BACOLOD. Telepreneur CorporationTelepreneur Corporation president and chief executive officer Lorenzo Rellosa speaks before the resellers, dealers and non-members during the forum held in Bacolod City last week. (Contributed Photo)
April 15, 2019
RECOGNIZING the expansion potentials in Negros Occidental, a networking company offering various products is strengthening its local presence.
Telepreneur Corporation (TPC) president and chief executive officer Lorenzo Rellosa, who spoke in a forum in Bacolod City last week, said the company has been in the multi-level marketing direct selling industry for almost seven years now.
With head office based in Quezon City, it currently has almost three million registered members nationwide. Of the total, 60 percent are resellers or retailers and 40 percent, dealers.
Members in Negros Occidental alone comprise only about one percent of the total, Rellosa said.
“So there’s still a potential for expansion here,” he said, adding that “there was a high level of acceptance of TPC products among Negrenses and our team here is well-organized.”
Among the products of TPC include network load, cosmetics, beverages and food supplements.
During the forum attended by at least 250 resellers, dealers and non-members in the province, the firm’s top official underscored the importance of motivation in doing business.
Rellosa said it has been his advocacy to motivate people, telling them that everyone is treated equally. Through series of talks, he keeps on reminding especially the members to believe in themselves.
“There is something in each person. They just have to develop this gift,” Rellosa said, stressing that “there is a lot of discouragement and destruction, don’t believe in them, rather believe in yourself.”
The firm took pride in helping change the lives of many Filipinos for the past six years.
TPC also cited their multi-level marketing scheme, which is the easiest way to achieve the goals because the requirements are lesser.
One doesn’t need to be a degree holder. There are also no specific requirements in age and status, Rellosa said.
“As long as you are dreaming, as long as you are willing to be submissive,” he said, pointing out that networking just require someone’s presence in the “process” like trainings and seminars so he can adapt the character needed to be successful.
Moreover, the networking firm expressed optimism that it can eventually saturate the local market.
By expanding means being able to also help more people in the province through business and livelihood opportunities, the official added.