- They might be young, but these celebs proved that being an entrepreneur doesn’t come with age
- They are becoming an inspiration to the youth when it comes to spending their money wisely
- Here are five young stars who started a business in 2017
KAMI learned that these 5 young celebrities have opened their new owned business this year. PUSH previously reported about this. Starting early gives you the advantage to afford “failures.” Being a young Filipino entrepreneur, when a business does not go as planned, gives you the privilege to rise back up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.
But these young celebs doesn't look like they're afraid of failure. They put their money in the right way to have a secured future. We all know that "fame" don't last forever so they did the right decision. But remember that not every business idea is gold, and not all start-up companies grow to become conglomerates.
Here are five young stars who started a business in 2017:
1. Nash Aguas
Nash Aguas opened a Japanese restaurant last July with his friends and hi former co-star in "Goin' Bulilit" Carl Barrameda. The first branch of "Muramen" just opened at KB LEPANTO bldg. Loyola St., corner G. Tolentino. Since their soft opening, they are always sold out, indicating Nash’s business success. "Kasi sobra kami ni Carl mahilig sa Japanese food, especially ramen. So kami ni Carl at 'yung friends namin... kami 'yung nagbuo ng Muramen," he said.
2. Kathryn Bernardo
Kathryn Bernardo opened her first nail salon on May and named it KathNails, inspired by the portmanteau her fans use pertaining to her love team with Daniel Padilla. Due to its success, Kath opened its second branch in November.
3. Daniel Padilla
The new gastropub District 8, which counts celebrities Daniel Padilla, Vice Ganda and James Yap among its owners, had its soft opening on August. Aside from the three celebrities, the other investors in the restaurant include Billy Crawford, Paul Artadi, Marc Pingris, Charlton Yu and former San Juan vice mayor Francis Zamora.
4. Liza Soberano
Liza Soberano launched her newest business venture called “HOPE Hand and Foot Wellness” in Quezon City on November 10. The actress remarked that more than building a wellness center, it is also the launch of her advocacy for wellness.
5. James Reid
With his passion for music and creativity, James launched his own music label this year called Careless Music Manila. “I don’t feel like a CEO really it’s just I now have the freedom to make whatever music I want to. And I’ve partnered with boss Vic (del Rosario) for this label but I have complete creative freedom with the music which is amazing, something I’ve always wanted,” he said.
KAMI wants to congratulate these young entrepreneurs! Good job!