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Friday, April 12, 2019

Online Businesses Attest to Benefits Offered by LBC’s COP/COD

Online sellers are on the race to sell their products to an eager market who have found shopping in the internet more convenient.  But more than just selling their goods, online merchants are also enticing customers by giving them the most worry-free experience, from buying to paying and getting their orders the way they want it. 
LBC understands this need- which is why they came up with the Cash on Pick Up (COP) and Cash on Delivery (COD).  Under  COP, LBC provides a safer and more convenient alternative to “meet-ups” as a method of getting goods from seller to customer. After ordering online, a customer only has to select the specific LBC branch from where to pick up their items. 
Under COD,  buyers are offered the option of paying for their purchases- only after LBC delivers the items to them. 
After only a few months of operations, many online business owners are already raving over COP/COD.  Aileen Guina who sells HERBAL MEDICINAL TEA AND MINERAL DROPS, started using COP/COD last July 2018. Since  she began using COP/COD, she has stopped using other courier services.  “Malawak po ang sakop ng LBC at convenient siya para sa akin at sa customers ko.Mas dumalas po ang pasok ng customers.Mas ok compared sa dati kasi hindi sila gaano worried na baka scam or niloloko lang sila and hindi sila nahihirapan since pinupuntahan sila sa bahay nila”.
Another online seller, Alvin Flores, whose products consist of beauty products like make up, has shifted to LBC since it started its CPO/COD services last year. He said: “Mas gusto kasi ng mga client ang cash on pick up   para maiwasan ang mga scam. Mas mabilis din kasi pag LBC COP/COD. Mula nang mag-COP/COD ako, mas maraming pumapasok na clients since convenient nga para sa customers. Tapos okay na okay din ang service ng LBC”.
For Eleazar Latonio, whose business revolves around selling food supplements across the country via his online shop, used a different courier before. But due to the slow remittance of payment, they decided to shift to LBC’s COP/COD. He says: “Mas madali yung ngayon sa LBC kumpara sa dati kasi hindi lang ung clients ung nadadalian dahil nga COP/COD pero mas mabilis din ung bigay ng payment nila sa amin compared sa ibang courier services who takes weeks. Sa LBC few days lang po, meron na. At alam naman natin na LBC ang pinaka malaking courier service sa Philippines. Mas mabilis pa, especially sa province, kaya mas maganda”.
Mr. Ronaldo Provido De Guzman, owner of Gabriel Fishing Net Glamore, who vends fishnet and motorcycle parts and accessories, said he started using LBC’s COP and COD for the convenience of his buyers. And for him the best features of the service are: “Mabilis, mura at mababa yung risk na hindi ako mabayaran sa mga shipment ko”.  Lumakas pa ang business ko!”
With the expected rise of e-commerce, LBC assures online sellers that it will always make ways to provide them with services that aim to ease their operations while driving growth for their businesses.
There is no doubt: online shopping has become more popular than ever before.  Shopping from one’s phone, tablet or PC has become the biggest trend, specially for those who simply want convenience at their fingertips.

Monday, March 25, 2019

Robinsons Kidz Club Fair brings a world of learning and fun for kids at Robinsons Townville

Play, learn and having fun are just some of the things that kids can expect from the first Robinsons Kidz Club Fair happening across the Robinsons Townville malls for the whole month of March. Robinsons Kidz Club is the membership club of the Robinsons Townville malls for kids 3 to 12 years old. Members get exclusive access to the various kiddie events of Robinsons Townville including the Robinsons Kidz Club Fair, and a free birthday gift each year.

Last March 23, the Robinsons Kidz Club Fair was a massive hit among kids at the Robinsons Townville Buhay Na Tubig. Various activities were prepared for Robinsons Kidz Club members wherein they learned the science of colors through interactive games and activities which include coloring activities, color wheel making and a special light & color science presentation. They also had fun putting their creativity into action by mixing and matching colorful beads during the friendship bracelet making activity.

“We believe that children best learn through fun and play 
that’s why we are continuously coming up with events and activities that will not only entertain children but would serve as a platform as well for our Robinsons Kidz Club members to learn,” says Joel Delfin, the AVP for the Robinsons Townville malls.

There are a lot of events in store for the Robinsons Kidz Club members this year continuing with the grand event this April 21 entitled ‘A Magical Easter’. Members can expect fun
 games and a whole lot of fun as they are invited to come in their cutest unicorn costumes. That’s a magical and one of a kind Easter celebration for the Robinsons Kidz Club members.

Sounds exciting? Register to Robinsons Kidz Club in the link below.

The Robinsons Townville malls is the chain of community malls of the Robinsons Retail Holdings, Inc. in six locations in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, Pulilan and Meycauayan in Bulacan, Fairview in Quezon City, BF Homes in Parañaque, and Buhay na Tubig in Imus. Several locations are already in the pipeline to aggressively increase its portfolio.

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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Arts Management students from DLS-CSB produce a self-image journey through photography in an exhibition entitled "EMBRACE"

Arts Management students from DLS-CSB produce a self-image journey through
photography in an exhibition entitled "EMBRACE"

From March 27 to April 3, 2019, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s School of Design and Arts (DLS-CSB SDA) Arts Management Program will bep presenting EMBRACE at the 9/F Hallway of the School of Design and Arts Campus.

EMBRACE is a photography exhibition focusing on self-image, self-empowerment, and self-esteem. The exhibition is produced and curated by a group of fourth year AB Arts Management students under the supervision of Mr. Armando “Tuxqs” Rutaquio Jr.

EMBRACE seeks to be a reminder of empathy towards oneself and others. The exhibit aims to portraya person’s uniqueness through the language of photography. EMBRACE is focused on
embracing differences and the ability to accept who you are. The exhibit is narrated through the firstand third person point of view revolving around the major theme of self-image, divided into three chapters, ultimately: Context, Response, and Reflection. These chapters identify with the
relationship of mind and body; a powerful connection that is important but seldom recognized.

EMBRACE will be accompanied by a series of free talks open to the public to encourage more conversationsabout the themes presented in the exhibition. The following will take place at the 12/F Cinema of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s School of Design and Arts campus:

March 29, 2019 (1:00pm - 2:30pm): Self-care with Dr. Lia Bernardo Dr. Lia Bernardo specializes in psychoneurology and is also a personal development training
 and behavior specialist. In her talk she will tackle the importance of self-care, its relationship
 with mental wellness, and how we can practice self-care in our everyday lives.

March 29, 2019 (3:00pm - 4:30pm): Self-love with Danah and Stacy Guiterrez
Danah and Stacy Gutierrez, are body positive advocates and founders of an online magazineabout plus size fashion and living a body positive lifestyle. Their talk will focus on
self-love covering topics about developing self-love, their own struggles with self-love, advice on
body positivity, and the creation of

April 3, 2019 (3:00pm - 4:30pm): Self-respect with Abraham Guardian

Abraham Guardian is a Fashion Design and Merchandising student at DLS-CSB and co-founder Of the independent local brand Ha.Mu. The brand is all about individuality, uniqueness, and feeling confident and good in what you are wearing. His talk on self-respect will focus on his experiences in Benilde with self-expression, the fashion community, and how he stays true to
himself along the way.

Through photography, life’s fleeting moments become more permanent. It captures the simplest of things that makes life worthwhile. EMBRACE seeks to be a reminder of the progressive journey of self-love; it is through this where we accept all people and ultimately ourselves.

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Friday, January 4, 2019

Filipino Bloggers Network & Metrobuzz Get Together 2019

Now on its sixth year, the annual Get Together party of the Filipino Bloggers Network (FBN) together with Metrobuzz Bloggers has become bigger and brighter with more sponsors and partners giving their support to two of the most active blogger groups in the country today.

Salu, a popular Filipino cuisine in Quezon City, will be hosting this year’s gathering of bloggers and online influencers on January 05.

Brand Talk : Pawnshops remain relevant along with the changing times

Pawning has been an industry that is synonymous with augmenting the needs of majority of Philippine households. In a study released by Ken Research Private Ltd in April 2016, it is identified that 90% of the Philippine household subsist on less than $10 a day, making pawnshops a viable and trusted option for individuals in need of immediate cash.

With more than 17,000 pawnshop branches in the country today, pawning provides individuals with easy and accessible solutions to immediate cash needs of the common Filipino.  

In spite the massive scale and the length of reach of the business, pawning is an industry that often struggles with the negative connotation that it preys on the needs of the destitute and the middle-class. There is also a connotation that pawning items is for those who are truly desperate for cash, while others worry on the safety and security of their pawned items.

Contrary to these misconceptions, Philippine pawnshops are highly professional organizations that follow strictest code of operations, based on the guidelines set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and complies the strictest requirements on corporate governance as set by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC).

In fact, pawnshops has become one of the biggest supporters of BSP’s program in promoting microfinancial services as a means of providing access to the poor and to micro and small entrepreneurs financial access, something that is not otherwise possible via banks and bigger financial organizations.

Jean Henri Lhuillier, president & CEO of Cebuana Lhuillier, the country’s largest microfinancial services provider, was quick to dispel the preconceived notions that come with pawning. Lhuillier helms the lead in Cebuana Lhuillier, an organization that proudly positions itself as “a business with a social mission of financial inclusion.”

“Pawning has become instrumental in changing the lives of many Filipinos – thanks to its capability to immediately ease and assuage a financial burden. As someone who has grown with the country’s number one pawnshop brand, I have personally witnessed many success stories made possible by pawning—from a mother who sends her children to school, made possible by a few heirloom pieces; to an enterprising young man who got his first business capital by pawning. Pawning proved to be the fastest and easiest means to get access to cash – this can be traced back to the days of ancient China and even to day and age of computers and technical advancements, the value of pawning does not change or diminish, especially when it moves and evolves with the changing of the times,” Lhuillier said.

Here’s how pawnshops is evolving with the times as a means to address the common misconceptions in pawning: 

Strictest quality check for pawned items – pawnshops follow a strict guideline before they accept pawned items. Branch personnel are trained appraisers and follows strict regulations from BSP. Contrary to a common misconception that pawnshops accept stolen jewelries, pawnshop personnel are trained to work together with law enforcement agencies to prevent this from happening.

Fast, efficient pawning process – In some pawnshops, the whole pawning process is done and over in five minutes. Pawnshops employ a dedicated lane for pawning clients and has adapted well to technology by putting modern systems in place to make sure the pawning process is easy, quick and efficient.

Putting utmost value and care for pawned items – To ensure the safety of the pawned items, strict security process are followed – from the opening to closing of the branch, to the placement of CCTV cameras and guards stationed in place.

Pawnshops are modern one-stop shop for microfinancial services – The pawnshop branches of today are bright, safe, air-conditioned offices that functions as a one-stop shop for its client’s microfinancial needs. For example, Cebuana Lhuillier, the largest pawnshop chain in the Philippines, is also considered as the country’s leading provider of microfinancial services. The company supports and actively campaigns the financial inclusion program of the government and has set services in place that answers the financial needs of the vast majority of Filipinos, particularly the underbanked and unbanked.

Exceptional customer service in place– Understanding the value of pawned items left in its care, more established pawnshops usually has its own customer service team in place to handle queries and concerns. One good example of this is Cebuana Lhuillier’s 24K Card which serves as a loyalty card, eCard and money card all at the same time.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

BrandX Product : Taste the latest catch with the new limited-edition Piattos Aquaman packs

Jack ‘n Jill Piattos brings an exciting way to enjoy snack time with its new flavor, Spicy Seafood. Now, you can delight in your favorite hexagonal potato crisps with the savory taste of seafood with just the right kick of spice.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Logistikus’ Express’ “Scooter BAES” Ride out for Snapshot Promo

 A new delivery service is fast gaining popularity among city dwellers who are looking for a faster method of sending goods while seeking to reduce Metro Manila’s carbon footprint.

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