How the businesses of Gerald Anderson were affected by the pandemic?
Actor-businessman Gerald Anderson shared how his businesses were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gerald owned the Hayati private resort in Batangas and The Th3d Floor gym in Quezon City.
However, like other business owner, he suffered a loss due to the pandemic.
“Oh yes, ngayon sobra. Hindi ako masyadong maluho na tao. Hindi naman ako mahilig sa mga mamahalin na damit or mga sapatos. I think nung mas bata bata ako mas sasakyan. So yun yung blessing. Yung sa gym stamina talaga, tiis yung mga adjustments na malaki. Yung sa resort naman, kumbaga naka-ready na siya. Nung pandemic naman, nag-stay din ako dun. Nag-prepare ako, nag-aayos ng konti, nag-pintura ako, nag-linis kami. Kumbaga lagi naman siyang ready pag talagang puwedeng puwede na, yung tuloy tuloy na mga guests, mga ganyan. So tiis at perseverance lang. Alam niyo naman ako mahilig ako sa challenges so parang siyang challenge, para siyang math din eh. Mas thorough, mas pulido yung finances ko,” he said.
Aside from his acting career, Gerald Anderson said that he wanted to focus on his businesses.
The 32-year-old actor considers himself lucky to have continued to work amid all the challenges he faced such as the shutdown of his home network, ABS-CBN.
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