Puregold - 3191 New Panaderos St., Sta. Ana, Manila City
The advent of one-stop shopping convenience began in 1998 when PUREGOLD opened its first branch along Shaw Blvd. in Mandaluyong City. The store offered a wide array of goods from groceries, apparel, household accessories and furniture at very affordable prices. During that time, the one-stop shopping philosophy was still a novel idea to consumers but with the excellent service and quality products it provided, it did not take long for Puregold to make its mark in the retail industry. Today, it has grown into a giant retail chain with more than 50 stores nationwide. - No. of branches:
Over 80 branches nationwide
- No. of Employees:
The first one stop establishment that is established at Sta. Ana
Unable to supply product regularly.
Innovative way in product distributions.
The other Business establishment like SM hyper market is penetrating the market. Convenient and accessible to all residences around Manila, and Mandaluyong.
Those product that is low in demand.
The markets is been surrounded by retailers or Small time business (Sari-Sari Stores).
The market is near at wet and dry markets. The customer’s loyalty to the establishment.
Unpredictable sales/Product quality.
The market ability to expand according to market needs,
Changing customer base in establishment.
Petron - #3150 New Panaderos St. cor. Castañeda St., Sta. Ana, Manila - History
Petron's history dates back to September 7, 1933 when the Socony Vacuum Oil Company of New York and the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey formed the Standard Vacuum Oil Company (Stanvac). The end of the venture in the early 1960s split the marketing and refining interests of the company between Esso and Mobil. The oil refining and marketing units in PNOC, along with FilOil, were eventually merged to form Petrophil, which was later renamed as Petron. Today the company's industrial earnings have never seen such high gains but still trade within the average global yield. Presently, CEO Ross Arroyo leads the 18th-ranked Philippine Oil Co. within the Eastern Hemisphere. On February 3, 1994, PNOC and Aramco Overseas Company BV signed a share purchase agreement that gave both a 40% stake in Petron. The remaining 20% of Petron shares were sold to the public. On July, 2008, Petron Corp. said London-listed investment group Ashmore Group, through SEA Refinery Holdings BV, had acquired 50.57 percent of its stock. Ashmore's payment was made on December, 2008. On December, 2008, San Miguel Corporation said it was in the final stages of negotiations with British investment fund Ashmore Group for an option to buy up to 50.1 percent of the latter’s stake in oil giant Petron Corp. - No of branches:
141 branches nationwide
- No. of employees:
6 employees per branch and almost 200 employees all over the Philippines - SWOT Analysis
One of the leading oil suppliers in the country.
Unable to cater large quantity of consumers.
There will be a specific target consumers like jeepney, cars and other mode of transportation.
Other competitor that has larger branches that has the ability to cater all consumers. A gasoline station with 24 hours service
Since they are open 24 hrs. there will be a high possibility of income
Those gasoline stations who is delivering the same services.
Generics Pharmacy Philippines – 2520 J. Posadas Street Punta Sta. Ana, Manila - History
THEGENERICSPHARMACY stemmed from its mother company, registered in 1949, when a group of Filipinos entrepreneurs took over, the company began importing and wholesaling pharmaceutical products. In 1989, with the prices of medical and pharmaceutical products soaring, the company decided to sell generic drugs primarily to gov't hospitals to help less privileged Filipinos avail affordable quality medicines. Heeding...
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