By Allyana A. Almonte The goals of most businesses are to gain profits, be on top of the trend, and serve communities. In making information...
It is an understatement to say the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic took everyone by surprise. And in an already struggling industry such as print media, it seemed as if BusinessWorld had the odds stacked against it during the past few years.
Earlier in the first months of the coronavirus pandemic, business owners, executives, and teams were in search of guidance for managing and surviving the massive impacts and disruptions brought or exacerbated by the said crisis.
BusinessWorld has been providing information on the performance of the Philippine corporate sector for 35 years now. And this is not merely on the stories about the current affairs in the business scene. The BusinessWorld Top 1000 Corporations in the Philippines is produced annually to show how the country’s leading firms performed based on their financial statements.
Along with the reputation BusinessWorld has established with the business community and the general public, another contributing factor to the paper’s continuing success for 35 years is the trust it has built with top brands and advertisers.
A new, modern office building will rise next year in Sucat Road, Parañaque City, where BusinessWorld will find its future home.
In standing tall for 35 years now and surpassing various challenges, including global crises, the secret to BusinessWorld’s resilience is its employees, most especially the ones who have been with the company through thick and thin, and have greatly contributed to BusinessWorld’s continued success as the country’s most trusted business newspaper and multimedia content provider today.
Asia Society Philippines congratulates BusinessWorld on its 35th year at the forefront of business journalism in the Philippines.
The other week, I was in Jakarta to watch Gilas Pilipinas play in the FIBA Asia Basketball Cup. On the way to our hotel, I was struck by how different the city looked since I last visited in 2018.
NEDA Secretary Arsenio M. Balisacan will have to strike an uneasy balance as he formulates economic policy for the Marcos administration.
WE ARE PLEASED to share excerpts from our July 5 special report to GlobalSource Partners subscribers. GSP (globalsourcepartners.com) is a New York-based network of independent analysts in emerging market countries. Its subscribers are mostly global banks and fund managers.