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Condura Guide To Starting Your Own Business

Step 1

Plan Your Business

Make your “negosyo” feasible and functional in the long run by
planning it properly.

  • Spot your potential clientele
  • Identify their needs that your enterprise can address
  • Determine your firm’s requirements, including the capital, taxes,
    license, and receipts

Step 2

Supplier  Sourcing

A reliable supplier can lessen the possible lossof earnings through these best practices:

  • Providing excellent-quality goods
  • Offering reasonable prices
  • Delivering orders on time

Step 3

Register Your Business

Avoid legal issues that can disrupt your operations byfollowing government requirements for businesses.

  • Business Registration – DTI (sole proprietorship),
    SEC (partnership and corporation), and CDA (cooperatives)
  • Mayor’s Permit
  • Municipal License
  • SSS, BIR, and DOLE filings

Step 4

Finance Your Business

Handling your finances wisely guarantees your “negosyo’s” survival.

  • Minimize expenses
  • Keep business and personal funds separate
  • Avoid credit with high interest rates

Step 5

Sustainability of Business

Appropriately manage your “negosyo’s” operationsto ensure its longevity.

  • Set measurable business goals
  • Keep your enterprise’s activities aligned with its objectives
  • Carefully monitor your income and expenditures

Step 6

Business Expansion

Visualize how your “negosyo” will be in the succeeding years.

  • Determine the steps you will take to achieve
    the future you envisioned for it
  • Improve your existing products and services
  • Plan for new goods and services

Guide To Business Registration

Sole Proprietorship

Business Name Registration Certificate
Where: The DTI Provincial Office where the business is located.
You can likewise log on to https://bnrs.dti.gov.ph/.
Validity: 5 years

Partnership & Corporation

Register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

  • SEC Registration Certificate
  • Where: Ground Floor, Secretariat Building, PICC Complex,
  • Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
  • Tel. Nos.: (02) 8818-9225/8818-0763 (Corporate and Partnership
  • Registration Division)
  • Email: imessagemo@sec.gov.ph
  • Website: www.sec.gov.ph/ or https://crs.sec.gov.ph/
  • (for online company registration)
  • Validity: 50 years

Cooperative

Register with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)

  • CDA Registration Certificate
  • Where: 827 Aurora Boulevard, Service Road, Barangay Immaculate
  • Conception, Cubao, Quezon City
  • Tel No.: (02) 8725-5510 (Registration Division)
  • Email: helpdesk@cda.gov.ph
  • Website: www.cda.gov.ph/

Other Registration Requests

  1. Register with the Municipality
    • Mayor’s Permit
    • Where: The municipality or city where the business is located
    • Validity: 1 year
  2. Register with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR)
    • Employer’s Tax Identification Number (TIN)
    • Where: The BIR Regional Office where the business is located. You
    • can also go to the BIR Revenue District Office.
    • BIR National Office Trunklines: (02) 8981-7000/8929-7676
    • Email: contact_us@bir.gov.ph
    • Website: www.bir.gov.ph
    • Validity: 1 year
  3. Register with SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG at a Philippine Business Registry kiosk.

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