I love what I do with the latest technology. Way back when we were still residing in Davao, my clients used to be kiosk or shop owners inside the mall while I was doing my window shopping. Jobs ranges from simple receipts layout to complex personalized calling cards.
Doing home jobs might as well surprised one because this requires a bit of research. Knowing exactly what your customer wants is paramount to having top quality output. Aside from checking where to get cheap materials for your job order, basic info such as quantity, size, how many color to use, what type of materials,etc. are very crucial information in determining how much to charge for each job.
Just recently we were able to close deal with ND Arakan for their PVC School I.Ds. Guess what? It surprised me because the cost of the new PVC printer costs something like P80,000.. It pays really to be resourceful since we were able to find "counterpart idea" on how to print PVC id's using the ordinary deskjet printers that we have at home. We don't even need to buy the PVC printer on that amount and thanks to G-Match people who shared their trade secrets. They showed us how to equally make them perfectly with the use of PVC and coated film sheets. This is our first output using PVC ID Card Making Kit - Inkjet Printer and precisely, I bet, this is what our customers want with their PVC id's...
|The pvc ID printed using an inkjet printer (also comes with free ID Card Holder)|
|We made the sling as well to maximize profit|