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RE: Join the Paints Millionaires in Nigeria! October 15, 2013

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Why invest in paints?
Paints are liquids that solidify when exposed to air and are used to cover surfaces for decorative and protective reasons .It is formed by mixing a pigment ( The substance that provide the color ) and a binder ,a fluid vehicle such as Linseed Oil that solidifies when exposed to air.
It is used to describe some combinations of substances that consist of a pigment suspended in a liquid or paste vehicle such as oil or water.
Paints are products of great economic importance when one consider its primordial and present usage and applications.
It was used first used by the Egyptians and Hebrews as protective coatings for their ships but now its uses transverse several areas of industrial and personal terrain-
-Paints are still being used in protecting several objects and items such as brick, steel, wood, etc.
-Paints are being used as decorative medium in several parts of human existence such as our homes, offices, kitchens, car, surfaces, plastics, clothes, etc.
-Paints are also being used as beatifications for humans as seen in lipsticks, face masks, body covers, and nail paints.
-Paints are being used by our Artists, Sculptors, and Printers to beautify their work of Arts.
-Paints are being used in corrective measures as seen in the paints used to fill blank spaces on walls, woods, iron and steel, tiles etc.
-Paints are being used to prevent decaying, peeling and rusting of steel and metals in underwater environment as seen in submarines, marine missiles, ships anchorage etc.
-Paint has regenerative ability and quality as it can turn new all old surfaces and bring out their beauty and lead to a better valuation of the objects.
-Paintings not only give our homes and offices facelifts but also give our faces social uplift as seen in the positive image it gives when we paints our homes and offices especially during festival periods and occasional social activities such as official launching and commissioning, inspections, naming ceremonies, club visits, parties and other social gatherings.
However, the most widely acclaimed application of paints in human life is the personal use of paints in our and homes, offices and factories and this is where industrial production of paints is concentrated.

In Nigeria, millions of buildings need painting or facelifts and the market is increasing on a daily basis as the housing stock of Nigeria increases due to the efforts of the Federal ,State and other multilateral agencies in increasing the housing stock of Nigeria that is about 50m units below millennium target!
As the fortunes of Nigeria increase and by extension that of her citizen, individual houses are going to be developed by corporate and professional estate managers as visible along Mowe/Ibafo ,Lekki-Ajah AREAS of Lagos. Other Areas are following such as Ikorodu, Epe, Agege and Agbado Areas.
All of them are going to require paints and painting and other associated services such as painters, chemical dealers, rollers and brushes sellers, food sellers on construction sites, etc. and this bring to the front burner the multiplier effects of investments in paints and related products and services.
The economic activities in paints and painting are bringing millions of naira into the pockets of millions of Nigerians who are able and willing to invest their money in Paint production ,these opportunities are not going to stop now or in future as humans would always crave for the protections, decorations, renewals, facelifts that paints and painting bring to us.
The raw materials for paint production are available in Nigeria, in various markets in Lagos, Onitsha, Kano and Aba.
In fact, 80% of the materials are locally available and with only 20% shortfall being filled by importation, the opportunities for amassing fortunes in paints production is endless!!!
You are all invited to become a Professional Paints Maker and JOIN the club of the MILLIONAIRES in NIGERIA!
Take advantage position NOW by ORDERING a soft copy of the INTRODUCTORY REPORT ON PAINTS PRODUCTION by following the STEPS below-
1. Pay a sum of N5000 into A/C 3060602579 with FBN Jibowu Yaba Br ifo. JIMOH TAIWO ALABI.
2. Text the amount paid ,teller reference, date of payment and the Title of the report to 08082619232,08184932156 or to email address jtaconsult2012co@yahoo.com.
3. Hurry and be among the ( 1 – 50 ) buyers to enjoy a discount of N2000 as Easter bonanza and gift of 67 free topical eBooks from various authors.
4. You will also get a further discount of N5000 on our practical seminar on paints production slated for June  2014.
All the above are Easter month bonanza and expire at the end of the month and I am sure you are going to gain much more than your naira`s worth as it contained-
1. A complete laboratory accessories listings in Excel format.
2. A complete colour formulations in Excel format
3. A complete formulation guides which have been kept secret for long by professional paint makers.

HURRY ! HURRY!! HURRY!!! 2 take advantage of the easter bonanza and join the exclusive  paints millionaires club in Nigeria….

Thank You all as your patronage is our motivation.
Taiye Alabi April 05, 2014.

jtaconsulting ,
Lagos,Nigeria.

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Introduction to money in shopping bags biz December 20, 2014

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Packaging of products for take home is as old as humanity and with the discovery of POLYTHENE as a packaging material , it has been a case of the rise and rise of Polythene in the production of packaging materials.
Investment in Polythene is in low and high density raw materials e.g. LDPE, HDPE,
The production equipment needed is nylon extruder machine that is available in the country at affordable price.
The cost of establishing shopping bags manufacturing factory are between N1.4m for a big plant producing as many as 20000 pieces of nylon per day in ( 8 ) hours and N250,000 for a mini Plant that produces 5000 pieces in ( 8 )hours per day.
Investment in Polythene based shopping bags in Nigeria is very profitable for the following number of reasons—
1. Nigeria population is in excess of 150m and therefore presents a huge market for any product, shopping bags inclusive.
2. Production activities in Nigeria are on a very high scale with a GDP of $300b per year and products from these factories are package in nylon for customers cart away.
3. Agricultural activities in the country is also high and most the farm Produce are sold in the open market and packaged in nylon shopping bags e.g. Oranges, Ground nuts, Corn, vegetables , Garri, Plantain, Banana, etc.
4. They are very affordable to the generality of the people as they sold between N10 – N50 depending on their sizes, thickness and value addition such as branding and Graphics.
5. They are very light in weight and this is one of the main attractions of Polythene based shopping bags.
6. Nylon shopping bags are easily disposable by burning and do not constitute any environmental challenges to the neighbors and the people.
7. They are recyclable in a recycling plant and so resolve the fundamental challenges of availability of raw materials.
8. They also reusable at home as a cost cutting culture and thriftiness.
9. The raw materials for the production of nylon shopping bags are available in Nigeria Petrochemicals Plants in Kaduna, Warri, Port Harcourt, Eleme etc.
10. Nigeria has growing population demography and so the demand for these bags will be always on the increase.
In fact ,statistic gotten as far back as 2010 put the sale of shopping bags in Nigeria at 7 million pieces per day and producers of these low priced shopping bags are making as high as N500,000 per month .

Thank You and God bless you all
Taiye Alabi
Lagos,Nigeria
08184932156 OR email@jtaconsult2012co@yahoo.com
PLS, contact the above for logistic supports and finders service.

Introduction to money in Video coverage biz December 20, 2014

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Video Recording is the process of recording images electronically and the (2) basic technologies are:
-Analog
-Digital
Analog recording translates an electronic image directly into varying patterns of magnetized metallic compounds on magnetic tape or disc, digital recording first processes an image electronically into information in the form of 1s and 0s:
The information may then be stored on a computer hard drive, on magnetic tape, or as a microscopic pattern on a plastic disc such as a DVD. High-definition versions of digital video (HDTV) recording are now widely used for professional television production. Video recording can be done for broadcasting, playback, editing, webcasting, or archiving.
The techniques used to record images in various video formats share some similarities with those used to record sound, and images and sound are usually recorded simultaneously for video recordings.
The production of video recordings also retains some general features found in motion pictures and still photography that use photographic film to record images photo-chemically.
Initial recording of a video image requires some form of video camera or a computer program that generates and records images.
A video signal can be recorded with an analog or digital device that receives the signal by antenna, through a cable, from a satellite receiver, or from a direct link to a video camera.
Video recordings typically are viewed with a television screen or a computer monitor. They may also be watched on a personal media device. Video images can also be projected onto a larger surface such as a movie screen. Videotape recorder/playback systems for home use are usually connected directly to a television receiver.
Unlike motion picture film, a video recording does not require processing, and so it may be played back immediately. This makes possible the so-called instant replay common to televised sporting events.
A wide variety of video recording formats exist. Most analog recording formats have become obsolete with increasing adoption of digital formats and technology. Digital recording has many advantages over analog recording. In principle, data in digital form can be copied or edited without losing information.
The data can also be easily manipulated with computer programs to alter images, add effects, or adjust color or brightness. By contrast, copying and editing analog video by rerecording degrades the signal.
However, when digital recordings are compressed some original data is deliberately left out. Compression makes the data easier to store, to send, or to view. Digital signals are much less affected by interference from outside radio or microwave sources.
TYPES OF VIDEO RECORDINGS
PROFESSIONAL RECORDING-
Professional video recording that uses high-quality cameras and recording equipment is done for commercial and educational television production, for television advertising, and for motion-picture production. In addition, professional video recordings and broadcasts may be used within corporations or organizations. Large markets also exist for “direct to video” or “direct to DVD” products that are intended for home viewing only and are not distributed to theaters or for broadcast.
Home video recording of television broadcasts is typically done with a videocassette recorder (VCR), a DVD recorder, or a digital video recorder (DVR).
These devices can receive signals provided by antenna, by satellite dish, or by cable. Special devices may be needed to convert a digital signal into an analog signal for recording on a VCR, however.
DVD recorders and DVRs designed for standard video signals can only record high-definition video signals (HDTV) as standard video signals; special high-definition DVD recorders and DVRs are needed to record in HDTV. VCRs and DVD recorders can also record or copy from other sources such as home video cameras, video players, or files on computers.
DVRs have computer hard drives that can store many more hours of broadcast material than individual videocassettes or DVDs can. Some DVD recorders also have hard drives to record video material. A personal computer can record video material onto its hard drive with a special video capture card.
Portable video cameras and personal computers permit people to make and edit video recordings at home. Video recordings can also be created with digital video features on cell phones, digital cameras, and other portable personal devices.
Several digital video formats have been developed to produce, transmit, and view video recordings on personal computers and over the Internet. Webcasting and podcasting technology mean that video recordings from virtually any source can be available through a computer connected to the Internet, either for downloading or for immediate viewing using streaming video (video sent as small digital packets of data).
Web sites that allow individuals to post home videos and other video material have become very popular. However, unauthorized use of copyrighted material has led to some restrictions.
Television broadcasting over the Internet, known as Internet protocol television (IPTV), is also available. IPTV allows users to select programs for viewing on request, making “time shifting” video recording unnecessary.
HOME RECORDING-
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Home video recording became possible in the late 1970s with the introduction of the videocassette recorder (VCR). The device could record video signals from an antenna, a coaxial cable, another VCR, or a video camera. Like the audiocassette introduced in the 1960s, the videocassette contained two rotating spools that allowed a standard length of plastic tape to be played, recorded on, stopped and started, and rewound. Unlike an audiocassette, a videocassette only played and recorded on one side of the tape. The plastic tape had a magnetic metal coating on the side that recorded. A videocassette tape could be played or recorded over many times, but could also wear out or break with excess use. Consumers could buy blank videocassettes for home recording and videocassettes with prerecorded content such as motion pictures. Different recording speeds allowed up to eight hours to be recorded on a videocassette.
Two incompatible formats of analog videotape were originally available: Sony’s Betamax and Victor Company of Japan’s (JVC) Video Home System (VHS). The VHS format eventually became standard for the home video market, in part because VHS tapes were the first to allow two-hour recordings and could hold a full motion picture. Although Betamax failed in the home market, the format (especially as Beta cam SP) was widely used for professional video recording. The VHS format remained popular for home video viewing and recording into the 1990s. A major market developed for prerecorded video cassettes of motion pictures and other video entertainment, often rented rather than purchased. Users could program a VCR to record television programs at the time they were broadcast for later playback and viewing, a practice called “time shifting.” Home video cameras (camcorders) were introduced in the 1980s. A number of incompatible formats were developed with different size tapes.
A small market developed in the 1980s and 1990s for high-quality video on a format called laserdisc (LD) or videodisc. A laserdisc was a double-sided disc about the size of a 12-in vinyl record. In this system the original video signals were encoded as tiny elliptical depressions in the surface of the disc. The information was arranged in a single long spiral that was read with a laser. The electronic signals were played back using analog technology. Laserdiscs could only play content created by the manufacturer and could not be used to record new material. However, laserdiscs could contain extra material such as commentary and foreign language sound tracks, as well as easy access to particular scenes.
The introduction of the DVD or digital versatile disc (originally called a digital video disc) in 1997 allowed consumers to enjoy high-quality video and sound along with the extra features possible with laserdiscs, but on a disc the size of an audio compact disc (CD). Like laserdiscs, DVDs are read by a laser, but technology such as digital compression and double layers of recorded data allows DVDs to hold large amounts of information in less space. Importantly, recordable DVD technology permitted consumers to easily make high-quality video recordings or copies. The popularity of the DVD format helped bring down the price of players and recorders. High-definition DVDs designed for viewing with HDTV equipment were developed in the early 2000s. However, players, recorders, and discs for the high-definition format were more expensive than those for standard DVDs.
The digital video recorder (DVR) was introduced in 1999 and allowed television broadcasts (typically from cable or satellite television) to be recorded onto a hard drive. The hard drive could hold more hours of programming than a VCR or DVD recorder. DVR subscription services connected to the Internet such as TiVo let viewers more easily record large numbers of television programs for later viewing. In addition, DVRs permitted viewers to automatically skip commercials and to pause or rewind live TV broadcasts. DVRs are now provided by some cable or satellite television services. Combined DVRs and DVD recorders allow users to easily make copies of programs recorded on the hard drive.
While the act of recording is very visible, all other supportive activities are invisible as they are done in the private dark room of the recording artist.
The activities start from soliciting for client’s job, hiring of camera, purchase of tapes and getting the actual date of events and finally actual recording.
After the recording, the activity shift to post-recording or what in professional parlance is called POST –PRODUCTION.

POST- PRODUCTION ACTIVITIES
These are the activities done after the recording of the events in tape. It involves editing, creation of complete sound track, and addition of optical effects and are handled by studio Artists, sound engineers, Visual and Graphic Artists.
Post-production begins with the completion of filming and continues until the project is delivered to the clients for viewing. The two main activities of post-production are the editing, or assembling, of video footage and the creation of a complete sound track.
Editing may begin during production. In single-camera shoots, the film from each day is reviewed at a later time by the director, producer, and network in the order in which it was shot. These films, called dailies, are then broken down and assembled into scenes by the editors. The first full assemblage is shown to the director, who makes further editing changes and creates the director’s cut. Thereafter, the producer and the network make changes until a final cut is created.
The final cut is given to the sound department, which is responsible for preparing the music tracks, or recordings; sound effects; and dialogue tracks for final combination into one track. The final mixing of all the sound is called dubbing. During this period, the sound engineers will spot the music—that is, select the points at which music will be inserted—and musicians will write and record the music. Sound engineers also adjust dialogue recording for production quality and record new or replacement dialogue in a process called looping. Sound effects are also added at this time. The resulting dubbing session, which can take several days for a movie or just a few hours for a multiple camera tape production, can involve the combination of 5 to 25 separate sound tracks.
The final stage of post-production is the addition of optical effects, such as scene fade-outs or dissolves, insertion of titles and credits; creation of special visual effects, such as animations; and color correction.
The post-production process can take as long as eight weeks for a movie to three days for a situation comedy. Commonly, all optical effects, titles, and music are rolled in during the production of soap operas, game shows, or talk shows—greatly reducing post-production.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN VIDEO COVERAGE
Video coverage is very popular in Nigeria, especially in Lagos where millions of people organize several events many of which need to be kept as memorable events for life.
The following events are among such events –
1. Weddings
Many would agree with me that wedding is the most memorable events among them as couples would keep the Tape, CDs/VCDs to show those who missed the wedding and even show their yet-to-be children the kind of wedding their parents organized and for women it is a memorable occasion of GREAT JOY that must be kept forever.
2. Burials
To organize a befitting departure party for our beloved parents and family members is a very passionate and valued social norm, not only in Nigeria but the whole of Africa and even in some economically and politically advanced countries of the world.
This explain while in Yoruba land, a lot of money is committed to burial activities every year ,it is also noticeable in Igbo land where burial activities is on a very high scale especially among the wealthy ones.
3. Child naming ceremony
This is the naming of newly born child by the parents through the assistance of the religion institution and is favoured by both Christians and Muslims.
It is another memorable event of high importance after wedding.
4. Birth days
This is the celebration of the day of birth by the people worldwide .It occurs once in a calendar year and so form another memorable event that are recorded and kept for future viewing and reference.
5. Graduation/Convocation
One of the memorable events of our life is the day we graduate from primary schools, colleges, and universities and other higher institutions as all these events occur once in our lifetime.
6. Seminar / Conferences/Educational CDs
The video coverage business has seen unprecedented patronage from seminar, conference and training Organizers who now sell the VCDs as part of their training packages as it give them great advantage and economics of scale as it can be mass produced and distribute to several thousands of participants.
7. House warming ceremony
It is a joyous achievement for somebody to build a house in his or her lifetime and it is even now more joyous to open the house with fun fare recorded and to be kept for life as well.
This ceremony cuts across all the nooks and crannies of the country and across all religions.
8. Agreements can also be signed under the full glare of the camera in contemporary Nigeria as it can serve as evidence in the law court in case of any unforeseen circumstances.
9. Wills and their witnesses can be captured by the camera and presented to the concerned family members as the authentic wish of the departed soul.
This process has resolved a lot of issues and controversy in wills contest by people who took advantage of the power of the camera to present the truth.
10. Religious activities on Tape and VCDs
This is a very huge video coverage activity in the country going by the preponderant influence of religion in our life. Every end of week, especially Sunday and Friday, religious sermons are captured on tape and VCDs which are later sold tom members in the Churches and Mosques and even sold in the open market at a profit for GOD.
11. Annual events.
It is very valuable to clubs, organizations, alumni, and families who meet once in year to deliberate of some fundamental issues affecting them –e.g.
-End of year town and village meetings.
-August meetings among women in the East.
-Shareholders meetings
-Elections of new officers
-New yam festivals etc.
THE IMPORTANCE OF VIDEO COVERAGE
The importance of video coverage in our life is, and can never be said to be over emphasized as some important dates, events and activities in our sojourning history are capture live on tapes and VCDs that can be stored for life.
It among others advantages-
1. It brings the past to our present by the recorded events.
2. It shows us the truth in an unambiguous manner
3. It shows live recap of past events and social activities.
4. It brings to us our pasts in MOTION.
5. It allow people who did not witness an event, occasion and history the opportunity to see live what they would have missed for life.

MARKETING OF VIDEO COVERAGE BUSINESS
This business is almost perfect as it also has zero or very low marketing expenses as the business could be marketed by the Video recorder with his or her-
1. QUALITY SERVICE
Ensure you deliver quality work to your clients from soliciting to Tapes or VCDs .Your video display must be near perfect as in visuals, sound, on the screen texts and translations, colours etc.
2. PUNCTUALITY
Ensure you arrive on time at events location and ready with your camera, tapes or CD plates and do your work with dignity and humbleness of a hired labourer and deliver the completed work on time as well.
3. RELIABILITY
Ensure that you are reliable as a person and as a video events recorder by fulfilling all your engagement promises to your clients.
4. GOOD BARGAIN/PRICE
Ensure your charges are very reasonable, affordable, and competitive as you are bound to face stiff competition from other cameramen in your community.

5. INTEGRITY
Be a person of integrity by telling and upholding the truth at all times even if, it may not be profitable for you to do so.
WHY ENGAGE IN VIDEO COVERAGE BUSINESS?
There are several reasons WHY one should engage in video coverage business apart from the salient point of profitability-
1. Population growth in Nigeria makes the business a growing one and confer huge business opportunities on the investor, for instance, there are more than 20m people living in Lagos State alone and if 10% of the people patronize this business we are talking of about 2m potential customers.
In fact, in a recent research conducted in IFO LGA, in Ogun State, showed a greater percentage of patronage i.e. about 15%.
2. The social life and engagements of the people support this business as millions of people love attending parties as shown in every end of week activities of the people.
The parties attendants who are also potential customers cannot be estimated, they are in millions.
3. The residents of Lagos and other urban cities in Nigeria can afford to pay for this business as it is one of their social tax syndromes.
4. There are many Hotel and Guest houses in Lagos and other major cities in Nigeria that need the services of video coverage and are willing to pay.
5. It is more or a less a perfect or ideal business as it-
-Has very low staff costs
-Has no debts or very low
-Has very manageable expense profile
-Has less sleepless nights and challenges
These are reasons why you should engage in video coverage in the EMBER months to make some cool cash for yourself and eventually establish yourself as an events recorder of note in your community.
This may be the beginning of good fortunes for you as it may transform you from an event recorder to a movie/film video recorder/Director/Producer.
You are also eligible to partake in our follow –up practical training in the first week of December, 2013 at a discount rate of N2000 for buying this eBook NOW!!!
New participants shall pay N3000 plus another N1000 for buying the hard copy of the eBook at the venue.
In the follow-up practical training in December, you will learn-
1. How to edit video coverage contents
2. How to convert old video tapes to VCDs.
3. How to insert texts and translate other languages to English on the screen…
To take advantage of the above, Order for a soft copy of this (22 pages) report by paying N1500 into a/c 3081716774 FBN, Isolo Ind. branch .
Text your teller reference numbers, Names, and Amount paid to 08184932156 or email to jtaconsult2012co@yahoo.com or call taiwo.

Thank You and God bless you as you come
Taiye Alabi

Introduction to money in ice blocks biz December 20, 2014

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Nigeria is a country located on the tropic ,all countries on the tropic have tropical weather and climate.
Nigeria have tropical climate with sharp regional variances depending on Rainfall .
Nigeria is a zone where warm ,moist air from the Atlantic converges with hot,and dusty air from the sahara known locally as HARMATAN .
Nigeria climate hovers between dry and raining seasons.
Temperatures in Nigeria are high throughout the year, averaging 25-28 c.
Dry season in Nigeria starts from October –March while Raining season starts from April to September.

THE ICE BLOCKS MAKING BUSINESS
This is the business of freezing water below zero degree and into negative degrees to turn it into hard mold of block that are sold to people ,traders ,hawkers to make their products cold, chilled and appealing to buyers who want to nourish their body with cold, chilled water and drinks.
The ice blocks are purchased by vendors of flavored drinks, juices, water, bottled drinks, and food joints.
Their biggest bulk customers are the Organizers of weekend parties, meetings, weddings, and events planners and their biggest retail customers are the millions of workers, artisans, technicians, and traders who thronged the urban centers and cities every working day as evident in the cities of Lagos, Aba, Onitsha, Kano, and Abuja.

WHY INVESTING IN WATER FREEZING BUSINESS
-As exposed earlier on, Nigeria is located in the tropics which are characterized by climate swings between HOT and COLD seasons.
-There is so much traffic challenges in Nigerian cities, especially, Lagos,Aba,Onitsha,Kano that prompt the people to demand for cold ,chilled liquids.
-Erratic power supply from PHCN means that people at home will also buy cold and chilled drinks from elsewhere.
-Freezing protects and preserves the drinks, flavours , milk in these drinks.
-Freezing makes these drinks tastier and enjoyable.
-Cold and chilled drinks quench thirst faster than the ordinary.
-It is a business you can start with small capital and then nurture it to enviable status.
-It is a business you can start and do at home and then expand outside.
-It is an all year round business as our climate is averagely hot all the year.
THE MARKET FOR ICE BLOCKS
Critical analysis of the ice blocks making business over several years revealed the following positive conclusions-.
1. It has a wider market base span across all the lengths and breadth of the country with Lagos identified as the largest ice blocks market in Nigeria.
2. It is very profitable when one considers the demographic advantages of appealing to both the old, middle age, young and even infants. i. e for a range of ( 5-60 years ) which harbor more than 70% of the population of 150m Nigerians excluding immigrants and visitors.
3. It can be sold and consumed on the move, a sort of Traffic business and in Lagos substantial quantities are sold and consumed during the inevitable traffic gridlocks on our roads every day.
4. It can be sold in social gatherings, events, and parties.
5. It can be sold in our educational institutions such as primary schools, colleges, and higher Institutions.
6. It can be sold in various Government and private hospitals in the country.
7. It can be sold to neighborhood restaurants that have no capacity to invest in freezers and fridges.
8. It can be sold to millions of construction sites workers on their sites.
9. It can be sold to millions of 7/11 neighborhood stores and shops that have on freezers or fridges.
10. It can be sold to millions of homes without freezers or fridges or who are facing power supply challenges.
11. It can be sold in various churches and mosques especially during religious gatherings, crusades, harvests, worships etc.
12. It can be sold in various motor garages and parks to commuters and transport workers.

HOW TO SET UP ICE BLOCKS MOLDING COMPANY
The basic requirements for this business are –
-A shop/home/factory
-Deep freezers
-Commercial ice blocks molding machines
-A generator
-A car or bus for distribution and marketing
-Staff and manager if on a commercial scale.
THE FREEZING TECHNOLOGY
Ice blocks molding machines are available in the country in
( 2 ) broad categories of locally fabricated and imported ones.
Their molds are in ( 40 ) ( 60 ) ( 100 ) ( 120 ) ( 200 ) production capacities and it take minimum of 12 hours for molds to be solid for market entrance.

These machines produce (2) types of ice block molds
-DRY ICE which is done in NYLON
-ANTI-FREEZE ICE which is done in containers and assisted by some chemicals that hastens freezing: Be very careful as this type deepfreezes faster than dry ice in nylon.
In fact, you are advised to go for the (100 ) molds locally fabricated machines for some reasons.
The costs of the machines is rated according to their molds capacity-
(100) =N500,000
(120) =N500, 000 – N600, 000
(132) =N750,000
The price of the molds in raining season are N50 and N100 for the big and small ones respectively while in dry season the N50 goes for N100 while the N100 goes for N150.
The profitability of the business is assured as a (100) molds capacity ice blocks molding machine gives you N5000 a day if you produced only the N50 mold and N10,000 a day if you produced the N100 mold and you are able to produce for a
full day of 24 hours YOU DOUBLE YOUR TAKINGS…and this is with only ( 1 ) machine ,imagine if you can have up to 5 machine, imagine making N50,000 a day from ice block molds alone .
Thank You for your interest on the above, I am very sure that you shall exploit the opportunities exposed in this write-up and join the league of people making MILLIONS of NAIRA from ICE BLOCKS MOLDING IN NIGERIA.

Thank You

Taiye Alabi
Lagos, Nigeria.
08184932156
Pls, contact the above for logistics supports and finders service on ice blocks machines and other set-up issues or email jtaconsult2012co@yahoo.com

Introduction to money in Laundry biz December 20, 2014

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Laundry is the washing, drying and ironing of clothes while dry cleaning is the washing of clothes with the use of some specialized cleaning equipment such as WASHERS, DRYERS, and VACUUM CLEANER FOR SUIT and WOOLS with special chemicals.
THE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING PROCESSES
The laundry and dry cleaning processes start with collection of the materials for washing from our collection centers or through our pick and wash outlets.
Tagging is the next process; it is done after collection of the clothes, checking for forgotten items, money and documents, and examine any serious defects in the clothes.
All forgotten items are kept with the Laundry Manager for eventual return to the clients who deposited the clothes.
Inspection is then done where by the clothes are further subjected to more serious checking for damages, stains and washing combinations.
The next stage is stains removals and washing where by tough stains are first removed and followed by washing and drying.
Packaging and Delivery is the last stage in laundry and dry cleaning and is done in big folded nylon or hang in nylon with a duplicate of the invoice for identification and balance charges.
In final delivery, customers show up with their original invoices, pay any balance of the charges and collect his or her clothes.

THE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING TECHNOLOGY
Laundry was done mainly by hand by housewives as far back as 1886 when women fetched a lot of water for laundry.
Laundry by hand involves the soaking, beating, scrubbing and rinsing of dirty textiles.
With –in- door plumbing, laundry is done in the house by housewives with water from pipes and inside water tubs.
The entire process would take a whole day of hard work including drying and ironing.
Washing by machines was developed as a way to reduce the manual labor and time spent on laundry.
It provides open basin or sealed containers with paddles or fingers to automatically agitate the clothing. The earliest machines were hand operated and made of wood.
It has now developed to the use of electronically powered machines with motors that work with electricity and with more of artificial intelligence functions and economy of usage such as modern clothes washers, vacuum cleaners for suits and wools, dryers, packagers and automatic delivery.
Technology has now made the laundry and dry cleaning of clothes and sheets very effective, efficient and enjoyable.
The use of washing machines, dryers, vacuum cleaners, computers and pressing irons ,tagging machine is now favored.
These machines are imported into the country and are available in Lagos and other major cities and towns.
THE MARKET FOR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICES
The market for laundry and dry cleaning services in Nigeria is highly fragmented with small cleaning outfits that operate from small shops and some from their homes.
However, there are very few well organized, structured, and managed LAUNDRY FIRMS located in highbrows’ areas such as Ikeja, Surulere, Lekki and other urban and semi urban areas of the country.
In Lagos ,( LEKKI ) where this laundry and dry cleaning firm is to operate from ,garments care command about 10,000 clients while the market is calculated at 5% of corporate workers that dress well and always busy to do their laundry( 900,000 ).

Out of population figure of 18.5m people ,about 5% ( 900,000 ) are corporate workers.
I believe this figure is highly under given, because it took stock of only 5% of corporate workers of the population of Lagos and neglecting the remaining 95% of the population.
I am of the opinion that laundry and dry cleaning services among non-corporate workers is not less than 10%of the remaining population (18,500,000 -900,000)=17.6 m which came to around 1.7 customers unaccounted for as shown in the service poll conducted by jta consulting just before the commencement of this plan /study as about 15% of 1000 samples of service requests taken strongly agreed to patronize a laundry and dry cleaning firm if their services were –
1. Disruptions free
2. Devoid of damages to their clothes
3. Available at the end of week
4. Satisfactory and at affordable prices.
This is also shown in the patronage the local washer men /launderers are enjoying in Lagos especially during end of week engagements in social functions, churches, mosques, and casual visiting.
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Introduction to hard wood export from Nigeria December 20, 2014

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Wood is the hard, tough trunk of trees that are used for fuel and construction purposes by humans since creation.
They are divided into ( 2 ),hard wood and soft wood ,however, the softness or hardness does not have any relation with the soft or hard nature of the tree.
Hard wood are from broad leaved trees ,have long continuous ducts leading through the trunk, while soft woods are from coniferous trees, they have no ducts, but have fluid which is transferred from cell to cell and contain considerable amount of resin with their ducts running parallel to the grain.
Hardwoods are the ones used for furniture and high grade flooring including decking.
Nigeria is one of the countries in the world blessed with wood in abundance and it was and is still a foreign exchange earner for the country.
Out of 92.4 million hectares of land Area, 31.3m of hectares are covered with wood, and out of 490 utilizable tree species only 100 are being utilized .
Woods are found in the southern rainforest and southern middle belt of the country.
The types of woods found in Nigeria are –Mahogany, Iroko, White or Red Apa, Digbo, Cedar, Omo, Eki, others are Afara, Mansonia, Abura and Obeche,

USES OF WOOD
Wood is being used for various purposes such as for fuel, construction, paper, furniture, burnt to produce charcoal etc.
-Wood is a very durable substance and can last for hundreds ,if not, thousands of years and this explain why it is used extensively in building homes, bridged, deck slabs etc.
-Wood is a very strong substance with so much stiffness, density and humans so much rely on its long term usage at home, office, factories, schools etc.
-Wood has appealing appearance and very attractive and that is why it is the major choice of furniture makers.
-Wood contains some chemical constituents such as tannins, gums, resins, cellulose used in the chemical industry before the discovery of synthetic alternatives.
-Wood can be converted to liquid fuels through the process of hydrogenation.
-Wood, using destructive distillation, can produce such chemicals as Acetic Acid, Methyl Alcohol and acetone which are all used in the paint industry.
-Wood is also used to make electric poles, cable poles, and pallets in crates using factories, as culverts to cover drainage and for making bridges.

TREATMENTS OF WOOD
The treatment of wood before usage is called SEASONING, this because wood contains about one-third to 50% of water and so must be seasoned before application. It is done through drying in the sun or Air drying and in Kiln drying, while Air drying could take several months, kiln -drying takes days.
There are good reasons why this must be done, seasoned wood is lighter and easy to transport over long distance, it is prevent the decaying of the wood and finally increase its heating value.
Wood is also treated with Zinc Chloride, other chemicals and copper compounds to prevent fungi and insects attacks .
It can also be protected from harsh weather conditions by surface coatings, spraying, brushing, and dipping in chemicals
PACKAGING OF WOOD FOR EXPORT
Nigeria depended on the export proceeds from her Agricultural resources such as Cocoa, Groundnuts, Rubber, Palm Oil, Palm Kernels, and timber (unprocessed wood).
Wood is still an export commodity in Nigeria and she is still earning some foreign currencies from the export of wood.
To export wood to foreign countries such as Europe, some technical requirements are to me met by the exporter.
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPORT TO EUROPE
-It involves the procurements of hardwood of various sizes from various saw mills in the country.
-Treatment or seasoning of the wood with chemicals to prevent insects and fungi attacks and permit durability.
-Sawing or cutting into required dimensions for export market
-Registration with NEPC- Nigeria Export Promotion Council
-Procurements of export contracts from abroad
-Provision of workshop and workers to treat and package the wood for export specifications.
-The wood must be free from knots and other deformities

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Introduction to Money in cassava processing biz December 20, 2014

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Cassava (Manioc espiculenta) is grown for its enlarged starch-filled roots, which contains nearly the maximum theoretical concentration of starch on a dry weight basis among food crops.
Fresh roots contain about 30% starch and very little protein.
It is rich in carbohydrates, calcium, vitamins B and C, and essential minerals.
However, nutrient composition differs according to variety and age of the harvested crop, and soil conditions, climate, and other environmental factors during cultivation.
Roots are prepared much like potato. They can be peeled and boiled, baked, or fried.
It is not recommended to eat cassava uncooked, because of potentially toxic concentrations of cyanogen glycosides that are reduced to innocuous levels through cooking.
In traditional settings of Nigeria, the roots are grated and the sap is extracted through squeezing or pressing with heavy stones and later suspended inside the river to detoxify it. The cassava is further dried or fried on clay pot or aluminum pot on fire made of wood or coal to make Garri, Fufu, Tapioca, and other local delicacies.
The roots are also processed in several different ways; they may be first fermented in water, sun-dried for storage or grated and made into dough that is cooked. Alcoholic beverages can also be made from the roots.
Young tender leaves can be used as a pot herb, containing high levels of protein (8-10% F.W.). Prepared in a similar manner as spinach, care should be taken to eliminate toxic compounds during the cooking process.
Cassava is a perennial woody shrub, grown as an annual crop.
It is a major source of low cost carbohydrates for populations in the humid tropics and its originated from Brazil.
The largest producer of cassava is Nigeria, followed by Brazil, Thailand, Zaire and Indonesia.
Production in Africa and Asia continues to increase, while that in Latin America has remained relatively level over the past 30 years.

Thailand is the main exporter of cassava with most of it going to Europe.
It is a staple food in many parts for western and central Africa and is found throughout the humid tropics.
The world market for cassava starch and meal is limited, due to the abundance of substitutes.
Toxicities
Cassava is famous for the presence of free and bound cyanogen glycosides, linamarin and lotaustralin. They are converted to HCN in the presence of linamarase, a naturally occurring enzyme in cassava. Linamarase acts on the glycosides when the cells are ruptured.
All plant parts contain cyanogen glycosides with the leaves having the highest concentrations. In the roots, the peel has a higher concentration than the interior. In the past, cassava was categorized as either sweet or bitter, signifying the absence or presence of toxic levels of cyanogen glycosides. Sweet cultivars can produce as little as 20 mg of HCN per kg of fresh roots, while bitter ones may produce more than 50 times as much. The bitterness is identified through taste and smell.
This is not a totally valid system, since sweetness is not absolutely correlated with HCN producing ability.
In cases of human malnutrition, where the diet lacks protein and iodine, under processed roots of high HCN cultivars may result in serious health problems.
Ecology
Cassava is a tropical root crop, requiring at least 8 months of warm weather to produce a crop. It is traditionally grown in a savanna climate, but can be grown in extremes of rainfall. In moist areas it does not tolerate flooding. In drought areas it loses its leaves to conserve moisture, producing new leaves when rains resume. It takes 18 or more months to produce a crop under adverse conditions such as cool or dry weather. Cassava does not tolerate freezing conditions. It tolerates a wide range of soil pH 4.0 to 8.0 and is most productive in full sun
Cassava Cultivars (Clones)
Before the development of national and international breeding programs with cassava there were relatively few cultivars. This is because cassava is propagated as vegetative clones. Recent releases from breeding programs include clones with resistance to many of the major diseases and pests. Specific cultivar names are mostly regional, with the exception of introductions from international research centers, which carry with them an institutional code. This code is often retained as the name of the cultivar. Cultivar classification is usually based on pigmentation and shape of the leaves, stems and roots. Cultivars most commonly vary in yield, root diameter and length, disease and pest resistance levels, time to harvest, cooking quality, and temperature adaptation. Some clones require 18 or months of growth before they can be harvested. Storage root color is usually white. A few clones have yellow-fleshed roots.
Most clones were selected by farmers from chance seedlings in their fields. Each growing region has its own special clones with farmers growing several different ones in a field.
Production Practices
Cassava is planted using 7-30 cm portions of the mature stem as prop gules. The selection of healthy, disease-free and pest-free prop gules is essential. The stem cuttings are sometimes referred to as ‘stakes’. In areas where freezing temperatures are possible, the cuttings are planted as soon as danger of frost has past. The cuttings are planted by hand in moist, prepared soil, burying the lower half. When soils are too shallow to plant the cutting in an upright or slanted position, the cutting are laid flat and covered with 2-3 cm soil. Mechanical planters have been developed in Brazil to reduce labor inputs. Observing the polarity of the cutting is essential in successful establishment of the cutting. The top of the cutting must be placed up. Typical plant spacing is 1m by 1m. Cuttings produce roots within a few days and new shoots soon appear at old leaf petiole axes on the stem. Botanical seeds are used only for breeding purposes. Early growth is relatively slow, thus weeds must be controlled during the first few months. Although cassava can produce a crop with minimal inputs, optimal yields are recorded from fields with average soil fertility levels for food crop production and regular moisture availability. Optimal growth and productivity of the plant is related to its harvest index, root weight divided by total plant weight. The desirable indexes range from 0.5 to 0.7. Responses to macro-nutrients vary, with cassava responding most to P and K fertilization. Vesicular-Arbuscular (VA) and mycorrhizae benefit cassava by scavenging for phosphorus and supplying it to the roots. High N fertilization, more than 100 kg of actual N/ha may result in excessive foliage production at the expense of storage root development and a low harvest index. Fertilizer is only applied during the first few months of growth.
There is no mature stage for cassava. Plants are ready for harvest as soon as there are storage roots large enough to meet the requirements of the consumer. Under the most favorable conditions, yields of fresh roots can reach 90 t/ha while average world yields from mostly subsistence agricultural systems are 9.8 t/ha. Typically harvesting can begin as soon as eight months after planting. In the tropics, plants can remain unharvest for more than one growing season, allowing the storage roots to enlarge further. However, as the roots age, the central portion becomes woody and inedible.
Harvesting
Most cassava is harvested by hand, lifting the lower part of stem and pulling the roots out of the ground, then removing them from the base of the plant by hand. The upper parts of the stems with the leaves are removed before harvest. Levers and ropes can be used to assist harvesting. A mechanical harvester has been developed in Brazil. It grabs onto the stem and lifts the roots from the ground. Care must be taken during the harvesting process to minimize damage to the roots, as this greatly reduces shelf life. During the harvesting process, the cuttings for the next crop are selected. These must be kept in a protected location to prevent desiccation.
Processing of cassava roots
The shelf life of cassava is only a few days unless the roots receive special treatment. Removing the leaves two weeks before harvest lengthens the shelf life to two weeks.
Dipping the roots in paraffin or a wax or storing them in plastic bags reduces the incidence of vascular streaking and extends the shelf life to three or four weeks. Traditional methods include packing the roots in moist mulch to extend shelf life.
Dried roots can be milled into flour. Maize may be added during the milling process to add protein to the flour.
The flour can be used for baking breads.
Typically, cassava flour may be used as partial substitute for wheat flour in making bread. Bread made with 30 -50 % cassava substitutes has been baked in Nigeria and launched by the Agriculture Minister while 100% cassava bread has been achieved in the United States.
Fresh roots can be sliced thinly and deep fried to make a product similar to potato chips.
They can be cut into larger spear-like pieces and processed into a product similar to French fries.
Roots can be peeled, grated and washed with water to extract the starch which can be used to make breads, crackers, pasta and pearls of tapioca.
Unpeeled roots can be grated and dried for use as animal feed. The leaves can add protein to animal feed.
However, commercial processing of cassava require some machines such as-
-Cassava Grater
-Grinder/Granulator
-Sedimentation Tank
-Pressers
-Drier or Fryer
-Pulverizer
-Pulp Sifter
-Chipping Machine
-Bagging
All these machines are available in the country while complex ones can be imported from foreign countries.
The economic importance of cassava
In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) cassava is mainly a subsistence crop grown for food by small-scale farmers who sell the surplus.
It grows well in poor soils with limited labor requirements.
It provides food security during conflicts when the invader cannot easily destroy or remove the crop, since it conveniently grows underground.
Cassava is usually intercropped with vegetables, plantation crops (such as coconut, oil palm, and coffee), yam, sweet potato, melon, maize, rice, groundnut, or other legumes.
The application of fertilizer remains limited among small-scale farmers due to the high cost and lack of availability.
Roots can be harvested between 6 months and 3 years after planting.
Apart from food, cassava is very versatile and its derivatives and starch are applicable in many types of products such as foods, confectionery, sweeteners, glues, plywood, textiles, paper, biodegradable products, monosodium glutamate, and drugs. Cassava chips and pellets are used in animal feed and alcohol production.
Cassava contributed more than 228 million tons to food production produced worldwide in 2007, of which Africa accounted for 52%.
In 2007, Nigeria produced 46 million tons making it the world’s largest producer.
Cassava is one of the most versatile crops in the world with as many as 86 derivatives such as cassava starch, Gerri, flour, flakes, fries, cracks, chips, ethanol, Gin etc.
Cassava yield is very profitable as 15 plots (1 hectare) will produce 30 tons of cassava tubers and ( 3 ) tons of processed cassava would yield ( 1 ) ton of processed Garri.
Cassava is, however, challenged by some diseases which lead to losses in food stock, food security and livelihoods of about half of tropical Africa and 300m consumers in Africa.
The diseases are the Cassava Brown Streak (CBD) and Cassava Mosaic Disease (CMD) and are caused by viruses transmitted by
The White Flies Insects and stem cuttings from infected Plants.
High yield Cassava varieties-CMD and TMS have been developed and are now available at IITA at Ibadan as the latest research value additions their research bank.
Development of effective machines had also reduced crop losses by more than 70% and has had positive impact on women.The return on investment is between 30% and 40

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Inroduction to MONEY in GOVERNMENT contracts in NIGERIA November 24, 2014

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One of the main objectives of Government worldwide is the provision of good governance which is physically distributed through various government projects, infra-structures, and services.
The above are only made possible through the participation of the private sectors as main contractors and subcontractors in projects management, execution, service provision and consultancy.
The principal actors are the main contractors while the subcontractors play the supporting roles.
The main contractors are dominated by foreign firms,who are multinational companies (MNCs ) in:

-civil and building engineering
-technical consultancy
-supplies and finance
The subcontractors are the local independent contractors who handle only some minor portion of the contract won by the major contractors.
The ( 2 ) above constitute the major takers of the wealth of all nations ,be it in developed, less developed, developing or undeveloped economies of the world.
For instance, in Nigeria ,the facts and statistics are stunning as outlined below-
-There are 774 local governments in Nigeria
-36 state governments
-The Federal Government alone has the herculean tasks of overseeing:

-26 Federal Ministries
-315 Federal Parastatals and departments
-The Armed Forces, Police and Paramilitary Organizations such as the Nigerian Customs and Immigrations services.
-Key Ministries such as finance, defence,works and housing and education which command preferential status in government attention.
-For instance, the education ministry has the highest numbers of PDAs( Parastatals , deparments and agencies) as listed below:
-9 departments
-36 universities
-20 colleges of education
-11polytechnics
-52 federal colleges
-16 specialized colleges
And that is why it commands the second position, if not the first, in budgetary allocation.
-The states have in excess of 900 MDAs while each of the 774 LGAs has an average of ( 6 ) departments with the total figure in excess of 7000!.
The data above are information on wealth creation through the various tiers of government and for smart business men, women ,contractors ,suppliers and even workers ,the info should be of profound interest to them as billions of naira are shared among these groups on an annual basis.
This is the reason for the in-depth research work by our team at jtaconsulting and which is now available in soft copy for interested independent contractors, suppliers, business men and women and workers in general.

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Do U KNOW there are 4mulars 4 minting MONEY? November 24, 2014

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Am sure many people would be thinking of CHEMICALS for producing or minting MONEY,YES, there are chemicals for making money which also include the chemicals for minting money!
BUT,in this case ,I don’t have the chemical formulae for minting money ,but I do have the chemical formulations for making money.
These chemicals is everywhere ,if they are everywhere ,one would then imagine WHY everybody is not RICH OR WEALTHY ,it is because ,the people who have the correct chemicals and their composition and production steps are keeping sealed LIPS and have kept them as TOP SECRETS since time immemorial.
These secrets were protected by copyrights laws in Americas, Europe, Asia and even our dear Africa!
But the copyrights protection expires after 100 years and the secrets are NOW LEAKED OUT to also some people who would also like to keep them as TOP SECRETS INFO for sale at ridiculous price.
I AM READY TO GIVE U ALL THESE SECRETS AT A
VERY RIDICULOUS PRICE……
BUT it is not only the chemicals that are TOP SECRETS ,the machines to produce them WERE also made BIG,HUGE AND COMPLEX so that ONLY FEW PEOPLE would have access to the technology.
BUT all is now HISTORY as several technologists have decided to shift away from inaccessible technologies to simple steps and procedural small scale technologies NOW made accessible to millions of small scale producers .
The market is now populated with millions of these machines at ridiculous prices .
AM ALSO READY TO SHOW U WHERE TO BUY THESE MACHINES IN NIGERIA AND ABROAD…..
The 2 expositions above are what you need to tap into the money minting opportunities that abound in every country and every -where these chemicals can be found.
These chemicals are found in Nigeria and several people are NOW making money from them ,I can mention the GIANTS in the business such as CADBURY,DANGOTE,CHI,NESTLE ….but don’t think ,only the giants are making money in this business, millions of Nigerians ,who know these formulae and engage in their production are also RAKING into their accounts MILLIONS OF NAIRA everyday!
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WHY these ( 7 ) e-books on Vegetables farming in Nigeria are PRICELESS…. May 21, 2014

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Hi fellow Nigerians,am here again to intimate you of the reasons why your investment in vegetable farming could  be in danger if the information in these e-books are not digested by you.This is because of the absence of books on vegetables farming in Nigeria  on our book shelves and also in e-book formats.

I have invested months of hard-work and research efforts  to come up with ( 6 ) basic reports on vegetables farming in Nigeria as listed below:

1.Basic report on Ugwu leaves

2.Basic report on Spinach leaves

3.Basic report on SET LEAVES-Soko,Ewedu and Tete ( Green )

4.Basic report on Okro

5.Basic report on Tomatoes and Peppers

6.Basic report on water and grounded melons

While the above are single topic basic report,i have combined them into a single comprehensive book for professional vegetable farmers as :

7.Comprehensive Report on Vegetable Gardens In Nigeria

All the above are now ready and available for dispatch to millions of interested people, both farmers,students of Agriculture and professional gardeners.

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RE:LEARN HOW TO DECORATE AND MAKE BIG MONEY October 15, 2013

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INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL DECORATIONS

Decoration is the art of preparing and setting the stage in an organized manner for a given occasion. It is project the kind of image the celebrants or organizers have in mind,
Decoration involves so many activities from beautification of events halls to furnishings of offices and homes and can be subdivided into-
-EVENTS DECORATION
-INTERIOR DECORATION
-HOME DECORATION
-OFFICE DECORATION
Decoration is very important in a modern world where people value appreciations and acknowledgements of beauty, colours, paintings, designs, furnishings etc.
Decoration also add value to our assets such as buildings, cars
Offices as it constitute another investment on our assets.
Decoration makes our homes and offices very attractive.
Decoration make our homes and offices to have the desired feelings and atmosphere e,g formal, informal, relax, cool, etc.
THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF DECORATION BUSINESS
The business of decoration involves the identification, gathering
Or purchase of decorative materials to apply as directed by the clients and hiring of some other materials for use at events, and other social engagements.
Some of these materials are balloons, flowers, ribbons, chairs, tables, lightings and home and office furniture, home and office equipment, blinds, Paintings, Floor tiles etc.
The ( 4 ) divisions of decoration have the capacity to employ thousands of people and create further multiplier effects in other value chains such as related services e.g. Painters, Rental
Services, balloon traders, equipment dealers, transporters, etc.
It increases the collateral value of our assets such as home and offices.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCCESS IN DECORATIONS
BUSINESS
These are what you need to start and excel in decoration business-
-PASSION
You need a very strong feelings and interest to make it in decoration business, your passion drive the business.
If you love furnishings, paintings, artwork, colours, and mingling with people, you are in the right business.
-HARDWORK
You also need to add hard work to your passionate interest in the business, it is a business that demands your attention from morning till evening and the preparations could take days as well.
-TRAINING
You need training in events planning and decoration to enable
You do well in the business.
-PLANNING
You need a very detailed and careful planning to excel in decoration business as service failures are costly.
-KNOWLEDGE
You need the right knowledge to do well in decoration business
e.g. .the place to buy materials, colours combination, space management, decorating styles, lightings etc.
-SERVICE DELIVERY
Make sure you deliver according to the contract agreements between you and your clients.
-CUSTOMISE YOUR SERVICE
In the service industry, there is always the need to treat some customers especially as people have unique tastes, feelings, etc.
It is a good business sense to accommodate a large group of clients by catering to their individual needs and requests.
-CAPITAL
You need capital to do your clients jobs and if you are facing financial challenges, you have to be creative about financing.
Try and get advance from your clients by reducing your price tags or you can get the materials on credit etc.
The cost of decorations may range between N350, 000t and above depending on what your clients wants.
-RESOLUTION OF CHALLENGES
There is no business without challenges and to move ahead, we must resolve emerging challenges such as shortage of materials, transportation, damages, disappointments etc.
THE DECORATIONS PROCESS
Decoration business go through some steps and processes to become the output of hanging balloons, bouquet of flowers, colours, arrangements, settings, and finesse that are visible at homes, offices and public events.
The behind the screen activities of decorations are-
1. Know where rental services are available, their charges, capability, and delivery logistics.
2. Negotiate for discounts and other unseen deliverables that make your output memorable.
3. Advertise your service by visiting places that harbor high population of people such as Churches, Mosques, Registry and offices, homes in your neighborhoods to tell them about your services.
4. Know where the materials used in decoration are being sold and the dealers themselves.
5. Plan your decorating schedules
6. Execute according to plan, time and tastes of your clients.
7. Be aware of the budget available for the projects.
8. Visit events centers regularly and contact them for business.
DECORATING STYLES
There are applicable styles and guides in decorating proper,you can apply the styles or guides to a small or big place, offices, or homes.
These styles bring out the uniqueness in your homes and offices
It gives you the desired serene images or otherwise of your space.
There are CASUAL and FORMAL styles or types of decorations with their distinct, separate elements-
1. CASUAL STYLE
In casual decorating styles, the following distinctive features are identified-
-Its fabrics and accessories have simple textured
-Restful horizontal lines on upholstery cool surfaces
-Details are simple and elements are rectangular or softly curved.
-It is a comfortable and relaxed moods style.

2. FORMAL STYLES
The distinguishing features of formal styles or types of decorating are-
-Symmetry of windows, furniture, artwork, and flooring -Its elements are arranged in exact pairs on a straight axis
-Its interior has a central focal point that attract the eyes
-Its homes is adorned with high ceilings, large tall windows and other architectural design such as a fire place mantle or fine paneled walls.
-Its furniture and accessories are antique or fine reproduction.
It should be noted that formal style interior are design to capture the attention and envy of others ,its elements are favored with much polish, glistening giant mirrors, sensual fabrics and sparkling ,crystal hangings.
Decorations are further identified as being contemporary/ Traditional.
CONTEMPORARY DECORATIONS-
The distinctive features of today’s contemporary decorations are-
1. They are comfortable and inviting
2. They are simple, texture, with clean lines and subtle sophistication.
3. Their interior showcase space and not items.
4. Each item comes out as unique and distinct.
5. Its furniture is smooth, clean, and in geometric shapes.
6 Its floors should be bare and smooth in wood, tile or vinyl.
7. Its fabrics are natural in wool, cotton, linen, silk, with additional textural appeal.

TRADITIONAL DECORATIONS-
Traditional style decorations are comforting, classic, calm, orderly and predictable.
Its other distinctive features are –
1. It is casual
2. It is functional, cool and unfussy
3. It combines vertical with restful horizontal lines.
4. Its fabrics are calm and cool
5. Its colours are a mix of bright and deeper applications on
walls and upholstery.
6. Furniture in traditional decorations is also arrange on a
Straight axis within the room.
7. Its interior is trim and molding that is painted glossy.
8. Dinning section in a traditional home is separated with
In-built corner cabinets, rectangular dining table marched with a large area rug on a hardwood floor.

Thanks for finding time out of your tight time challenges to read this piece on decoration businesses and their accompanied opportunities.
Thank You and God bless
Taiye Alabi
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