Wednesday, September 13, 2006
Food Cart Business Franchises for P15,000 Up
From generation to generation, each Filipino was instilled the value of studying hard so they may get a college degree and be a part of a good and stable company that pays their employees well. Being part of a good company, particularly those in the Top 1000 Companies, and moving one’s career up on the corporate ladder have helped in the finances.
While corporate success has been the pride and joy of each family and individual, the current economic situation in the Philippines requires a new way of thinking. While it is good to be a part of a well-paying company, it also important that one has a back-up plan should the company he’s/she’s with should close.
During the late 80’s and the rest of the 90’s, a new industry blossomed and helped thousands become a success on their own term… the Multi-Level Marketing Industry. These types of companies have promised individuals that they can and will be millionaires in a short span of time as they build their networks. As the new century unfolds, another industry emerged and offered Filipinos a new perspective on how they can be masters of their financial triumph… the Franchising Industry. This type of business is ideal for people who are testing the waters of owning and just starting their own business.
Established 3rd Quarter of 2005, SUPER VALUE FRANCHISE CONCEPTS, INCORPORATED (SVFCI) has merged the best of both industries - Multi-Level Marketing and Franchising, thus, creating an innovative way to fan the flames of the Filipino Entrepreneurial Spirit.
The company offers an array of profitable franchising opportunities without the need of high initial investments.
the SVFCI multi-level marketing system brings their business and their products closer to the people and to wider market.
the SVFCI multi-level marketing system gives them the opportunity to start and grow a business with minimal investment. The system also helps them maintain the business effectively to promote growth for the franchisee as well as for their business.
Fort-Am Bldg. #170 Pasig Blvd. Ext., Brgy. Bagong Ilog, Pasig City, PHILIPPINES
Telephone No: (632) 747-0268
You may also contact Ms. Liza Presnillo to redirect all inquiries and be assisted accordingly.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Office no. 7470268 (Look for Liza)
Mobile Number: 0919-3785677
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Char said this on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:08:00 AM
The food cart business is a real great thing. I don't see what's bad in great diverse tastes, low cost food and great people. I sure prefer it over any fast food restaurant in the local mall.
franchise business in the philippines said this on Thursday, September 01, 2011 12:45:00 PM
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