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This entrepreneur is creating jobs with her perseverance, passion for clean energy, and innovative thinking.
MJ Loleng is not your average 26-year-old. That's because unlike most of her peers, she's earning six-digit figures monthly.Just like her peers, MJ applied for a job after graduating from college. But when the start-up she was working at failed, she felt
Cleo Loque built Hiraya Pilipina with a P20,000 capital.
When you already have so many responsibilities, how do you begin to pursue your dreams? Entering the sphere of entrepreneurship is a harrowing undertaking, and it's made even more difficult when you don't have the experience or the theoretical knowledge to help
They carry the title and responsibilities of a "business owner" on top of their other daily duties.
Content creation as a career choice is no joke. What most people don't know is that a lot of thought and effort go into making a single video or even an IG post. Many of this generation's top influencers are also full-time students, so you
From a personal haven to a cozy private paradise for travelers.
When the pandemic hit in 2020, Ricca Del Rosario and her husband had to wait until restrictions were eased before they could bond with their three kids outdoors. "Maliliit pa sila, nakakatakot, and wala pa ring vaccine during that time," she tells
From an online business to a thriving franchise, Anna Magalona's But First, Coffee is an inspiring story of hard work and perseverance.
Anna Magalona was comfortable in her job as a credit and finance solutions manager in a software company in Makati, but when COVID-19 hit, it made her question a lot of things. She knew that she needed a back-up plan in case
After his successful collaborations with MAC Cosmetics, the Fil-Am YouTuber is making waves with his brand, One/Size.
Filipino-American YouTuber and make-up guru Patrick Starrr is still in on cloud nine more than a year after he launched his own cosmetic brand called ONE/SIZE.Patrick, whose real name is Patrick Simondac, is a content creator with 4.32 million subscribers on YouTube
Plus, it's an eco-friendly way to make connections!
Be honest: Do you actually keep those paper business cards given to you at networking events? More often than not, these cards get discarded or misplaced just minutes after they've been handed around, and not only does it mean failed connections, it
Meet Audrey Pe, a young CEO who's building a more inclusive space for tech-driven women.
Tech opens doors for anyone. This was the driving force behind Women in Tech, an international non-profit organization founded by Audrey Pe in 2016 to push for gender equality and help women embrace technology around the world.The tech industry may not have
These are the businesswomen that run the show.
Only a few decades ago, every Forbes list was a men’s club with only a handful of women breaking into the top 100. But now, more and more businesswomen and business founders find themselves among the wealthiest people in the world. In
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