Filipino celebrities are some of the most handsomely-paid individuals in the land. However, in this economy, no one can really be sure of the future even with such impressive paychecks. This is why we should all take a page or two from these Filipino celebrities’ books. See, they took advantage of their good pay to invest.
Most noteworthy, these Pinoy stars are the proud owners of their own business ventures! Check out this list to see if your idol is on so you could properly support their shot at entrepreneurship!
1. Nash Aguas
It’s certainly impressive to know that former child star Nash Aguas already has his own business.
His Japanese restaurant venture, Muramen, is in Sampaloc, Manila.
2. Paul Salas
Starstruck almunus Paul Salas is part owner of the Travelbean coffee shop in Mother Ignacia, Quezon City.
3. Kathryn Bernardo
Of course, Kathryn is one of the most affluent actresses of her generation. Instead of spending all her money on luxurious items, she invested in a nail salon!
Kathnails just opened last May!
4. Julia Montes
Ever since Julia started to star in primetime TV series, she hasn’t run out of new projects. As a result, she opened the Julia Montes salon. How impressive is that?
5. Maine Mendoza
Another one of the most successful Filipino celebrities right now is the phenomenal Maine Mendoza. Being the smart girl that she is, she chose to invest in a high-gain, low-risk venture — having her own Mcdonald’s franchise.
6. Alden Richards
Alden is a part owner of Concha’s Garden Cafe. The other half of the AlDub loveteam also owns his very own garden-themed restaurant in Tagaytay.
7. Valeen Montenegro
As a dance enthusiast, Valeen and her boyfriend became part owners M Dance Studio in Makati.
8. Martin del Rosario
The handsome young man is super hands-on in his entrepreneurial venture called Bunker at the Armory. He is both the owner and CEO. He handles it all: marketing, promotions, and operations. If you’re lucky and visit this place you might even catch him tending the bar!
9. Shaina Magdayao
Shaina co-owns a local branch of Engineering for kids. It is a franchise of a United States-founded educational institution targeted for kids aged 4-14.
10. Alyssa Gibbs
This sensational young woman is the co-founder of Neon Island. It is an online-distributed clothing line selling hand-printed clothes.
SOURCES: Philippines Reports | Blogspot
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