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Transcript of SM Supermalls
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Mr. Henry Sy, Sr.
John Gokongwei, Jr. (Founder and CEO)
Founded: September 9, 1997
one of the largest shopping mall and retail operator in the Philippines.
“Success is not just good luck. It's a combination of hard work, good credit standing, opportunity, readiness and timing. When opportunity comes, you have to be ready to embrace it. Otherwise it goes to somebody else. Also, success will not last if you don't take care of it.” – Henry Sy
Chairman of SM Prime Holdings, Inc.
"We've got it all for you!"
1980's - the company diversified and ventured into the supermarket and home appliance store business
1958 - ShoeMart
1960's - Expands to Shoe store chain
1970's - Full-line Department Store
opening the first "Supermall" store in 1985 in Quezon City called SM City.
NOVEMBER 8, 1985
Corporate Social Responsibilities
SM COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
HEALTH AND MEDICAL
MEDICAL MISSION PROJECT
HOSPITAL ACTIVITY CENTERS
SM HOSPICE UNIT
SM Mobile Clinic
Wellness Centers for the Elderly
SHARE YOUR EXTRAS
MAKE A CHILD HAPPY-SHARE A TOY
OPERATION: TULONG EXPRESS
KABALIKAT SA KABUHAYAN FARMERS TRAINING PROGRAM
RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Recycle for cash
Lucky China Town Mall
Risk of the Company
NEW COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY
NATURAL DISASTER RISK
those people committing suicide inside the Mall
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION RISK
Moods of the Sales Man/Lady