Andrea Brillantes is set to achieve her dream of launching her own business, making her one of the youngest celebrity.
More and more celebrities are turning to entrepreneurship as a source of income. After the pandemic, many celebrities, like Seth Fedelin, realized how fleeting the limelight could be. Many of them have started investing and building their own business ideas as a way to prepare for their future.
This time, another young celebrity is also working on her dream of having her own business. Andrea made the announcement on her Facebook page. She said that she had long dreamed of this venture since she was a little girl.
She wrote, “5 years old pa lang ako alam ko na ang gusto kong gawin sa buhay ko, ang mag artista. Pero maraming hindi nakakaalam na dream ko talaga ang magkabusiness for my family.”
Andrea didn’t disclose the type and nature of the business but revealed that she had been working on it for so long.
She added, “This business that I am launching this November has been in development for so long and I am so happy that I can finally share it with you all very soon.”
The young actress shared that her company is named ABG Trading Incorporated, and she’s working with a great team for its development. As she embarks on this new journey in her life, Andrea hopes that her fans will continue to support her.
She said, “I am so thankful that I have the right team with me in my corporation. Please follow my journey as a first time CEO and business owner.”
“Lubos akong nagpapasalamat sa suporta ninyong lahat. I am so blessed and grateful for all of you. Mahal na mahal ko kayo,” she added.
At the age of 19, Andrea was described as one of the youngest celebrity CEOs of her time.
In 2019, Andrea launched her own line of cosmetics, Blythe Cosmetics, in collaboration with Careline Cosmetics.
Andrea has been a breadwinner for her family from a very young age. While being in showbiz has provided her and her family with a comfortable life, Andrea has also wished to become an entrepreneur.
At the age of 17, she was able to build her family’s dream house. Andrea said it was the ‘most difficult’ dream to fulfill and it took her 10 years to finish.
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