Totoy Tingi for President! A Hope for the Filipino People
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by: Ms. CPQ
June 12, 2023 Manila Philippines
www.mygroceryboy.com retail online launched its best potential.
Poverty in the Philippines is largely a cause of the underdevelopment and scarcity of new investments at community levels.
www.mygroceryboy.com was founded as a response to enriching the lives of communities by providing a platform to help themselves. As a digital social enterprise, our mission is to empower communities around the country.
Its portal www.mygroceryboy.com, operates its own online grocery in its communities. Using the app, each can manage their online store, their inventory, and orders from end consumers ... usually their kapitbahays or neighbors. Registration to the portal is free and the online store can be operated with zero or very limited capital. All one needs is to dedicate time and effort. Free online training is held on how to register and use the app and how to operate your own grocery.
The establishment of these online businesses will spur economic activities in the communities and in turn, generate services and employment opportunities for community dwellers such us pedicabs which can be utilized for delivery.
www.mygroceryboy.com is recognized by its mascot “Totoy Tingi"
“Totoy” in Filipino is a moniker for a boy ... often an all-around boy helper. "Tingi" is known in the Western World as sachet marketing or make it small, make it snappy, just in the nick of time selling tactic. The majority of Filipinos buy tingi on a daily basis or what-fits-the-cash-flow principle. Totoy symbolizes our mission to provide an alternative means for poor Filipinos to advance their lives economically and socially through an e-commerce supply-chain model for sari-sari stores and ambulant vendors, food cart vendors, and other similar micro-enterprises or even individuals looking to augment the family's income. We also aim to provide poor communities with huge savings by providing more affordable prices compared to large-format supermarkets and convenience stores.