TO HIGHLIGHT more the upcoming activities in time for the city’s annual feast, Smart has launched the “Live All Out” mobile photography contest. Mobile photographers shall submit entries that promote the Kagay-anon fiesta spirit.
MANILA – Global property portal Lamudi is now listing the first eco-friendly property in Cagayan de Oro, through a new partnership with award-winning developer Italpinas Euroasian Design and EcoDevelopment Corporation (ITPI Corp).
Primavera Residences is a new eco-friendly condo development in Cagayan de Oro, the capital city of Misamis Oriental province.
DAVAO City is set to host the 6th Summit of National ICT Confederation of the Philippines (NICP) on October 24, 2014 at the SMX Convention Center Davao at SM Lanang Premier.
NICP chair Wit Holganza, speaking in the Davao Business Forum at Dermpath, SM City Davao on Tuesday, said this will be the first time that the city will host the summit.
LOCAL food industry-based micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) who will be joining the delegation from Davao City to the Salon Internationaled 'Alimentation (Sial) in Paris in October 2014 will be expected to gain new insights and innovative ideas as to how they can better market their products globally.
NEGOSYO Centers will be established soon across the country that will assist and enable the faster establishment of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs).
The establishment of the centers is a provision in the Go Negosyo Act or Republic Act 10644, which was approved last July 15,2014, and authored by Sen. Paolo Benigno "Bam" A. Aquino IV.
ADOPTING green growth as a strategy can make Filipino businesses competitive, especially during economically challenging times, according to speakers at yesterday’s Green Innovation for Competitiveness Forum.
Volker Steigerwald, GIZ project manager of the Promotion of Green Economic Development (ProGED), said it is time for Filipino enterprises to adopt good environmental practices for them to capture a good slice of the growing green economy.
CEBU is becoming a top gateway to smaller island destinations in the country, officials of Cebu Pacific (CEB) noted, with 29 of its routes flying out of its Cebu hub.
A “FRAGMENTED” creative industry encouraged a designer to put up a creative and design school in Cebu City.
Genesis Raña of creative agency Empire teamed up with more than 30 industry practitioners to run the University of Visayas New School of Art and Design (UVNS), a joint venture between Raña and the Gullas family.
ONE of the country’s leading power producers is throwing its support to the country’s interruptible load program (ILP) to address power shortage in the coming months.
AboitizPower (AP) said in a statement that ILP would avert the anticipated power shortage nationwide starting in April 2015.
THE Philippine economy remains in a “good spot” despite volatilities caused by both domestic and external factors.
However, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Governor Amando Tetangco Jr. said onshore market players need to set boundaries so as not get burned along the way.
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