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Work from home, quarantine trigger demand for laptops
THE unprecedented surge in people working from home has caused a spike in demand for laptops.Wilson Ng, owner of Ngenius and Ng Khai Development Corp., told SunStar Cebu that many companies have made bulk orders of laptops as they rush ...
From 6 days ago
Online store offers Consumers fresh, Low-cost agri goods
THE community quarantine implemented in the province of Cebu has paved the way for new ways of doing business with some vendors taking advantage of the online platform to continue serving the market.Agri-entrepreneur Richard Tumulak launched an online market—cebumarket.store—on Sunday, ...
From 8 days ago
Consumers assured of enough cash during quarantine period
THE Cebu Bankers Club (CBC) noted a surge in demand for physical cash amid the community quarantine measures which have seen consumers stocking up on food.CBC president Neil Yu assured that banks in Cebu and nearby provinces are ready to ...
From 10 days ago
Covid-19 leads workers to work from home
THE Cebu IT-BPM Organization Foundation Inc. (Cib.O) wants more information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) firms to adopt a work-from-home arrangement for the safety of their workers and to help the government contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.Cib.O ...
From 14 days ago
Biz leaders: it’s up to companies to release 13th month pay
THE business chambers in Cebu province want to leave it to businesses whether they will release early the 13th month pay to workers or not.Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Felix Taguiam said businesses are now facing a tough ...
From 15 days ago
Bankers notice ‘significant cash withdrawals’
BANKS in Cebu City are implementing shortened banking hours for a month as a safety precaution against the Covid-19 pandemic.Neil Yu, president of Cebu Bankers Club (CBC), said they passed a resolution endorsing shortened banking hours from 9 a.m. to ...
From 16 days ago
Street-smart seamstress wins microfinance award
A MICRO-ENTREPRENEUR from Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu emerged as the 2019 Regional Awardee for Visayas during the 17th Citi Micro-entrepreneurship Awards (CMA) organized by the Citi Foundation and the Microfinance Council of the Philippines Inc.Merly Domingo, who runs a garments manufacturing ...
From 20 days ago
Retailers appeal: avoid panic buying
SHOP responsibly.This was what Philippine Retailers Association (PRA) spokesperson Robert Go said as consumers in other countries and some areas in Metro Manila showed panic buying behaviors.“Panic buying is not good for the market. It will disrupt the inventory of ...
From 23 days ago
CCCI on covid-19 impact: ‘It’s about survival now’
“WAY maayong laki karon. It’s about survival now.”Thus did Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) president Virgilio Espeleta express strong conviction for government, industries and the business community to impose drastic measures that the chamber earlier recommended through a ...
From 34 days ago
Peza, CTU unveil special economic zone institute
THE Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) launched its second special economic zone (SEZ) institute in the country in Cebu Technological University-Main Campus.Peza Director General Charito Plaza said the institute will cater to Filipinos who want to gain more knowledge and ...
From 36 days ago