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Monday, August 22, 2011

Free Financial Coaching Seminar in Davao

Thursday 18:00 at 5th Floor Landco Corporate Center JP Laurel Ave, Bajada Davao CIty
Live in Davao? My friends Fely and Benjie Santiago, both Financial Coaches, will be giving a free financial seminar on how to grow your finances. It will be on August 25 6pm at 5th Floor Landco Corporate Center JP Laurel Ave, Bajada Davao CIty For questions, you can text Fely at 0920 9613126

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Project Finance

Attain various facets, such as: Risk Analysis, Project Structuring, and Valuation through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Project Finance. As a vehicle for the procurement and provision of services, various PPP structures are analyzed to understand which structures are appropriate under certain circumstances and how risks associated with such structures affect project documentation and financing.

This course is scheduled to run on September 29 - 30, 2011, Thursday to Friday , 9:00am to 5:00pm at the Ateneo Salcedo Campus.

Program Rate: Php 10,800.00

For special discounts, you may call Mr. Aris Malli at 830.2043 or Ms. Marleth Calanog at 840.1742 or email or For more information, you may also visit or register through our online registration form.

Discover work-home-life integration through sound Nutrition and Wellness Management

Realize lifelong benefits of sound nutrition, wellness practices, and stress management. Grasp the impact of daily nutrition, wellness practices on long term health, weight management and fitness, and selection of healthy meals based on Dietary Guidelines and Food Pyramid.

Understand practical stress management, which aims to illustrate how to reduce stress by managing pressure better. Stay more in control as pressure increases to perform well and achieve results. Learn how to relax quickly in any situation, keep your confidence and energy levels high, and achieve work-home-life balance.

This course is scheduled to run on September 23 - 24, 2011, Friday to Saturday, 9:00am - 5:00pm at the Ateneo Salcedo Campus.

Regular Rate: 11,800.00

For special discounts, you may contact Ms. Irene Solas at 830.2040 or Ms. Marleth Calanog at 840.1742, or email or You may also visit our website at or register through our online registration form

11th Marketing Diploma Program: Intermediate Module

Design the ultimate marketing mix that will strengthen your brand and increase your sales with the 11th Marketing Diploma Program: Intermediate Module.

Learn about the 4Ps of Marketing – Product, Price, Place and Promotions, and how you can optimize each one to rise above competition. Bring your brand to life by leveraging on various communication media strategies responsive to market conditions, and retain “top of mind” in today’s fickle minded consumers.

The Intermediate Module will run on the following dates:
- Product/Price on September 14, 15, & 17
- Place and Promo on September 21, 22, & 24
- Marketing Communications on September 28, 29, & October 1

Wednesdays -Thursdays from 5:30pm to 9:30pm, and
Saturdays from 9:00am to 6:00pm

Regular Rate: Php 32,400.00

For special discounts you may call Ms. Deck C. Salas at 840.2770 or Ms. Marleth S. Calanog at 840.1742 or send an email to or For additional information, please click: You may also register for the program through our online registration form.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Clean and Cheap Energy

Coal is probably the oldest source of fuel in the world, and it is likewise the least costly amongst its alternatives. It is also one of the top contributors of green house gases and pollution. In fact, mining methods used to extract coal such as strip mining contribute to soil erosion, leaving the land useless for vegetation to grow.

Take the Philippines for example. 27% of the energy requirements of the country comes from coal. An alarming 10.1mln metric tons were used up based on 2005 data; 7.3 mln metric tons of this amount are imported, and the rest are sourced from local producers.

A need for a viable alternative for coal as an energy source, given the damaging effects it contributes to the environment. This alternative should convert already existing carbon deposits into the atmosphere in the form of CO2 and convert these deposits into bio mass. Luckily, an opportunity for further research lies in the unassuming water fern Azolla. This plant doubles its bio mass every 2 to 3 days which makes the supply very easy to replenish. Moreover, it can grow in ponds and rice paddies. Makes you think -- maybe there is hope for the world. =)

Free Rotisserie Chicken from S and R

Friday, August 12, 2011

Blog Links

Good day dear bloggers, I wanna create a blog that will promote all your blogs. Kung game kayo please send me your blog logo, your homepage screenshot, A thorough description of your blog, what category do you belong in business,arts,entertainment, money, travel etc etc. Then what keywords would you like me to put?

1. Logo
2. Homepage Screenshot
3. Description of the Blog and what it does.
4. Category: business, entertainment, personal etc etc.
5. Then Keywords that you like.
6. Your Target Audience: Worldwide or local

Note I'll be using blogger. =) No Rush ah.

Subject: Blog Links
mail me at

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Philippines A Good Place for Trade

The Philippines is a good access point for logistics in the Asean Region and in Asia Itself. It is smacked in the middle of a lot of Asian countries. The U.S. Military keeps close ties with Philippine government because the Philippines’ location offers easy deployment of troops anywhere n the South East Asian Region and even the whole of East Asia significantly reducing logistics cost. The same is true with trading if you are smacked in the middle of trading partners the access point from trading partner to trading partner significantly shortens which means efficient cost of transporting goods.

The only thing holding the Philippines back the previous is graft and corruption. The current government is doing a lot of reforms and investing here currently looks promising. The Philippine system is not as black and white as developed countries it can get a bit tricky working around the system but it is still doable.

Small and Medium enterprises are what would thrive in this country as SME’s are a lot more flexible than multinational corporations as the tiers of command is very short with them which means they can make decisions faster which is a requirement to move around the intricacies of the current system.

Some multinationals were able to find ways adapt by dividing the chain of command into segments which allows them to be almost as flexible as SME’s. Some of them who were able to adapt that way are also able to thrive here.  

"The Philippines is an ideal place to become an H.Q. if you want to trade in East Asia"


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