Judy Ann Santos Revelations About Her Business Amid Pandemic

What has Judy Ann Santos done to keep her business afloat?

JUDY ANN SANTOS – Drama queen Judy Ann Santos shares state of her business amid the pandemic and what she did to keep it afloat.

The pandemic spared no one and greatly affected most of us such as losing jobs, deaths of thousands, closing down of numerous businesses permanently, many others. The pandemic has also revealed how far a leader can go to protect and serve the people and their ways of handling the worst of situations. And as for Judy Ann Santos, although the pandemic has affected her restaurant business, she’s still able to keep it afloat and this is how she did it.

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The drama queen has multiple food business and her passion to make food for the people around her and her family has led her to do Judy Ann’s Kitchen channel on YouTube where she shares her delicious recipes and specialties. She has the fear of doing this at first as she’s not quite confident over her communication skills talking alone in front of a camera without any script or any instructions to follow. However, she was able to make it through and her videos are actually gathering millions of views already.

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Her channel under the direction of her husband Ryan Agoncillo is actually her way to also challenge herself and validate her skills to be able to do it alone being the one in front of the camera and lead a show without a network or script to consider. And having business in time of the pandemic, she’s also affected just like everyone else but she worked hard to make sure that her employees don’t lose their jobs in this trying times.


“Kasi pag nasa food business ka sa gitna ng pandemya, ayaw mo madagdagan yung mga taong walang trabaho. So basically, we thought let’s keep on going hanggang mahanap natin yung sweet spot as long as may ipapa-suweldo tayo at may pambayad ng monthly bills,” she shared.

They have conditioned and made themselves contented to whatever they got, may it be a small income or nothing at all as long as no one will be terminated. She understand how life became harder with COVID-19 and she never wanted to make anyone from her employees to suffer.

She shared, “Kung ano yung kikitain natin kahit maliit okay na din. Kung walang kikitain okay lang din basta wala tayong empleyadong tatanggalin or whatever kasi ang hirap na ng buhay as it is. So that’s what happened.”


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