A Legacy Passed On: The New Generation of Josiah’s Catering Promises Fresh Culinary Experiences

As a small business owner and as a parent, I salute and admire Mr. & Mrs. Versoza’s business story. A catering business started at their backyard ,but because of faith, hard work and quality service they’re able to establish and grow their business and become one of the best catering companies in the country.

It’s the dawn of a new era for Josiah’s Catering, as a new generation of management takes its turn to bring fresh ideas and exciting ventures with the same quality of culinary experience that has captured the hearts of its patrons.

After more than two decades of making occasions and events sumptuous with bespoke catering service, Josiah’s owners Jet and Boyet Versoza passed on their legacy, entrusting the future of the company to their children. 

Chief Operating Officer Freshnaida Versoza

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Tipid Mommy Finds: Solar-Powered House by Imperial Lifetime Homes

One of the ultimate dreams of every family is having a house to call their own.

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My husband and I are very thankful that we chose to live a simple life in rural (Cavite) wherein home mortgage fee is low, and even the way of living is much affordable compared to city living, super sakto sa aming way of earning right now as freelancers and start-up family. Continue reading

Mompreneurship: How to start an online business? 

We moms, are the number one fans of online selling, we love shopping online for our little ones needs. From clothing, medicine and party supplies, name it! we can find it online.

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And maybe you’re one of those moms who are thinking of starting your own online business too? May it be to add extra income for the family, or you just want to earn from your hobby? To have something to do while waiting for your kids to be home from school?

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Let’s get down to business

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When I was between 7 to 9 years old, every weekend naghuhugas ako ng plato as eatery ng mga tita ko during summer vacation and they give me 50 pesos as their “thank you for helping titas sweldo” and it made me happy.

When I was 14 years old, my uncle who’s working from a well-known Ice Cream Chain, offered me a summer job every weekend in a high-end resort “tiga scoop and tiga bigay ng free taste” pero doon ako nagstart mangarap that one day i will be the guest sa mga resort gaya nun..

Because I was exposed to hard work and earning at a very young age, I learned the value of saving and dreamt bigger dreams.. often times kapag sinasabi ko na gusto ko magkaroon ng building at gusto ko magkanegosyo.. sinasabihan pa ako “wag masyado mataas ang pangarap baka di matupad”

But I’m thankful that God has planted in my heart the desire to be in business. He is the giver of Dreams, Gifts and Passions.

 

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“Great opportunities often disguise themselves in small tasks”

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