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Laguna’s Oryspa CEO Sherill Quintana wins Philippines’ 1st Asia Pacific Woman Entrepreneur Award

Oryspa CEO Sherill Quintana is the first Filipino to win the Asia Pacific Woman Entrepreneur Award. Quintana, a Filipino brand advocate, was given the award...

Unifrutti Group Philippines: A sustainable partnership and a tribal sacred compact

Many communities in Mindanao are among the poorest of the poor, with poverty rates as high as 70 percent.

Japan hiring 50,000 Filipinos starting 2019 to work in key industries

Starting 2019, the Japanese government will be hiring more Filipinos to work in key sectors in the country.

Digital convenience with GrabPay, SM partnership

SM Investments Corporation is partnering with Asia’s leading online platform Grab to provide Filipino consumers the convenience of digital transactions starting 2019. GrabPay users can...

PHINMA Education; Making quality higher education accessible for poor Filipinos

Education is the great equalizer. That much Alvin Laurian knew so he was determined to finish college.

BPI Family Savings Bank gives people their dream car with MIAS 2019 exclusive auto...

BPI Family Savings Bank (BFSB), the country's largest thrift bank, made it possible for people to own their dream car with exclusive offers at...

How APEC Schools changed the life of an older learner

Jessica Tejada had a challenging childhood. When she was 10, family problems forced her to drop out of elementary school. For the next five...

6 Filipino firms in Forbes list of World’s Best Employers

Six Philippine-based companies are listed in Forbes Magazine’s World’s Best Employers list in a survey report released mid October. Ayala Corporation topped the Philippine entries...

AKABA: Weaving a brighter future for poor Filipinos

AKABA Ltd. Design Co. seeks to not just promote indigenous peoples’ culture but also help alleviate poverty by promoting loom-weaving. Forty-year-old Liwayway Caparas from Ilocos...

5 Facts on How Philippine banking history started with BPI

Philippine banking history began with the establishment of the Bank of Philippine Islands – originally known as El Banco Español Filipino de Isabel II – on August 1, 1851.

US skincare line Kiehl’s spotlights Filipino culture

American cosmetics brand Kiehl’s released limited edition products spotlighting Filipino culture.

Duran Farm nurtures seeds of progress

17-year old Leomar Malayag had high hopes for his future as a college freshman studying BS Agriculture. Unlike many kids his age, he recognized...

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