Best Business in the DR

RDKNIGHT

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A well organized operation and work as a madam. That could work here. Places like Bavaro and Sosua could probably benefit from a really well organized whore house.
A suttle one. Not a dance club, or a raunchy bar but a quiet, clean operation.
If I get bored this year look for it in Bavaro or Uvero Alman
there are a few in bavaro already.
 

RDKNIGHT

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I would sell horse hair the girls love extensions. they always find money the horse hair... sell it in a mobile van aka brinks truck with guards and drive it everywhere.. you will make a killing.... no rent
 

Yourmaninvegas

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I would sell horse hair the girls love extensions. they always find money the horse hair... sell it in a mobile van aka brinks truck with guards and drive it everywhere.. you will make a killing.... no rent
Great idea.
Looking into it right now.
1. Import Hair from China
2. Buy used armored car
3. Hire Security
4. Hire Driver
5. Hire Sales force
6. Find a place to park safely each night.

💵💵bills ya'll get the 💰

Actually, I know I guy who funds his vacations to 🇩🇴 by importing hair.
It is a great business‼️
 

RDKNIGHT

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Great idea.
Looking into it right now.
1. Import Hair from China
2. Buy used armored car
3. Hire Security
4. Hire Driver
5. Hire Sales force
6. Find a place to park safely each night.

💵💵bills ya'll get the 💰

Actually, I know I guy who funds his vacations to 🇩🇴 by importing hair.
It is a great business‼️
I know a girl who has a shop is killing it.... there's is always money for horse hair for beautification',,,, we can add those horrible fake eyelashes...
 

chico bill

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Oil Change and tire shop with ample room and real trained staff.
Oil is 3 times the cost of the same product in the US
Or just an store that sells oil by gallon or quart

Figure a way to import Mobil 1 full synthetic buying it at $9/quart in the US and getting it here and charging what the shops here do -1200 pesos a quart, over 3 times the price
 

Tug7777

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A well organized operation and work as a madam. That could work here. Places like Bavaro and Sosua could probably benefit from a really well organized whore house.
A suttle one. Not a dance club, or a raunchy bar but a quiet, clean operation.
If I get bored this year look for it in Bavaro or Uvero Alto.
Such as Black beards Bizz model !
 

NALs

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One recently created Dominican business (2018) is The Butcher Shop. It has been a success (the level of success has been a surprise to the founder herself) and while still in expansion mode, stores are available for now only in Santo Domingo and Punta Cana (Blue Mall). Dominicans are demanding a store in Santiago, so perhaps that will be the closest one to Sosúa-Cabarete, which has one of the largest expats population in the country. Perhaps Sosúa-Cabarete will get its own store in the future (or maybe Puerto Plata). For expats in La Romana and Punta Cana/Bavaro areas their closest store is in Blue Mall Punta Cana.

Gladys Taveras, founder of The Butcher Shop. (Spanish)

One of the stores (scroll left to see each photo): http://www.grupohcr.com.do/portfolio-bsah.html#

Their largest store (Av Enriquillo, Santo Domingo): https://arquitexto.com/2021/10/the-butcher-shop/

The founder isn't someone from a rich family or anything of the sort. She was born into a very humble family, the first one in her family that graduates from a university (APEC), etc. She herself says that she heard people say that such a nice store couldn't be created by a Dominican, that if it was created by a Dominican it was a foreign franchise brought to the country, and they assume whomever created it was a man.
 
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Drperson

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One recently created Dominican business (2018) is The Butcher Shop. It has been a success (the level of success has been a surprise to the founder herself) and while still in expansion mode, stores are available for now only in Santo Domingo and Punta Cana (Blue Mall). Dominicans are demanding a store in Santiago, so perhaps that will be the closest one to Sosúa-Cabarete, which has one of the largest expats population in the country. Perhaps Sosúa-Cabarete will get its own store in the future (or maybe Puerto Plata). For expats in La Romana and Punta Cana/Bavaro areas their closest store is in Blue Mall Punta Cana.

Gladys Taveras, founder of The Butcher Shop. (Spanish)

One of the stores (scroll left to see each photo): http://www.grupohcr.com.do/portfolio-bsah.html#

Their largest store (Av Enriquillo, Santo Domingo): https://arquitexto.com/2021/10/the-butcher-shop/

The founder isn't someone from a rich family or anything of the sort. She was born into a very humble family, the first one in her family that graduates from a university (APEC), etc. She herself says that she heard people say that such a nice store couldn't be created by a Dominican, that if it was created by a Dominican it was a foreign franchise brought to the country, and they assume whomever created it was a man.
wow very nice. In the depression in Canada in the 30's we had an uncle who always did very very well as a butcher catering to the rich families in Hamilton, ontario
 

El Hijo de Manolo

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I would actually recommend that whole heartedly versus starting a business here as an illegal alien.
Well, there you go again. That hat must be really worn out. Here's a case example: I'm fairly certain I am aware of a handful of gringos who had purchased land in Casa Linda and built their homes by hiring Guzman attorneys and "legally" creating a Dominican Business Corporation solely for the purpose of this transaction. Following this logic, there are instances where one may legally have a Dominican Business Corporation without residency or citizenship, unless that law has changed, which could be the case, but I'm fairly certain it hasn't. Run on sentence, yes!