Anthony ‘Ka Tunying’ Taberna is the newest Siomai King online franchisee
Renowned TV and radio journalist Anthony “Ka Tunying” Taberna has joined the growing family of the Online franchise brand sensation — “Siomai King, Ang Hari ng Siomai” — as one of its ambassadors to help our kababayans get into an effective and timely business opportunity, so that they can to earn a little extra during these difficult and trying times.
With the addition of Taberna in the growing family of Siomai King, the company confirms its commitment to serve the general public by bringing in game-changing opportunities.
“Siomai King, Ang Hari ng Siomai,” the flagship food cart franchise concept brand of JC Worldwide Franchise Inc., has been in the local franchise business scene for 14 years now, with more than 1,000 food cart outlets nationwide. It is, in fact, the pioneer in the online food franchise platform.
Recently, the business sector has reported a rise in the number of business establishments closing daily due to operational losses resulting in a sharp increase in unemployment. So now, more and more Filipinos are looking for opportunities to make some money online.
Siomai King answered the call to help by giving unemployed workers an alternate source of income — allowing them to set up their own food franchise business for a fraction of the traditional cost through its unique online platform.
The company has seen an increase in the number of Siomai King subscribers since it was first introduced last April — not only because of the affordability of the franchise but also because of the ease of online operations and the convenience of having a one-stop-shop for orders and deliveries.
Under the Siomai King program, franchisees only have to post links to their online shops in various social media pages to reach potential customers, making this platform safe and a viable alternative for everyone during this pandemic.
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