Filtrepreneur | Foodcart Franchise Adventure

I met with Iris and Gabriel yesterday. They accompanied me to Filtrepreneur Office located along Annapolis St. in Greenhills, just beside National Bookstore. I made it to Ortigas before 2pm, and I was supposed to meet up with Ms. Em at 2pm LOL! Blame it on the rain! Iris didn’t make it on time as well for the same reason. But Gabriel? Oh well, what’s new, he’s always late!!!! Grrrrr! I had to call Ms. Em to re-sched the meeting at 4pm, glad she was not tied up with other clients. After my late lunch with my two Plurk and Blog buddies {let’s not forget PPF hehe!} in Robinson’s Galleria we went to Greenhills and there, as how Iris called it – we had our Foodcart Adventure hahaha! Started with the food tasting {Pinoy Pao}…

Then proceeded to the orientation/introduction of the products. Look at me, listening attentively! It was for real, I was really focused on Ms. Em’s explanations, while my two buddies seated next to me were busy taking photos and food tasting LOL!

Evidence? Here you go…

Even when I threw questions to Ms Em, Iris was able to capture them hahaha! I look funny here!

No, it isn’t finalized yet, I still need to check on the procedure of getting the permit and checking the targeted location for the foodcart tomorrow.

By the way, Nelle, just to give you an idea on the sales, here’s the projected sales given by them:

I would suggest that you take a relative first if you’re not available to look after the selling. Coz even if they had given the above, we’re still not sure if the biz would do good. I, myself, do not know anything about biz matters and I’m obviously taking the risk hehe! I still have not decided which one to take, but Pinoy Pao is my top choice so far. Love the siomai, it’s really good! Right Iris and Gab? Pero may sasarap pa ba sa kasoy? Hahaha!

Photo credits : Iris of Aeirin Collections
More photos here.

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  1. Akala ko matutulog ka na, panay comment mo? Sumasagot naman ako haha!

    Oh? Di ba kayo? Joke!

    Next time malaking garapon na ang dala ko. Ngapala, nagsumbong si gab, ikaw daw umubos ng kasoy nya, tas yung sayo sinilid mo daw sa bag mo. LOL!


  2. hi mitch..anong cart etoh? I tried tripping on cart food at st. francis square. it was a noodle from china with a siomai topping. i can’t remember what it’s called. ang daming kumain dun.. nakapila.

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  3. Hey Mitch, thanks ha. I saved the chart na and bookmarked the site. I’m really looking for another business to start up. Kelan mo ba balak umpisahan to? Maybe I’ll just wait for you so that I’ll know for sure how it’ll work.. hehe.. personal experience ba. lol Nga pala, magkano naman ang SRP ng Pinoy Pao? mukha ngang masarap. hehe

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  4. Hanap pa akong location eh. Good thing nga nakita ko yung pwesto ng distributor dito, at least I can save the delivery fees ng supplies, if ever.

    Yung SRP ng Siomai ata nasa P26 {4 pcs} iba iba kasing flavor eh, pati sa Siopao din.

    Masarap talaga yung Siomai.


  5. mukha ngang masarap yung siomai. hehe.. Talaga, good luck sa paghahanap ng location. Malakas kaya yan sa near school site, marami naman kasi tao dun diba.
    Good thing nahanap mo yung supplier, mas convinient for orders.

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  6. Nice, good luck to that hey. Maganda talaga pag sa school or any public place na crowded. 🙂

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  7. I met with one of the franchise consultants & paid for a 2-in-1 food cart. Also paid extra P2500 for the site assistance. Will attend the franchise seminar this weekend & follow up on the location status. Good luck to us.


  8. Hi Mitch! I’m Faye Raborar, a student from UP Diliman, currently doing a study for my class regarding the performance of Filtrepreneur. I’d like to ask if you’ve established your business already. Also, how is it doing right now? Did it meet your expectations? Is there anything you wish to be improved?

    I hope you can leave me an email. I will much appreciate all the help that you can provide.Thank!


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