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Nestlé Philippines, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) tackle plastic waste in Donsol

Food and beverage manufacturer Nestlé Philippines has entered into an agreement with World Wide Fund for Nature – Philippines (WWF-PH) to tackle plastic waste in Donsol, Sorsogon, where whale shark watching is an ecotourism...

The rise of home-based businesses

The lockdown imposed for the most part of 2020 to control the spread of the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) gave rise to home-based entrepreneurs baking, cooking, sewing and selling just about anything online...

THROUGH TECHNOLOGY: Ensuring delivery of public services amid COVID-19

Shall initially feature three service nodes, namely the eGSISMO (mobile version), the GSIS Citizen’s Charter, and the directory of all GSIS Branches. The GSIS Touch mobile app will allow active government employees to view their...

CYBERSECURITY FORECAST: Pandemic induces gender, cybersecurity issues in tech industry

THE pandemic has caused global economic havoc and social disruption. The worst of the effects are only being felt almost a year after the world went into lockdown. Though people were forced to stay indoors,...

Telcos keeping people together during the maelstrom

This new norm for doing everyday things has put pressure on telecommunications companies to improve internet speeds and expand the coverage of both mobile and fixed line service in key cities and provinces in...

From ‘send money’ to ‘add-to-cart’ to ‘check out’

2020 saw significant changes to the way we live, work and play. As people stayed in the safety of their homes for weeks and months on end, we needed to alter our daily routines...

Meeting demands for meat in the new normal

At a time when staying at home is considered a civic duty rather than a sign of being an introvert, meat delivery services suddenly became more of a necessity rather than a luxury service. Be...

Pandemic-sparked ‘Aha Moment’

When the government announced a lockdown in mid-March, Jennifer Jasita-Lim had around two months’ worth of supply of grocery and toiletries for her family of three. Being cooped up at home was far from...

On-demand food delivery thrives in the new normal

Since its creation, foodpanda on-demand food delivery service has grown to more than 170,000 partner restaurants in more than 325 cities across 13 Asian and Central Europe. In the Philippines where foodpanda currently operates...

Finding a sweeter life during lockdown

CORPORATE guy Marlon Alanano Aldenese would normallybe presiding over meetings, and overseeing office activities. Contentment at work suddenly turned into fear and anxiety when what was described as an ‘invisible killer’ began to escalate and...