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Sir me and my friend is planning to open a restaurant as start up business. But we have no clue where to start how to start. We need money for that . This means we need financer but how to attract them also ... Have no clue ... Plz help
sir I m confuse for buying whole material.actually sir I want to give best quality and chief price for my customer.the biggest problem is that all retailer are buying material at the same place where have been buying.
Nice video aapka sapna jarur sach hoga sir.... Sir main value for money me Jana chahta hu... Sir kya mera nirnay sahi h.... Yes & no... Sir main books & stationery ki shop kholna chahta hu... Plz sir kuch batao
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