Sherill Ramos Quintana | President
Oryspa Spa Solutions Inc.

Sherill Ramos Quintana, President, Oryspa Spa Solutions Inc.

Sherill Ramos Quintana is the founder and president of Oryspa Spa Solutions, Inc. 
Oryspa is the number one maker of 100% natural rice bran based health and beauty products in the Philippines. It won the “Most Promising Franchise” at the 2015 Franchise Excellence Awards and the “ASEAN Business Awards for Excellence in Healthcare” at the ASEAN Business Summit at Vientiane, Laos last September 5, 2016. 
Sherill is a sociology graduate of the University of the Philippines Los Baños. She finished her Certified Franchise Executive Course, a mini-MBA in franchising, at the Asian Institute of Management. She is also a trained Gallup USA Strengths Coach. 
In March of this year, Sherill was named “ASEAN Woman Entrepreneur” in Hanoi, Vietnam. She was also cited as one of the “Most Inspiring Filipina” of 2016 and is part of the book “55 inspiring stories of women entrepreneurs” by Go Negosyo. 
Participating as Policy Dialogue Contributor in the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Report 2016 on Levelling Platforms for SMES in May, 2016 at Geneva, Switzerland, she was invited again by WTO as speaker last September 27 at the WTO Book Launch, Public Forum and Debate at its headquarters. 
Currently, Sherill is a member of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Franchise Association. Aside from being a multi-awarded entrepreneur, she is a passionate mentor and professional speaker on the topics of entrepreneurship, branding, franchising, and strength-based coaching. She recently launched her book “A Small Entrepreneur's Journey: How to Start, Survive and Succeed”. 
Above all, Sherill is a true-blue mom, taking care of four wonderful children with her husband Jingle in their home in Laguna.

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Seamless Thailand 2018 - Day Two @ 15:50

A guide to overcoming the challenges of cultural nuances when expanding into local markets

  • Why have many international brands failed to successfully launch in Asia?
  • Similarly, why have so many Asian brands failed in Western market?
  • What can retailers do to grasp cultural nuance without burning too much money?
  • How can a retailer localise its product selection?
  • How can local partnerships help to achieve a deep level of cultural understanding?

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