in photo: Mr. Pantaleon Prado Jr., the owner of Prado’s Bakery

Successful outcome reflects hard work and perseverance: the Prado’s Bakery Story

The COVID-19 pandemic indeed affected lives and various establishments, such as small businesses managed by local business owners. It has been a challenge for everyone to keep their businesses fully operational since restrictions such as enhanced community quarantine and total lockdown were implemented for a long period of time. Despite the challenges brought by this continue reading : Successful outcome reflects hard work and perseverance: the Prado’s Bakery Story

in photo: Ribbon cutting ceremony of Dingras Empananda.

“A Labor of Love” (Success Story of Dingras Food House)

Dingras Food House is a budding enterprise owned by Mr. Jay Gibson Eronico, a seafarer-turned-entrepreneur, from the City of Dasmariñas, Cavite. The name “Dingras” was inspired by Mr. Eronico’s birthplace, Dingras, Ilocos Norte, which he considers a “comfort place.” The goal of the business was to provide “comfort food” to people deprived by the quarantine continue reading : “A Labor of Love” (Success Story of Dingras Food House)

Success story fresh from the oven: The Lea’s Special Uraro Cookies Journey

Marinduque’s business scene is full of success stories passed down from generation to generation. Regio’s family is not a stranger to that narrative with the birth of Lea’s Special Uraro Cookies. Four years before their small business was established, Mrs. Felisa Regio, the nurturer of the Regio family, was already making arrowroot cookies and selling continue reading : Success story fresh from the oven: The Lea’s Special Uraro Cookies Journey