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Her wardrobe space looks like a boutique!
Known for her consistent PrevYou Style Tuesdays photo entries, Sarah Genove-Yu piqued our interest through her sophisticated outfits. Little did we know, this Filipina enterpreneur and a loving mom has a two-storey wardrobe space filled with all of her stunning designer items. Juggling
It's built and owned by an all-female group!
The all-female led cloud kitchen startup MadEats has secured $125,000 or P6.2 million in funding from Silicon Valley’s Y Combinator, one of the world’s leading accelerator programs. MadEats follows the footsteps of other Filipino startups that have been lucky enough to graduate
"I don't want to be in the rat race anymore, I'm not trying to compete with anyone."
Since filming her last show in 2019, Bianca King has taken a gentle step back from the limelight. The actress took it upon herself to reinvent herself for the past few years, pouring her time into mindful content creation and now, managing
Get to know Grand International First Runner-Up Samantha Bernardo’s hustle as an entrepreneur.
Pageant season is taking flight once again, and it’s just about time to cheer for your favorite beauty queens on stage. While they have undoubtedly been making heads turn and jaws drop with their impeccable gowns and groundbreaking walks, they’ve surely been
"The more women there are who are interested in beauty, that can only be good for the industry," Rissa tells Preview.
It's no secret the beauty industry was hit hard by the pandemic. And yet, we've witnessed the steady rise of new local beauty businesses and brands within the past year, many of which were greeted with an overwhelmingly positive response.Brands like the pro-loved Strokes
They made their dream businesses a reality!
Like many of us, our favorite content creators and YouTubers also have dreams of opening their own business ventures, too. And aside from making content we excitedly anticipate on social media, some of them have put in the work to finally make
They wanted to avoid the awkward conversation asking money from their parents.
If you’re like us, you’re getting used to online classes and not leaving your room for anything. Who doesn’t like the idea of going through an entire semester in pajamas, right? But while studying at home has its charm, it does have one
Talk about sibling goals!
While it’s true that a lot of businesses have unfortunately been forced to close down due to the ongoing global pandemic, a few new start-ups have also managed to break ground over the past year. Take The Kula Press, for example. Run
There's a lot of work involved behind the scenes.
There isn't exactly a crash course on how to start a business as a student, but more and more people are turning to entrepreneurial pursuits as a way of earning money and pursuing passions even before they get to graduate college.One example
She took up Entrepreneurship Essentials.
"Sulit lahat ng puyat," Neri Naig says of her certificate of completion from the Harvard Business School Online. The actress completed Entrepreneurship Essentials, Harvard's online course requiring "approximately 25 to 30 hours of material delivered over a four-week period. "The program, according to
She continues to push her advocacy of fitness during quarantine.
Love, sweat, and gratitude—these core values drive Kristina Sy, CEO and Co-Founder of Electric Studio, to keep going despite the odds. Her business has grown into a community motivated by fitness goals not even the recent lockdown could hinder. As Kristina leads
Learn the ropes from Happy Skin co-founder Rissa Mananquil-Trillo
Maybe a big idea struck you now that there’s more time to ponder at home. Or perhaps current events have led you to consider a career change. Whatever your motivation may be, starting a business can be as daunting as it is
The business was started by two science teachers during the quarantine.
This milk tea shop in Iloilo is selling their drinks in reusable bamboo cups!Darlings' Milk Tea gives the option to have your order served in bamboo cups instead of the single-use plastic cups when you dine-in. If you love your bamboo cup
So what if it stains your face mask?
In the aftermath of the 9.9 online sale, many women are counting the days until their packages arrive. There’s a good chance it will contain the holy grail of beauty products—lipstick. Stained face masks be damned.People spend on beauty products regardless of
The DTI secretary says it's the reason there are so many people registered online businesses during the lockdown.
People dreaming of opening their own business will find that it’s much easier to do so now, thanks to online tools set up by government agencies.According to the Business Name Registration Division (BNRD) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) it
They found their own way to stay afloat during the COVID-19 crisis.
We’ve spoken in great detail on how the current lockdown has fatally hit the events industry as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have put thousands out of work. In order to cope with the indefinite pause put on their livelihood, professionals
Her success story will inspire you!
After losing her job due to the pandemic, 28-year-old teacher and bride-to-be Kath Vicente and her fiancé started their witty cookie business, Cookie N' Amo, during the pandemic. Ahead, she shares her story with Female Network:I'm Kath, a professional teacher, and a soon-to-be
Use the popular app to your advantage.
Have you recently started your own business during quarantine? Many local establishments now have accounts on the popular photo-sharing app Instagram to maximize their reach and attract potential customers. It's an easy way to connect with potential buyers showcase just how great
After the wedding industry was hit hard by the pandemic, she started with only P3000 and now runs her own food business.
It’s no secret how much the economy in general has suffered because of the ruthless COVID-19 pandemic, but perhaps no industry was hit harder than the events industry. With social gatherings both big and small being canceled left and right, the world was
No fancy equipment needed!
It's basically a universal truth that a good photo can make anything look more covetable than it actually is. I mean, think about it—you've probably added stuff to your cart solely because the seller had a clearer and more detailed product shot than others you've seen,