The report from StartupBlink noted that the Philippines enjoys a large remote workforce for international startups, with the advantage of having a “talented English speaking population”.
Day: July 6, 2020
Google Philippines is urging Filipino educators to join this year’s Virtual Innovator Academy (VIA20), a global community of educators who advocates the use of technology to solve challenges around education.
A waste and pollution watchdog has urged the Philippine government to ban the importation of electronic waste as it noted that 53.6 million tons were generated of e-waste in 2019, according to a newly-released UN’s Global E-waste Monitor 2020.
The city government of Manila has launched around 90 of new vendor stalls that will be equipped with PayMaya QR as it prepares to restart the local economy following the continuing quarantine in the city.
In an email sent to its subscribers on Monday, July 6, Travelbook.PH said it will be closing down its business with the last day of operations set on July 15, 2020.
Cisco’s new financing program offers local SMEs with 0% interest with no upfront cost and at fixed three-year monthly payment term.
Aside from Self-Learning Modules, the DepEd said it will also provide video sessions for learners with special needs.
A new study from analytics software firm Fico has found that Filipinos struggle to recall their current passwords and prefer biometrics, with 72 percent of them happy to provide this information to their bank.