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Like a mother to her children, Ma. Alegria Sibal Limjoco – the new president of the largest business organization in the Philippines – aspires to nurture micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) through her advocacies and prepare them as they take on bigger challenges in the global stage.

Mention Dencio’s and you easily conjure mouth-watering images of  Krispy Sisig and the Sinugba, which are both the best-sellers of the two-decades-old bar and restaurant.

Today, every organization needs to reimagine its business model. Customers expect business to meet them anywhere, any time, on any device. To meet this speed of response, businesses need to be ahead of the game, at the cutting edge of what their market is capable of doing and informed by real-time data.

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Customer rewards programs have become a dime a dozen.

Consumer demand accounted for 25 percent of Dell EMC Philippines' business in 2017, with the balance attributed to enterprise spending.

Can you sell hope?

In a study commissioned by LinkedIn titled “Digital Workforce of the Future,” it was revealed that there is a rise in the demand for talents skilled in ABC (artificial intelligence, big data and cloud computing) this year in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Now that the Philippines has entered its own demographic sweet spot, the economy is in a greater position to achieve significant growth through greater productivity, high savings rate and increased consumption.

Local businesses are expected to hire more experts in information technology and e-commerce next year, highlighting the economy’s shift to digital, according to a study conducted by Robert Walters, a London-based recruitment company.

Around two-thirds of employers in the Philippines have difficulty filling vacancies as most workers   lack the appropriate socioemotional skills or those pertaining to leadership, work ethic and interpersonal skills, according to a report by the World Bank.

New sunrise industry

MANILA, Philippines — The entry of private players into the health sector spurs the government’s massive infrastructure program. For Augusto P. Palisoc Jr., president and chief executive officer of Metro Pacific Hospital Holdings Inc, Metro Pacific Investment Corp.’s holding company for all its healthcare investments, the Philippines’ health sector more than a decade ago seemed hardly a candidate as a future sunrise industry. 

Driven by population growth, rapid urbanization

MANILA, Philippines — Driven largely by fast population growth and rapid urbanization, investment opportunities in green or low-carbon buildings in the Philippines are expected to hit $2 billion by 2020, according to the  International Finance Corp. (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group.

“Choose a job you love, and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.” For Maye Yao Co Say, there’s no better job than being a mom to Meagan, 11 and Marcus, 8 – albeit “part-time” because she also has to mother and guide her company, Richwell Philippines Inc., all while pursuing a degree in Education.