Impact on PR and marketing
Before the controversial Donald Trump turned the American elections on its head, there was Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. With Davao City as his model, the erstwhile mayor from the south rose to overwhelm his Manila-based rivals and became the country's 16th president.
1. Chat for real time coordination
A lot of factors played in Duterte's successful presidential run. But there's one thing that gave the Duterte media campaign an edge in the fast-paced race.
Impact on PR and marketing
'Geeks on a Beach' 5 on Aug. 24-25
"We have something cool to reveal to you today. The most laid back tech Startup conference in the world will take place in the most beautiful island in the world," says Tina Amper in an email blast to her list from the previous Geeks on a Beach in Panglao, Bohol.
This time, she announced, GOAB 5 will happen in Palawan this August 24-25, 2017.
No fine details yet.
Visa to United States in 5-6 months
RAPIDVISA, the fastest visa processing service in the US and in the country today, officially opened its Cebu office on the 12th floor of Park Centrale bldg.
The biggest college party at the SRP can't be without beer. But there's something better for the Globe Telecom prepaid subscriber at 'Unleashed Cebu.' The beer is FREE.
Post photos about his/her Unleashed experience using the hashtags #NextLevelKa and #GlobeUnleashed. Present and show the post to the Globe Brand Ambassador present at the Clash of Clans booth.
Geeks to gather for top Philippine tech event
[caption id="attachment_5808" align="alignleft" width="300"] Singer Lana del Rey had the ocean in California as the background in this photo cover of her latest single.
MiCab confident of Filipino support
With foreign-owned taxi hailing apps relying on add-on fees to make money, the Filipino-owned MiCab pivots towards LED advertisements to keep the fares low for commuters with an add-on of only 10 pesos or $0.22.
That P10 charge will go to the taxi driver, not to MiCab nor even the taxi operator, said MiCab founders Eddie Ybañez, Eric Cuenco, and Kenneth Baylosis even as they bared strategies to beat their bigger budgeted competitors soon.
While the local startup laid low for several months, foreign-owned competitors entered the Philippine market and carved large chunks of the
Handy guide for the entrepreneur
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PRworks proud of client's growth beyond Cebu, PH
Recognition by peers in the vibrant business community in Cebu, the second biggest urban center in the Philippines, is a moment of pride for GT Cosmetics founder and Chief Operating Officer, Engr. Leonora B. Salvane.
She received this year’s Grand Chamber Countryside Entrepreneur of the Year from the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) during plush ceremonies at the Radisson Blu Hotel last June 30 2015.
(What is the meaning of GT?)
[caption id="attachment_5692" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Congratulations Engr. Leonora Salvane, Countryside Entrepreneur of the Year! The photo shows Engr.
10th year celebration in Cebu rocks
Over a hundred international bloggers, citizen media advocates, and tech experts from 60 countries moved around the hall dancing the Sinulog to open the week-long series of activities of Global Voices in Cebu last January 2015.
Global Voices is "a border-less, largely volunteer community of more than 800 writers, analysts, online media experts and translators ... leading the conversation on citizen media reporting since 2005." It decided to hold its Citizen Media Summit and 10th anniversary celebration in Cebu City, Philippines.
The Sinulog is a local traditional prayer-dance in honor of Señor
Advocacy PR through the years
Saving money in jars helped Ms.