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Cebu Pacific’s various sustainability initiatives continue despite pandemic

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines' leading carrier, continues to innovate in line with its sustainability initiatives that it started long before the COVID-19 outbreak wounded global economies.

Treat pandemic as disaster that needs preparedness, UP scientist says

“Let’s think of pandemics and even localized epidemics as disasters for which we need preparedness and mitigation strategies,” academician, Emeritus Prof. Michael Lim Tan of the University of the Philippines said during his presentation on “COVID-19, Circularity and Better Normal: Recovery and Rebuilding,” at the Annual Scientific Conference and 88th General Membership Assembly of the Department of Science and Technology-National Research Council of the Philippines (DOST-NRCP).

How these tricycle drivers became successful pandaTODA riders

The delivery service is an exciting sector because it’s growing so fast. These days, it’s hard to spend a night at home where one can chill and chow without ordering from foodpanda. However, the huge impact it makes on the restaurant industry won't be possible without its fleet of riders. The men and women of foodpanda serve as the hands and feet of the consumers who simply want their food and grocery to be safely delivered straight to their homes and workplaces.

BPI reaches PHP1 trillion in AUM as Pinoys tap investment opportunities amid pandemic

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) reached PHP1 trillion in assets under management (AUM) through its consolidated trust and asset management business as more Filipinos seek out investment opportunities amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gretchen Ho’s bike for workers donation drive reaches 1,000 mark

Philippine TV host Gretchen Ho marked the milestone of reaching 1,000 bike donations by giving the special batch to 100 women workers.

Safety Guide When Typhoons Strike During Covid 19 Pandemic

When Supertyphoon Rolly (International name: Goni) was forecast to hit the Philippines on the first day of November 2020, people remembered the major damages to life and property that Supertyphoon Yolanda brought in November 2013 and braced for the worst.

Digitalizing Payments Can Save Your Money For Businesses

Businesses looking to optimize their costs and cope with the changes in consumer behavior brought about by COVID-19 can take the first step by digitalizing payments for partners and suppliers.

Guide for When Strong Earthquakes Strike During Pandemic

A magnitude 5.4 earthquake was recorded by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS-DOST) to have struck early Saturday morning in Occidental Mindoro and was felt in varying intensities in the nearby provinces of Batangas and Cavite, parts of Metro Manila, and as far as Bulacan, Pampanga, and Quezon.

Enchanted Kingdom reopens to tourists after passing health safety inspection

The Philippines' Enchanted Kingdom (EK) in Sta. Rosa, Laguna is set to bring magic again when it reopens this October.

Young entrepreneur Raya Buensuceso gives over 70 bikes to female frontliners

Young entrepreneur Raya Buensuceso's bike fundraiser has managed to procure and donate 73 mountain bikes to female frontliners who struggle at work due to the lack of public transportation amid the ongoing pandemic.

Young agripreneurs export Tarlac farmers’ okra harvest to Japan

Young Filipino agripreneurs are exporting 'okra' or ladyfingers to Japan to sustain agricultural-business and to support the livelihood of Tarlac farmers who are greatly affected by the fluctuation of 'palay' price.

Philippines gets ‘Safe Travels’ stamp of approval from World Tourism Council

The Philippines has obtained the 'Safe Travels' stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), granting approval of the country as a trusted global destination that follows strict health and hygiene protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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