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Maya Business launches "Scale up: The Show" Entrepreneurial Contest

Maya Busines just launched a contest for Entrepreneurs who will have a chance to win PHP 500,000 as capital.
MAYA Business launches "Scale up: The Show" Entrepreneurial Contest
Maya's competition

Scale up: The Show contest launched!

The tournament is made in collaboration between Shopify, PLDT Home Biz, and Maya Business. This will comprise 15 Filipino Entrepreneurs who will compete against one another for a chance to have a breakout and grow their business.
The Investors
The Investors

Some successful business owners will share their journey with the viewers like the Founders of Tatumi Arts and Crafts, Dimension Artisan Chocolate, Diwa Leather Crafts, AnthroServ Inc., RDC Convenience Store, Extreme Car Wash and Detailing, Jhopay Curbi Salon, Justine Kent B. Faustino (fitness supplements brand), The Art of Mar (stationery shop), Oh La. La. Crepe Cakes, Le Petit Bouquet Manille, Cactus and Canvas PH, Klik Media Group, GFF Bath Essentials, Ili Likhaan Ceramics.

The participants will have the chance to present and receive helpful guides from business mentors Boozyy Co-Founder and CEO Miguel Guerrero, Tiny Buds Co-Founder Lorin Tan, and Maya Chief Marketing Officer Pepe Torres.
The contestants
The contestants

Only five participants will be chosen as finalists and be granted PHP 150,000 seed capital. Meanwhile, only one will be chosen as the Scale Up winner and will receive the grand prize of PHP 500,000 alongside mentorship and support from Maya Business.

Scaling up is one of the biggest challenges for small business owners. At Maya, were addressing this by providing payment tools, business management solutions, easier access to capital, and a wider market through our ecosystem. Filipinos are naturally entrepreneurial, and we hope to inspire other aspiring business owners to make their move with Maya Business so they can grow their businesses further, said Pepe Torres, Chief Marketing Officer of Maya.

Maya Business also added that as the all-in-one growth partner of enterprises in the Philippines, they want to provide business owners "convenient digital payment solutions and banking services all under one integrated platform".

MSMEs using Shopify, for instance, can use the Maya Checkout Plugin to accept credit, debit, and prepaid cards, as well as e-wallets. On the other hand, Maya Disbursements can be used for employee payroll and supplier payments.

For interested viewers, you may catch the series every 7 PM on July 18 and 25, August 1, 8, 15, and 22 on the One News Facebook page.

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