Globe Business bags award
Globe Business has won four awards in the 17th Annual International Business Awards (IBAs), which is scheduled to hold a virtual ceremony on Dec. 1, 2020.
The enterprise arm of Globe Telecom won two Gold Stevie Awards under IBAs’ Corporate & Community and Branded Entertainment divisions, for its Leadership Innovation Forum and its Project Eagle thematic campaign, respectively.
Globe Business was also given a Silver Stevie under Brand Experience of the Year category and a Bronze Stevie Award for its Communications or PR Campaign of the Year, both for the same thematic programs.
The multi-award-winning brand held its Leadership Innovation Forum, popularly known as Lead-In, back in October 2019. The event, which harped on Project Eagle—the Globe Business thematic campaign, centered around the theme Catalyst: Igniting Your Influence—gathered over 500 top business executives from various industries across the country.
Lead-In 2019 aimed to inspire enterprise leaders to use their influence in creating a positive impact that transcends their organizations. The event emphasized on catalyzing change through promoting digital transformation, creating a purpose-led and future-fit culture, and tackling global problems through business collaborations.
Asian Eye offers teleconsultation
Asian Eye Institute has introduced alternative clinic procedures and services to safely continue serving eye patients who need urgent treatment, including surgical procedures.
Asian Eye’s alternative services offer safety and convenience, especially for senior citizens and people with weakened immune system; as well as for patients who do not live near a health or eye care center, or whose movements are restricted by quarantine rules or by lack of transportation.
Asian Eye offerings include video teleconsultations, electronic prescriptions and online delivery services that allow patients to get their eye care needs — glasses, contact lenses, protective eyewear and medicine — without leaving their homes. For online services and teleconsultations, patients are advised to click on this link <http://bit.ly.com/AEIShop>
Knowledge Channel Foundation supports learners
Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) and the Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association Inc. (PCTA) signed a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) to benefit more learners who will study at home while distance learning is being implemented.
This formal partnership will help extend the reach of Knowledge Channel to more cable-connected homes nationwide, especially in remote areas with limited to no internet connection.
This renewed collaboration will bring Knowledge Channel to as many learners, parents, and teachers.
PCTA has 360 regular members and 32 affiliate members reaching over 75 percent of cable-connected households.
Aboitiz represents PH at APEC meet
Tristan Aboitiz, president of Aboitiz food business unit Pilmico Foods Corp., was one of three Philippine representatives at the 16th Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Policy Partnership on Food Security (APEC PPFS) Meeting.
Aboitiz joined 19 other PPFS representatives last Oct. 15, 2020 in the virtual meeting, which carried the theme “Optimising Human Potential Toward A Resilient Future Of Shared Prosperity.”
“Food security remains to be an urgent priority of the region’s economies, especially during the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) pandemic. Pilmico is a major part of the Philippine and regional food industry, being at the beginning of the food value chain, and we are honored to join this meeting to signify the Aboitiz Group’s contribution to helping ensure food security, not just in the Philippines, but in the region as a whole,” Aboitiz said.
Pilmico, previously solely a national player, completed its entry into the regional food and agribusiness sector with Pilmico International’s acquisition of a 100 percent stake in food firm Gold Coin in May 2019.
The APEC PPFS meeting’s agenda included COVID-19 and Food Security Policy in the Asia-Pacific, Review of the Food Security Roadmap and Ministerial Statement on Food Security, and Reports by Food Security-Related Working Groups and Fora.
Alsons’ Sarangani Energy donation
The Alsons Power Group’s Sarangani Energy Corp. (SEC) distributed 2,776 reams or around of 1.38 million pieces of bond paper to various public schools in SEC’s host municipality of Maasim, Sarangani Province for the printing learning modules for the “new normal” classes.
The SEC donation will enable the schools to print around 400,000 learning modules for the pupils of five public schools in the municipality.
School heads of Rogaya Bajunaid Integrated School, Datu Abdul Bali Integrated School, Mangelen Integrated School and Arcal Elementary School, and Malbang Elementary School expressed their gratitude for the company’s untiring support to education especially amidst the pandemic.
SEC operates a 210 mega-watt baseload thermal power plant in Maasim providing power to Sarangani Province, General Santos City and other areas of Mindanao. The Alsons Power group is Mindanao’s first private sector power generator and currently has a portfolio of four power facilities serving over eight million people in 14 cities and 11provinces.
SB Capital bags awards
Security Bank Corp.’s investment arm, SB Capital Investment Corp. (SB Capital) has been awarded the Syndicated Loan of the Year and the Project Infrastructure Finance Deal of the year by the Asian Banking and Finance organization.
During the first virtual Asian Banking and Finance awards night, SB Capital was commended for its remarkable milestone projects, which resulted in effective and highly impactful projects for Filipinos.
The investment house’s initiative with HC Consumer Finance Philippines, Inc. (HCPH), which is part of the Home Credit Group, earned the Syndicated Loan of the Year award for the Philippines by providing affordable products to underserved borrowers.
SB Capital also earned the Project Infrastructure Finance Deal of the Year award for its project with PrimeWater Infrastructure Corp. (PrimeWater).
With the help of SB Capital, a stimulus was given to PrimeWater which allowed the water utility company to achieve its financing requirements that allowed for access to clean and potable water to underserved communities in the countryside before the lockdown measures were implemented.
The Body Shop is now online
Shopping for one’s favorite cruelty-free essentials is just a few clicks away as the Body Shop goes on-line at www.thebodyshop.com.ph.
The Body Shop has brewed up the cosiest scent with Special Edition Vanilla Pumpkin collection. Like sugar, spice and everything nice.
The Special Edition Cool Cucumber range feels instantly cooling on skin and smells unbelievably refreshing; while the zingy Special Edition Zesty Lemon range keeps things fresh and perfect kickstart to your morning.
The new The Body Shop Hair & Body Mist collection are cute and colorful feel-good spritzes for that gives instant ‘ahhh” feeling.
The new Ginger Scalp Serum is the latest addition to the Ginger Haircare collection that nourishes and soothes dryness of the scalp.
The new and improved The Body Shop Skin Defence Multi-Protection Lotion SPF 50+ PA++++ is a lightweight triple threat facial lotion contains red algae extract and the antioxidant vitamin C for round-the-clock protection against UVA and UVB rays and pollution.
The new Tea Tree In-Control Hydrator is perfect for giving hydration to oily and blemish-prone skin.20
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