The youth will play a crucial role in the future of the country’s economy with 70 percent of the Philippine population aged below 30. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recognizes by identifying young entrepreneurs as the nation’s hope. However, reforms must be made in the educational system to help them reach their full potential. “If we want to make smarter entrepreneurs, we should start by changing the mindset of the young through the establishment of entrepreneurship education,” Sec. Ramon Lopez, Chairperson of the DTI said.
Solane, the country’s leading LPG solutions provider, recently held its first basketball cup tournament at the Balabag basketball court in Boracay aptly named the Solane Boracay Cup. The event aimed to promote camaraderie and sportsmanship in a competitive and friendly game while encouraging a healthy lifestyle among its employees.
Manila Express has been connecting overseas Filipinos in Canada to home since 1985. Top management team thru the leadership of Regina Victoria Y. De Ocampo and Emmanuel De Ocampo have prioritized the value of long years of relationship with their frequent customers built on trust and reliability, offering money transfer deliveries to the Philippines nationwide. Manila Express is the pioneer and one of the major players for 32 years now in the remittance business from Canada going to the Philippines with a network of 11 branches nationwide. Its strongest hold, British Columbia has 5 branches in West Broadway, Mainstreet, Richmond, Surrey and West Vancouver and have three branches in Calgary, one in Edmonton, one in Scarborough and another one in Winnipeg with an exclusive agent in Montreal, and other agents in Whitehorse, Regina, Saskatoon, Camrose and Fort McMurray.