Hapinoy: The Microfinanced Franchise Model

Hapinoy: The Microfinanced Franchise Model
Jason Tan
  • 8 july 2008

Sari-sari stores are make-shift local community convenience stores that serve the vast underprivileged majority of the Philippines. There are about 650,000 of them scattered around the nation and virtually all of them are individually owned. For years, ambitious local entrepreneurs have dreamed of consolidating this massive retail category. A bunch of them dreamed with a social conscience and are now finding success with a venture called Hapinoy.

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