Posted on September 7th, 2009 by Roy
He was employed as a gasoline pump boy and studied in his tree time. After four years, he finished a degree in Business Administration with major in marketing at the University of San Carlos in 1980. He was promoted and became a manager of the gasoline station after his graduation.
Posted on August 3rd, 2009 by Roy
Rizalina D. Enriquez is confident that her product would gain foothold in the highly competitive Japanese market after it passed a strict quality and taste tests in the country. Enriquezâ€™s is the president of Doryâ€™s Distillery, Inc. and their product is lambanog.
A native wine maker based in Candelaria, Quezon, Doryâ€™s Distillery signed for a marketing [...]
Posted on July 18th, 2009 by Roy
His profession was nursing, but his calling was different. Lito Arenas went back home,Â after finishing a nursing course, to pursue something closer to his heart â€“ raising mangoes in his hometown in Manaoag, Pangasinan.
That was years ago. Now, he is one of the biggest suppliers of mangoes in the country, which proves that he [...]
Posted on July 4th, 2009 by PinoyBusiness
Henry Ford worked for Edison Illuminating Co. in Detroit as a chief engineer. He wanted to be part of the companyâ€™s vision of a bright new future which motivated him to devote his spare time to build a crude machine of two bicycles placed side by side and motorized by a gasoline engine that he [...]
Posted on June 30th, 2009 by PinoyBusiness
PC- Phone Junction : The Philippines has been tagged as â€œSMS Capital of the World.â€ Nowadays, almost every body from the different classes in the Philippine society has a cellular phone at hand. This circumstance gave Erick Kalugdan together with some friends an idea to put up a business in software products that makes sending [...]
Posted on June 25th, 2009 by PinoyBusiness
In May 2006, a Filipino business man from the plastic industry Jimmy Dy together with his partners, Willy Ngo who owns a bus company and Mayette Cidro-Cubil who is acting as the chief operations officer, started a business named SYOBnow, Inc. SYOBnow Inc. stands for Start your Online Business Now. Its primary goal is to [...]
Posted on April 27th, 2009 by Roy
Martin Ozaeta, 42, a BatangueÃ±o from Lumil, San Jose learned all about the intricacies of poultry and egg business from his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Virtusio who first ventured into the business. Now that he is managing his own business, Martin makes sure that he attends to his farmâ€™s needs personally.
Through the years, Martin [...]
Posted on April 18th, 2009 by Roy
A business name like Frame-Up will already give you an idea of the kind of service it offers, in fact, the owner of the business, 59 years old Danilo Raynes Solares is recognized in Naga City as â€œMr. Framer.â€ That is because, he can framed anything, and as he claimed â€“ he can even frame [...]
Posted on March 29th, 2009 by Roy
While names like Jollibee, McDonalds, KFC and Greenwich easily comes to mind at the mention of the word fast food, in Bicol one homegrown fast food chain has been holding its own again these fast food giants.
One of the reasons perhaps is that Biggs has been in existence in the city for over 26 years! [...]
Posted on March 29th, 2009 by Roy
Krispy Kreme has just got to be the biggest name in doughnuts today. If you would recall its history, you will find that the doughnut company never made any fancy advertising technique back in 1937 when it started. Its melt-in-your-mouth goodness was enough to create worth-of-mouth buzz marketing which made it the global renowned doughnut [...]
Posted on March 28th, 2009 by Roy
Desiree Duran was only able to finish elementary, and for most of her life, she was selling fishballs and isaw to her neighbors in Basuit, San Ildefonso, Bulacan. But this condition is not enough to make Daisy (as Desiree is commonly called) quit her dream of becoming an entrepreneur. Because of her gut-feel and queer [...]
Posted on March 27th, 2009 by Roy
Antusa Wanason Refalda is a woman-farmer-entrepreneur, and is the one responsible behind the success of the Kalinga Brew, a roasted ground native coffee know for its distinct flavor and wonderful aroma.
Kalinga brew is one of the selected products of Kalinga often exhibited regional and national trade fairs like the Impakabsat, OTOP exhibit, Philippine export, international [...]
Posted on March 24th, 2009 by Roy
Edilberto B. Bravo sound a genuine Filipino name with no Chinese, Japanese or Vietnamese blood in him. He was born in Abra and grew up in Roxas City. He is also an entrepreneur. But his latest investment surprised even his friends.
He invested in Vina Acecook, Vietnamâ€™s largest maker of instant noodles, which is majority controlled [...]
Posted on March 14th, 2009 by Roy
Chocolates and spirits in one business? Is that really possible? For the Abesamis sisters, it is. And so, with a common love for food and parties, the sisters â€“ Veronica, Aina, Tine, Joyce and Issa, started Elation last November 2008. It is a catering business which specializes in chocolate fondue and shooters.
The elder sisters Veronica [...]
Posted on March 8th, 2009 by Roy
Directories Philippines Corp. (DPC), the company behind the yellow pages directories of the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) pays honor to the micro-entrepreneurs through the 23rd edition of the annual Visual Art National Competition that it sponsors together with PLDT, with the theme for this yearâ€™s contest â€“ â€œTribute to the Filipino Micro-Entrepreneur.â€
DPC believes [...]
Posted on February 6th, 2009 by PinoyBusiness
P3,000 money to spare for capital and a bored couple seem to make a very successful business combination. This is the story of Roberto Cabrera, 62 and his wife Vilma, 60 who ventured into handicraft in 1988 just because they were bored and are no longer happy in managing their small retail. According to them, [...]
Posted on February 5th, 2009 by PinoyBusiness
Ian Del Carmen, a 30-year old businessman is proof that Filipino can make a mark in the competitive world of in internet marketing. Just check his website, http://iandelcarmen.com, and youâ€™ll see testimonies from internet marketers around the globe who has benefitted from his unselfish sharing of his expertise.
Del Carmen sells e-books, software, music, and instructional [...]
Posted on December 30th, 2008 by PinoyBusiness
Itâ€™s in the attitude of the entrepreneur that brings growth and profit in his or her business. If he or she have a very positive attitude and always aims for high goals, most likely he or she will gain the growth and profit he is aiming at. I want to share with you the following [...]
Posted on December 19th, 2008 by PinoyBusiness
Entrepreneurship has been regarded as an essential ingredient of economic development, especially in emerging markets.
Traditionally, Entrepreneurs posses certain distinguishing personal attributes. In the public speech of Fred Uytengsu, he listed 5 characteristics of an entrepreneur. These are: vision, innovativeness, perseverance, passion, and focus. Another frequently mentioned common characteristic of entrepreneurs is their willingness to take [...]
Posted on December 3rd, 2008 by PinoyBusiness
From Retails, Malls, Banking and Finance, and Property, the SM Investment Corporation is truly a hit this year. Every subordinate of SMIC has it shares of growth and development that brought big amount of Return of Investments.
The marketing paradigm of making SM malls a destination and celebration mall really brought more profit in SMICâ€™s retails [...]