About Us

WHAT WE ARE

ECHOstore Sustainable Lifestyle is the first concept store of its kind in the Philippines.

ECHO is the acronym for Environment & Community Hope Organization STORE

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POWER OF THREE

L-R: Reena Francisco, Jeannie Javelosa and Chit Juan

Welcome to our ECHO Universe.

We deeply appreciate your trust and support of the ECHOstore Brand. We are passionate about sharing with all of you the sustainable lifestyle.
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HISTORY

2008

  • Opens its doors September 4 in Serendra
  • ECHOstore (Chit) wins BID Challenge for one of two Best Concepts in the Philippines.

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ECHOSTORE NOW A CASE STUDY FOR STUDENTS

ECHOstore is the first case study cited in the Case Studies on Social Business Enterprises, a Blue Way 2 case book of the Ateneo Graduate School of Business. The book’s editor Asuncion Sebastian writes in her foreword: Some organizations have proven that business, it its capacity to generate employment, can in itself be an alternative approach to development. The casebook is about these organizations, composed of ordinary men and women with their extraordinary desire and courage to make things better for the country, starting out with what they have, what they know and what they do best. Their stories tell us that profits can indeed be used to create social benefits sustainably.

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ECHOSTORE SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE

www.echostore.ph RETAIL

www.echosi.org.ph FOUNDATION

Facebooks: ECHOstore / ECHO Sustainable / ECHOmarket / ECHOcafe / ECHOsi Foundation / Chit Juan/ Jeannie Javelosa / Reena Francisco

Twitter: @echostore / @echomarket / @echocafephils / @chitjuan / @jeanniejavelosa / @ reena_francisco

ECHOSTORE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How did ECHOstore start?
Who are the ladies behind ECHOstore?
ECHOstore’s Mission-Vision
What are the Commercial Activities of the SE such as (Strategies, Operations: Operate money/profits, flows of business operations)?
What about ECHOstore’s Marketing-Communications Strategies?
What are the Social Issues addressed / Benefits = Best practices as a Social Enterprise?