Uniformes 360 is a local business in Venezuela dedicated to selling uniforms for small and medium enterprises. They started their journey in 2007. They sell uniforms of every type, from school and college uniforms to uniforms for doctors, chefs, cookers, personal service, and so on. Interested in learning about their experience with Loyverse POS, we reached out to their representative.
-How was the year 2020? Was your business affected by the pandemic?
Yes, it was affected in the
Ichinoyu is a 391-year-old company that keeps providing hot springs throughout 16 generations. Fortunately, we could reach out to their representative and listen to their secret of business success.
- Thank you for taking your time today. Could you please explain about your business shortly?
We are a hot spring called "Ichinoyu", which means "the first hot spring", running since 1630. One day, the founder saw a dream which told him that he should dig the ground of Hakone-tounosawa, a
“Retail is detail” and retail is all about data. Only those who know their data and are able to analyze and monitor them constantly will be successful in optimizing their business.
To source and manage their retail and wholesale data, the Kenyan company MWINGI has been using Loyverse POS and inventory system already for over a year. MWINGI is serving dispersed rural communities in Kenya in hard to reach areas due to the lack of infrastructure (roads, electricity). MWINGI has developed an e
Barrow AFC chooses Loyverse POS because it can work for all business facets: hospitality areas, ticketing, and the club shop.
The Sunmi T2 integrated POS hardware was installed in locations throughout the club. It consists of a 15.6″ HD touchscreen and integrated 80mm thermal receipt printer. The terminals have been paired with APG cash drawers and 2D barcode scanners where needed.
Using the latest POS technology allows the club to minimize the on-going financial outlay by keeping soft
Our Loyverse POS colleague headed over to the beautiful city of Antwerp to hear the story of two young cyclist first time entrepreneurs using Loyverse free Point of Sale for Bike Shops. Listen to the full podcast, or read the text interview below!
Hello, Nicholas. So the first question is what is your business and why did you start your business?
Your business’ name is cyclant?
Yes, sick-lant... cyclant... however you want to pronounce it.
So how did you star
The Philippines Coffee scene is sky rocketing right now, and we're happy to see so many becoming part of Loyverse POS' online entrepreneur ecosystem. We Spoke with Raymon from Bretz Cafe in the Metro of Manila and heard how his café ambitions have led him to becoming more responsible for his community. Text and full video interview below!
Please describe your business, explaining about your local community, why you started, and your plans to achieve success.
Bretz Café is the first of
The story of COFFEE ART is the story of the road to success of a family with strong ties and a big determination to fulfill their dreams. Together they took the path of entrepreneurship and started their own specialty coffee business in their local city, Chiclayo, Peru.
It was 2015 when their first coffee shop was opened, and today they own 4 COFFEE ART establishments and a sandwich shop, quite an achievement. We contacted Fernando Hernandez, owner of the franchise, and took some time from
We were fortunate to visit 2 special shops in Bangkok, Thailand. They are an example of a successful business and Loyverse POS is their system of choice that better suits their needs.
Opting for a POS system was the right choice to do, with Loyverse they experienced a greater control over their business, enhancing their sales performance and daily operations.
We could get to know directly from Pao, an experienced chef, that is using Loyverse in an android tablet for the Red Chilli Cafe
How would you feel about starting up your own brand in a country you haven't settled in for 15 years and in a business you've no experience in? Venu describes the difficult process of starting up a pizza shop alone in chaotic Bangalore after spending 15 years abroad in the US. He's hoping to step by step overcome the papa john's and domino's dominated market... We're very happy to know Loyverse' Pizza POS can serve the Indian entrepreneur community well!
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This is the story of Daniel, an intrepid geologist that decided to change the Australian rocks for coffee cups in the town of Hebden Bridge, in England. He spent his school and university years taking different coffee jobs, but Square One Coffee Company represents his first real business experience as an owner. They’ve just started in June, but surely they know how to steer their business towards success.
I could experience by first hand Daniel’s hospitality through our small chat on Facebo
Why do friends from the UK and US, get together in Romania?
Three friends, Daniel, Sam, and Jason, came together and started what is known as “Podstel”. It is a hostel or pod, for young people from all over the world to gather and share ideas. Daniel says he was first inspired while on a one-way trip to Australia, and staying at the hostels. He describes it as 'mind-blowing', to have seen so many diverse cultures and types of people gathered together in one place. In total, the three guys e
An IT worker and an engineer revert to a new life starting from nothing using Loyverse pizza POS to create what has become well known, even among Italians, as the best Pizza shop in Palestine.
Adham and Basil, who previously had little to do with the food industry, took the opportunity to open their own pizzería, Il Forno embarking on what would become their new passion.
Their story is one of committed friends following innate entrepreneurial instincts and natural taste buds to conque
We recently carried out an email interview with Dan Debenham, manager of ‘The Page’, a Creative coffee and cocktail bar in West Yorkshire, UK. His in-depth vision and community action plan will leave you with the thoughts “How far can I really take my business?” AND “What are the limits to what I can offer to my customer base?”.
Hi Dan, please introduce your shop
The business name is The Page. We’re a licensed Media lounge and community commons/creative space. In a nutshell we’re a cof
Chanrath Chheang went for it! He quit his office job to follow his dream of becoming an independent rice farmer. It wasn’t easy, but he’s overcoming entrepreneurial challenges step by step. Check out his story here!
We run a food stall selling a spicy skewered beef delicacy called Suya. Suya is a hugely popular Nigerian street food and it is also widely eaten in several other West African countries like Ghana and Republic of Niger. We observed that the majority of people shy away from buying Suya for reasons mainly related to hygiene.
The majority of Suya vendors are located in dirty environments and are prepared under unhygienic conditions. This has been the norm for several years. We thought that if we
We opened our small family business back in 2011 and we have managed to stay competitive and open, amidst the financial crisis that hit Europe. Kimolia Art Cafe was created through various contributions made by all the members in our family.
It’s that same culture of hand-made and home-made, that keeps Kimolia going after all of these years. Each family member contributes in their own way and therefore, almost 70-80% of the cafe is an outcome of personal labour.
Having an IT backgrou
New Orleans Cheesesteak House was born from the idea that we had to offer a different product and at a fair price. Initially we had some problems while finding good suppliers for our products, but gradually we learned, and today we can offer what we had imagined from the beginning.
Could you describe a bit about your local community?
In Colombia, there are many types of customers. Some of them seek quality beyond what it costs, while others prefer cheaper things even if they must sacrifice
I have a Korean restaurant business in northern Thailand. My parents started a korean restaurant named “Sura Korean Fusion, in Chiang rai, Thailand four years ago, and I joined them just this past year. As soon as I came here, I opened my parents’ first branch, MFU sura, in front of the university, “Mae Fah Luang”. Could you describe a bit about your local community?
Thailand is famous for tourism. Chiang rai is a popular city, especially in the winter season. Chiang rai is small city, but
Ever since I had been a university student, I have had a passion in coffee business. After graduation, I had worked in the telecoms industry for years. I also loved drinking coffee. When I grew older, I decided to open my own coffee shop. I started looking for a fresh pure bean organic coffee on the internet and discovered the Cu Bao coffee brand which caught my interest. I decided to use this brand for my shop. Could you describe a bit about your local community?
My coffeeshop is locating i
Originally I moved from London to Budapest and had planned to start my own coffee shop. I started just a few months ago so my business (Sly’s Coffee & Bar) is still just small, we do breakfast and brunch during the day but in the evenings we are more like a bar, since it is located in the party area of Budapest, Hungary. It follows a 2 in 1 concept.
I had used POS systems before and knew the benefits of having one, so I have been searching for a good one for a while now. Luckily I came ac
Costa Rica(Kostariko) is a beautiful and peaceful country. It has no army and is rated one of the happiest places in the world. The Coffee tradition here is strong and we are proud of the quality of our products. Before this I will give some background information on the area.
We have some important local industries and an increasing amount of transnational companies that want to take advantage of our natural resources. Nevertheless the most rapid growth can be seen in small and medium enterp
My name is Marcella Jeremiah and I am the owner of Reneescentsationz. After 15 years in the Sales and Marketing field, I decided it was time to start my own business in the area of Scented Candles. Candle making is not just a passion but being able to produce a product that people love and appreciate is an awesome feeling. Could you describe to us a bit about your local community?
My shop is located in the center of the capital City St. George’s in the tropical isle of Grenada. Our country i
It all started originally as a dream but for us it was also a necessity. I am a student in my 8th semester of studying chemistry and my girlfriend has been starting her internship in clinical nutrition. We really needed an income, but the part time jobs were paid badly and we didn’t have the time they needed. So we decided to run our own business.
Here in Mexico it is pretty common to find this “Puestos” where they sell “elotes” (Corn) and “esquites” (grains of corn cooked with pepper , onio
I started this business a year ago with a small budget of less than $200. Before I had the courage to start my own business, I was an employee in many different restaurants, in particular one Japanese restaurant. Through such experiences I gained the necessary understanding in order to manage a restaurant and thus I decided to make my own business.
I started my business with deliveries since I didn’t have a place to set up a shop and gradually I built up enough capital to rent a place. Could
My name is Sheetal Purandare and I opened up a Unisex Salon “Perfect Looks” (www.facebook.com/PerfectLooksGandhinagar) just a month and half ago in Gandhinagar, India. I stumbled into this as my background is actually in Human Resources and Management. I was lucky to partner-up with an expert and someone who is well-known in local community.
Could you describe a bit about your local community?
My business is located in a newly developed area which is in the centre of Information Technolo