Edmark International has been existing in the country for the past 25 years. Considered a pioneer in multi-level marketing, they have provided business opportunities for Filipinos. With a vision of giving improvement on the health conditions of Pinoys. Edmark recently held an Expo as they launched their ED2E mobile app at the World Trade Center last December 11, 2017.
All the Edmark executives were present during the media launch of the ED2E Mobile app, which is meant to be convenient for cashless transactions among members of the Edmark family.
There are between 300,000 to 350,000 distributors of the products in the country. Chief Executive Officer , Mr. Yap Wai Yen said, ” ED2E allows us to unite our existing network of distributor and merchant. This is the key to endless possibilities.”
As of the time being, there were 11 branches all over the country and With world class manufacturing facilities bearing an ISO 22000:2005 certification, Edmark has consistently maintain and improve the quality and distribution of its products worldwide through its 1.2 million distributors.
Psst.ph had the opportunity and privilege to personally interview the man who started it all–the brain executive behind Edmark, Mr. Sam Low. Mr. Low shared with us how Edmark started from really humble beginnings and how it came about to realize his dreams. He also shared how he trusted the first Filipino he’s met, Mr. Joey Urquia, and the rest, as they say is now history.
“it was purely made out of sheer good luck and determination,” relates Edmark’s CEO and President, Sam Low. “After the gulf war, business was down but it was my Filipino consumers that has kept me going. So i thought, why don’t I open and expand my business in the Philippines? At the time, the only Filipino that I knew was my good friend, Joey (Urquia, Edmark Philippines’ President). I took a chance and never looked back since then.”
Corporate Social Responsibility – Based on Edmark’s 4 Pillars of Success- Gratitude, Abundance, Love and Compassion, the foundation was formed with the aim of helping communities through health and business education while raising the awareness of entrepreneurship.
For more information , Please visit http://www.ed2e.network or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org hotline numbers (02) 350-6089