Super sale millionaire

Super sale millionaire

by UA&P News Desk on December 6, 2010 - 12:09 pm

from Starweek Magazine, by Cheeko B. Ruiz

Little Crochet Clothes by sukigirl74 on Flickr under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Generic licenseMANILA, Philippines –  To make your millions by the time you’re 40, or after two decades of hard work, may not come as a surprise. But to be a business tycoon at say, 24, or barely two years after college? Now that’s incredible.

But then, there’s 24-year-old Audrey Ednacot, a fresh and young fashion designer who is currently showing the whole wide world that business, like love, certainly knows no age.

This Integrated Marketing Communications graduate from the University of Asia and the Pacific has three companies on her shoulders.

She is the chief operations officer of Quickstitch which supplies bags to department stores nationwide; vice president for marketing of ABCK Productions, also known as the SuperSale Bazaar series; and director for operations of Moonshine, a company created in 2007 and first marketed as an online shop on Multiply but has now ventured from mouse-click sales to the more tangible boutique experience and has opened shop at Archeology in the Power Plant Mall.

“I’ve always been into fashion. I started first with Moonshine with my super best friend Kato Chua and people liked our products and started ordering from us,” Audrey says. “I was still young, I guess 13 years old, but I already had this love affair with bags.”

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Photo: Little Crochet Clothes by sukigirl74 on Flickr under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Generic license
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