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Kickstarting success: 6 things new startup founders need to know

VIA Startup Summit discusses essential tips for startups.

Being her own boss: How technology is empowering female entrepreneurs

Facebook’s #SheMeansBusiness equips women for entrepreneurship.

The intricate balancing act of future-proofing your family business

Something old, something new — balancing family values and innovation.

Unlocking opportunities at Investagrams Traders’ Summit

Investing professionals break down the tools of the trade.

Local startup allows users to make money by helping friends find...

Recruitday hopes to connect firms with talent through social-referral recruiting.

The sound of silence

Upsilon scandal: The reality of gender-based hate and how it grows.
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The Filipino dream: The role of vision and values in shaping...

ISA’s “Dream Philippines” talks values for a better Philippines.

AF Payments lays out their plans for a cashless future

From transpo to retail, beep expands services into 2019.

Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce to improve poor corporate SOGIE-inclusivity

Zero to 100: LGBT advocacy group to increase SOGIE-inclusive companies.

Lullabies in Prison

Lives lost and found in Iloilo’s women’s prison.

Supporting Filipino content creators through the tipping economy

Solving content deserts with Kumu, a 24/7 Filipino talent expo.

Small businesses as vulnerable to website hacks as big companies

GoDaddy experts explain the “small business website security paradox.”

The key to future-proofing your job? Study gov’t regulations.

Across various industries, today’s business leaders are those who can best adopt and adapt to the latest in technological advancements. But with the plethora...

On Cagayan’s Cryptohub: How can it succeed?

With the announcement that the Philippines is building a “Crypto Valley of Asia” (CVA) in the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), cryptocurrency once again took the national spotlight as a potential key industry in the country.

Amid dour economic outlooks, the local semiconductor industry is still booming

Existing infra, availability of people seen as a silver lining for semiconductor makers.

Looking good, being good: the collective responsibility of sustainable fashion

How companies and consumers work together in sustainable fashion

Why you should probably be wary of “free” public WiFi

BPI’s John B. Paz on why security should come before convenience.

Adopt, adapt, become adept—rising up to disruptive tech

UPS’ Chris Buono on how to future-proof your firm.

Four tips for keeping safe online as a career freelancer

Cybersecurity insights from Kaspersky Lab.

Seven ways businesses are cloud-powering their workflows

Cloud tech is now becoming vital to any modern firm. Here’s how.

Fintech lender First Circle to expand, boost financial literacy nationwide

Online lending firm First Circle to boost lending across nation, region.

How (and why) entrepreneurs should cash in on the coconut craze

Pure poison? Potential profit? Insights from the World Coconut Congress.

Gone phishing: The latest in cybercrime, and how to beat it

Kaspersky Lab on the latest cybersecurity threats, and how to beat them.

Meet the Roaming Mantis, the world’s most pervasive smartphone malware threat

Kaspersky Labs explains how users can fight malware menace.

Cloud computing: Here’s how to get on board, and get ahead

AWS head explains why you need to learn cloud computing

How can the business leaders of tomorrow, save the planet today

Highlights from the National Sustainability Summit for Millennials and Gen Zs

Local data science firm among top 10 BI solution providers

Cobena ranked top ten in region for big data analytic services.

35-year-old unknown creates the world’s most valuable startup

How Zhang Yiming succeeded where Google could not.

Facebook just had a giant security breach. No, you don’t need...

Kaspersky advises not to panic following Facebook breach.

EDSA III: The case against surge pricing

Transpo industry deserves better than surge price scheme, MiCab’s Ybanez argues

Five startups to power your small enterprise

Highlights from IBPAP’s latest batch of biztech startups.

How coworking spaces can help you and your business thrive

Spaces, Regus head explains benefits of flexible work spaces

Five ways to boost your online food business

Cloud platform GoDaddy suggests ways to digitize your food biz.

Six ways you can help combat school-age malnutrition

Local NGO network connects health advocates with communities.

Why should human rights advocates be building on the Blockchain?

Applying blockchain tech to upholding human rights.

Filipino talents need to start livestreaming. Here’s why.

The future livestreaming platform Kumu wants to build.

The three obstacles business operators face when going digital

Dino Velasco explains how to grow online with UnionBank GlobalLinker.

Four signs you need to get your startup on the Blockchain

IBM’s Marie Wieck explains what makes businesses thrive on the ledger.

From the Front Page: Business picks up for factories in August

PMI rises following second quarter slowdown.

Beyond Bitcoin: How Blockchain is reinventing global businesses

Lift the crypto-veil and understand what Blockchain can do for you.

From tellers to coffee shops — how new tech is changing...

IBM expert weighs in on banking’s new tech and new competitors.

Filipinos fintechs need to get creative to be competitive

Need inspiration? Here are three ASEAN fintech companies to get you thinking.

Five things you need to know about securing your data

Industry experts explain how to build a personal data strategy.

Should your restaurant start offering delivery?

As the digital era continues to take over Filipino life, more opportunities are becoming available to food brands looking to get their menu offerings into the hands (and mouths) of hungry customers all over the metro.

Free co-working space dedicated to IoT opens in Ortigas

Clearly, the line between the real and virtual worlds gets blurrier as technology grows at an exponential rate.

Today’s online marketplaces might just be tomorrow’s banks, expert says

Platform companies and online marketplaces are the biggest competition faced by banks today, an industry expert from IBM said. If they plan on surviving, players need to look beyond banking to keep profits afloat.

Building your wardrobe with a bit of digital magic

The magic of StyleGenie.

Habi Footwear: Weaving a way out of poverty

The founders of Habi Footwear are laying down the foundation for Filipinos to fight poverty with fashion.

E-Vest, a mobile platform for crowdfunding renewable energy

Two college students will be going head-to-head with 12 other teams from around the Asia-Pacific region to find out whose tech solution is best positioned to help solve the global energy crisis.

Why you should learn cloud computing, according to Amazon

An IT background is not required.

Google to hold Asia-wide pitch competition for startups

Selected startups will receive an all-expense-paid trip to China!

Did Sun Life just create a Tinder for financial advice?

Except you get financial rewards—not a string of regrettable dates.

Is formal education still relevant in the age of disruption?

In a world where the most celebrated innovators are college drop-outs, should we still invest in education?

She was called ‘hija’ in the boardroom. Now she handles 40...

Why "adults" should temper their condescension towards millennials.

Taxi drivers: the forgotten demographic

Taxi drivers do not get the same public support as TNVS drivers.

New co-working space to connect startups to ‘Fortune 500’ companies

It's also super Instagrammable

Behind Jollibee’s heart-warming viral videos is data

For McCann Philippines, creativity's "perfect pair" is actually data.

Looking to buy property? Kylie Verzosa’s startup can help you.

PropertyAccess.co aims to digitize local transactions in buying and selling properties by connecting consumers with agents through a website.

Ideas are not enough to build a sustainable business

There's a secret sauce for success that few founders know of.

After blockchain, Pacquiao invests in tech startup

The boxing superstar-turned-legislator recently led the seed funding of a local car rental platform.

Five other startups that are solving Manila’s traffic

It's not just Uber and Grab.

An online platform for social enterprises? Oui, oui.

If you want to start a social enterprise but don’t know where to start, MakeSense has got you covered.

Is this ‘academy’ purveying male self-confidence or rape culture?

Products range from a P470-worth “Smooth Seduction” E-book to a 10-day intensive training with a price tag of P48,000.

A conglomerate just acquired ChatbotPH amid the anticipated rise of AI

It’s better to be prepared after all.

Winners of Globe ProjectEd shot short films on their mobile phones

Senior high students from all over the Philippines submitted short films shot using their mobile phones.

CONTEST ALERT: BPI Sinag is looking for social enterprises

As much as P100,000 is at stake!

Teaching the poor social entrepreneurship so they can be employers

A social entrep school for the poor exists, and big companies are cashing in.

Would you pay 700% more to rent in Maginhawa? This couple...

Is it worth transferring from Lilac to Maginhawa?

Inside QBO’s social network app for startups and investors

The mobile app aims to connect startup founders and budding technopreneurs with mentors, investors, and partners.

Something old, something new, something… sponsored?

Billy Crawford clarified that his alleged prenup photos with Coleen Garcia were from a “tourism shoot.” However, the concept of sponsored weddings isn’t new.

EducationUSA will host its third US university fair

Explore the educational opportunities in the Land of the Free.

Finalists of Pioneer Insurance and Team Manila’s Graphic Shirt contest

College students design shirts on kindness.

Crisis management lessons from the Cats of BGC catastrophe

Shangri‑La at the Fort faced social media backlash for its treatment of BGC cats. It’s something we all can learn from.

Baguio was named a UNESCO creative city. Where are the millennials?

The summer capital is now part of 180‑member UNESCO Creative Cities Network. The exhibition that celebrates it is devoid of young ones.

When the CCP encouraged taking selfies

During the Pasinaya 2018, the Cultural Center of the Philippines was packed with millennials and their selfie sticks.

MSMEs may soon get Google‑verified easier with the help of DTI

The tech giant is in the initial phase of partnering with the department to validate local businesses that register on Google My Business.

Competition alert: Help the United Nations attain its Sustainable Development Goals

The Merit360 Philippines is a two‑week program this April open to Filipino youth.

Hacks for future food business bosses

Ready to be a food business boss? You might want to wait.

Spicy, explosive, chicken‑y world domination for Tetsuo

For the millennial owners of Tetsuo, the lack of a culinary background can be remedied by a punch of marketing knowhow.

COMPETITION ALERT: Got a novel idea to improve financial literacy in...

At stake are grant funding worth ₱100,000 from Sun Life Foundation, crowdfunding support from The Spark Project, and a chance to develop their initiatives in a Social Impact Bootcamp by The Spark Project.

Millennial‑run crowdfunding platform brings ‘bayanihan’ to entreps

The Spark Project has raised 5.8 million from some 2,678 backers for 63 projects of creative entrepreneurs and freelancers.