17-anyos na taga-Cavite na kumikita ng P150K kada buwan dahil sa kanyang negosyong kangkong chips, viral

17-anyos na taga-Cavite na kumikita ng P150K kada buwan dahil sa kanyang negosyong kangkong chips, viral

- A 17-year-old teenager from Cavite, Josh Mojica, has gone viral because of the business he set up himself

- Mojica said he started with only P3K capital and after gaining many customers, he said his business earns around P5K daily, or around P150K per month

- He revealed he sells his product through Facebook and an online shop, with the financial aspect of his business being handled by his parents as he is still a minor

- The teenager was also featured last year on the official Twitter page of Sen. Ping Lacson

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A 17-year-old Caviteño is making waves online primarily because of his successful kangkong chips business and also for setting a good example for many teenagers his age.

17-anyos na taga-Cavite na kumikita ng P150K kada buwan dahil sa kanyang negosyong kangkong chips, viral
Photo: Josh Mojica (@jhelocvm)
Source: Facebook

Josh Mojica might not have expected months ago that he would reach this far when he was just starting out with his business.

In a report by Esquire Magazine Philippines, Mojica revealed that his business is only six months old but it is already earning around P5K daily or a whooping P150K per month.

He also revealed that he started out his Kangkong Chips Original with a capital of P3K in June of 2021, with all of his capitalization coming from his own savings.

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A report by Philippine Star quoted Mojica saying that after six months, his business flourished.

Today it helps him earn enough to pitch in with household expenses, as well as hire ten of his “barkadas” to work for him, Latestchika.com reported.

“Ngayon po halos lahat po ng tropa ko, bale mga 10 na po sila,” Mojica said when asked about his workers.

He said that his parents take care of the financial aspect of his business as he is still a minor.

His business was so successful that even presidential candidate Sen. Ping Lacson had noticed him.

Last year, Mojica was featured in a post from the official Twitter account of Sen. Ping, which talked about “delicious kangkong” chips that they gave away as part of their Christmas basket.

Josh Mojica is a 17-year-old business entrepreneur from Mendez, Cavite. He is the brainchild behind the phenomenal Kangkong Chips Original. At present, he is a senior high school student at the Saint Augustine School-Mendez.

Stories that inspire almost always end up being viral. Filipinos love stories that make them feel that they are not alone or something that they can easily relate to. In one story, an 83-year-old grandmother sought the help of a rider and asked for food. She was already very hungry, which was why she went to the rider and asked for P5. She then thanked the kindhearted rider for the help rendered.

Another grandmother was praised by netizens after she was seen going around, selling her own handcrafted crocheted products. At her age, she still manages to sell products, and it is something that others could draw strength from.

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