My vision of Millennials is all the big girls and boys who, like myself, have learned the meaning of deadlines through renting from the local video store, responsibility via their Tamagotchi, and had their first AI encounter with the creepy but cute Furby. Twenty years later, we are the startup generation with a bit of
American comedian Milton Berle once said: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” A website plays a role of this door on which customers will certainly knock as soon as possible. However, what to do if you have no such a door? Having a business but no website? It’s a real gap in your business
As we get deeper into the digital age, companies are focusing more of their marketing budget on digital strategies. The result? In the Philippines, among the most hired professions on LinkedIn are software developers, marketing specialists, and IT support specialists. This is according to a report by LinkedIn. With these occupations come a high demand
Before the emergence of the current technological boom, larger companies have been able to leverage their position on top through outsourcing. But now the world is connected in such a profound way that small businesses tend to gain the most advantages from outsourcing. Most notably, saving money is where the real advantage lies with outsourcing.
How much a Filipino worker can save depends on how much money he or she makes to cover basic expenses. However, the 2015 World Bank survey suggests that education is also a factor on how we handle our finances. According to senior financial sector specialist, NataliyaMylenko: “The area of financial education came into light after
It’s inherent for us humans to spend for our needs. However, we’re also prone to messing up our budget. Nonetheless, there’s no need to beat yourself up whenever you shell out money more than you intend to. Overspending is an issue, but it’s something you can work around. Admitting you have spending problems is the