COVID-19 has made a huge impact in the business sector and many industries are still grappling as the nation waits for an effective vaccine that will help eliminate the spread and transmission of the infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.
That is why it poses a glimmer of hope to aspiring entrepreneurs when new businesses and those still standing amidst the health crisis are opening to help save the business community bounce back.
iFUEL, the petroleum company of iFRANCHISE Business Services Corporation, is gearing towards innovation and modern processes, opened its first co-owned gasoline station in Baliuag, Bulacan on February 12, 2021. Present during the launch is the honorable mayor of Baliuag, Bulacan, Ferdinand Estrella who was very pleased with the establishment of iFUEL branch in his municipality as it signals economic growth and employment opportunities for his constituents.
This new business arising in Bulacan is helping the province create more jobs and open vacancies for employment amid the ongoing pandemic.
Incorporated in the iFUEL gas station are innovations and newest concept stores under iFRANCHISE which were also opened on the same day. The iPHARMA Mart, a 24-hour store with a pharmacy, along with WenDeli Meatshop and Made in Wok are the company’s flagship outlets. Coffee Spot and Food Caravan restaurants also opened their doors. Having a complete retail area of everything essential to motorists provides convenience and value for money all in one station.
iFUEL’s celebrity ambassadors and co-owners Daniel Matsunaga, Wendell Ramos, Ken Chan together with iFRANCHISE President and CEO Krizzia Ann Loyang led the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
iFUEL is the country’s fastest growing petroleum business that offers solo franchising and co-ownership option to Filipinos who would like to have their own business. iFuel is a product of the mergers iFranchise Business Services Corporation and Mitchie Petroleum Equipment and Parts Trading, a collaboration of two of the most trusted and fastest uprising companies in the country working together on similar goals – bringing businesses aligning to modernization, investors, franchisees, and partners into greater heights.
As member of the Association of the Filipino Franchisers, Inc. (AFFI), iFUEL’s Franchise Package can also be accessed online and investors may submit a Letter of Intent and accomplish the Digitized Application form to complete the business franchise application.
iFUEL also accepts cashless transactions and soon they will be accepting LYKA as payment option.
To date, iFUEL has opened 4 branches and is targeting to inaugurate 20 more stations this year including Antipolo, Alfonso Cavite, Tanza Cavite, Angeles and Porac in Pampanga, Cordova Cebu, Gulatac Zamboanga, and another branch in Marawi City.