Marjorey Rubio: “BEXCS is a phenomenal company that thrived well amidst the pandemic. I want everyone here to understand our vision, mission, and core values because these are what we have lived for in the last 3 years and continue to live upon, To become a leading world-class company empowering the Philippine E-commerce economy by bridging industry gaps.”
BEXCS rapidly evolved in the past 3 years from being a small third-party player into becoming an end-to-end logistic solutions corporation. Over the years, BEXCS designed our ecosystem to be sustainable, scalable, and resilient to empower domestic and foreign clients.
They started in 2019 when Mr. Rodel Rubio saw the potential of serving the unserved locations in the country, particularly in Bulacan. BEXCS is coined from its old name BULACAN EXPRESS COURIER SERVICES because the couple is Bulakenyos. In 2019, before the breakthrough, Marjorey was a stay-at-home mom while doing full-time work as a senior market analyst for a Japanese firm. Alongside her husband, Rodel had several residential projects by day and was a part-time grab rider at night.
Marjorey Rubio: “Both of us can’t work at the same time because one of us has to take care of our son Boaz who is special. When I say special, he was born with special needs. When he was 1 he already manifested signs of delay and epilepsy. But he is our only child and knowing we waited for 8 years we never complained to the Lord. When I gave birth to him every day is a challenge, every day is a different story and every day is like unending hardship. We incurred lots of debts and tons of medications, lab tests, and therapies. We had to sell while working but more than that we fear that we might not be able to sustain his needs in the future. So as my husband and I see our future we also saw an opportunity. He began to observe the market and he learned that a lot of his customers were having a hard time getting pick-up services from Bulacan to NCR and vice versa. As a market researcher and analyst for 6 years, I found his idea interesting and so I created a feasibility study. It was hard and we had to build the company literally from the ground up while taking care of our son. The money came from my senior colleague in our company, Angela – Salamat for never having a second thought about seeding our first capital. We started with only 70,000 pesos.”