Makro 32 in Union LCD P19,999 & LCD Matrix 42 in P41,999 & 20 Fukuda LCD P8,999

Friday, December 4, 2009

Makro promo good until December 16, 2009 if they have stocks which is a problem at Makro, to see the ad for these LCD tv click the link below and go to middle of the ad by clicking the back or forward arrows at the top of the screen on the left.

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makro and webpage design make it simple

Thursday, October 29, 2009

It would be nice to see Makro mail on the web several days before the SALE

Monday, October 26, 2009

To me this ovesight is very important to correct to allow customers and Makro the best cash flow. I find many of the Makro specials are not available in Cebu and the employess just shake their heads and said no stock arrived.  This affects your business and makes customers not want to come back for advertised items after finding many items not in stock even on the first day of the sale!

Makro re-branded as SM Hypermart

SM Investments Corp. will soon convert its Makro stores into hypermarkets—outlets combining a supermarket and a department store—because the concept of wholesale buying no longer appeals to consumers, an official said yesterday.

The Sy family’s holding firm initially would convert three Makro stores in Novaliches, Makati and Mandaluyong into hypermarkets, said Robert Kwee, executive vice president of SM Hypermarkets.
“We will see first how things will develop,” he said.

Makro has 15 outlets that cater mostly to restaurants, caterers and mom-and-pop stores, but the idea of getting a membership card to buy wholesale in a Makro store was no longer attractive because of the economic slowdown, Kwee said.

Pilipinas Makro, which operates the Makro stores in the Philippines, originally was a partnership between the Sy family’s SM group, SHV Holdings N.V. of the Netherlands, and the Ayala group.

But in 2004 the Ayala group sold its 28-percent interest in Makro to its joint-venture partners, and in late 2007 SM Investments folded the Makro stores into its operations after it increased its ownership of Pilipinas Makro to 60 percent.

Makro also has outlets at the North Harbor, Cubao, Las Piñas, Cainta, Imus, Sucat, Cebu City, Davao City, Pampanga, Batangas City, Cagayan de Oro City and Iloilo City.

The three Makro stores aside, SM Investments also plans to put up three other hypermarket outlets in Fairview, Las Piñas and Quezon City this year.

The group will also open 14 more Savemore stores—smaller outlets that cater to customers’ day-to-day needs.