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Tech startups to benefit exports
EXPORTERS want to see more successful local tech startups as they see this benefitting the country’s export sector. Philippine Exporters Confederation (Philexport) Cebu executive director Fred Escalona said having more startups in the Philippines whose core business is in developing IT ...
From 823 days ago
Grow the numbers before getting funding
CEBUANO tech entrepreneurs who have had their fair share of stories on starting up and searching for investors to finance their ideas have one common advice to startups: build and develop their products or services and find real customers first ...
From 824 days ago
Pernia appeals to Congress: Lift QR on rice
AMID third quarter growth of 6.9 percent that made the Philippines the second fastest growing economy in Asia, the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda) appealed for more support for the agriculture sector. In a speech delivered during the press conference ...
From 827 days ago
Expert tip: invest in firms, not sectors
A STOCK market expert cautioned investors to not fall prey to advice identifying which industries or sectors have the most potential, as this could be erroneous. Instead, Unicapital advisor to the board Alvin Arogo said that investors should look individually into ...
From 827 days ago
Lack of planning could slam property values
PROPERTY values in Cebu could suffer from the lack of urban planning measures that has resulted in a flood-prone and congested metropolis amid the robust local real estate scene here, an expert cautioned. Ramon Sevilla, a registered environmental planner, raised concerns ...
From 829 days ago
Landmasters keen on filling housing gaps
THE founder of publicly-listed Cebu Landmasters Inc. said he is keen on expanding the property development company’s portfolio to include the lower-end market and help address the county’s challenge of dealing with informal settlements. In an interview with reporters yesterday, CLI ...
From 830 days ago
Gaisano family may convert properties to leisure estates
A MEMBER of the Gaisano family said they are keen on converting some raw lands, particularly in Mactan Island, to build some leisure and tourism-related estates. In an interview, Edward Gaisano, chairman and president of VICSAL Development Corp., expressed an interest ...
From 831 days ago
Startups’ gains give IT grads reasons to stay upbeat
ENTREPRENEURSHIP in information technology (IT) may help make up for a slowdown in the IT-BPM sector, an industry highly dependent on foreign accounts where at least 100,000 Cebuanos are at risk of losing their jobs should the disruption continue. Gregg Victor ...
From 832 days ago
Ayala Group sets aside P39B for Cebu
THE Ayala Group is booking P39 billion for Cebu over the next five years, an amount needed to finance its commercial, retail, residential, and leisure expansions. Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) Visayas-Mindanao Group vice president Aniceto “Jun” Bisnar Jr. shared the information ...
From 834 days ago
New ‘eco-fun’ spot to rise in Mactan
RIDING on Cebu’s tourism wave, property giant, Ayala Land Inc. (ALI), and its local partners are investing P35 billion for its first leisure development in Cebu. In a media preview yesterday, the Seagrove will sit on a 14-hectare property in Barangay ...
From 835 days ago