Friday, November 15, 2019

World Vision and partners respond to emergency needs of quake survivors


Following three succeeding earthquakes that hit southern Mindanao last month, World Vision launched its relief operations to help the affected families of Kidapawan City, Makilala, and Tulunan in Northern Cotabato.

To complement the efforts of the local government, World Vision provided non-food items such as hygiene kits (bath and laundry soaps, toothbrushes and toothpastes, sanitary packs, nail cutter, undergarments and malong or tube skirt), jerry cans, mosquito net, mats, and blankets, and emergency shelter kits (tarp and rope) among others.

Experience Japan's #1 MBA Class for FREE


GLOBIS University, Japan’s largest and No. 1 MBA school, is holding an MBA Trial Class for prospective Filipino students in Manila this month.

Known for its disruptive take on MBA education, GLOBIS University ensures the practicality of its courses and programs to adequately equip graduates with the necessary skills and expertise to advance their careers.

“We want to encourage Filipino business professionals to enroll in our program, and we believe that an experiential activity will effectively demonstrate GLOBIS University’s unique MBA education approach,” says Sven Van Stichel, GLOBIS Faculty.

Growing Philippine tourism


The Philippines is once again at the forefront of the global tourism industry with its participation in the World Travel Market (WTM) 2019 in Excel, London.Organized by the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB), the marketing and promotions arm of the Department of Tourism (DOT), the Philippines’ participation was able to generate more than P62 million based on partial sales leads gathered or a 35.73% return of investment.

With Korea, China, the US and Japan topping the country’s tourist arrivals, the Philippines’ participation in WTM strengthens the country’s presence in the international tourism and travel arena, particularly Europe and brought it close to its goal of attracting 8.2 million tourists by the end of 2019.

The SM Bears of Joy are out to play this Christmas!

SM Bears of Joy Mobile Game, an entertaining free-to-play match-puzzle digital game, is available on any Android and iOS mobile device all throughout November and December.

It is the season of sparkle, excitement, and JOY!

Never miss the fun this Christmas with the SM Bears of Joy Mobile Game, an entertaining free-to-play match-puzzle digital game featuring SM’s very own Bears of Joy – perfect for when you are on idle during a trip or when you are just lounging around in the mall!

“We are hoping that through this, we can inject more fun into our customers’ holiday experience. We would also like to continue to encourage our shoppers to purchase the SM Bears of Joy and make this season more meaningful for themselves and our various charity beneficiaries,” said Jonjon San Agustin, SM Supermalls senior vice president for marketing.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

70% discounts, perks, await Robinsons Rewards members at the 4-day Robinsons Warehouse Sale 2019

Find the best deals and enjoy up to 70% discount at the 4-day Robinsons Warehouse Sale happening from November 14-17, 2019 at the World Trade Center.


The much-awaited #RobinsonsWarehouseSale2019 is finally happening from November 14-17, 2019 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City!  It has everything all in one place—for exciting and convenient holiday shopping where Robinsons Rewards members can get first dibs on exclusive deals from their favorite brands using their rewards cards or mobile app to get discounts of up to 70% plus exclusive perks.

For 4 continuous days of hassle-free shopping at the #RobinsonsWarehouseSale2019, get the best deals on a wide range of items from various top-selling brands. Check out brand-new appliances, compare features, and even get expert advice from product specialists.

How to stay on track of your fitness goals with the SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch Active 2


These days, more Filipinos are encouraged to pursue healthier lifestyles on top of excelling in the office. These young corporate warriors belong to the New Work Tribe, who want to achieve career milestones while having the time to pursue their health goals. The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 functions as a life coach that can guide fitness enthusiasts with their health and work goals.

Here are some ways the smartwatch can guide even the busiest individual to a healthier life:

Makeup trends for the Holiday



With Christmas just around the corner, it's time  to level up your makeup game so you look fab and glam for the Holiday gatherings. Look your best and make a statement at every party with these makeup trends fit for the season:

Unique, glossy lip color!
Nothing beats the smokey eye and lip gloss combo. With your finger or brush, dab on brown or black eyeshadow on your eyelids and pair it with a glossy lip color. This resurfacing lip trend also complements a simple matte make up look and may even spice up your nude lipstick to make you look more radiant. For a non-sticky and lightweight supple lips, use Careline Stain Gloss; a magic lip gloss that adapts to skin’s PH level giving every girl a unique lip color.

McDonald’s boosts QSR work immersion, provides world-class training for students in Makati City


McDonald’s, City of Makati, DepEd inks MOA for Work Immersion Program From L-R: Ms. Chona L. Torre, SVP for Human Capital Group, McDonald's Philippines, Kenneth Yang, President & CEO, Golden Arches Development Corporation, Mayor Mar-len Abigail Binay Campos, Mayor of Makati City, Dr. Rita Riddle, DepEd Makati School Governance and Operations Division Chief, Ms. Vissa Marie Aldon, Public Employment Service Office (PESO), Makati Manager, Dr. Rosali Trongco, DepEd Makati School Governance and Operations Division Chief

In a bid to strengthen its commitment to support the learning and development of the youth, Golden Arches Development Corporation (McDonald’s Philippines) signs a partnership with the City Government of Makati and with the Department of Education (DepEd) through the Schools Division Office of Makati City to help prepare senior high school students in the city for employment through the Work Immersion Program (WIP).

Recognizing the potential of every student to contribute to society and to the growth of organizations, McDonald’s Philippines inks a memorandum of agreement with Makati Mayor Abby Binay and with the Department of Education through the Schools Division Office of Makati. Through the agreement, McDonald’s commits to train over 500 Senior High School (Grade 12) students from seven participating schools, namely: University of Makati, Fort Bonifacio High School, Pitogo High School, Nemesio Yabut High School, Maximo Estrella High School, Benigno Aquino High School, and Makati High School. The students will be assigned across the 23 McDonald’s stores in Makati City, and in the company’s head office to learn more about restaurant operations and gain firsthand experience and knowledge in the industry.

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