“One of the things we need more than ever is to stay well-informed and to be aware of not only the bad but the good that is happening in the world.”
The WU branch will adopt a contactless, tellerless, and cashless model for an expedited remittance service. Their goal is to enable an end-to-end solution that allows anyone in the world to send or receive money in any currency in real time.
“Guys legit to, gumawa kami ng food delivery service oha,” the company’s Twitter announcement reads. “Para to sa mga bikers at sa inyo. We will not take any commission in this initiative. Sa kanila lahat to.”
FSHI shares plans to develop a FinTech Hub in the next twelve months which aims to create an integrated financial services space to serve as a one-stop shop where Filipinos can perform financial transactions on-the-go.
This March, the Favor Church community is streaming all five of its scheduled Sunday services live via KUMU. Users can now attend the services online and send virtual gifts which will all go to the church.
The project aims to educate MSMEs on digital marketing skills and tools, bringing out their edge amidst the competitive business landscape.
The Singapore-based company aims to capitalize on the country’s huge underbanked population.
The new audio streaming feature should see their community grow with aspiring Filipino podcasters all over the world.
MONA, or “Move On NA” only costs P300 and assures one that, in case life gets in the way of love, the insured has a staycation waiting for them at any one of Saphron’s partner hotels.
“Now, the Philippines is primed to move on to the next level and transition into a world-class digital economy through the Philippine Fintech Festival -- an international gathering of experts and leaders in innovation.”