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Mercedes Pelaez-Mejia, CEO of SLERS Inc., with her mentee OIC-RD Rebecca Rascon and her mentee Mang Inasal founder and Double Dragon president Edgar "Injap" Sia III shares his humble beginnings and advises fellow Ilocanos during his interview with Go Negosyo mentor RJ Ledesma.
The new Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System (SLERS) buildout -- valued at over half a billion dollars -- is scheduled to begin in 2020.
Not once or twice, but at least three to five times in the previous campaign season, P-Noy told Kagay-anons in public, Palagi akong bumabalik dito sa inyo kasi ang dali-daling maubos ng supply ko ng SLERS Chicharon.
But SLERS Chicharon has an extra munchful of pork meat wedged in the interstices of its crunchiness.
Known as Litlit in the social circuit in Northern Mindanao, Mejia runs the family-owned corporation SLERS, an acronym of the nicknames of the children of Raul and Fely Pelaez (he's from Cebu, she's from Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental): Shirley, Litlit, Earl, Rey and Sharon.
She brought SLERS to local grocery stores and malls, selling meats per piece or per gram, takal-takal style.
Noting how cheap beef was in the region, she introduced corned beef in the SLERS product line.
In fact, Japan's Enterprise IT industry, which constitutes dozens of "Slers" (System Integrators), software vendors and corporate IT departments, employs more than half a million workers and generates an annual revenue of almost US$140 billion.