8 Years ago, Cristina Anggana was just an employee for a handicraft manufacturer in the booming town of Minglanilla, Cebu. Her sister, then a fashion accessories designer, encouraged her to take a big leap of faith and venture into her own handicraft business. She decided to develop her own line of bags, homedecors and accessories made from local natural fibers. Her husband managed manufacturing while Cristina focused on marketing and finance.
After a few bumps on the road, Cristinas products, now being sold under the name Hannahs Handicrafts began to export to the United Kingdom and Malaysia thru the help of her sister who was also an exporter. The 51 year old Cristina also made her products locally available in the tourist island of Boracay and Bohol. Lendahand's partner, Negosyong Pinoy Finance Corporation, helped her initially when she was introduced by the GTH Foundation, one of the biggest SME networks in Cebu. Her business is able to generate monthly sales up to Php 183,000 and has an equity of Php 3.0M.
|Company name||Hannah's Handicrafts|
|Sector||Manufacturing / Production|
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- With this investment 6 jobs are created
- With this investment 24 lives are improved