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Pinoytrepreneurs Expo to showcase 50 Filipino-owned small businesses this June 4

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Jason Cordi
Jason Cordi
Editor-in-Chief, The Philippine Times

The Pinoytrepreneurs: Small Business Expo 2.1 will be held for the second time this year on Sunday, 4 June 2023 from 9am-6pm at Bunjil Place, Narre Warren, Victoria. This is a free event which welcomes Filipinos from around Melbourne to come and support over 50 Filipino owned businesses who will be showcasing their products and services. The event is organised by AMPED Marketing Project which is managed by the Atayde family – Azriel, Rozele, Jennifer and Audwin, and is sponsored by The Philippine Times and Finemarks Education and Migration Services.

Due to huge public demand from the community and the business owners, a mid-year expo was organised. The main aim of the Pinoytrepreneurs Expo is to help business owners grow to their fullest potential by creating a positive and supportive community of entrepreneurs.

This is the third expo that the organisers are putting together. “We would like to foster a safe environment for the entrepreneurs and provide support to whatever things they may need,” states Jennifer Atayde. With now almost a hundred members, there is a vast knowledge that can be shared amongst the businesses, big or small. “Owning and running a business can be a lonely journey, but with the community that we all helped build, businesses does not have to be alone anymore. We are so grateful with the many collaborations that have happened since the Pinoytrepreneurs started,” Jennifer added. 

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The Expo will take place at Bunjil Place, located at 2 Patrick NE Dr, Narre Warren. Free parking is available.

Pinoytrepreneurs flyer

Here is the list of businesses that will be at the upcoming Expo:

Clothes/Accessories

  • Ajade’s Boutique
  • Ariah and Co
  • Barong at Bestida
  • Bellizzima Online Shop
  • Jean’s Kikay Central
  • Lilian Bermudez Bridal & Formal
  • Okiru
  • Rosie’s Boutique
  • Shop to the Max
  • Tiangge Downunder
  • Tigerluxe
  • Unfiltered

Food

  • Asian Pantry
  • Breea’s Buchi
  • ChezArv Cake & Desserts
  • Frontrow
  • Ivy’s Homemade Chilli Oil
  • Jen Bakes
  • Judith’s Sweet Creations
  • May’s Kitchen
  • Purple Yum
  • Simple Dining
  • Sweet Pills by Chloe
  • The Weekend Ensaymada
  • Tindero
  • Tita Incha

Services/Other

  • 9Frames
  • Acez Blinds and Curtains
  • Aling Maliit
  • Black Sparrow
  • Caring Hearts In-Home Help
  • Cat Bell Photography
  • Celestine Gifts and Creations
  • Chenvel
  • Classy Eyebrows
  • Cleaningly
  • DCI Construction
  • DJ Manuel Ponce
  • Goddess Beauty
  • Gymbassy
  • IPBIC Real Estate
  • Jose Giovanni Castillo Photography
  • Juan Carlo Miranda
  • Kish Kreations
  • Lente by JVG
  • LuxeEvents by Berna
  • Luxepoint Brows and Beauty
  • Motivationalee
  • Rockstar Photobooth
  • Skin 365
  • SkinHaven
  • Starlegends Adventures
  • TDG Photo/Video
  • Ukit Designs
  • VM Consultancy and Visa Services Australia
Jason Cordi
Jason Cordi
Editor-in-Chief, The Philippine Times

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