Netizens were truly moved upon learning the rags-to-riches story of Edmar Batac. As per the recent Facebook post of the magazine show, “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho,” this 31-year-old guy worked tirelessly to achieved his own sweet success. From wiping and shampooing each of his customers’ cars to make ends meet, he now has his own wheels and over 250 food carts all over the Philippines.
“Maaga akong nagbanat ng buto. Habang nag-aaral, lahat ng klase ng sideline ginawa ko. Nariyang nag-carwash boy ako para lang may maipambaon sa eskwela. Lahat ng pagsuok, nagsilbing inspirasyon sa akin para magtagumpay. Nagsumikap ako at hindi sumuko hanggang sa gumanda ang aking buhay.”
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Further probing into his inspiring story revealed that Edmar is was actually the recipient of the appellation “King of Frappe” for being the first-ever entrepreneur who introduced the idea of a food cart directly selling frappes. He showcased this concept in his own kiosk, “Foss Coffee,” which is continuously sprouting across the country.
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Given the juggernaut success of his frappe business, he presently stands as the CEO of his own company “Foss Coffee Kiosk (FCK) Franchising Corporation.” But prior to fulfilling his dreams for himself and for his family, this guy really did start out as “nobody.” Part of his humble beginnings was when he worked as a service crew at “Mr. Softy” and other multiple companies.
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Likewise, one of his business’ major advocacies is to impart his knowledge and experience through attending food and beverage expos. Moreover, the FCK Corporation launched 19 more food carts in 2017. These kiosks bear different concepts to cater to the plethora of the consumers’ choices.
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