Monthly Archives

July 2024

Food

Jollibee Group and LLDA Persist in Their Partnership for the Laguna Waste Recovery Program


Abot Kamay para sa Laguna De Bay. Jollibee Group employee volunteers helped recover around 670 kilograms of plastics as part of the Laguna Lake Development Authority’s Waste Recovery Program.

Local restaurant chain Jollibee Group demonstrated its dedication to environmental conservation by taking part in the most recent cleanup effort organized by the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) at Barangay Poblacion, Biñan, Laguna. Participating in the aforementioned action were thirty employee volunteers from different Jollibee, Mang Inasal, and Greenwich locations.

As part of the LLDA’s “Abot-Kamay Para sa Laguna de Bay: Mission in Action-Solid Waste Recovery” initiative, some 670 kilograms of plastics were retrieved from the cleanup effort. The program’s goal is to lessen the harm that plastic garbage does to the ecosystems around Laguna de Bay.

“Safeguarding our environment is a collective responsibility, and we are glad to continue actively supporting LLDA’s waste recovery program, consistent with our sustainability commitments,” shared Pepot Miñana, Jollibee Group Chief Sustainability and Public Affairs Officer. “We are also grateful to our employee volunteers, who bring to life our sustainability commitments not only within Jollibee Group, but also to the communities we serve.”

In observance of Earth Day on April 30, staff volunteers from several Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, and Burger King locations joined LLDA in a cleanup project in Barangay Sucat, Muntinlupa City. Additionally, the company fed the 200 volunteers from various groups.


Employee Volunteerism. Thirty employee volunteers from the different Jollibee Group brands participated in the cleanup drive.

These programs are a component of the Jollibee Group’s Sustainability Agenda, “Joy for Tomorrow,” which is a concerted attempt to improve the company’s use of sustainable business practices. The agenda comprises 10 focal areas that correspond with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), with a central focus on the three fundamental pillars of Food, People, and Planet. Go to www.jollibeegroup.com/sustainability for additional details about Joy for Tomorrow.

Food

Jamba is returning to town with exclusive merchandise and additional surprises for her fans in the South

Jamba is thrilled to announce that it will be reopening in Alabang Town Center, returning to one of the most cherished venues for its patrons. From July 12, there will be no need to go any farther for a trusted source of all-natural smoothies, bowls, and juices.

In honor of the much anticipated return to the South, Jamba is launching a brand-new line of products called Power Oat Blends. These smoothies made with oats are ideal for the Southie who’s always on the run and wants something tasty, nutritious, and full!

I also enjoyed their relaunch, as they gave me the chance to taste their products, and indeed, they are so delicious and nutritious. We also had the chance to make our own smoothie. It was made with fun and learning to have knowledge about their products.

Here’s a sneak peek into these healthy and oat-y blends:

Oat-ally PB Honey

This blend is a non-dairy smoothie made with overnight oats, oat milk, peanut butter, honey and bananas.

Oat-mazing Strawberry

This blend is a non-dairy smoothie made with overnight oats, apple-strawberry juice, oat milk, strawberries, and bananas.

Oat-So-Mango Berry

This blend is a non-dairy smoothie made with overnight oats, apple-strawberry juice, bananas, mangoes, strawberries and blueberries.

Lastly, Jamba is giving away 16 ounces for free, so the festivities don’t end there. up to 22 oz. On the day of opening, all Classic, Plant-Based, and Power smoothies will be enlarged. Take advantage of this limited-time deal by dining in, taking out, or picking up only.

Uncategorized

Schneider Electric gives Dualtech a P5 million donation of equipment and presents a scalable decarbonization plan for PH manufacture


Dr. Song Pei Chua, Business Development Manager for Chemicals, Schneider Electric East Asia
discusses the decarbonization roadmap for the Philippine manufacturing sector.

A scalable decarbonization roadmap for the Philippine manufacturing sector was unveiled by Schneider Electric, a leader in energy management and digital automation worldwide, at the recent Go Industry 2024: Driving towards a Net Zero Industry event, which was co-hosted by Dualtech Training Center Foundation, Inc. at The Mills Country Club in Laguna.

Leaders from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Laguna Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), and the Climate Change Commission (CCC) Philippines attended the event.

The decarbonization roadmap outlines four key strategies that the sector can implement gradually to reduce carbon footprint:

  • Electrifying operations through microgrid optimization
  • Reducing energy consumption through digitalization and automation
  • Replacing energy sources with renewable energy such as solar energy, wind power, and hydropower
  • Engaging the entire value chain to design and build for sustainability and to offset carbon emissions, enabling a circular economy

“Our approach to decarbonization involves not just transforming our energy supply but also optimizing our processes through electrification,” said Dr. Song Pei Chua, Business Development Manager for Chemicals, Schneider Electric East Asia. “Strategic planning, digitization, and a steadfast commitment to efficiency and sustainability are at the core of manufacturing and industrial operations.”

Schneider Electric’s Sustainability Business Team helps industries achieve their carbon neutrality targets by developing customized digital-centric strategies. They provide advisory services to establish a baseline, understand current energy use, and create a comprehensive roadmap towards carbon neutrality.

Deployment of Schneider Electric’s proprietary and award-winning cloud-based platform EcoStruxure Resource Advisor helps collect and analyze energy consumption data. With this, businesses can develop better energy and sustainability strategies. Software trainings are conducted by Schneider Electric to help educate partners on how to maximize the software to enable effective application into their operations.


The Go Industry 2024: Driving towards a Net Zero Industry event held at The Mills Country Club, Laguna co-hosted with Dualtech Training Center Foundation, Inc., was attended by leaders from the Laguna Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Climate Change Commission (CCC) Philippines, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).  (L-R: Philip S. Valdecañas, Projects and Services Manager at DualTech Training Center, Leonard Calma, Manager for Linkages at DualTech Training Center; Dr. Pei Song Chua, Business Development Manager for Chemicals at Schneider Electric East Asia; Virgilio Lorenzo, representative of the LCCI; Relly Fajardo, LCCI representative; Raul Villegas, Head Executive Assistant of the Climate Change Commission; Mark Anthony Ramirez, Programme Analyst for the Climate Action Programme Team of the UNDP; and, Dr. Marvin P. Adolfo, Consultant at Dualtech Training Center.)

During the event, CCC and UNDP both emphasized the significant role the private sector plays in achieving the country’s climate goals. “Shifting to digital operations is crucial for sectors aiming to reduce carbon emissions and meet the targets established by the nationally determined contribution (NDC) implementation plan,” CCC Executive Assistant Raul Villegas stated.

Schneider Electric Empowering Youth to Drive Digital Transformation

Schneider Electric’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond environmental initiatives. This is demonstrated by the company’s 5-year partnership with Dualtech where Schneider Electric has committed to provide PHP5 million worth of equipment and instructor training.

Dualtech, a 2-year program that combines electrical, mechanical, and electronics disciplines, is approved by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The school is updating its training programs and facilities to accommodate more students and alleviate the shortage of training materials and equipment in response to the global demand for skilled workers.

The corporation wants the manufacturing sector and other industries to follow suit. It wants to be carbon neutral in operations by 2025, save 800 million tons of carbon annually by 2030, achieve full value chain carbon neutrality by 2040, and reach net zero across all scopes by 2050. Schneider Electric was just named the “Most Sustainable Company in the World” by TIME Magazine.

Entertainment

Celebrate 10 years of Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino with a series of performances throughout Metro Manila


More photos
here

This year, Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino (LMP) is celebrating its much-awaited anniversary with a number of musical activities designed to promote a greater understanding and admiration of Pinoy music.

From July 5 to July 31, a variety of music venues and stages throughout Metro Manila will host the week-long celebration, which is dedicated to supporting both new and established local musicians whose work has inspired Filipinos or advanced the region’s economy and arts.

“What makes LMP 2024 different from the previous celebrations is that it has a more ‘back-to-basics’ vibe and ‘keeping-it-simple’ feel,” Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) Board member and Vice President for Special Projects Christian Bautista explains. “The focus and emphasis are really on listening to and appreciating different artists sharing their music and their stories in intimate settings. Our LMP this year is not really focused on the spectacle but rather more on highlighting the artist and the song.”

This year’s LMP chronicles a decade of celebrating Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino in accordance with Proclamation No. 933, signed by late President Benigno Aquino III on December 19, 2014.

Returning on its tenth year with the goal of reintroducing its mandate to highlight Filipino singer and to showcase the richness and diversity of Filipino music, Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino aims to be more proactive in supporting Pinoy artists and ensuring that they are given a platform to present their work and their story to a global modern audience.


Johnoy Danao performing on LMP

The commemoration of LMP is slated to take place in several areas with multiple dates and will feature more than 30 artists from OPM’s roster and network of artists.

OPM Spotlight: LMP Night, which has championed some of the biggest and brightest local artists in recent years, will host performances and shows for the rest of the month at Kubo Bar in Kalayaan, Quezon City. Some of the headliners include Johnoy Danao, Sugarcane, jikamarie, Color It Red,, Mint Magic and many more from the OPM slate.

Other remote celebrations include OPM Spotlight: Rockwell LMP Series on July 24, 25, 26, and 28 at the Power Plant Mall in Makati City, and LMP24: PhilPop Night on July 31, 2024 at Kubo Bar. The latter puts a spotlight on select winners and participants from the prestigious annual songwriting competition, including Noah Alejandre, PhilPop 2020 Grand Champion; Davey Langit, PhilPop 2015 Top 3 Finalist and PhilPop 2013 Finalist; Kulas Basilonia, PhilPop 2020 Finalist; Hazel Faith, PhilPop North Luzon Boot Camp 2019 Fellow; and dwta, PhilPop 2021 DigiCamp Fellow. Ayala Land and Make It Makati will also be having a series of acoustic shows in partnership with OPM along with other activities related to the Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino celebration from July 21 to 28.

“Expect beautiful music and heartfelt performances from the artists,” Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) President Ogie Alcasid shares. “We hope that through this humble series of shows that we’re doing, the Filipino audience will continue to love and support Filipino artists and Filipino music even after LMP.”

OPM Officer in Charge Gab Cabangon emphasizes that the goal of this year’s LMP has never changed. “It’s always been about the celebration and promotion of Filipino artists and Filipino music. That has always been our advocacy, to which we are fully committed as an organization. I guess what we could add to that is that this LMP celebration is also OPM’s way to reintroduce itself to the general public and grow its community.”

The Linggo Ng Musikang Pilipino was established under Proclamation No. 933, signed in 2014, with the initiative to celebrate Filipino music during the last week of July every year.

Here’s the schedule this year:

The Organisasyon ng mga Pilipinong Mang-aawit, in collaboration with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Rockwell Land, PhilPop Musicfest Foundation, Inc., Ayala Land, Make It Makati, Ayala Malls, and Ayala Museum, is pleased to offer the Linggo ng Musikang Pilipino, also known as LMP24.

Additionally, a special thanks to our partner establishments, Beach House Bar & Grill Marikina and Kubo Bar Kalayaan.

Travel

Terminal fees for Manila North Port are now included in 2GO travel tickets

All 2GO Tickets traveling from Manila will now include terminal fees starting today!

The leading provider of sea travel solutions in the Philippines, 2GO, announces that tickets purchased through 2GO now include terminal fees from the Manila North Passenger Port. This modification is a result of the dedication of Manila North Harbour Port Inc. (MNHPI) and 2GO Travel to improve outbound passenger convenience and overall experience.

There will be no more separate terminal fees for customers buying tickets for any of 2GO Travel’s routes leaving from the North Port Passenger Terminal as of right now. Sea travel is made more efficient by this integration, which speeds up the boarding procedure and cuts down on time spent at the port.

“We are committed to making sea travel as smooth and enjoyable as possible for our passengers. By including terminal fees in our ticket prices, we’re taking a significant step toward simplifying the boarding process and ensuring a hassle-free and efficient journey for everyone,” said Sharon Ngo, Business Unit Head of 2GO Sea Solutions.

2GO Travel remains dedicated to offering reliable and affordable sea transportation services across the Philippines. This new policy is part of a series of enhancements designed to improve customer satisfaction and set new standards in the maritime travel industry.

In conjunction with the news, 2GO is launching a nationwide  PHP 99 SEA SALE,  that will take place from July 17–20. Travelers can take advantage of this promotion to book sailings from August to November 2024 at a great discount. The goal of this deal is to offer reasonably priced travel options around the Philippines within the time frame given.

Visit travel.2go.com.ph or download the 2GO App from the App Store or Google Play Store to buy tickets for 2GO Travel.

Food, Lifestyle

Ka-pandas join foodpanda logistics in celebrating their hard work and success

Treats its delivery partners for Father’s Day Dinner Party and Facebook Live Raffle

In order to honor and recognize the hard work and dedication of its Ka-panda delivery partners, foodpanda logistics organized a number of exciting events and special initiatives.

The delivery service provider surprised its delivery partners with a dinner party and surprise giveaways through “Ka-panDAD’s Salo-Salo” and “Sa-10 ‘to Ka-panda, Isang Dekadang Pasasalamat” Facebook Live Raffle as a means to express gratitude and celebrate their success together.

A Father’s Day Treat for Ka-panDADs

foodpanda logistics welcomed Ka-pandas, mainly from Baguio and La Trinidad, Benguet, with “Ka-panDADs Salo-Salo.” This special event served as a thanksgiving party for Father’s Day, providing these hardworking Ka-panDADs a well-deserved break and a treat filled with joy and relaxation.

“We recognize the relentless dedication and passion of our Ka-pandas. On this Father’s Day, we celebrate these heroes on the road and at home through this event. Nagbibigay-pugay kami sa kanilang kasipagan sa pagbalanse ng pang-araw-araw na hanapbuhay at responsibilidad sa kani-kanilang mga pamilya,” Ron Sanders, Rider Experience Lead at foodpanda logistics, expressed.

The event featured a delightful feast and engaging activities like raffles and games, all intended to celebrate these everyday heroes. Adding to the celebration, Ka-pandas enjoyed incredible performances by local artists and bands tto entertain them.

Carlos Alcan, a Ka-panDAD of two from La Trinidad, shared how foodpanda logistics has significantly supported him and his family. “Malaki ‘yung naitulong ng foodpanda logistics kasi ito lang ‘yung pangunahing hanapbuhay ko ngayon. Iniisip ko, number one, ‘yung pamilya ko para mabigay ko yung mga pangangailangan nila.”

He also expressed his gratitude for the company’s initiative during the recent Father’s Day celebration. “Masaya ako dahil nakapagpahinga ako saglit habang kasama ang pamilya ko doon. First time kong maranasan ang ganitong event kaya talagang na-appreciate ko ang effort ng foodpanda logistics.”

Facebook Live Raffle dedicated to Ka-pandas

The company will also hold a Facebook Live Raffle for delivery partners to honor the unsung heroes who tirelessly deliver food and groceries to customers.

The “Sa-10 ‘to Ka-panda!” Raffle allows Ka-pandas to win prizes such as motorcycles, mobile phones, cash incentives, and many more. <Mention brand partners>.

“Celebrating our 10th birthday would not be possible without recognizing the dedication of our Ka-pandas nationwide. We prepared a variety of prizes for them that can help them in their daily delivery routines, pati na rin sa kanilang mga pamilya,” Ron Sanders, foodpanda logistics Rider Experience Lead, shared.

Delivery partners who use Ka-Panda services can take part in live streaming on the Foodpanda Riders Facebook page.

Sanders claims that the company’s recent festivities serve as a reminder of the critical role that its delivery partners play in their success. They pledge to put greater effort into valuing and putting the wellbeing of their delivery partners first. “We use these kinds of events as a way to give back to our Ka-pandas who help us achieve our daily goals,” he said in closing. Our goal is to assist them in whatever manner we can.”

Lifestyle, News

The first localized framework for social and emotional learning in the Philippines is introduced by ChildFund Philippines and SEAMEO INNOTECH


ChildFund Philippines, in collaboration with SEAMEO INNOTECH, recently introduced the country’s first localized SEL framework at SEAMEO INNOTECH’s office in Quezon City. (L-R: Kochakorn Khattapan Acidre, Deputy Center Director of SEAMEO INNOTECH; Marlene Floresca, Education Specialist of ChildFund Philippines; Dr. Dexter Galban, Assistant Secretary for Operations of the Department of Education; Dr. Leonor Magtolis Briones, Center Director of SEAMEO INNOTECH; Anand Vishwakarma, Country Director of ChildFund Philippines; and, Dr. Grace Aguiling-Dalisay, President and CEO of Center for Educational Measurement)

The first localized social and emotional learning (SEL) framework in the nation was recently unveiled by ChildFund Philippines and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology (SEAMEO INNOTECH).

The 2024–2027 SEL curriculum is made to be sensitive to the particular cultural quirks that Filipino pupils in public schools have. It seeks to:

  • Develop adaptable SEL curriculum models that can be tailored to different cultural contexts,
  • Foster a sense of ownership and sustainability within communities by involving them in the adaptation and implementation processes,
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations for integrating localized SEL into educational policies at local, regional, and national levels, and;
  • Share findings through academic publications, conferences, and workshops to contribute to the global discourse on effective SEL localization.

“When we started building the SEL framework, we envisioned a localized approach engaging all stakeholders in the country – teachers, parents, and students. This collaborative effort ensures the framework addresses the holistic development of both learners and educators, making it culturally relevant and impactful,” said Anand Vishwakarma, Country Director of ChildFund Philippines.

Marlene Floresca, Education Specialist of ChildFund Philippines, emphasized that the SEL framework helps students develop “pagpapakatao” (being humane) and “pakikipagkapwa-tao” (fellowship), to become capable and self-trusting individuals.


The social and emotional learning competency framework showcases that Filipino students and learners must develop “pagpapakatao” (being humane) and “pakikipagkapwa-tao” (fellowship) to become capable and self-trusting individuals.

The competency framework also equips teachers with tools to better support students, contributing to a more inclusive and supportive educational environment. “The success of the SEL framework depends on the active involvement of teachers, along with parents and communities. Their participation ensures that the framework addresses the specific social and emotional needs of both learners and educators,” said Dr. Leonor Magtolis Briones, Center Director of SEAMEO INNOTECH.

Developing SEL skills early, starting in kindergarten and potentially even earlier, supports long-term success. According to Dr. Grace Aguiling-Dalisay, President and CEO of Center for Educational Measurement, assessing SEL skills alongside cognitive skills is imperative. “We are working with the education department to integrate these assessments into the SEL framework, ensuring evidence-based progress.”

Implementing the Framework

Implementation will begin this year with a pilot in select public schools to test the framework’s effectiveness. Following this, it will be integrated into school-wide practices and policies for students, educators, and non-teaching staff.

The technical working group, who has been involved in the development of the framework including the Department of Education (DepEd), will endorse SEL modules accessible via an e-learning platform. Teachers and school heads will complete these courses and earn professional development points through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines and the Professional Regulation Commission.

The framework supports the DepEd’s MATATAG Agenda: Bansang Makabata, Batang Makabansa, which aims to take care of learners by promoting their well-being and give support to teachers to perform better. It shall be implemented across the K-12 curriculum and expanded to mental health programs in schools nationwide.

“This SEL framework responds to the call for an education system that imparts knowledge and cultivates the social and emotional foundation children need to build their dreams, equipping them beyond what books can teach,” said Dr. Dexter Galban, Assistant Secretary for Operations of the DepEd.

In order to create the framework, the organization and its partners conducted interviews with K–12 and Alternative Learning System students in Metro Manila, Apayao, Negros Occidental, North Cotabato, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi.

Go to https://childfund.org.ph/ to learn more about the SEL competency framework.

Entertainment

The five-member Filipino boy band SB19 makes a triumphant comeback on “THE FIRST TAKE” with a moving rendition of “MAPA”

SB19, who made waves a while back when their official lyric video for “MAPA,” surpassed 100 million views, is returning to “THE FIRST TAKE” with a brand-new rendition of another popular song.

On July 15, Monday, at 9:00 p.m. Manila time, their second performance video for “MAPA” debuted, after their viral smash “GENTO,” which they played during their launch on YouTube channel “THE FIRST TAKE” on July 1.

SB19’s second performance on THE FIRST TAKE will feature the poignant song “MAPA,” which stands in stark contrast to the explosive “GENTO.” While watching this performance, fans should also pay close attention to the touching lyrics, which are dedicated to their parents and other important individuals in their lives.

“We’re excited to share a different version of MAPA to the local and international audience through THE FIRST TAKE,” shares SB19 in a press statement. “We’re honored to showcase Filipino music on a music platform with a reputable track record of elevating the global presence of the artists performing. Mad props to THE FIRST TAKE for giving us a chance to impart a piece of our cultural and music sensibilities in ways that could be challenging but exciting.”

“THE FIRST TAKE” is a Japanese YouTube channel that invites top singers and artists from all over the world to perform a song recorded in one take. Videos on “The First Take” are filmed in a studio, with shots of the performing artist and a microphone, set to a background that is usually white.

SB19 on the other hand, is the first Southeast Asian group and the first Filipino to be invited in the influential music media outlet. They recently trended on X after the announcement of their return to “THE FIRST TAKE.”

SB19 is still expanding their fan base both locally and abroad. They had a wonderful success at their debut concert in Japan on April 29 at Tokorozawa Sakura Town. As the first Filipino musicians to be featured, they performed “GENTO ” on “THE FIRST TAKE,” and the video has received over two million views since then. Before making their comeback, the members attracted even more attention by releasing a thank-you video to their worldwide fan base, stating, “We were able to come this far thanks to the support of all the A’TIN.”

Watch their performance of “MAPA” at “THE FIRST TAKE.”

Watch their performance of “GENTO” at “THE FIRST TAKE.”
https://youtu.be/LnWLpWoAs2A


Check out their gratitude post about their recent performance of “THE FIRST TAKE.”

SB19’s performance airs at 9 pm today, Manila time via THE FIRST TAKE’s YouTube channel. Watch it here.

Follow “THE FIRST TAKE” on socials:

Website: https://www.thefirsttake.jp

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_firsttake

Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_FirstTake

X: https://www.tiktok.com/@the_first_take

THE FIRST TIMES: https://www.thefirsttimes.jp

SB19 is self-managed by 1Z Entertainment, a company built and managed by the members of SB19.

Entertainment

Paolo Sandejas releases “sirens,” his first official track, after signing with Sony Music Entertainment

The moody guitar-pop track showcases layers of maturity and earnestness to his musical craft

The newest artist to join the expanding roster of Sony Music Entertainment is rising OPM singer Paolo Sandejas!

The breakout act has captured the attention of fans worldwide in a short amount of time with “Sorry,” a song that BTS’s V co-signed and performed in one of his vlogs. In addition, Sandejas performed at the recently concluded Wanderland Music and Arts Festival 2024, sharing the bill with some of the world’s biggest names in live music, such as Jack Johnson, Parcels, and Thundercat. In 2023, he releasedBloom, a 6-track EP that includes the hit single “Different Shade of Blue.”

As part of his debut offering with his new label, Paolo Sandejas has finally released “sirens,” the first single off his upcoming solo album to be released sometime soon. Penned by Sandejas, the moody alt-pop track reveals a more mature approach to his musicality and songwriting.

The song also serves as a reunion project with Xergio Ramos, who was responsible for producing “Someone New,” his collab track with fellow singer-songwriter Martti Franca.

“The final track sounds so much fuller and more polished compared to what I initially brought to him, and I’m really grateful that he took the time and effort to help bring the song to life,” said the Sway artist. “You’ll definitely be hearing more of him working on my songs in the future.”

Lyrically, “sirens” is about a person discovering their place in the world. According to Sandejas, the new song expresses what it feels like to be carefree and impulsive in life, believing that everything will work out as long as you get to spend valuable time with the person you call home.

“I wanted to tell the story in a subtle way, so I kept the lyrics really simple with slight variations between verses,” he says. Usually, as songwriters, we strive to cram as much as possible into a song, but for this one, I wanted to be as effective as possible without sacrificing the track’s narrative.

sirens by Paolo Sandejas is currently available via Sony Music Entertainment on all digital music platforms worldwide.

Follow him on socials:

Facebook / x / Instagram / TikTok / YouTube

Lifestyle

Loans Can Promote Business Expansion

In the current highly competitive business environment, one thing that might guarantee the success of any expanding company is the ease of access to capital. Entrepreneurs require the guarantee that obtaining bank finance is simple and accessible. This guarantees business growth by enabling them to seize possibilities in the marketplace.

Sterling Bank of Asia (SBA), one of the top thrift banks in the nation that offers a range of business solutions to its customers, is committed to supporting small and medium-sized businesses in their efforts to prosper in the fiercely competitive business environment.

From startups to well-established businesses, SBA’s diverse array of business loan solutions is designed to meet their needs. Term loans, trade check discounting, development loans, buying domestic bills, and other services are among their products.

Selecting the appropriate bank financing product is essential to the success of a business. Businesses can realize their full potential when they have access to the right credit finance. It is highly recommended that entrepreneurs thoroughly assess their financial needs and choose from a diverse range of banking solutions to achieve their unique objectives.

At every stage, Sterling Bank of Asia is dedicated to helping businesses succeed. Their staff is constantly available and eager to help clients get the ideal financial solution to realize their business goals.

Explore the loan options offered by the SBA and get in touch with their staff right now if you’re looking to expand your company.