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Postby khorhc » Wed, 21 Mar 2007 4:25 pm

Hi Wumingju,

I have a Mani /Pediure setup are you interested.

To my view Mani /Pediure business is the same like others business.

In business you must have Passion , Vission , Creation and must take Action .
Should have a Sharing , Caring and Helping Heart.
Last ofcouse Commitment and a Never Say Die Mindset.

If you are interested to commit in Mani/Pedicure business you can ride on.

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John

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Postby wumingju » Thu, 22 Mar 2007 10:02 am

Hi John

Btw, Where is e location ? Are you looking into partnership or ? Thx. :D

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Postby khorhc » Tue, 27 Mar 2007 5:50 pm

Hi Wum,

I accept any option . Interested you may email me @ khorhc@singnet.com.sg

Cause i have other commitment.


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John

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marketting

Postby FastCashh » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 10:21 am

how would u market your pedicure biz, promotions.

in my opinion, the cost friendly would be leaflets & promo's. like those beauty centres. like 1st timers 50% off. when u get customers coming would be customer service to keep them coming back.

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Re: marketting

Postby FastCashh » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 10:24 am

FastCashh wrote:how would u market your pedicure biz, promotions.




in my opinion, the cost friendly would be leaflets & promo's.promo banners like those beauty centres. like 1st timers 50% off. when u get customers coming ,good customer service to keep them coming back.

praise your customers, we all love to be praised. i seldom see praises in beauty outlets nowadays and be honest if u not done a good job.

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Postby khorhc » Fri, 30 Mar 2007 11:47 am

Hi,

In what veiw do you mean by praised customers, there are many ways.

I start my first mani/ pedi in a HDB shop estate, you know in HDB everyone will think auntie and local market. I start to give 30% off to all customers for 3 month. Responds are good , busy but can't cover pay.

After 3 month back to the normal prices not so busy but earn little more.

I give good service, friendly and good skill to praise my customers and they treat me the same my customers are from all estate now and by now is the thirth year of my business i don't say i earn big money, but i can still run on easily.

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Stuff

Postby Gamey » Tue, 03 Apr 2007 1:35 am

If u are interested to setup a manicure shop, you can get some supply from me.

PM me for info

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Postby porsche2121 » Mon, 14 May 2007 8:22 pm

hi chix, where r u taking courses for mani/pedi?
im interested too![/quote]

I just finished learning basic mani/pedi @ $300 only for 5 days. I also get the basic products I need plus I get certificate when i finish. I have checked out other places & this is the cheapest I found. Its also 1 to 1 teaching. The trainer is also kind and friendly. My sis went to another place to learn and more expensive and so many girls in a class. If you are interested, let me know. I can give details.

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Postby porsche2121 » Thu, 17 May 2007 9:14 am

porsche2121 wrote:hi chix, where r u taking courses for mani/pedi?
im interested too!


I just finished learning basic mani/pedi @ $300 only for 5 days. I also get the basic products I need plus I get certificate when i finish. I have checked out other places & this is the cheapest I found. Its also 1 to 1 teaching. The trainer is also kind and friendly. My sis went to another place to learn and more expensive and so many girls in a class. If you are interested, let me know. I can give details.[/quote]

Hi tammyt

Sori couldnt reply you via pm cus "i don't have enough posts to do it?".Me no understand cus me very new to this thingy. Anyway, hope it is ok to put the details here for the nail course. You can call this no 91541764 to know more. Hope this helps. Sorry again for unable to pm you.

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 17 May 2007 10:11 am

porsche2121,

You need 5 posts before your PM becomes activated (send function). This is to try to prevent spammers so post some more? :wink:

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Postby khorhc » Thu, 07 Jun 2007 7:28 pm

Please advertise items for sale in the classifieds section of this site. It's free.

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Postby chixchix » Thu, 07 Jun 2007 7:40 pm

Hey Porsche where did you learn the course ??


TammyT ,have you opened your nail salon ? lemme know if you have then I can come do my nails too.. :)
Always have a smile on that face!

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Postby porsche2121 » Mon, 11 Jun 2007 5:17 pm

[quote="chixchix"]Hey Porsche where did you learn the course ??

I took the course at NiNi's Nail Studio. Add: 60B Boat Quay. Can try...now my friend is taking it and she just finished 3 days ago...now she is looking for a job as part-time manicurist to gain experience. Not a bad way to invest your time and money, dont you think?


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