Young Leader employs PWD

- Advertisement (970x250 Desktop) -

How do you feel about this story?

Like
Love
Haha
Wow
Sad
Angry

This global health crisis is testing us. As what they say, if you can make it during this pandemic, you can make it anytime and anywhere.

Not all business leaders are just into business these days, the real leaders are exerting effort to help out the indigents and unknowingly shining more for their unconditional deeds.

- Advertisement (300x250) -

“Giving back to the community will always be a priority for us and I’m proud of that. Poverty is a serious challenge in the Philippines and
it frustrates me. I want to be someone who will change lives by helping them,”

– Avin Ong

Fredley Group of Companies is making sure that in spite of the challenges , the company’s social responsibility initiatives are fiercely important and making sure that’s well implemented.

Filipinos with disabilities are employed by the company and the Employee Rewards Program subsidises expenses and tuition fees for employees’ children.

The Fredley Foundation is providing education scholarships and, ultimately, roles and a career path within the group to the less fortunate.

Chairman and CEO of Fredley Group of Companies, Avin Ong, who is just only 29 and an accomplished entrepreneur,
with double MBAs, an honours degree from De La Salle University and global experience with Deutsche Bank isn’t afraid of taking risk since he started working at age seven for being so poor selling fruit shakes at the wet market.

Today, the company employs more than a thousand workers with the famous brand Macao Imperial Tea with 210 branches and also restaurants that includes Nabe Japanese Izakaya and Hot Pot, Mitasu Yakiniku, New York Fries & Dips and Liang Crispy Rolls.

www.fredleygroup.com

This article has been initially published last

What can you say about this story?

- Advertisement (300x250) -

What's the latest?

PAGEONE Spotlight

- Advertisement (970 x 250 Desktop) -