TLRC Programs for Home Businesses

Thou shall not live by bread alone but bread is good business! This was proven by enterprising Filipinos who ventured into the bakery business through the home business programs of TLRC or Technology and Livelihood Resource Center.

Food Is Money

Food is money and this was proved by an enterprising Filipina who ventured into a home business: food catering. Anybody can start small in this kind of business as long as you have enough capital and good contacts for your first clients.

Making A Dormitory as Home Business

A home business can start with an idle space yearning for occupancy. You can turn it into a dormitory for transient occupants like what Illac Diaz did with Corte Real in Intramuros. Now it’s the country’s first dormitory for seafarers.

There’s Money In Wax

Candle-making is hard work but there are secrets to it to become a successful home business. You can compete with other candle-makers in terms of price and design. You can even opt for decorative and scented candles.

Seeing Green: Money in Paints

You’ll definitely see the color of money when you venture into a paint supply business. That’s what happened to an enterprising woman who quit her job in banking to pursue her own home business. It also helps to focus on one line of products.

Start a Bubbling Home Business

Once you get an itch to start a soap-making business, you just have to decide, pool your resources and get into it. There are organizations like the Technology and Livelihood Resource Center that can help you jumpstart your home business. Once you’re on the road, never look back.

There is Money in Hair

A barber shop may not be as unique or creative as other home business ventures but it is without a doubt, a money-maker. All you need is creativity and hard work. Yes, there is money in hair… hair-cutting that is.