This woman found fortune in coconut shells. She started with 4 workers in 1988 when they were making picture frames, jewelry boxes, office accessories made from coconut shells.
Maxima "Baby" and her husband Rolando Madera named their business after their daughter's name, Babylan.
This candle holder is among the popular items in her line.
This is my favorite. This can be a container for even a fruit salad!
Now, her clients include, among others, the Amanpulo Resort and a resort in Maldives.
A must-buy for tourists as a souvenir from Negros Island.
These products are displayed and sold at the Negros Showroom in Lacson St and at their newly opened branch at Robinsons Place Central Citywalk, Bacolod City.