FVP believes product development will be crucial to being able to keep an even course through the next five years. The company is convinced that as long as product excellence is sustained, it will always have dealers who will spread the word of the unlimited opportunity found in FVP.
With human capital being vital to the business, FVP banks on keeping its people happy and competent. This translates to providing educational and learning opportunities, skills enhancement and training. Training focuses on marketing, both traditional or digital. Associates and representatives are taught how to best communicate with dealers, with the Founder being a big believer of conducting leadership talks and seminars herself. The company also offers special interest lessons such as digital communications, where staff are sent abroad for experience and exposure.
Being in the business of people, FVP’s corporate social initiatives are human and social-centric. The First Vita Plus’ Share and Care Foundation benefits children with disabilities and certain ailments. The company also sponsors deserving case to enable them to complete their studies, believing that education is the right of all children.
In ten years FVP hopes to make the best even better, by opening doors for itself as a business, and for Philippine products, in the global market. It plans to keep coming up with products and business incentives that continue to reflect what the company stands for – excellent people, products and performance. It also desires that MLM be fully recognized as a viable employment and livelihood solution for those in need of opportunity, both in the Philippines and abroad.