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BLOG | How managed service providers are well-placed to protect SMEs

SMEs are increasingly storing more valuable customer and financial data, creating a new playing field for cybercriminals to attack them almost as frequently as larger companies.

Converge ICT eyes micro firms with new hotel management solution

Equipping MSMEs with the same technology capabilities as large hotel chains and enabling them to compete more effectively is the shared goal of Converge, in partnership with another Filipino-owned technology firm, Comise Solutions Inc.

Pinoy SME app sees demand for hybrid online-offline retail

Enstack, a Filipino-developed app that enables SMEs to sell online and offline, said that as the demand for hybrid online-offline shopping experiences increases, small businesses need to create a hybrid retail setup.

MSME entreps share partnership tips at Shell LiveWIRE forum

The Pilipinas Shell’s LiveWIRE Virtual Homeroom series featured entrepreneurs who managed to grow their businesses through smart networking.

SME crowdfunder Investree PH goes nationwide

Targeting SMEs, Investree Philippines has just expanded beyond Luzon into Central and Western Visayas, as well as into Davao in Mindanao.

Gov’t urges Pinoy SMEs to do cross-border e-commerce

“As our country continues to recover from the pandemic, e-Commerce remains to be the catalyst towards economic recovery and growth,” DTI director Christopher Lawrence Arnuco said.

77% of Pinoy MSMEs unable to get funding due to strict lending criteria, arduous processes

More than half (56%) of Filipino MSMEs had to rely on friends and family for loans, and 45% used personal funds to launch their business.

Report: Web security an emerging concern for Pinoy SMEs, side-hustlers

74 percent of Pinoy SME respondents named exposure of customer data and resulting loss of customer trust as their biggest fear when it comes to website security.

Local SMEs to benefit from new WTO online platform

The WTO said that the Trade4MSMEs website is a tool aimed at helping Philippine micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) find trade-related information that improves their ability to trade internationally.

Biz website now ‘crucial’ to more Pinoy SMEs, tech firm says

Tech firm GoDaddy said when it comes to the digital marketplace, it’s not enough for small businesses to only capture the attention of consumers, they also need to connect them easily to a direct point of sale opportunity on their website.
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