Ever dreamt of owning a one-stop shop where customers can pay for utility bills, and even send money?
It does sound like wishful thinking, yes. But it is possible.
To top that, you can have it right in your own neighborhood.
Meet the POSIBLE.NET device, an electronic tool that enables its customers to engage various digital transactions such as utility bills payment, money remittance, certain government fees, as well as prepaid load and game PIN purchase.
In addition, bus trips to the South may also be booked using this gadget.
Given its long list of comprehensive services, this can turn your small enterprise into a bills payment hub instantly — you can jump into the fintech business, too.
But venturing into digital may sound intimidating, or even difficult.
“I don’t know much about digital stuff.” “How will I be able to operate it?”
For the small business boss, or even the aspiring entrepreneur, it’s posible.
At the same time, it’s also posible for ordinary citizens and communities, especially in areas far away from banks and payment centers.
And that is what the team behind POSIBLE.NET believes in.
“We are working to make the technology readily available to all barangays and community stores so that they would be able to do digital transactions and spur economic growth”, said POSIBLE.NET President and CEO JG Puzon.
Emphasizing possibility in the digital business opportunity, the group is also on the move to empower and encourage the country’s micro, small and medium entrepreneurs to be take part in the digital economy, advocating financial inclusion for everyone.
“Nobody gets left behind as our country leapfrogs into the digital age,” said Puzon at the POSIBLE.NET’s media launch Wednesday, January 25.
With just a P35,000 investment (exclusive of the initial load wallet), you can already avail your own POSIBLE Business Starter Kit.
One of the POSIBLE.NET retailers, businesswoman Michelle Malaguit shared that she wished to have her own payment hub, and now it has become possible. She has also been able to grow her network in her community, gaining the trust of her neighbors for their transactions.
Beginning operations in 2016, POSIBLE.NET has 1,600 retailers nationwide and has generated almost P2 billion worth of transactions. It is currently offering more than 300 services.
The only Philippine entry, POSIBLE.NET has also been recognized as one of the Top 15 Best Social Enterprises in the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge held in Singapore last September 2017.
To know more about POSIBLE.NET, its Business Starter Kit, as well as its services and partner billers, visit www.posible.net or its official Facebook page. You may also contact their Customer Support Hotline at (02) 869-7761.