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A cheesemaker from Davao, a sustainable living entrepreneur, and a mattress mogul are among the awardees.
There’s no shortage of Filipino ingenuity, and the world knows this well.One of our latest achievements? Making it big at the 4th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Women Entrepreneur Network (AWEN) awarding ceremony.On May 10, nine distinguished Filipino women were recognized ...
 
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The owner of Ronnie & Joe started a clothing line at 16, put up his own company at 21, and hasn't looked back since. Still, he isn't resting on his laurels.
Finding yourself in possession of youth, privilege, and good looks often goestwo ways. Rely on these too much, and you have yourself a recipe for failure; use them wisely, and you could become immensely successful. Michael Concepcion, the young entrepreneur behind the retail ...
 
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The Antonio scion is starting a Revolution with the Philippines’ first billion-dollar startup.
There’s a montage in HBO’s Silicon Valley where startup founders pitch their product at a TechCrunch Disrupt conference. They each earnestly and nerdily claim that their app is going to revolutionize the world and/or make it a better place, using the rhetoric ...
 
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Taken from our 2017 list of 101 People You Must Meet Right Now, here are some newsmakers in the world of business in recent months.
The technopreneur was one of the big winners at last year’s ASEAN Business Awards, as his game development company, Zeenoh, was voted Best Innovative SME. Founded in 2008, Zeenoh’s smartphone games are designed with a strong Filipino influence. It released Patintero Playtime ...
 
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The developers of Lumina Point Mall in Imus opened two new hotels.
There's debate whether or not Boracay island, one of the country's top tourist destinations, is already nearing a saturation point due to the rapid growth in tourism facilities and visitor arrivals in recent years.Brothers Dexter and Dennis Lee, whose company runs community ...
 
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Apart from building business empires, these moguls also served as inspiring teachers to their children
Many of the Philippines’ largest business conglomerates today were founded after World War II by pioneering entrepreneurs who foresaw the vast potential ahead as the country emerged from colonial rule and war.Currently serving as strong pillars of the economy, these enterprises, which ...
 
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These enterprises, set up more than 119 years ago, are still active today
As we celebrated the 119th anniversary of Emilio Aguinaldo’s declaration of Philippine independence on 12 June 1898, it is perhaps timely to look back and reflect on the country’s record of economic progress since that day. Playing an important role in the country’s ...
 
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Inanc Balci of Lazada has a personal mission.
First, let’s run the numbers: Lazada Philippines is the seventh most visited website in the country according to web tracking service Alexa. The site gets roughly around 2.1 million page views and 354,550 unique visitors daily according to Hypestat. Over 10 million ...
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