In celebration of International Women’s Day, here are the success storied of four Pinay through YouTube
Here the stories of success of four Filipinas through video-sharing platform YouTube as a celebration of International Women’s Day.
These four women prove their valuable contribution for the welfare of their families.
Food cart owner AUDREY
Through searching “how to cook fishball sauce” on YouTube, she was able to put up her own food cart. From a simple housewife she is now an entrepreneur in Cuenca, Batangas.
Aside from fishball, Audrey is planning to expand her small business. She is now learning how the recipes of hamburgers, tacos
Creative self-taught DIY extraordinaire JOSEPHINE
Josephine’s attention caught by do-it-yourself (DIY) videos on YouTube when her kids introduced them to her. That was the time when they were renovating their house and her creative juices suddenly kept on pouring.
Now, she knows how to decorate every corner of their home, from their stools to their garden pots. The mother/barangay marshall/health worker aims to turn her new-found hobby into a business.
Arts and handicrafts expert LAUREN MAE
As a young mother, Lauren Mae, 24, decided to stop working to focus on taking care of her baby. However, she found new ideas on YouTube for business that she wants to put up.
Lauren Mae saw DIY videos featuring crochet, aside from cooking videos that are ideal for business. Through these, she now knows how to crochet cups and bags, miniature shoes, DIY giveaways, and even homemade ice cream.
Beauty parlor owner ANTONETH
Ever since, Antoneth’s dream is to put up her own salon. In spite of not having enough resources, she continued to pursue her dream.
Through tutorial videos on YouTube, she is able to learn the latest trends in nail art, hairstyles, and makeup. Antoneth is still finding new inspirations to improve her salon services through the video-sharing platform, based on Philstar’s report.
Happy International Women’s Day!