Paano magsimula ng meat shop business o pagbenta ng karne? Tips at gabay sa pagtayo

Michelle Ang
is a Businesswoman in Hong Kong

Mga Gabay sa Pagbukas at pagtayo ng Meat Shop



Magandang business ang pagbubukas ng isang meat shop kung maganda ang location na nakuha mo. Ang karne ay hindi nawawala sa isa sa mga basic na pagkain na kinokonsumo ng mga tao araw-araw. Napagalaman na hindi lang mga Pilipino ang mahihilig kumain ng karne; may mga karatig bansa din na nag-iimport ng ating meat products.

Small businesses must be resourceful to survive. With smaller budgets, big ideas need to be as proactive as they are cost-efficient, taking into account everything from consistent industry changes, cash flow, customer needs and the unexpected challenges you never saw coming. Multitasking to keep up with the big guys on a fraction of the budget is why small businesses have become notorious for bootstrapping (using existing resources or with as little capital as possible to solve problems), and being creative about their approach to staying competitive.

Demand


Patok na patok na business ngayon ang pagbebenta ng karne. Karaniwang nagluluto ang mga tao para sa isang reunion o pagsasalosalo, fiesta, graduation, kaarawan, pasko, at madami pang iba. Karamihan sa mga okasyon ay pinaghahandaan ng mga Pilipino. At nakaugalian na din natin ang kumain ng karne halos araw-araw. Ang mga sikat na luto ng mga Pilipino ay kadalasan may pangunahing sangkap na karne tulad ng adobo, kare-kare at sinigang. Practical na business ang meat shop sa kadahilanang araw-araw ay may mga customers na lalapit sa iyo at araw-araw kang kikita. Pwede kang magpuwesto ng meat shop sa maliit na commercial space sa inyong lugar o kahit sa palengke, kung saan marami pumupunta na mamimili araw-araw.


Investment costs o puhunan


Mas madali ang pagbebenta ng karne kung may mga kagamitan ka na makakatulong sa iyo. Ang mga kagamitan ang magiging investment mo sa ganitong klase ng business. Ang mga halimbawa nito ay ang meat cutter/slicer na nasa 14,000 – 20,000 pesos, depende kung ito ay brand new o second hand, isa pang kakailangan ay ang meat grinder na nasa 6,000 pesos to 8,000 pesos naman. Ang mga freezer ay nagkakahalaga ng 8,000 pesos hanggang 80,000 pesos, depende naman ito sa laki and sa brand. Kung hindi pa kaya ng budget, maaring hindi muna bumili ng mga brand new na kagamitan o kung papalarin ay maaaring kausapin ang supplier na ang karneng ibibigay sa iyo upang ibenta ay pre-cut na. Isa naman sa mga hindi dapat mawala sa iyong tindahan ang weighing scale o timbangan. Makakabili ka nito sa halagang 750 pesos pataas. Maaaring ka nang magsimula sa 20 kilo na manok at 20 kilo na baboy o pork. Sabihin na natin makukuha mo ng 95 pesos per kilo ang manok at 105 per kilo naman ang pork, ang puhunan mo sa pagbili ng karne ay 3,900 pesos. May mga supplier ngayon ang pumapayag na utangin muna ang karneng nakuha sakanila at babayaran din ito bago matapos ang araw. Magandang magkaroon ng magandang komunikasyon sa iyong supplier upang maiwasan ang hindi pagkakaintindihan.


Regulations/Laws


Mahalagang maintindihan ang mga ipinapatupad na mga regulations sa Meat Inspection Code of the Philippines Republic Act 9296. Siguraduhing may accreditation certificate or registration certificate sa National Meat Inspection Commission (DA-NMIC) ang iyong supplier. Ang iyong business ay kailangang kuhanan ng Mayor’s or Business permit sa City Hall, or sa inyong city government office. Isa pa sa mga kinakailangan para sa mga bagong business ay ang DTI Registration, para sa karagdagan impormasyon, pumunta sa pinakamalapit na DTI office o maaari ding mag register sa www.bnrs.dti.gov.ph.


Profit/ Kita


Malaki at stable ang kita sa pagbebenta ng karne. Kung maibebenta ang bawat kilo ng manok sa halagang 110 pesos na nakuha mo lamang sa halagang 90 pesos per kilo, may kikitain ka na 400 pesos. Kung ang pork naman ay maibebente ng 120 pesos per kilo, na nakuha mo lamang sa 105 pesos per kilo, kikita ka ng 300 pesos. Mayroon kang 700 pesos sa isang araw at 21,000 pesos sa isang buwan. Sabihin na nating nasa 3,500 pesos ang renta sa iyong pwesto, 500 pesos sa kuryente at 150 pesos naman sa tubig, may matitira pa sa iyo na 16,850 pesos sa isang buwan.


Marketing/Advertising


Hindi karaniwan sa mga meat shops ang flyers or promo ads. Ang mahalagang panatiliin ay ang magandang customer service. Pakinggan ang mga customers sa kanilang kailangan at ibigay ito. Importanteng iwasan ang pagkakamali sa pagbibigay ng mga produkto at magbigay ng diskwento kung kakayanin pa ng budget. Malakas ang benta ng karne ngunit malakas din ang kumpetisyon. Maaaring mawalan ng customer at lumipat ito sa ibang shop kapag hindi natuwa sa iyong serbisyo. Importante ding panatiliing maganda ang kalidad ng mga produktong ibebenta. Sa ganitong paraan, madaragdagan ang matutuwa at tatangkilik sa iyong mga paninda.

Forty-five percent of small business owners said they are worried about looking for new customers, making it their number one overall concern. Small business owners today mention customer attraction and retention as two of their most pressing concerns, but many set aside minimal budgets for marketing. In fact, 25 percent of small business owners report that they don’t spend any money on marketing

Don't do it alone. You need a support system while you are starting a business (and later on). A family member or friend that you can bounce ideas off and who will listen sympathetically to the latest business start-up crisis is invaluable. Even better, find a mentor. Good mentors will make your dreams achievable more quickly. The best mentors are those who have done what you are trying to accomplish before, successfully, and who are helping you for friendship or self-fulfilment reasons. They may be formal Board of Advisor or Director members, friends, colleagues, or interested peers.

Work out. Exercise. Be fit. The stress you are going through is probably the highest you have experienced in your life, and if you don’t work out now, your ability to be at your best will start to fall, quickly. Take a break at lunch and do 30 push-ups, 30 sit-ups, and 30 jumping jacks daily. Work your way up to a solid 20-40 minutes of exercise daily.

Set deadlines and goals for yourself and adhere to them. Determine your goals for your business, write them down and give them to a trusted friend with a date set for 5 months or a year from then to review them with you. On a daily basis, set your goals for the day and at the end of the day review them.

Do what you love. You're going to devote a lot of time and energy to starting a business and building it into a successful enterprise, so it's really important that you truly deeply enjoy what you do, whether it be running fishing charters, creating pottery or providing financial advice.

Don't wait until you've officially started your business to line these up, because your business can't survive without them. Do the networking. Make the contacts. Sell or even give away your products or services. You can't start marketing too soon.


While the journey of every company from start-up to success is different, there are some steps that every business must go through. Buy into your own vision and don’t waiver it just for a pay check. You know your vision better than anyone else, and if you lose sight of it, the world will too. Build the best product you can, and make sure it has long-term value.

 

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Irvin Parcon
is in the Philippines
Good Day! nagbabalak po ako mag simula ng meat shop pero hindi ko po alam kung saan ako makakakuha ng mas magandang deal para sa supply ng karne. Sa ngayon po ay 200 na per kilo ang presyo ng bentahan sa palengke at ayos sa mga nakausap ko na pwedeng magsupply sa akin ng karne ay ibibigay daw sa akin ng 180 per kilo. Ano po ang maipapayo nyo sa akin? Maghahanap pa po ba ako ng iba pang supplier o mas mabuti po ba na bumili na lang ako ng buhay na baboy at ako na lang po ang magpakatay sa slaughter house sa bayan namin? salamat po.
AMV Meatshop
is in the Philippines
Im a meat supplier txt me 09064730767
Benz Bughao
is in the Philippines
hi good day, i just to start meat shop in my area, peru di ko alam kong
magkano ba ang kailang investment lahat to start meatshop. any one help me.

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