Delia Santos was born and raised in Leyte. She went to Bulacan as a tailor to make ends meet for her family. She was determined to earn as much money as she could so she sold candies until she was able to save up P10,000. She opened a small retail store (sari-sari store) with a capital of P12,000 and it turned into P60,000 in a span of 10 months.
The biggest opportunity happened when one of her customers said that their peanut butter business was declaring bankruptcy. She took over the business and started dropping samples of Dhel's Peanut Butter to stores and hard selling her products for orders.
She said the business now earns an estimated P5 million in sales every month. Her advice to new entrepreneurs is to clear out their debts before starting any business ventures.
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