Your media partners are the biggest advocates of your brand. Celebrate with them to cap off all the achievements for the year and set the narrative for the next! Here are four tips to help you organize your media thanksgiving event.Read More
People living in the city are usually deprived of fresh air. However, eco-living in Metro Manila is not as hard as it seems when you know where to find the best places to relax, hang-out and unwind. If you need a breather without leaving the metro, here’s a list of five eco-friendly hangout places that are worth visiting.Read More
RoRo’s expansion is a huge opportunity for Philippine businesses. With the improved transportation, the ASEAN countries will grow even closer and empower smaller companies to ship their goods between borders.
However, Filipino companies entering the greater Southeast Asian markets will face one big problem: communication.Read More
San Francisco-based ridesharing app Uber has been a hit with Filipinos since it debuted in the country in 2014. A quick fast forward to 2017 – tens of thousands rely on its services for their daily commute. When the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) ordered a month-long suspension on Uber’s operations last August 14, Philippine social media went into a frenzy.Read More
Whether they plan to invest on it or not, the media plays a crucial role in influencing the decision of Filipinos on their finances.
Monitoring and understanding all the relevant stories, news, and discussions from different channels will help you understand what influences financial decisions.Read More
Believe it or not, our country celebrates “Made in the Philippines Product Week” every third week of August (from the 17th to the 23rd to be exact). This may be the 1st time you heard of this and you will feel good to know that due recognition is given to Philippine-made products. However, this no longer comes as a surprise as this observance was proclaimed by Governor General Frank Murphy in 1933. In any case, the spirit of this celebration is to "encourage and stimulate domestic industry and patronization of local products"and it remains relevant to this day.Read More
Do names like Trinidad Tecson or Agueda Kahabagan ring a bell? How about Teresa Magbanua or Kumander Liwayway? If you aren’t familiar with these names, you’re not alone. Because history has been documented by mostly the male hero counterparts, there are only a few materials and references on women heroes. Because M2.0 Communications believe in women’s capability to become heroes in their own way and we are lucky to have lots of brave women on our team, we’re creating this article on the most courageous ones from history.Read More
Last week, actor, model, and football player, Jake Cuenca tweeted his exasperation at the magazine industry, particularly fashion mags. While Cuenca’s criticisms have weight, his opinions shouldn’t be left unanswered.Read More
The hilarious anecdotes of comedian Jo Koy are all too relatable for Pinoys. His wacky tales strike a chord within us because they come from experiences that are uniquely Filipino. Here are five of them that we can totally relate to.Read More
When a competitor makes a mistake, fair play tells you to let public outcry do its work and simply bask in quiet schadenfreude. However, the market is telling you to go for the throat. Companies that have made jabs at their rival’s misfortune are discovering massive success.Read More
There are ratings and reviews for practically every item or service nowadays that can be accessed in an instant. But when do people research the products they buy? And what can this information tell us about consumer behavior?Read More