Last July 30, 2009, I announced in my blog that the University of Asia and the Pacific will be holding a mid-year a economic briefing in Cebu on July 31, 2009.
I just learned from Ronnie Mangubat , one of my batch mates from the Street Strategists Financial literacy seminar Batch 16 that the University of Asia & the Pacific in cooperation with the UA&P Alumni Association will be conducting a “Mid-year economic briefing on the Philippine economy: In Recess or in Recession”
It has been said that one way to build wealth is find the next hot trend and introduce innovative products into that trend in order to get a substantial portion of market share just as what Bill Gates did to the Computer operating system, Steve Jobs did to music players and computers in general and what Google did to the search engines.
Would you have invested with the skinny little geek?
Sometime last week, my Dad asked me to attend a multi-level marketing seminar involving Voice Over Internet Protocol (V.O.I.P) products. He wanted to attend the seminar personally but he asked me to attend the seminar primarily for two reasons first he had another meeting to attend and secondly, he just did not understand what the product is all about. (This also goes for all other “hi-tech” products) So I reluctantly attended the seminar.
The Philippines is one of the hottest destination for business process outsourcing. It just places a little notch lower than the India. A lot of call centers and other business process outsourcing ventures have cropped up all over the country. More than half of the available jobs advertised in the newspapers are business process outsourcing jobs ranging from medical transcription to customer and technical support and legal services among others.