A strong believer of the famous adage “The youth is the hope of the nation,” SCG continues to invest in Filipino students through its Sharing the Dream program. Knowing that the children of today will grow up to become the leaders of tomorrow, SCG through its scholarship program hopes to help the youth obtain a well-rounded education that will shape them into the competent and responsible professionals and citizens the country needs.
Since its launch in the Philippines in 2008, the Sharing the Dream program has been granting educational assistance to more than 2,000 high school students from Batangas, Bulacan, Taguig and Tondo as a way of giving back to the communities where SCG operates. In 2018, SCG Sharing the Dream extended its scholarship grants to college students, both current and incoming alike, to encourage more students to pursue a college degree. In partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), SCG screened applications and carefully selected 10 awardees who demonstrated academic distinction and the makings of an excellent leader.
This year, a new batch of college will start receiving Php25,000 worth of educational assistance yearly until they finish their chosen degree.
Realme Philippines marks yet again another sold-out feat with the first offline weekend sale and pre-order claiming for the 64MP quad-camera XPert, the realme XT. Claimants of pre-ordered units were seen lining up in several realme stores nationwide as early as 9AM to get their device and exclusive freebies.
The realme XT, which was launched last October 29 in the Philippines, brings flagship-class features in the midrange price segment – a clear reflection of the real value gene of the realme brand.
You and your company are one quick Google search away from existing and potential clients, business partners, other organizations and companies — a few taps away from getting reviewed, hired or rejected for a project, partnership or long-term business. Do you know what they are going to see online? How much of you and your company can they see online?
Every time we use the Internet to send emails, visit websites, look or review products or services, or shop online, the internet is looking back at us. The traces we leave online can — and may — be used to get our personal information, identify current location, and even profile our political preferences and other predilections. All these make up what is called a digital footprint.
While it is impossible not to leave digital footprints, managing one’s online identity and reducing one’s digital footprint is not impossible. This crash course will walk us through how to manage our digital footprint.
SCG’s Operating Results for Q3 2019 and the first nine months of 2019 showed a decline in profits compared to the same period last year. The Q3 results are primarily driven by the drop-in profitability in the Chemicals Business due to the existing low cycle and the global economic slowdown that was exacerbated by the trade war and the appreciation of Thai baht. Meanwhile, the Cement Building Materials Business reported an increase in profit with sales growth in the Distribution and Retail Businesses. Moreover, the Packaging Business has a significant potential growth, particularly in the ASEAN region.
Chevron Philippines Inc., marketer of Caltex fuels and lubricants, manifests its dedication to enabling human progress through its annual Volunteer Week, this year celebrating women and livelihood empowerment, education and career appreciation, and coastal sustainability.
Now on its 12th year, Chevron encourages its employees and business partners to volunteer their time and energy to work for the improvement of the communities where they operate, focusing on projects that positively impact the women, youth, marginalized sector and environment.
More than 300 Chevron employees, contractors, suppliers, Caltex retailers and other Chevron business units volunteered to help the less fortunate ones.