“My Puhunan” features owner of country’s biggest computer shop chain


More people are able to buy their own computers and smartphones, while Internet services have become cheaper. However, that doesn’t mean computer shops are dying out, because the popularity of social media and online gaming keeps them alive.

The Net.com owner Eric Redulfin in MY PUHUNAN

Know the secrets to running a successful computer shop business in “My Puhunan” this Wednesday (October 15) as Karen Davila features the story of Eric Redulfin, a former janitor and bagger who now owns The Net.com, the largest computer shop chain in the country with 58 branches nationwide.

Eric grew up in the rural Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya with no electricity. After graduating as a scholar with a degree in electrical engineering, he taught college students and later on put up a computer repair shop. Eventually, he opened his computer shop and called it The Net.com.

Meanwhile, Doris Bigornia shows the inspiring stories of house maids who joined the auditions for “Mutya ng Masa’s” “Mutya of the Universe,” its search for ‘super kasambahays.’ The program also shares reminders and tips from manpower agencies on hiring reliable maids.


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“My Puhunan” features owner of country’s biggest computer shop chain