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Startup Weekend Cebu Women Edition

STARTUP WEEKEND CEBU WOMEN EDITION” organizing committee members (from left) Ashley Uy, facilitator; Nicole Padin, communication head; Maryanne Apale, co-lead/co-facilitator; Rhiz Herrero, finance lead; Leni Tuhoy, marketing lead and Gee Quidet, lead organizer, promote the “Startup Weekend Cebu Women Edition” to be held on Sept. 28 to 30 at the Cebu IT Park. (SunStar photo/Alex Badayos)

Iligan City to Host Digital Career Expo and Freelancer Fair

Iligan City to Host Digital Career Expo and Freelancer Fair The first-ever Digital Career Expo and Freelancer Fair in Iligan City is co-presented by the Local Government Unit of Iligan City, Philippine ICT Innovation Network, and Iligan Medical Center College. The expo will be participated by 300 delegates from Iligan City and neighboring municipalities.

Hundreds of young entreps undergo YEP

YEP is a nationwide program to help young Filipinos develop their entrepreneurial skills by offering them a comprehensive package of interventions.



Running a Successful Outsourcing Business: Recap from our Cebu Forum

Payoneer held a successful forum in Cebu, Philippines in which over 120 professionals attended to learn more about how to run a successful outsourcing business! The forum brought together local businesses and industry experts to discover best practices for scaling their business globally and how Payoneer can help them go beyond payments.


Kekert: Wine, cheese and art at Anzani

Lorna Bondoc, digital marketing consultant, then continued: “A strong media presence emerged as a need in order to create awareness and engagement among our health-conscious customers. Ryan and Elias wanted to connect with their followers through a channel that they enjoy using the most. I’m confident that we hit the mark.”

Go Digital Asean Trains 17,114 Filipinos in 2021

Go Digital ASEAN, a regional initiative aimed at closing the digital gap for 200,000 micro, small, and medium business owners in Southeast Asia, completed training around 17,114 Filipino learners by December 2021.

The initiative is a collaboration between the 10 ASEAN member states, The Asia Foundation, and, with support from local governments and private sector partners.