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Beebeelee is a 100% Filipino-owned digital marketplace that provides patrons ease in shopping and ensuring a quality, safe and secure transactions. Embracing and elevating Filipino goods and local entrepreneurs is Beebeelee’s edge in the eCommerce platform.
Every March 8, we celebrate the International Women’s Day and the remainder of the month is the International Women’s Month. The essence of this month-long event is more than just about protesting for equal gender rights but a celebration of womanhood. In the Philippines, big and small businesses are led by women from kiosks to corporations. Resilience and versatility are just two of the qualities women naturally possess and do in whatever path they take. This month, Beebeelee reached out to three women who are their own boss. They’re definitely the definition of a Girl Boss!
The Bare Face Project & Alloallo
Juno Alexis Rosales is the proprietor of the Bare Face Project. Rosales’ Bare Face Project prioritizes on a wide array of skincare products like Mizon which is a well-known Korean beauty and skincare brand. Along with that, she also has Alloallo, a brand that focuses on selling quality baby & kids clothing. Growing up in a business-focused environment, business has always been a part of her DNA. Work and life balance is the message that she wants to share with every woman and mom out there.
Ever heard of an online personal fashion stylist? Well, that was a dream realized and fulfilled by Abbie Victorino. Abbie Victorino is the founder and CEO of StyleGenie, a special fashion service that caters to everyone. StyleGenie wants to help anyone out there who doesn’t have the time to shop. They also curate clothes for their clients who are having a hard time deciding what clothes to buy that fits their personality. Victorino’s StyleGenie is a first here in the Philippines. What they aim to do is for more people to feel confident and beautiful in the clothes they’re wearing.
Coined from the Filipino term ‘to create’, Likha is a clothing brand that is proudly Filipino. Ansel Sy, the founder and lead designer of Likha believes in our Filipino designers and their homegrown talents. Likha’s edge among the others is that they design clothes that can be styled in different ways and perfect for any type of occasion and event. Ansel wants Filipinas to feel comfortable and confident in what they’re wearing that’s why their designs are versatile to cater to the wearer’s liking.
These women are the epitome that any business idea can be a reality, no matter how out-of-the-box their ideas or how challenging life may be. Beebeelee Entrepinoy highlights the stories and the products of each brand. More than just the celebration of womanhood, we also celebrate the products and the ideas they put out in the world.
Happy Women’s Month to All Our Beebeeladies!
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