In partnership with Shopify and PLDT Home Biz, Maya Business presents “Scale Up: The Show,” the newest local series featuring 15 Filipino entrepreneurs going head-to-head for a chance to break out and ramp up their business.
Viewers will be treated to the amazing journey of the founders of Tatumi Arts and Crafts, Dimension Artisan Chocolate, Diwa Leather Crafts, AnthroServ Inc., RDC Convenience Store, Extreme Car Wash and Detailing, Jhopay Curbi Salon, Justine Kent B. Faustino (fitness supplements brand), The Art of Mar (stationery shop), Oh La. La. Crepe Cakes, Le Petit Bouquet Manille, Cactus and Canvas PH, Klik Media Group, GFF Bath Essentials, Ili Likhaan Ceramics.
In every episode, these inspiring entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to present and get valuable advice from business mentors Boozy Co-Founder & CEO Miguel Guerrero, Tiny Buds Co-founder Lorin Tan, and Maya Chief Marketing Officer Pepe Torres.
Among the 15 entrepreneurs, five will be chosen as finalists and they will be granted P150,000 seed capital. From the five finalists, the Scale Up winner will receive the grand prize of P500,000, together with mentorship and support from Maya Business.
Scale Up: The Show teaser: https://www.facebook.com/ONENewsPH/videos/455460309342493
“Scaling up is one of the biggest challenges for small business owners. At Maya, we’re addressing this by providing payment tools, business management solutions, easier access to capital, and a wider market through our ecosystem. Filipinos are naturally entrepreneurial, and we hope to inspire other aspiring business owners to make their move with Maya Business so they can grow their businesses further,” said Pepe Torres, Chief Marketing Officer of Maya.
As the all-in-one growth partner of enterprises in the Philippines, Maya Business provides entrepreneurs with convenient digital payment solutions and banking services under one integrated platform.
For example, MSMEs using Shopify can avail of the Maya Checkout Plugin for seamless payment acceptance of credit, debit, and prepaid cards as well as e-wallets. They can use Maya Disbursements for their employee payroll and supplier payments.
The six “Scale Up: the Show” episodes will air every 7PM on July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, and August 22. Catch them on the One News Facebook page and get inspired by the modern entrepreneurs’ passion, hard work, and possibilities with Maya Business.
Maya Business is the leading digital payments processor in the Philippines, enabling all types of businesses to accept online and face-to-face payments. It is powered by the country’s only end-to-end digital payments company, PayMaya Philippines, and Maya Bank for digital banking services. For more information and updates from the country’s all-in-one money platform, visit maya.ph.