‘Juan Asenso’ ushers break for MSMEs

It is also geared toward further enhancing its economic efficiency, constantly improving its processes, and sparking business development to encourage more investments to flow.

Logistics firm Flash Express recently launches Juan Asenso, an advocacy program to further improve the lives of micro, small and medium enterprises. Joining its kick-off in its BGC office are (from left): Flash Express consultant Alvin Chew; Marketing deputy director AR Polinar; head of Legal and Compliance, Atty. Sherry Lou Bernabe; Flash Express shareholder representative Tony Luo; CEO of the Flash Group Komsan Lee; and Flash Express consultants Cao Yuan, Wang Wei, Lu Ji Lin, Yiking Chua, Liu DengKe. | photograph courtesy of flash express

As the government and the private sector have already aired their utmost backing to revive the micro, small and medium enterprises, the country’s fastest-growing logistics and courier services company, heeded calls for such initiatives and launched the “Juan Asenso” campaign that focuses on bringing sustainable business opportunities to all Filipino MSMEs, as well as a long-term commitment to its employees.

Through the campaign, the company’s partners and customers will have better support in terms of business training and access to the Flash Home Branch System and Flash Express Key Account System, respectively.

At the internal launch of the campaign, Flash Express consultant Alvin Chew said within a span of one year, the company was able to achieve several milestones within the frame of the company’s vision and goals.

“We were able to expand all over the Philippines in just a couple of months after we kicked off our operations; we were able to disrupt the market; and most importantly, we were able to improve the logistics industry in the country,” Chew said.

Through the combined efforts of all the business units of the company, it has recorded a total of 95 percent serviceable areas all over the Philippines as of August 2022.

The company will continue to look after employees’ welfare and well-being, as one of its key goals for the year is to build a stronger company culture where employees can thrive and improve.

It is also geared toward further enhancing its economic efficiency, constantly improving its processes, and sparking business development to encourage more investments to flow.


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