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:: FRANCHISING ::
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:: Franchising Process ::


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:: Procedure For Opening Water Refilling Station ::

HOW TO OPEN A WATER STORE?

Before you proceed, please be advised that you will need approximately 150 customers to cover your monthly operating expenses and an additional 50 customers if you are repaying a business loan.

Realistically, a retail water store will need time to build customer base. Depending on your location, you might have to be prepared to support the operation from your own pocket anywhere from one to two months, at the very least.


1) First, you need to choose a location and go through the leasing process. As in most business ventures remember, location, location, and location. It is very important to your success. If you are looking at "new shopping plaza" - the lease negotiation might take from 3-6 months from the time of your request. Also consider that with "new shopping plaza", the leasehold improvements expenses will be higher than normal.

2) When you sign your lease, check your phone book and visit an existing Water Stores. Talk to different owners about the business. This will give you an idea if you seriously want to own a water store. At this time, you may consider many different designs for your store. Water Station will help you with a floor plan and give you step-by-step instructions on what you need to do to get your store ready.

3) You will need mechanical drawings for your leasehold improvements. Make sure you find someone who can provide you with the drawings, Water Station will only provide you with a store layout - which the mechanical drawings will be based on. Most landlords need to approve the mechanical drawings, check with your landlord before proceeding.

There are times when the business owner negotiates free rent and it is important that you take advantage of this period and get your doors opened as soon as possible. There are leasehold improvements that need to be done such as electrical, plumbing for water lines and floor sinks along with an equipment room, finished ceilings, flooring and walls. We will give you step-by-step instructions on what needs to be done.

4) While you are waiting for your lease to finalize, check with your city's building department what kind of building permits do you need. This will speed up the process since building permit issuance normally takes 2-4 weeks. Please be advised that outside store signage also requires a building permit and requires a separate application to the city. Your landlord will need to approve the signage before you can apply for a city permit.

5) Once your building permit is issued, this is the time to order your equipments to us. 50% of the payments are normally due upon placing the order and the remaining 50% upon installation (for cash payment). We believe that you can probably have your store opened in four to six weeks from the time you start your leasehold constructions.

6) Once you are ready for the equipment, we will do the installation and start up process for you.

7) Water testing may be required by your local health officials.

8) Posters to hang around the store are also important. This is a part of your marketing materials.

9) We can discuss marketing and sales promotion while you are waiting for the construction and installation to be completed.

10) Inventory should be ordered 2 weeks before your opening date. It is important to do it early just in case the supplier does not have them on stock.

11) Outside store signage must be installed before opening your store.

12) Congratulations!! You are now open for business.

 
 

:: Business Permit List Of Requirements ::

DTI

1. Authorization Letter For The Representative
2. Franchise Letter Of Consent (if franchise)
3. Xerox Copy Of Any Valid I.D.’S Of Representative and Owner
(SSS, TIN, Voter’s, Passport, Drivers License)
4. Payment For The Business
5. Filled-up DTI form

MAYORS

1. DTI
2. Barangay (for Business Permit)
3. Cedula
4. Contract Of Lease
5. Authorization For The Representative
6. Payment For Mayor’s Permit
7. Fire Inspection Certificate
8. Environmental Certificate
9. Sanitary Permit
        a. Medical Certification of 2 Personnel
        b. Water test (Bacteriological Test & Physicochemical Test)
10. Filled-up application form

BIR

1. DTI
2. Mayors Permit
3. Authorization For The Representative
4. Payment For BIR Registration


NOTE :

*Different localities have different requirements, knowing the requirement of your Municipalities, this will speed up the process.

*Receipt / Stickers (As Per Required Quantity)

 

 

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