Monday, June 8, 2009

Lessons from a Filipino Woman Entrepreneur

  • Don't let humble beginnings hold you back. Look to the future not the past.
  • Don't go for the "quick profit" if it sacrifices quality. Your reputation is your best marketing tool.
  • Remember after sales service. It's more effective to get repeat business from a happy customer than to work on "cold calls" on new ones.
  • Recognize those who helped you and give them their due respect.

If you want to start your own small business, let us help you. This micro finance organization company lends to women with the smallest businesses from sari-sari store to street corner banana cue stands. They provide both individual and group loans, starting with amounts as low as P2,000 to P90,000. They just don't lend money, they also build communities and help women who wants to be independent and create livelihood programs for them. This organization gives resources available to those who'd never have the credit lines to borrow from a bank.

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