The People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), in partnership with Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management (APFHRM), will hold the “Asia Pacific HR Best Practices Forum” at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila on April 6, 2017.
The APFHRM is an organization with membership from different human resource associations from different countries within the Asia Pacific region and one of its members, PMAP, will host this year’s forum about Human Resource’s best practices in building and sustain global competitiveness. GlobalHR Leaders will convene to talk about practical development and actionable strategies needed by members into their respective work places.
Learn from the line-up of different topics about development and practices of different HR Leaders: “Technology and HR in Today’s Era” by Manoj Biswas, Chief Human Resources Officer of Larsen & Toubro Infotech Limited; “HR Metrics and Workforce Analytics” by Kamesh Ganeson, Country Director ECC International; “The Impact of Technology on Workplaces Today” by Lyn Goodear, CEO of Australian Human Resources Institute; “Bayanihan Spirit” by Imelda H. Centeno, Senior Vice President of United Laboratories, Inc.; “Impact of AEC free movement of skilled labour still being seriously underestimated” by Colin Blackwell, Chairman of the HR Committee of Vietnam Business Forum; and “HR Best Practices: The Philippine Advantage” by Ramon B. Segismundo, SVP and Head and Corporate Services, of Manila Electric Company and 2017 PMAP President.
The forum is open to the public and guarantees an interesting and relevant learning journey about HR best practices from leading practitioners in the human resource management from around the world. Investment fee is Php5,000.00 for PMAP members and Php5,500.00 for non-members.
For more information, please contact Joana Tumpalan or Rhona Bagarinao at telephone nos. (+632) 726-1532 loc 323 or 308, mobile no. +63917-584-9222 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Promotional items helps increase your sales. It creates more awareness with regards to your brand.
My blog started out as a project in school that turns out to be a regular blog. My friends told me to use this to incorporate my travel experiences and itineraries so that it can help other people and for them not to ask me every time they find out about my travels.
I realized the importance of such promotional products when I started to join conventions and meetings. I have no business card yet and I felt that there is an opportunity loss for me. I might end up with great future collaborations if I have my own business card.
Right now, I am planning of having printed cards so that on my future meetings I can give some in order to broaden my network as well. Let me know if this design is Yay or Nay! Would love some comments.
Saw one printing agency that would probably attend my need. They do custom prints such as business cards, planners, tarpaulins, paper bags and many more.
You can check out CTG Printz Enterprise.
Here are some of their customized planner for those who loves to write. Still thinking of what design that i would love to have. Well, of course related to food and travel!
Travelbook.ph, the leading local hotel booking website in the Philippines, is turning four this year!
And in celebration of four exciting years in the business, TravelBook.ph encourages you to explore and see the beauty of the Philippines in the coming months with ongoing exciting promos: Win a free trip to Japan for two in the Konnichi-wow: Free Trip to Japan and avail of highly affordable deals on hotels and resorts with Super Summer Sale.
In addition to the anniversary, TravelBook.ph is also celebrating a lot of huge milestones. In just four years, TravelBook.ph grew exponentially in the e-commerce industry. Its number of bookings increased up to 200% ever since they started offering affordable hotel reservations in March 2013. Today, over 3,200 local hotels and resorts are listed on their website, providing more opportunities for Filipino wanderers to travel around the country and support local tourism.
TravelBook.ph dares to brave that extra mile and achieve even more by further establishing their brand as the only online travel agency (OTA) that promotes local tourism and highlighting the unique perks and services they offer to Filipino travelers, including attractive discounts, convenient payment options, exclusive reward points, and the TravelBook.ph mobile application.
TravelBook.ph will also be releasing TravelBook magazine, the company’s official free publication that aims to inspire Filipinos to visit local destinations, meet new people, and immerse themselves in the country’s rich culture.
All these and more will officially be announced to the media on TravelBook.ph’s upcoming Summer Anniversary Blowout press launch on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at Marco Polo Hotel in Ortigas.
The Philippines is undeniably full of wonders that are meant to be appreciated as well as explored. As they celebrate their fourth anniversary, TravelBook.ph encourages you to go out there and explore the amazing places in the Philippines and gain memorable travel experiences like no other.
TravelBook.ph is one of biggest online travel e-commerce company (online travel agent or OTA) in the Philippines dedicated to offering great value hotel bookings and with a varied selection of Philippine hotels and resorts in Baguio, Batangas, Bohol, Boracay, Cebu, Davao, Laguna, Metro Manila, Palawan, Pampanga, Tagaytay, Zambales, and more. A total of 3,000 of affordable hotels are currently listed in Travelbook.ph.
TravelBook.ph offers the best price guarantee with attractive discounts for hotels and resorts, and various types of payment options without a credit card:
- Pay at Hotel
- Over the Counter: banks, 7-Eleven, department stores, and payment centers
Travelbook.ph also offers exclusive reward points: Customers also automatically earn back 5% of the total amount they spend as reward points, which they can use to get discounts on their future bookings (1 point is equivalent to PHP 1.00).
Customers can also use TravelBook.ph’s convenient mobile app to book accommodations on the go. It is available on the App Store and Google Play.
Lastly, TravelBook.ph is a proud Philippine-based company with 24/7 support. It has a Filipino call center ready to assist customers anytime. They can be reached through these numbers:
Landline: +63 2 662 1111
Sun: +63 925 887 2835
Globe: +63 917 850 9029
Smart: +63 998 961 3012
To know more about convenient and affordable hotel bookings all over the Philippines, visit www.travelbook.ph. Follow TravelBook.ph on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TravelBook.ph/, Twitter https://twitter.com/travelbookph, and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/travelbookph/.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines launches its ‘KLM Orange Squad’ contest in celebration of the Netherlands’ most anticipated national holiday of the year - King’s Day
In conjunction with the Netherlands’ most anticipated national holiday of the year, King’s Day (Koningsdag) on 27 April, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has launched a special contest from 28 March – 3 April on http://ph.klmcontests.com/.
Dubbed as the ‘KLM Orange Squad’ contest, participants are encouraged to answer a couple of simple questions to win a trip to Amsterdam with a friend to celebrate King’s Day.
The lucky winner from Philippines together with five other winners from the region (to form the KLM Orange Squad) will experience the Netherlands’ biggest and most colourful festival on the streets and canals of Amsterdam where performances, live music and good party vibes will fill the atmosphere.
Each winner will win a pair of KLM Economy class tickets and a 3-night hotel stay in Amsterdam.
If you missed out on the ‘KLM Orange Squad’ contest, don’t fret!
KLM offers attractive fares to Amsterdam for travellers who would like to join the fun and excitement for King’s Day.
Check out the latest news and image library: http://nieuws.klm.com/en/
Coconut Oil has many healthy properties that can address modern dietary diseases.
Last February 28, 2017 at Oracle Hotel in Quezon City, a Blogger's conference was held. I'm glad I was one of the few invited to attend the Coconut oil information forum which was sponsored by the Minola Premium Coconut oil. The guest speaker was Dr. Fabian M. Dayrit, a professor at the Ateneo de Manila University, the acting-president of the National Academy of Science and Technology. He is also the Chair for Scientific Committee for Health, Asian and Pacific Coconut Community.
The forum started with a brief discussion about the history of the Coconut. Then followed by different topics such as Saturated fats and does cholesterol cause heart disease? Lastly, emphasizing on the special properties of Coconut oil.
I grew up in San Pablo City where I always see Minola Manufacturing when I was a kid. Who would have thought I will be able to attend one of their forums and get valuable first hand information from a reputable person. I ended the day with new learning and a happy face. Another productive day for me.
Sharing some of my key take aways from the forum.
- Coconut oil can help lessen the falling hairs. Shared based on experience by one of the attendee.
- Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) provide's energy and do not accumulate or deposit in the body tissue.
- Coconut oil is trans fat free, a natural product that does not contain hydrogenated fats.
- Coconut oil is a lauric oil and when absorbed by the body becomes monolaurin. Monolaurin is also found in mother’s milk. It is said to be useful in increasing immunity and fighting viruses and disease.
- Coconut oil promotes good health and helps build a stronger immune system.
- That Cholesterol is converted into Vitamin D with sunlight. Wherein Vitamin D is also essential for our health. It is also converted to bile acids which are needed for digestion.
Sharing my home-made pancake using Minola margarine for me and my hubby, para #HealthyAngRelationships.
Please bear with me as I am new to cooking.Haha!
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