Friday, June 15, 2007

Henry Sy's SM - History of Shoemart's Supermalls



If you've been through or have lived in one of the Philippines' major metropolitan areas, particularly Manila, then I'm sure you have noticed if not gazed at (if you are a new visitor) the magnificent and monolithic compounds of SM.

[photograph on right: Henry and his children Tessie and Hans tour the family's Megamall in Manila (photo courtesy of Time Magazine)]

Shoemart (SM)

Shoemart, as SM was originally known as, is the Philippines' leader in the retail industry and comprises of the SM Group of Companies. SM Group, is a retail giant with 38,600 employees and annual revenues of $1.7 billion. SM Prime Holdings, Inc. (PSE: SMPH), a part of the SM Group of Companies, is the largest shopping mall operator in the Philippines. And guess what? The owner of it all, Chinese-Filipino Henry Sy, Sr., the Philippines' "Retail King," is the richest man in the country (14th wealthiest person in Southeast Asia [Forbes, 2006], 74th richest in the Asia and Australia region [Forbes, 2006], and 355th wealthiest in the world [Forbes, 2007]).

Henry Sy, Sr., Philippines' "Retail King"

The tycoon, or taipan as known in Asia, is a long way from his humble start. His impoverished family left China when Sy was twelve years old and opened a corner grocery in Manila. Sy later sold shoes, traveling 40 hours by propeller plane to New York just to get them. But his diligence and hard work payed off. He soon picked up retailing ideas in the U.S. and started his own store. By 1985, Sy had expanded, opening a department store. He has been expanding ever since. "I make things happen," he says. Forbes states that Sy is worth US$4 billion, but some estimate Sy's assets to total US$5 billion [Forbes, 2007]. Others estimate that he controls 40-60% of companies worth more than US$15 billion, but such claims have not been verified.

Sy presides over a conglomerate that relies on sales of low-priced consumer goods to prosper even in recession. His air-conditioned Megamalls have turned traditional Sunday afternoon family time into shopping expeditions. Although, perhaps the Philippines' equivalent of Sam Walton's Wal-mart in the United States, Sy's SM Group proves to produce more sophisticated, modern, and quality compounds.

All in the Family Management

SM Group's management team is composed of Teresita, President of Shoemart Inc. and Chairman of Banco de Oro Universal Bank, the family’s main retail and commercial banking interests; Henry Jr., President of SM Investments Corporation and Senior Vice President of SM Prime Holdings, Inc. and who keeps an eye for new ventures; Hans, head of mall construction and operations; Herbert, in-charge of SM Supermarket; Elizabeth, Senior Vice President for marketing; and Harley, SM Prime’s Senior Vice President and Treasurer.

All children adhere to the disciplined work ethics expounded by the father. Furthermore, they have developed into experts in their respective fields.

But no matter how successful the company has proved to be, Sy's children realize that their all-in-the-family management style is becoming outdated. Like so many of Asia's big business clans, a generational shift and the stresses of running an increasingly complex company are forcing the insular Sys to open up more and more to outsiders. "For my father, the organization is the family," says Sy's eldest daughter, Teresita Sy-Coson, whom the family calls "Tessie." But "in the future, you'll see more professional managers," she adds.

Although Henry Sy, Sr. wants to go slow on hiring outsiders, since kin can be counted on for their loyalty after all, the business has simply become too large for just a few people to manage.

SM's Growth

Today, the empire continues to grow in size and sophistication. Currently, it has 28 operating malls totaling a gross floor area of 2.7 million square meters. SM Prime Holdings, Inc. has amassed a land bank of 130 hectares in 14 different strategic locations. SMPH posted an 8.6% increase in net income to P4.62 billion from P4.26 billion. This is due to a healthy increase in gross revenues, by 15.99% to P10.21 billion from P8.80 billion. Rental income, which contributed 80.14% of the Company's revenues, rose by 17.18% to P8.18 billion from P6.98 billion. This was due to rentals from three additional SM Supermalls opened in the last quarter of 2003, namely, SM City Lucena, SM City Baguio and SM City Marilao and the opening of SM City Dasmarinas and SM City Batangas in 2004. On the other hand cinema ticket sales increased by 11.26% to P1.50 billion from P1.34 billion. Other sources of revenue grew 12.01% to P532.52 million from P475.43 million.

Sy controls the Banco de Oro Universal Bank and China Banking Corporation. He recently bought the remaining 66% of Equitable PCI Bank, the Philippines 3rd largest lender which he already had a 34% stake before the purchase and will soon merge it to Banco de Oro Universal Bank. This merger would create the Philippines's largest financial institution. The Sy family has a personal stake of $2.6 billion in these 3 banks. Mr.Sy also owns 12% of San Miguel Corporation, Southeast Asia's biggest food and beverage conglomerate at an estimated worth of $500 million.

SM Supermalls, owned by SM Prime Holdings, Inc., is the largest chain of shopping malls in the Philippines, having 28 malls across the country and three overseas branches in Jinjiang and Xiamen, China and one in Guam. SM Prime Holdings, Inc.'s main sources of revenues include rental income from mall and food courts, cinema ticket sales and amusement income from bowling and ice-skating. SM Prime Holdings, Inc. consists of the SM Supermalls, Standalone Appliance Centers, Specialty Shopping Malls, Standalone department stores, and Standalone supermarkets.

SM Supermalls List

Philippine Branches:

[SM City North EDSA, SM City Sta. Mesa (SM Centerpoint), SM Megamall (SM Ortigas), SM City Cebu, SM Southmall (SM Las Pinas), SM City Bacoor, SM City Fairview, SM City Iloilo, SM City Manila, SM City Pampanga, SM City Sucat (SM Supercenter Sucat), SM City Davao, SM City Bicutan, SM City Cagayan De Oro, SM City Lucena, SM City Marilao, SM City Baguio, SM City Dasmarinas, SM City Batangas, SM City San Lazaro, SM Supercenter Valenzuela, SM Supercenter Molino, SM City Santa Rosa, SM City Clark, SM Mall of Asia, SM Supercenter Pasig, SM City Lipa, SM City Bacolod, SM City Taytay, SM Supercenter Muntinlupa, SM Supercenter Baliuag, SM City Marikina, SM City Naga, SM City Calamba, SM City Tarlac, SM City Urdaneta, SM City Laoag, SM Supercenter San Pablo, SM Supercenter Rosales, SM City Dagupan, SM Supercenter Meycauayan, SM Supercenter Tagaytay, SM Supercenter Dumaguete]

Branches in China
[SM North Xiamen, SM South Xiamen, SM Chuan]

Branch in Guam
[SM Guam]

Standalone Appliance Centers
[SAC Rockwell Power Plant Mall, SAC V-Mall Greenhills]

Specialty Shopping Malls
[The Podium]

Standalone Department Stores
[SM Quiapo, SM Cubao, SM Makati, SM Harrison Plaza, SM Iloilo-Delgado, SM Anilao Beach]

Standalone Supermarkets
[SM SaveMore Iloilo-Jaro Town Square, SM SaveMore Muntinlupa, SM SaveMore Angono, SM SaveMore Marikina, SM Super Hypermarket Iloilo-Jaro, SM Super Hypermarket Mabolo, SM Super Hypermarket Carmen, SM Super Hypermarket Mactan]

Of these malls, SM Mall of Asia is the largest shopping mall in the Philippines and the 7th largest shopping mall in the world in terms of gross floor size.

SM's Future

Down the road, the Sys also want to diversify into commercial real estate and tourist resorts. Having managers with personal stakes in the company's success is what gives SM its backbone, Sy maintains. But Tessie and her siblings, like many in Asia's younger generation, also want the luxury of enjoying their success. After their father recedes from the business, they'll run the company by committee, the children say, though many in Manila expect Tessie to take the lead. She envisions a different role for the family, in which they provide oversight while professional managers handle day-to-day operations. Then "we can sit back and relax," Tessie hopes.


References: Wikipedia, Time Magazine, Business Week Magazine, Philippine Business Magazine

62 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can still remember when i did my groceries at SM MARIKINA. There was this promo dicer of SM SUPERMARKET namely Malvin delos Reyes who scattering a morbid news about HENRY SY while im passing by the cold cuts section of SM Marikina SuperMarket i heard this guy (MALVIN DELOS REYES) saying 'Pare nakita mo si Henry Sy? Naka wheel chair na. Ang bilis ng karma no? Manyakis daw kasi yung matandang yun tapos gahaman pa.' I feel so irritated hearing those things, how could someone says that againts someone who i think a very good hearted person giving him a job. It really sad hearing those things coming straight from the mouth of Mr. Henry Sy's employee.

Anonymous said...

hi! im a law student, and i would like to be a contributor about the legal aspects of current events...but i dont know what the initial steps are...

Coconuter said...

Hi,

Yes, you are welcome to become a contributor. E-mail me at coconuter@gmail.com and I'll set you up for contributor access to this blog.

Thanks,
David (Coconuter)

Anonymous said...

Henry Sy is a good business man... But the system of employment in SM is quite tricky. The company fires an employee after 5 months of working. Because we know that after six months, an employee becomes contractual. Lot's of benefits which most companies do not like. But they allow them to reapply unless they did not question the SM's employment system...

angelpramos said...

MADAYA ANG SM ADVANTAGE AND PRESTIGE. I check my prestige points from the SM website only to find out that not all my purchases are reflected, thus, I am deprived or robbed of several points. For instance, my weekly purchases are averaging P6,500. which is equivalent to 15 points, but for June, 2009 only two purchases out of 4 purchases are reflected; worse for July, only 1 purchase our of 5 purchases is reflected; for August, the 4 purchases are not reflected. Is this deliberate or computer glitch. Whatever it is TALAGANG MADAYA AND SM. I AM STILL CHEKING MY PREVIOUS PURCHASES, but to air a complaint is an exercise in futility.
When I complained to a certain May at the ground floor SM Fairview showing my receipts for June, July and August, I was told to fax them to a certain number. That's shit. bakit pahihirapan pa ako at magbabayad pa para mag fay. Ang ibig sabihin wag ka ng magcomplain.
I'll intend to report to DTI. Let's see what the DTI can do.

Anonymous said...

Ganda ng SM para sa mga maimili diba? Kasi they really give a quality customer service. Sana customer nalang ako. Kasi as an employee, masaya naman ang samahan towards co-employee.. yun siguro yung bagay na mahirap iwanan sa SM. Pero being an employee is not that good. As their slogan : "We've got it all for you". They really did, kasi you'll be like a robot. They will got all the things they needed from you ng hindi ka makakaangal,kung saan ka nila gustong ilagay. Gamit na gamit ang employee. Actualy may designation ka pero halos hndi naman nasusunod yun kasi kahit saan isasalpak ka without asking your permission.
May mga tinatawag pa silang benefits for employee like having a 5-10 % discounts to employee but selected lang yung mga items na yun. Masakit lang dun may time frame pa sila, na kung tutuusin hasle sa employee bumili at magkadiscount. Kasi after lang ng duty mo ka pwede mamili, kapag restday mo hindi pwede at weekend di rin pwede. After naman ng duty yung ibang employee, CLOSING" so wala na silang time. So di mo na masydong maeenjoy yung sinasabi nilang employee privilage to shop with 5-10% discount. Kapag sale pa sa store hindi ka rin pwede makapag shop. Ang masakit pa dun, once na nagshop ka sakanila, sangkatutak pa na papel ang susulatan mo at dadaan k p s extreme inspection. Take note: sa department store ka lang po pwede mag shop, and your not allowed to canvass outside department store while your shopping after your duty. So dami talagang husle.
Kapag may mga store occassions pa, magsasabi ang mga boss na dapat ganito ang attire, uniform na bibilin mo pa for that one special occassion lng.Pati mga sports occassions sagot ng employee ang gastos pati sa training. Sometimes may ticket pang sapilitang binebenta sa employee. Even the offering in mass, contribution ang bawat employee.
Masaya sana kaso nakakalungkot din.


"Bato bato sa langit, ang tamaan huwag magalit"

Anonymous said...

I know Mr.Henry Sy since i was 6 years old when he was starting his shoe business at Carriedo.He was my father client, my parents have a box factory business.He's smart person and very nice to mm.He even gave me a brand new shoes w/ khaki short pants.Now, i'm on my 50's, Mr.Sy still alive and still running his business w/ his adults children.I wish i can meet Mr.Sy Sr, just ot say "Hi" to him, i don't know if he still remember my late father.
I don't blame if other people opinion regarding hiring of employees just for 5 months.We have business too, and we also hire contractual employees, if they are good and punctual,we hired them, if not , we terminate them.They are also doing that in the U.S. now, through agency.Cause i live in the U.S. for 35 years.Thank you.

Zaldy said...

I really admire your humble beginning MR Henru Sy. I am originally from Binan, Laguna currently living in California, USA. Our town Binan is going to be a city soon and I wish that you will build another SM City-Binan soon. Please let m eknow if you have plans. Just got back from vaction in PI last Jan 02. I went to SM City Santa Rosa couple times.

Anonymous said...

HI!hindi npo ako magpapakilala kc para po sa akin at sa nangyari sa buhay ko. isang npakalaking pasasalamat ko po ka MR HENRY SY and all of his Family. kc po hindi ko akalain na ang isang kagaya ko ay hndi man po ako drektang employee ng SM in short agency pero sa SM nagtrabaho in asmost years at 15 or more than deferent braches. ngaun ay isa na akong ganap na ACCOUNT SUPERVISOR ng kumpanya na aking pinaglilingkuran at npakasaya ko na dadalhin ko san man ako makarating ang lubos na pasasalamat sa kanilang pamilya sa libo libong manggagawa na natutulungan. kilala po ako ni MR. HERBERT at HERSON SY AKO PO ANG LAGING NAGSASAlITA SA VALUE PACK NG SM AT SAVEMORE EVERY OPENING GNAGAWA KO YON NG WALANG kapalit BILANG PASALAMT SA SM .salamat po WYETH MERCHANDISER NOW isa nang SUPERVISOR SM SALAMAT P{O TALAGA!

Zaldy said...

Now that Binan is now a city in Laguna, I hope tha SM Management will built another SM City-Binan at least close to Mamplasan Exit. I am looking forward of seeing another SM branch in my native town now called Binan City. More power to you, Mr Henry Sy !!
Zaldy Alora of bakersfield, CA

Anonymous said...

hey zaldy.. you've been living in america for the past 35 years? farrout man, your english is good.. hhmm maybe not.. you might wanna look it up what you typed. ireckon its not a typo. coz the way i look at it.. bro, you have issues.. lol.. its just funny to see bloggers posting their comments like a smart arse.. if you cant spell or put it right. MAGTAGALOG NALANG. better yet, dont post shits like those.. lame lang eh.. hahahah.. zaldy.. who bloddy cares if you do this and that.. oh man.. zaldy.. funny cunt.. lol..

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Can I ask the e-mail address of sm company where I can inquire regarding sampling or product presentation. Please help. Thanks.

can.i.say.something.qui said...

hi coco nuter. Thanks for the info you wrote about SM. Btw, I am blogging about SM and saw your blog about them so i gave my reader a link to your page.

Cheers :)

Anonymous said...

To SM owner


I bought an American Tourister luggage bag at SMSan Lazaro branch and after a year one of its part turned into powder-like substance.


The luggage has 5 years warranty so I went back to SM San Lazaro and talk to SM personnel for my warranty claim.


Your personnel’s advised me to go to Trinoma. Then to Megamall, then to Gateway, then to Podium and finally to Makati but all turned to naught.


I’m not satisfied with your product because its material failed too early, but what happened next aggravate my sufferings and dampened my SM shopping experience for years now.


I tried hard looking for help but your managers seems professional in the subject of escape and evasion fortified with finger-pointing under covered employees as indecisive smiling decoys.


I tried to investigate on whose command of responsibility that this attitude is coming from and finally discover a certain Nico Chew who’s wish is a king’s command to his subordinated managers.


His attitude is to evade and escape any responsibility from my claim and let left me alone to negotiate my warranty claim with the American Tourister.


Is it true that king Chew’s decisions are final and therefore make him act like such like that?


Never will I win over such a Looney foul-mouthed king (Nico Chew), for I’ll always be a flea in his eyes.


This is the reason why I wrote to your attention. I do not want to buy his eminence, king Chew of SM and his kinglike challenge of “war versus flea” as if he can stupidly win it ------------“BAHALA KA!!!”, I’m fortunate he didn’t caught me fast with his gritting nails holding his phone?


Not now maybe. Just maybe- SMShoemart perhaps has a different handler and a disposition that will be fair but absurd to his eminence, king Chew!

Anonymous said...

I work at sm appliances center before, as they say its just contractual job, but it defends on your performance I think, because during my time they want me as a regular employee but I'm the one who decline... I really love my experience working with this great company...

Genesis said...

I remember being always in SM Makati. Nasunog pa yun dati when we're there...

Anonymous said...

hi..im one of the employee. of Sm hypermaket store.....masa2bi q lng bkt b wlang byad ang OT d2 2hrs kc lgi ang OT q wla mn lng nda2gdg sa shod q sna po mgwn ng paraan ng mga nka2taas ...mhrap po kcng mgtrbho lalo n qng wlang byd......mlki nmn ung knikta ng SM ha ...bkt gnun...puro lng kau srap smntlng kmi hrap n hrp....purket b part time lng kmi...

Anonymous said...

im from sm supeprmarket somewhere in luzon, tama nga bkit ganun wlang byad ung ot. tpos pag uuwi ka sa oras parang galit pa yung mga nakakataas. unfair nman un pra sming empleyado...ok lng po sana ung 15mins extension pero mhigit pa dun tpos unpaid pah?!...sana po maayos po itong ganitong sistema...

Anonymous said...

...hindi kaya...
dinadagdagan pa nga nila kng mag extend ka ng time mo,,

,,.at ang babait nga nila...

Anonymous said...

i came fromm watson as paharmacy asst., i worked der 4 1 month,pwede ba ko mag apply ulet sa sm?

Anonymous said...

I'm a college student here in cebu and I really like to hang out at SM where i can spend my free time. I'm from Dipolog city that is where i was born, I've been longing that we had a big Mall just like SM even though the population and income is not worth risking for your business i hope to see it soon.. ^_^

Anonymous said...

I went for a job interview earlier. It was pretty good and I'm just waiting for their call for my final interview. I'm researching comments/feedbacks regarding SM's work environment, benefits and all. May negative, may positive. That's normal. As I observed, it would only depend on your attitude and professionalism, mapa sales lady ka man o supervisor, with your superiors kasi sa dami ba naman ng branch, hindi maiiwasan ang pagkakaiba ng sistema or culture ng isang working environment. Swertihan nalang din siguro sa treatment na makukuha mo.

Anonymous said...

i love to go to SM especially pg weekends.saludo ako sau henry sy

Anonymous said...

sm sm !! interview ko na bukas papasa kaya ako :)) wish me luck!! henry sy ata magiinterview sken hehe

Anonymous said...

July 16, 2011

Good am.

I am a post graduate student at Liceo de Cagayan University located at Cagayan de Oro City from the island of Mindanao; taking up a post grad course of Masters in Management major in Human Resource Management. I am right now enrolled on a subject - Philosophy of Management under Mrs. Teresita Tumapon, PhD.

I am complying one of the requirements of the course - to email a national figure involved in business and to ask them with the following:
1. What is the purpose of your business and what is its role in the society?
2. What is the moral obligations that pertain to your business in the society?

Anticipating for your reply to this questions.


Mayella U. Balaba-Jumalon

Anonymous said...

hi po mr. coco, i am sm employee contractual po, share ko lang, we stated to work at sm febuary sa isang kakabukas na branch ng sm, we are only SC. nag train po kami sa sm marikina for 1 week and then we are deploy after the training. pag dating po namin dun, hindi po namin inaasahan ung work na nag hihintay samin dun, dinatnan namin ung mall na hindi pa tapos. there was no tiles or paint in the wall and we really dont know what work we will do in that place, alam po namin na kami ay mag sesetup ng mga gondola, but we are not expecting that we will work as a constraction worker there... nagulat talaga kami sa dinatnan namin, mahirap, maalikabok, madumi at may pag ka delikado sa dahilang may pwedeng bumagsak sa mga ulo namin o makuryente kami sa mga wire na nakakalat. we also eat with the constraction worker such as ANGEL interiors at ibp.. mahirap talaga ang dinanas namin dun, araw-araw meron kaming pasa, sugat at ang hindi namin maintindihan kung bakit pag restday namin kami nag kakasakit. binuhat namin ang mga tiles, gondola shelvings at mga gamit pang suppermartket... nag balak kaming mag resign dahil sa subrang hirap at sakadahilanang 315...
yes! 315pesos lang ang sahod namin sa isang araw para sa isang selling clerk na mag constraction. talo pa kami ng mga constraction worker na 404 sa isang araw na may libre pang lunch at miryenda. hanggang sa ma buo namin ang aming store, masarap ang feeling at very proud kami, kahit 315 lang ang sahod ouch! masmasaya nung nakita namin dinagsa kami ng tao nung openning namin nung may 5,.. ganun pala ang feeling ng pioneers, sa ngayon kami ay parating na sa aming dulo ng kontrata july 25. masaya na malungkot masaya dahil matatapos na ang pagod ng 315 hehehe, malungkot dahil mahirap iwanan ang pangalawang bahay na aming binuo kasama ang aming mga tatay at ang pag hihiwalay ng mga mag kakapatid. nag papasalamat ako sa sm dahil ngayon ay nakaipon ako ng pang tuition ko, OO tuition na naipon ng 315 na sahod sa isang araw. ang iba pala samin ay mga working student kaya nag tiis kami sa kakarampot na sahod at mahirap na pag uumpisa, pero wala akong pag sisisi bagkos ako ay nag papasalamat...

sana maabot ang 300 store sa 2015..!

At your service, YES!
sc yao of sm masinag

Anonymous said...

sad naman story mo!
provice ba ang masinag, antipolo?

Eboy",) said...

hi Mr. anonymous",) ahm , i want an info. About SM- ahmm, Why they decide to engaged in global Business.??
.what learnings about the history of SM.....
please help me.:(

just call me EBOY..im from Cagayan de oro city..

Eboy",) said...

anyone can help me..i want and idea..why SM, They decide to engaged in global business?.
plz help me:( wait po ako ha...

Anonymous said...

MINSAN P NPKA UNPROFESSIONALS NG MGA DM ND SUPERVISORS!!!! HUH DATS WAT WER EXPERIENCING RYT NOW!!

Anonymous said...

bakit ganon ung sale mode ng sm? sabi 50% off ang items pero ang ginagawa talaga ay pinapalitan yung price kunwari ganito sya dati pero ngayon eto na lang dahil nakasale after ng sale event pag binalikan mo yung item back to price nga pero mas mura yung original price kesa sa sale price. grabe! madaya ang sm!

Anonymous said...

Good day everyone...ask ko lang po kung alam po ba ninyo kung sino ang manager at ang head supervisor sa savemore supermarket filinvest alabang ngayon or noong taong 2004-2005...kailangan ko la pong malaman..

Anonymous said...

Now that Binan is now a city in Laguna, I hope that SM Management will built another SM City-Binan at least in the national hiway of brgy. canlalay have a big vacant lot or in jubilation / mamplasan exit. I am looking forward of seeing another SM branch in my native town now called Binan City.As of now, binan city is one of the biggest population in laguna. I hope this year....in Binan city we have a SM city Binan....

Anonymous said...

Ask ko po kung may itinatayo na SM city binan dito po sa binan city..kasi po tanging kami lang po city sa laguna ang wala pang sm lalo po dito sa binan ay napakadami na pong tao..nadayo pa sa sm sta rosa para maakapasyal....i hope this year makakapagtayo na sm dito sa binan..napakalaki po ng binan kaya po kahit saan ay pwedeng magtayo...ang mga binanenses ay naghihgintay po na magkarooon na ng sm ngaung taon na ito sa susunod na taon..maraming salamat po...

GAGU MO!! said...

pre Mag english ka na lang kapag marunong ka na ... BIBO MO SA ROW4 tanga....

Jomar Mr Ryt said...

bading namana ang sm e..pag me costumer complaint d kakampihan ung empleyado nia..hugas kamay agad..amp..ung mga guard pa ang yayabang kala mo kung sinu!!!!mga bisaya naman pag naguusap tsaka pansin nio lahat ng guard ang IITIM..hehehe

Miss Pink! :) said...

huwag ka mag english kung mali mali ang grammar mo!! will built?? anu yun future na naging past tense??? 

Arnoldantoniovelasco said...

pagandain ninyo ang sm  baguio  city

Mrbdiaries said...

if you really think that way, then buy to the other mall, no one is forcing you to buy at any SM branches.. you're such a jerk!!

Ansari151625 said...

yan ang idol ko c hendry sy"s

Pao Sobrepena said...

Learn more:


www.1filbusiness.com

Pao Sobrepena said...

www.1filbusiness.com

Missi said...

katanga nmn sa susunod kasi mag aral ka ng maayos pre hindi ung tatanga tanga ka katulad mo rin sina Miss Pink kunwari magaling sa English un pala bobo nmn hayss nakakawalang gana walang pinag aralan ang mga ito utak kalye kasi eh napakabobo nyo wala kaung asenso sa buhay kung ganyan kau maglaba na lng kau tsk!!!!

Larry Madrigal said...

ihope sana magkaroon na ng sm sa tacloban leyte

please said...

please build one in Leyte

pat said...

may nakakaalam po ba ng organizational structure ng SM?? kailangan ko lang po fo my thesis.

RizaCuteMe said...

nice, galing ah..

sai said...

nais ko pong itanung kung bakit walang sm d2 midsayap

brent said...

To Mr. Coconuter:


Pls comment on this:


SM means Shoe Mart, but today it is selling not only shoes but almost everything. Do you think they now need to change their name to SUPER MART? Please support your answer.


This is a sort of survey or interview. Your answer can be useful to my research.


Brent




BisDak said...

...and who the effing idiot are you to put down people who speaks Bisaya and the hell effing you care if they're dark color (IITIM)! Sa pangalan mo lang kasing itim na ng uling kaya! oh don't mess with the Bisaya basig ipabarang pa ta ka!

unknown person said...

SMDC improving huhhhhhhhh.........

Matt John Canty said...

What a legend! SM malls are everywhere and to make it from nothing is crazy! Henry is one smart guy!

Kenjie Moraca said...

WILL GO UP .
STAR "J" PLAZA

disqus_Qpp5luwsOL said...

ask ko lang po cno architect ng sm?

Jhaneth Flores Venancio said...

paano po ba mag apply sa watsons personal care at ano po mga requirements ?

asido said...

kinuha mo na nga lang ung ibang post mo sa iba mali mali pa....

asido said...

tama ka jan anonymous! nabiktima din ako ng SALE kuno jan sa FILA.... un pla mas mura pa ung original price. papalitan lang nila ng yellow tag para masabing SALE sila. sana makarating syo mr. henry sy sr. (my idol) ang ginagawa ng mga consignor (FILA) sila ang sumisira ng pangalan nyo.

Belindah Duero said...

ano po ang objectives ng shoe mart?

Belindah Duero said...

ano po ang objectives ng shoe mart

jhayvee said...

i think iba iba

jhayvee said...

nasa location, tao at pamumuhay din po kasi yun tinitingnan nila.. di po basta basta magtatayo.. may forum po..

Fritter said...

It is one of the most confidential things a certain company has. It is unnecessary to ask their organizational structure.

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