Advocate of Entrepreneurship
Catalyst for Change
As a catalyst for change, EntrePINOY envisions to become a preferred distributor of socially responsible and high-quality Philippine products to the international market. We endeavour to find a solution to a problem and become change agents. Entrepinoy endeavours to help find solutions to social problems and become change agents. We want to find venues for people to live, create opportunities and unleash their potentials.
"Reviving the glory of BARAKO COFFEE."
Entrepinoy is reviving the lost glory of the BARAKO COFFEE, a rare variety of coffee (LIBERICA) grown in the Philippines, by introducing it to the international market. This coffee was so popular in the late 19th century, the period when Philippines was the top producer of coffee in the world.
The BARAKO COFFEE has strong taste and flavour with a distinctively pungent aroma that describe the term 'barako' which is associated with the connotation of masculinity in the Filipino culture.
Entrepinoy: derived from the words, Entrepreneur and Pinoy. It is a socially responsible enterprise that advocates entrepreneurship and is a catalyst for positive change.
Entrepinoy, a distribution company owned by UAE-based Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) was established in November 2016. It envisions becoming a preferred distributor of socially responsible and high-quality Philippine products to the international market. Integral to the vision of Entrepinoy is to provide access to investment or business opportunities to OFs now as preparation to their future reintegration to the way of life in the Philippines while being socially responsible by providing a livelihood to families within the developing communities in the Philippines.
The certified organic rice from Mindanao is the first commodity Entrepinoy marketed in the United Arab Emirates with the support of the Dubai Entrepinoy Reintegration Programme. This initiative had resulted in the cultivation of over a hundred hectare of farmland in M’lang, Cotabato and has since helped farmers and their families through the ‘Adopt a Farm’ programme.
In 2019, Entrepinoy had introduced Barako Coffee, also called Liberica, an endangered and rare variety of coffee known for its strong taste and flavour with a distinctively pungent aroma, and used to be globally popular in the 19th century. Enterpinoy aims of reviving its lost glory by reintroducing it to the taste buds of the international community.
Entrepinoy endeavours to help find solutions to social problems and become change agents. We want to find venues for people to live, create opportunities and unleash their potentials.