In “My Puhunan” this Wednesday (May 7), broadcast journalist Karen Davila shows the restaurant of Erich, who will share what she’s learned from venturing into the food business and tips for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Karen also details how 75-year-old entrepreneur Leticia Uy started over and became a multi-millionaire after her first bakeshop was razed by a fire.
Letty only finished grade four, but when she was 19, she learned how to bake and immediately started selling pilipit, a twisted native pastry. Her perseverance eventually led to business success when she started her first bakeshop, which was later ravaged by a fire.
Unfazed by the accident, Letty made a fresh start by selling pastries. Using her savings, she put up NE Quality Bakeshop in the 1970s. Now, Letty owns three malls and different restaurants, one of which is located in California, USA.
Tomorrow (May 6) in “Mutya ng Masa,” Doris Bigornia puts the spotlight on Ronald Sabidan, a swimmer in the Philippine Paralympic team. One of Ronald’s legs had to be amputated after a motorcycle accident, which changed his life overnight. Formerly carefree, Ronald ventured into sports and already won medals at the ASEAN Para Games.
Don’t miss “My Puhunan” this Wednesday (May 7), and “Mutya ng Masa” tomorrow (May 6), 4 PM on ABS-CBN. For updates, follow @mypuhunan and @MutyaNgMasa on Twitter or like www.facebook.com/MyPuhunan and www.facebook.com/MutyaNgMasa.