Culture and style can definitely go hand-in-hand, as well as social development and business growth. Read our feature on the DSE Awards 2016 winner.
If we’re going to buy local or sustainable here in the Philippines, we may as well buy local and sustainable. And for responsible last-minute shopping, Habi Footwear has got you covered with its SE Wall.
Where can I buy the gifts that keep on giving? At Sinag ng Pasko this Saturday, 5 December 2015, that is!
Notable issues aside, APEC is not, and should not, simply be hated or written off. It was established more than twenty years ago to do its part in the goal that we are commonly striving for, and there is progress being made. Let’s give it a chance, and let’s give ourselves as budding entrepreneurs a change as well.
One way of intra-sector cooperation, especially when it comes to the private sector, would be to build bridges. This is particularly effective between big companies and social enterprises, because of their mutual benefits.
Even the things you consume can reflect your state of awareness! Especially this Christmas season, why not be more mindful of the things you buy – where they come from and how they are made – for gifts to your loved ones? Not only would you make your loved one happy, you’d also make a small-time business and their stakeholders happy: the best Christmas gift you can give them.
If you’re looking for healthy food supplements and warm drinks, look no further than Kayumanggi Organics, from the Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm. Produced in the Philippines the responsible way, it promotes healthy and delicious yet affordable living with its flagship coconut sugar, as well as other coconut, cacao, and ginger products.
The Likhain by Jacinto & Lirio combines function, style, innovation, and responsibility into one, with its similar model of combining a planner, wallet, and mobile phone storage in one unit. If you’re a fan of organization, buy one today!
Creativity and passion for goodness come together and get multiplied with a community all clamoring for a brighter future for all – and our planet. Very much in line with what TDA stands for – here is MUNI.
In the second part of my take on the ugly but avoidable battle between Gawad Kalinga and the University of Hawaii, I discuss things that both sides did that I question for being overreactive.