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It is the time of the year again, where creative resolutions, fresh beginnings, and new starts are common. It can be easily said that
While the world is in the crossroads between the 2nd and 3rd decade of the 21st century, a dogmatic change in the functioning of the
For startups, there’s more to come up with a set of core values than just jotting down positive words that seem good for the business. If you’re venturing into a startup business of your own, you should know that with every product or service purchased by a customer comes the potential that your brand’s core values can be endorsed to others. People will soon come to know what your brand is all about whether you prioritize social entrepreneurship or go for customer satisfaction and help them decide if they can place their loyalty on your brand or otherwise.
Ever since the startup boom in the country during the early-2010s, more and more professionals now consider making the jump from the comforts of corporate life to a more challenging yet thriving one as digital nomads or freelancers in coworking spaces.
Yes, it is that time of the year again – Hackathon season is just around the corner. If you’re a first-timer, you would imagine hackathons as this exclusive event where programmers all bunch up against a computer with code running down like a waterfall, until they say “I’m in”. Sorry to burst your bubble but it’s not what hackathons are about!
Hackathons—an event where creativity, concepts, and crafts take place. But what have these events have in common? They’re actually where some great startups are born! Hackathons have led to the discovery of many successful business ideas and built some of the coolest applications of our time.
Global Impact Work must keep 2050 in mind – Philippines launches the world’s biggest Impact Hackathon for end-of-world scenarios
The world is living in an extremely dangerous situation. Within thirty years, our planet won’t be liveable anymore and humankind will immensely suffer from the consequences due to the overexploitation of natural resources throughout the decades.
With the Philippine president signing the Telecommuting Act this year, it’s no wonder the local startup industry is as vibrant as ever and more digital nomads are sprouting like mushrooms all over the country. Employers have acknowledged that working remotely will not pose problems in their respective operations provided that a stable internet connection is in place. For startups who are venturing for the first time in entrepreneurship, a remote staff may turn out to be the best alternative for you, and here’s why.
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