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Republic of the Philippines
City of Taguig
Taguig city University
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Gen. Santos Avenue, Central Bicutan, Taguig City

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MISSION
VISION
OBJECTIVES
TARGET SALES
PROFIT SHARING

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Company Locations
Gen. Santos Avenue, Central Bicutan, Taguig City.

Type of Ownership
PAVcessories is a Partnership Type

Company Owners Ms. Verona, Venus J Ms. Privado, Mary Grace T. Ms. Paguio, Marriel Ms. Aquino, Romelyn Ms. Paran, Margie

Contact Number:

855-113-22 / 09126119073

COMPANY SUMMARY
The PAVcessories will offer fashion-forward accessories on a retail basis. Customers will be able to use high-end fashion accessories. Using valuable accessories only when needed and saving money by purchasing affordable accessories that enables customers to greatly expand their wardrobe particularly for those women who really love accessories.
Each piece of PAVcessories is a work of art, very special and unique. Most people will feel that PAVcessories pieces are like nothing else they have ever seen. PAVcessories will be selling directly to end consumers through shop.

COMPANY MISSION
The PAVcessories is a store for the quality- and style-conscious consumer. Providing unique and affordable accessories, we intend to generate a fair return to finance continued growth and expanded community involvement.

COMPANY VISION
PAVcessories Vision is to become the most efficient and effective business entity in each of its respective business accessories to the markets regardless of the geographic location.

OBJECTIVE
The primary Objective will be based on the following factors: * SELL products that provide quality and value to the consumer while meeting needs for an expression of personal style.

* PROVIDE customer services such as in-store and…...

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