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She only had P1,500 to start with.
Running a business while in med school sounds like a lot to take on. But for first-year med student Sofie Andin, it's one way for her to stay connected to her love for the arts, and to keep growing as an artist.Sofie, 22, sculpts ...
At seventeen, life is daunting. More so when you’re running a business.
When I was 17, I was crying over an 85 on my report card. I wasn’t busy transforming my vision and passion to a women-empowering business.Cleorine Loque is, though. Last July 2019, when she was just starting Grade 11 of her senior ...
These handmade miniature food accessories are next on your shopping cart!
Remember those snacks from the tindahan across your school, where you buy soda in plastics with straws, or Kopiko for an instant energizer in the morning?Scher Padilla creates them from scratch—and turns them into tiny, super cute earrings or rings for you ...
It’s not easy to start a business.
The K-drama Start-Up just showed us how challenging starting and running a business is—and 21 year-old Kyla Cañete could not agree more. In May 2018, before she entered her first year of college, Kyla began Tala By Kyla (TBK) with nothing more than a ...
She shares, "I was denied promotions, applications in different agencies because they thought that taking up law will be an obstacle for me in fulfilling my job.”
Life’s got a lot of twists and turns, but if you just keep at it long enough, you’ll see all your hard work pay off. At least, that’s the case for Atty. Mae Diane Azores. In case you didn’t know, Atty. Azores, who ...
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