Why renewable energy has gained more support from power generators

TWO recent events — the pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war — have forced the energy sector to look at renewables not just as a clean power source but as an indigenous resource less susceptible to logistical disruptions.

Call center industry sets sights on countryside expansion

THE Philippine call center industry is aiming to grow in rural areas to support inclusive growth, according to industry leaders.

Advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace

IN TODAY’s dynamic and interconnected business landscape, the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) cannot be overstated. Companies that prioritize DEI initiatives reap numerous benefits, from outperforming their competitors and attracting top talent to fostering a culture of creativity and collaboration.

Philippine telcos strategize to leverage AI, Internet of Things

TELECOMMUNICATIONS companies in the Philippines are getting ready to take advantage of the increasing adoption of advanced technologies, according to industry executives.

The future of art: Bridging the traditional and the digital

FOR a sector of society that takes inspiration from the world and channels it into creative output, the pandemic made everything seem smaller, darker, and bleaker. Movement was restricted, people stayed put, and physical spaces for sharing and showcasing art were limited.

The triumphant return of theater

ANAK DATU was Tanghalang Pilipino’s (TP) first live production after emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdowns. A deeply political musical drama, it recounts the 1968 Jabbidah massacre and the birth of the Moro National Liberation Front using a short story by National Artist Abdul Mari Imao as the base material.

BusinessWorld at 36: At the forefront of changing business realities

IT WOULD not be too much of an overstatement to say that the state of the journalism and media industry is in complete upheaval.

Bringing the BusinessWorld platform on-ground

EVEN GOING BACK to its roots as Business Day more than fifty years ago, BusinessWorld’s purpose was to become a public trust. As such, the strict adherence to truth, integrity, and public service had become the company’s guiding star ever since.

Keeping optimism amid uncertainties in the Philippine stock market

SKYROCKETING INFLATION and interest rates are major concerns for investors planning ahead in 2023, as many are uncertain how much of an influence even a positive economic trajectory for the Philippines can bolster their investments amid such a grim global outlook.

BusinessWorld and brands: Partnerships built on trust and high regard

Having a reliable business partner is crucial in today’s dynamic business environment. In this sense, BusinessWorld, as the most trusted business newspaper and multimedia company in the Philippines, offers much to partner brands and prospective advertisers.

A publication’s development through innovation

INNOVATING is a critical venture for businesses to take to develop along with the transforming market driven by the fast-paced emergence of digital developments. For BusinessWorld, innovating involves leveraging the digital space to give the business community more convenient access to economic and industry happenings from an award-winning source of credible business intelligence.

Making a name in multimedia space

IN AN ERA when most people go online to source information, media organizations now have a broader responsibility to publish accurate details across digital channels. And while ensuring the veracity of information online, the media also must have the ability to tell or explain stories in various forms to reach every kind of audience, whether they are readers, listeners, or those of the visual-oriented kind.
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