Back in 2013, e-commerce firm Lazada made its first “11.11” debut in the Philippines – the inaugural event that gave consumers access to exclusive deals for a month. By 2018, what was previously a month-long event had evolved into the biggest one-day sale of the year that is highly anticipated by consumers.
To commemorate the 55th anniversary of Seiko’s first diver’s watch, which had an automatic movement and was water-resistant to 150 meters, the Japanese firm unveiled the first Philippine-edition Prospex watch inspired by the world-famous Tubbataha Reefs.
Small businesses across Southeast Asia can access free short courses by Lazada University as well as new interactive mini-courses via the Google Primer app.
As a result of one of the strictest and longest lockdowns in the world, Filipinos took the fewest steps and had the highest increase in sleeping time during the Covid-19 pandemic.
E-commerce firm Lazada is offering free shipping with no minimum spend as it stages its biggest one-day sale yet this November 11.
This October, GOMO launched in the Philippines giving users an innovative new way to access the Internet, do more with their data, and enjoy exciting events.
The Foodie.ph delivery platform is advertised as a one-stop shop for corporate bulk orders.
With most cinemas remaining closed due to the pandemic, ABS-CBN Films has announced it will now release newly produced local movies on digital, cable, and satellite TV.