Lest I be charged of promoting or condoning software piracy, I immediately made this post to emphasize that using genuine and/or legal software in an i-café is a must if the owner wants to operate his shop legally.
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To the uninitiated, an i-café is also called internet café, cybercafé, computer shop, lanshop, and kompyuteran in the Philippines. I-Café business seems to be the most preferred venture that Filipinos enter into nowadays. But, how does one goes ... read more
Increasing the entry barrier to the i-café industry is how I call it. Entry barrier can be better explained by citing an example like that of opening a drugstore business. Not just anybody can open a drugstore (botika) ... read more
Much has been said about the current low rate of i-café rentals. Nowadays, P15/hr seems to the average in many areas although P10/hr and even lower can also be found. Some owners believe they still make money at ... read more
There is a culture among us that subscribes to “seeing before believing” and “joining a bandwagon” rolled into one. This copycat style of doing business among us gave rise to some successes but many failures for those who ... read more
I created this blog without really checking if there’s already an identical one anywhere running on the same subject. I know there’s a lot of of forums discussing the ins and outs, past and present status of the ... read more