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Cost Of Starting A Digital Photo Printing Laboratory (photo Lab) by upengineer: 7:12pm On Sep 27, 2011

I intends starting up digital photo printing laboratory where photographers can develop their negatives and print directly from memory cards, flash drives, their cameras e.t.c

I want to know the projected cost of starting up laboratory,
advantages and disadvantages associated with such ventures and any other important info needed for such business.
Honest and sincere responses will be appreciated.

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Re: Cost Of Starting A Digital Photo Printing Laboratory (photo Lab) by manny4life(m): 2:14am On Sep 28, 2011
You want to start-up in Nigeria?

The projected cost depends on what type of machinery and sofware you'll be using. In addition to that, you have to look at other stuff like websites, inventory etc. This is somewhat capital intensive, take a look at Kodak Picture Kiosk and the Noritsu Mini-lab, they are quite pricey, although you can start with these different equipment. These minilabs print 4x6, 5x7, photo books, etc. To be honest, to setup a Digital Retail Kiosk System will cost you about $15,000 for the equipment, supplies et al NOT inluded. So budget your total investment to $20,000 but it's well worth it, you can recoup your investment in a 2years and STILL MAKE PROFITS, Kodak, for instance offers amazing products and services that you cn perform ANYTHING with their system, easy to fix, easy servicing, very friendly as well, Good luck on your investment.


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