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Richard Sing-sing STEM 3- Capricorn

Amiel L. Melendez

GoPro and Redbull
GoPro doesn't just sell portable cameras, and Red Bull doesn't just sell
energy drinks. Instead, both have established themselves as lifestyle brands
-- in particular, a lifestyle that's action-packed, adventurous, fearless, and
usually pretty extreme. These shareG those surrounding action sports.


San Miguel Corporation (PSE: SMC) is a Filipino multinational publicly

listed conglomerate holding company. It is the largest publicly listed food, beverage and
packaging company in Southeast Asia as well as the Philippines' largest corporation in terms of
revenue, with over 17,000 employees in over 100 major facilities throughout the Asia-Pacific
Petron Corp. (PSE: PCOR) is the largest oil refining and marketing company in the Philippines,
supplying more than a third of the countrys oil requirements. It operates a refinery in Limay,
Bataan, with a rated capacity of 180,000 barrels per day (29,000 m3/d). From the refinery, Petron
moves their products mainly by sea to 32 depots and terminals in the country. They operate a
lube oil blending plant at their Pandacan Terminal, where it manufactures lubes and greases.

Kailan a cooperative in Ilocos Sur, Philippines established in 2000 with 1 branch in Candon
City, Ilocos Sur.

Cebu CFI Community Cooperative, a multi-purpose cooperative based in Cebu City,

Philippines with over 16 branches and 33 satellite offices all over the country established in

Sole Proprietorship
Jollibee Foods Corporation (also called JFC, and popularly known as Jollibee) is
a Filipino multinational chain of fast food restaurants based in Pasig, Philippines. JFC is the
owner of the popular fast food brand Jollibee, dubbed as Asia's answer to McDonald's in the fast
food business.
With the success of its flagship brand, JFC acquired some of its competitors in the fast food
business in the Philippines and abroad such as Chowking, Greenwich Pizza, Red Ribbon, Mang
Inasal, and Burger King Philippines. As of January 2015, JFC had a total of more than 3,000
stores worldwide, with system-wide retail sales totaling 82.1 billion pesos for the 2011 fiscal
Mang Inasal-The company was started by Edgar Sia, who owned his first business at the age of
twenty. Sia engaged in the food business at twenty-six years of age, opening the first Mang
Inasal branch in December 2003 at the Robinsons Mall Carpark in Iloilo City. The restaurant was
an instant success, despite stiff competition from other, more established grilled-food restaurants.
The chain opened its first branches within the Visayan region, then expanded to
neighboring Mindanao to the south before spreading to Metro Manila. Thereafter, the company
started franchising in 2005. By 2008, Mang Inasal had opened 23 restaurants, with ten being
In October 2010, 70% of Mang Inasal was acquired by Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC), for 3
billion ($68.8 million).[3] In April 2016, JFC (Jollibee Food Corporation) acquired the remaining
30% previously belonging to Injap Investment which is owned by Inasal's founder.