Jan 27, 2015

HISTORY OF AWARDS

1975
First to become the Jollibee outlet was when Mr. Tony Tan and his family opened a Magnolia Ice cream parlor at Cubao.

1978
•Birth of Jollibee Foods Corporation 
•Jollibee Foods Corporation is incorporated as a 100% Filipino Company
•Bakery is established in Cubao
•Jollibee posts first year sales of P2 million 

1979
•Introduction of Spaghetti Special 
•At Ronquillo Sta. Cruz, the first franchised owned store was opened 

1980
•First TV commercial was launched by Jollibee 
•Chickenjoy and French Fries are launched by Jollibee.
•Introduction of Jollibee mascot debuts

Source: HISTORY OF AWARDS


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Jan 23, 2015

The Filipino-made Salamander amphibious tricycle



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The Filipino-made Salamander amphibious tricycle

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The Filipino-made Salamander amphibious tricycle

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Jan 21, 2015

“Simple Money Making System Na Makakatulong Sa’yo Para Kumita NgP25,000, P50,000 up to P100,000 na Extra Income Every Month Starting TODAY”

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Jollibee inks master franchise deal for Dunkin' Donuts in China

JOLLIBEE FOODS Corp., the country’s largest fast food chain, on Friday said it will pour an initial investment of $18 million to own and operate Dunkin’ Donuts stores in China, through a joint venture with Asian investment firm RRJ Capital.

“The Dunkin’ Donuts deal provides us with an excellent opportunity to operate and expand one of the leading global coffee chain brands in the 2nd largest economy in the world,” Jollibee told the Philippine Stock Exchange.

“The projected sales and profit and loss in the first three years are not expected to be significant since the first few years will be focused on developing and building the store model and economics.”

Jollibee’s and RRJ’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Jollibee Worldwide Pte. Ltd. and Jasmine Asset Holding Ltd., respectively, signed a joint venture agreement on Friday, with the former having a 60% stake and the RRJ group, 40%. Read More:
Source: http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Corporate&title=jollibee-forms-joint-venture-for-dunkin&rsquo-donuts-deal-in-china&id=99941

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Fast food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. will soon operate popular US baked goods and coffee chain Dunkin’ Donuts in China.





Fast food giant Jollibee Foods Corp. will soon operate popular US baked goods and coffee chain Dunkin’ Donuts in China.
In a disclosure to the stock exchange, JFC said its subsidiary Jollibee Worldwide is teaming up with Jasmine Asset Holding Ltd. to form a company to own and operate the Dunkin’ Donuts chain in China.
Jasmine Asset Holding is a subsidiary of Asia-based investment firm RRJ Capital.
Under the joint venture agreement, Jollibee Worldwide will own 60% of the business, while 40% will be owned by Jasmine.
Jollibee and Jasmine have committed to investing up to $300 million in the joint venture company. Of the amount, Jollibee Worldwide will contribute up to $180 million.
Jollibee Worldwide will also be directly responsible for handling the Dunkin’ Donuts business’ day-to-day operations in China.
Jollibee and Jasmine have also agreed to execute a master franchise agreement with Dunkin’ Donuts once the joint venture company is formed. READ  MORE. . . . . . 
Source: https://aveasia.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/philippines-jollibee-to-own-operate-dunkin-donuts-brand-in-china/

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Gov’t makes full award of reissued 20-year T-bonds


MANILA, Philippines - The government made yesterday a full award of reissued 20-year Treasury bonds as the debt paper fetched lower yields on hopes of continued drop in inflation.
The Bureau of the Treasury sold P25 billion worth of bonds, maturing in March 2033, at an average rate of 3.855 percent. The yield was 124 basis points lower than the previous rate of 5.095 percent and below secondary market trading levels.
The bonds, with a remaining life of 18.2 percent, attracted a total of P73.46 billion worth of bids from banks, nearly three times the offer size of P25 billion. See More.....
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Gov’t makes full award of reissued 20-year T-bonds


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Jan 9, 2015

WORKING HARD vs. WORKING SMART



WORKING HARD vs. WORKING SMART: The Story of Pablo and Bruno. This video talks about Financial Freedom through leverage, a form of “working smart attitude.” View this as many times as possible so that the lessons would sink in. Thank you!


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Guide to Silkscreen Printing Business

The heart of the process involves a fine mesh or screen that is tightly stretched around a rigid frame. The areas that are not to be printed are masked out on the screen. To create the print, the framed screen is positioned over the item to be printed along with a dollop of thick ink. A squeegee is then used to press the ink through the screen. The masked areas prevent ink from passing through, but the unmasked areas allow the ink to be imprinted on the material. If more colors are desired in the final design, the process is repeated with different screens. Therefore, a design that requires four different colors would require four different screens.

There are a variety of ways that the screen can be masked. The most straightforward way is to apply masking fluid directly on the screen. This technique is suitable for simple one or two color graphics but is ineffective for more complex prints. For multicolor jobs, screen-printers often use photosensitive emulsions to create the masked areas. First, the design is created on a clear piece of plastic film. Meanwhile, a photosensitive coating is applied to the entire surface of the screen and then dried. The film is placed on the prepared screen and they are exposed to bright light. After a period of time, the exposed areas can be washed off the screen with water which makes the screen ready to print.

Silk screen printing can be done on t-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, stickers, binders, and much more. This opportunity is great a person looking for a second income. Everyone owns a shirt, so why not make money from it. Screen printing or silkscreening is a printing technique particularly suited for flat or relatively flat surfaces. The part that is to be printed is made up of silk, nylon or a stainless-steel mesh. Ink can pass through this area but not through the other part of the stencil which is contained inside a frame.

The photo on the right displays the most basic components of a single color screen printing setup. The screen is tightly stretched around the frame which in this case is made out of wood; the blue emulsion is dried on the screen and serves as the mask. The squeegee is nothing more than a strip of rigid rubber mounted in a wooden handle. To begin the screen printing process, the operator positions the screen directly on top the item to be printed.

Next, ink is be applied to the area directly above the unmasked logo, and the squeegee is used to press the ink through to the substrate. As the operator firmly presses down with the squeegee, it is slid along the surface to ensure that ink penetrates through all areas of the unmasked logo. If additional colors are required, the process is repeated with additional screens. When finished, the screen is removed and the printed item is ready for curing.

Basic materials can be purchased at any bookstores. Plain white cotton shirt can be purchased wholesale in Divisoria or any other malls. Estimated price for the materials to print 1 dozen t-shirts: P1,400
Silkscreen (Note: A silkscreen costs P1,000+, but they can be used up to thousand times depending on your care of them. You can change images as often as you need).
Emulsion (coating you put on a screen in order to place the image in the silkscreen)
Plastic tape
Ink
1 dz plain T-shirt

Estimated cost price is P 116/shirt which you can sell for P150-175. Remember art work is a separate charge and is extra profit if you do the art work your self.

Silkscreen printing is not limited to just t-shirts. This process will work on many different items like Sweatshirts, Aprons, Tote Bags, Lunch Bags, Muscle Shirts, Mouse Pads, Jackets, Vinyl Binders, Tiles, Flags and Signs

For more info, check the following sites:
Very Basic Instruction
How to Expose Photo Emulsion for Silk Screen Printing
How to Print a Single-Color Silk Screen
How to Build a Printing Unit for Silk-Screening
Learn how to silkscreen

Source: http://www.mixph.com/2010/12/guide-to-silkscreen-printing-business.html 


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