Local IT execs quit long-time jobs to migrate, try new employers

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JIno Alvarez (Photo from Facebook) JIno Alvarez (Photo from Facebook)[/caption] Jino Alvarez, head of the commercial and industrial department of Epson Philippines, revealed that he and his wife will settle in the US for good. His stay at Epson will formally end in September. Alvarez first served as general manager of Epson?s local office before temporarily resigning to take up executive roles at Glee Electronics and Samsung Philippines. He returned to Epson Philippines a couple of years back. [caption id="attachment_20150" align="aligncenter" width="430"]Owen Cammayo (Photo from Facebook) Owen Cammayo (Photo from Facebook)[/caption] Meanwhile, communications maven Owen Cammayo has left tech giant IBM Philippines to hook up with casino and amusement firm Resorts World Manila (RWM) as director and assistant vice president for corporate communications, in charge of public relations, CSR, and investor relations. Cammayo served under two country managers in his eight long years at IBM Philippines. At RWM, he?ll be working this time with new big boss Kingson Sian. [caption id="attachment_20151" align="aligncenter" width="430"]Patricia Abejo (Photo from Facebook) Patricia Abejo (Photo from Facebook)[/caption] Government executive Patricia Abejo, on the other hand, has switched her old job at the ICT Office of the DOST to jump over to the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) as director in charge of the agency’s knowledge management and information services. Abejo, whose stint as an ICT communications official started at the defunct Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Council (ITECC) and later on at the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT), will work under former software executive and now DTI undersecretary for management services Nora Terrado.]]>

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