Leaving a legacy for the NextGen

LEAVING a legacy for the next generation has been every business firm’s mission.

For Nextgen Global Alliance Corporation, it was an endeavor tested by time and was blessed with faith as they had reached a promising milestone despite being a neophyte in the business arena.

Last September 28, Nextgen celebrated its 4th year anniversary at the RMC Gym, wherein distributors, franchisees, and loyal patrons gathered in one event to celebrate the company’s victory of helping the farmers and saving the family through its state of the art organic farming products.

The afternoon event was filled with entertainment numbers and awards. Prizes were given to the best distributors and franchisees.

But it was not a mere celebration, as Nextgen officials looked back on how the company succeeded from ups and downs throughout the years.

From what was once a humble company that only started in a small office here in Davao City back in 2015, it has now expanded its operation in the entire country.

Nextgen vice president for business development Jun Sarto shared the company’s vision which is to advocate for the farmers is something that the company strives to fulfill.

“Since the Philippines in an agriculture country, we suited our products to be helpful for our local farmers through unique and affordable products,” Sarte shared.

Nextgen’s line of products had now expanded from just plain agricultural products, such as fertilizers, to more products for wellness such as food supplements, beauty products, and household products.

Aside from direct selling, the company also do multilevel marketing which aims for time and financial freedom for its members.

As Nextgen is entering a new year filled with challenges and blessing, Sarti guaranteed that they will continuously improve their products and services, to adapt to the ever changing time and market.

“Nextgen will be tirelessly find ways to improve its products. At the same time, we will be competing in the global marketing,” he said.


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