The leading agriculture conglomerate in the country introduced their own brand of product called "Golden Bean" that will certainly benefit farmers especially in the hog and poultry industry.
Growing a 'mom-and'pop' business into an empire. Joseph Calata, 33, the youngest billionaire in the Philippines, visited Auckland, New Zealand to explore opportunities.
Calata Corp. has partnered with Chinese firm New Hope Group (NHG) to “aggressively pursue” agribusiness opportunities in the country.
An agribusiness entrepreneur who gained fame for being the youngest billionaire in the Philippines hopes his visit to New Zealand will help further modernise his country’s agricultural sector.
Calata supports Daet City by giving scholarship grants to the children of farmers as well as give livelihood and human development programs in the whole province.
Calata Corp. and LPGMA Partylist Group signed a memorandum of agreement that will pay for the schooling of more than 500 scholars in Isabela.
Calata Corp has tapped the Francorp to expand the farm inputs distributor's retail network nationwide and possibly market its products abroad.
Calata Corp. is projecting higher profit margins in 2013 with increased sales from its own brand of agricultural chemicals and veterinary medicines.
Calata's partnership with Siembra will help “promote and advance the use of environmentally-responsible and state-of-the-art farming technologies in the country”.
Joseph Calata shares his story in becoming the youngest self-made billionaire at age 31.