Local digital transactions provider Posible.Net has partnered with celebrity blogger Neri Naig Miranda to ramp up awareness on the fintech company?s products and opportunities for small business owners and budding entrepreneurs, including its revised business package dubbed Posible.Net Generation 2.
The partnership was announced during the Phoenix National Convention held on December 4-5 at the Manila Marriott Hotel in Pasay City in which Posible.Net was one of the participants.
An actress who joined the ABS-CBN reality show Star Circle Quest, Naig is also an entrepreneur with multiple ventures in the food and clothing businesses, including Neri?s Gourmet Tuyo, Ang Paboritong Suka ng Asawa Ko, Very Neri’s Sleepwear, and Neri’s Bakeshop.
“Neri is the perfect Ka-Posible.Net relailer that can help business-minded moms, young professionals, and millennials alike who have the drive and the capability to attain their goal of economic independence,” Posible.Net president and chief executive officer JG Puzon said. “And, with the new features of the Posible.Net 2.0, we are a viable alternative for them to achieve that goal.”
Adjudged as one of the Top 15 Asian business ventures during the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge in Singapore in 2017, Posible.Net allows enterprising individuals to easily have a home-based business either as a sole venture or as an addition to already existing enterprises as in Naig’s case, thus giving them an opportunity to increase their income.
The home-based business comes in the form of a digital payments center for utility bills, select government fees, money remittance, micro-insurance, mobile loading, online gaming credits, and ticketing, among others, via a single easy-to-use device.
With such diverse services, the Posible.Net retailer becomes the go-to person in the community for such transactions.
Posible.Net Generation 2, or Posible.Net 2.0, pushes the envelope even further by gifting retailers with new, trendier features on its device.
Topping off these new features is Posible.Net ShopBox which users can use to access online and traditional retailers. Posible.Net ShopBox also instantly transforms a business location into an online shopping marketplace for the community. This allows the business owner or retailer to operate his own online store using the Posible.Net device itself.
“With Posible.Net ShopBox, we want to enable the Filipino consumer in the barrio to enjoy retail shopping, connecting them to the digital economy and spurring local economic growth,” said Puzon.
Another value-added feature is the device’s larger touchscreen display which makes inventory management for small and medium businesses possible. It also enables business owners to develop and implement loyalty and rewards programs, a viable tool for startup ventures.
The fintech firm services the unbanked communities in the Philippines which make up 36% of towns and cities across the archipelago, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
By doing so, Posible.Net seeks to achieve its vision of connecting every local town and city to the digital economy by the year 2023. One of the largest Business-to-business-to-Consumer networks in the country, Posible.Net now has over 2,000 retailers nationwide.