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Here's how you can get rid of all those bubble wraps and plastic bags!
Online shopping seems to have really affected most of our lives. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, on some level, we found comfort in visiting all sorts of e-commerce sites, going through the most random items, and clicking that *add to
It all started when she had a knack for selling jewelry in high school.
The K-drama Start-Up just showed us how challenging starting and running a business is-and 21-year-old Kyla Cañete could not agree more. In May 2018, before she entered her first year of college, Kyla began Tala By
Find out how it all started.
I've always been crazy about choco butternut doughnuts, so my heart jumped when I found out that a cake version exists! It's made by Cielle's Whisk, a home bakery based in Sampaloc, Manila. The Cielle'
Achieve a French-inspired home with these pieces!
Actress and entrepreneur Marian Rivera has launched a special line of home decor and furniture, and it's absolutely gorgeous! After opening her very own flower shop, Flora Vida By Marian in 2017, Marian extends her offerings with an elegant home
They launched 'Forksilog' as a way to earn money during the pandemic.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have been struggling and as a result, some companies had to let go of their employees. According to reportr, "the Philippine Statistics Authority reported an unemployment rate of 10 percent in July" with an estimated
CEO and founder Nina Dizon dishes everything!
ICYDK, local makeup brand Colourette Cosmetics is only three years old. As of writing, they have over 100,000 followers on Instagram, countless lipsticks + lip tints, and a celeb collaboration under its belt. Can you believe they're just getting started?
Samantha Dizon is the woman behind Candid Clothing.
ICYMI, sustainable fashion is in! More and more people are making the effort to know where their things come from. That's why we were delighted to talk to Samantha Dizon, the woman behind Candid Clothing. Launched in November 2017, Candid
Showbiz isn't their only business.
Kris Aquino has successfully made her transition to digital media in the past few years.After leaving ABS-CBN in September 2016, Kris built herself a social media empire which has amassed hundreds of thousands of subscribers.In 2012, Kris formed Kris
Business tips from SM Corporation vice chairman Tessie Sy-Coson.
Some of the Philippines' most successful female entrepreneurs shared their insights with the approximately 10,000 women who attended Go Negosyo's 10th Filipina Entrepreneurship Summit.Many of the speakers are considered mentors in various fields, and they shared lessons
WTF, right?!
File this under "enraging but not surprising." When Penelope Gazin and Kate Dwyer tried launching their business, Witchsy, last year, the two found that they weren't being taken seriously, and were often condescendingly treated by male developers and designers. The duo
25-year-old Arvin Alvarez co-founded Ilya.
Together with her close friend and partner, AJ Osmena, 25-year-old Arvin Alvarez started Ilya, a sex toy shop that's all about positivity, exploration, health, and education. They launched last year as an online store, but have recently opened their
AV Gawtee combines science and passion in her business, Earth Desserts.
Licensed nutritionist AV Gawtee started Earth Desserts for those with a sweet tooth looking to indulge in healthier alternatives.How did you turn your hobby into a profitable business? I didn't really expect to be earning from baking so most of
Top finance, HR and IT professionals in the Philippines seem to enjoy a 20%-30% pay rise when moving jobs.
Specialists and highly skilled professionals working in the Philippines received a salary increase between 20 percent and 40 percent when moving jobs in 2016, according to a report issued by professional recruitment consultancy Robert Walters. It also predicted that "qualified professionals moving
Cyrene Quiamco turned her love for art into a thriving multimedia business.
CyreneQ, Snapchat's social media princess, is the proverbial girl-next-door; her wholesomeness (reminiscent of her Disney alter egos) is almost an anachronism by today's standards. Who would think that underneath her ingenue-like personality lies an astute and seasoned
Because filing taxes should be as easy as ordering pizza.
Whether you're a professional, a freelancer, or a micro, small or medium enterprise owner, you've likely faced April 15 with a grim face due to the long lines in your local Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) office-or you've
Alexis Ventura of Ink Scribbler and The Craft Central shares how she turned her hobby into a business.
Alibaba founder and visionary Jack Ma was once famously quoted: "What you do after work determines your future."It could be watching TV, reading books or going for a run. For some, they learn new skills and hobbies without even thinking it'
Ink-All-You-Can founder Jerry Ilao shares how he leaped from employment to entrepreneurship.
Freelancing, side-hustling, raket -they may have different names, but they all mean one thing: extra income. The urge to start a side-business at the age of online shopping has become more alluring for employees, simply because some make it look
26-year-old Pamela Mejia retells the story of how fashion and business led her to her true calling: social entrepreneurship.
Pamela Mejia has already pursued three businesses to fund personal projects and pay her way through college. But this 26-year-old is now tackling something bigger: her fourth business venture, called Phinix, hopes to tackle the textile waste problem in the
Find out how these two Fun, Fearless Female Awardees have turned their personal passions into professional advocacies.