It’s no secret that Andrea Brillantes has achieved so much at such a young age—she landed her first lead role at the age of 10, built a home for her family at 17, and now, she’s the Philippines’ youngest celebrity CEO at 19 years old.

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The young actress recently revealed that she will be launching her own company, A.B.G. Trading Inc., in November this year—a feat that she has dreamed of since she was a kid.

“Five years old pa lang ako alam ko na ang gusto kong gawin sa buhay ko, ang mag artista. Pero maraming hindi nakakaalam na dream ko talaga ang magka-business for my family,” the Kadenang Ginto star wrote on Facebook. “This business that I am launching this November has been in development for so long and I am so happy that I can finally share it with you all very soon.”

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She also expressed her gratitude to her team and supporters for the outpour of love that she continues to receive. “I am so thankful that I have the right team with me in my corporation. Please follow my journey as a first-time CEO and business owner. Lubos akong nagpapasalamat sa suporta ninyong lahat. Mahal na mahal ko kayo.

May you serve as an inspiration to millions of young Filipinas, Andrea!

This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Female Network editors.

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