Sunday, December 26, 2021

Otako Monsta just hit a major one as they celebrated their first year anniversary

“This event is our way of showing gratitude to everyone who has been with us every step of the way and we look forward to more fruitful years with you as our partners.” ~Gian Franco Go, Co-Fonder

Pandemic-Born Takoyaki Stall Goes Nationwide After Closing its First Year with More Than 30 Branches. They also celebrated the success of a similar Japanese street food concept called Crazy Tori, which was simultaneously conceptualized and launched last July 2021.

For small business owners, milestones are good indicators of their growth as entrepreneurs. Otako Monsta just hit a major one as they celebrated their first year anniversary. 

The gathering was filled with music, good food, and drinks to celebrate their partners that have greatly contributed to their success as a company. 

Sharing their love for Japanese food inspired a group of young entrepreneurs to launch their business at ILEA Christmas Bazaar last December 2020 in Iloilo city. Bringing the same quality and taste of Takoyaki found in Osaka, Japan has always been at the core of their business. Their offerings are competitively priced at P99 for 6 pieces, and are only made with real seafood ingredients. Seasonal product introductions keep their menu updated and exciting. The brand is best known for Monsta - Takoyaki filled with scallops, shrimp, cheese, and topped with baby octopus. They’re also the first to introduce matcha dessert balls, perfect to be paired with Takoyaki, for the same price. 

Those looking for a snack do not have to look far because Otako Monsta is widely available in Visayas and Mindanao. It ended their first year in operation with 32 branches and plans to double it to 60 stores nationwide by the end of 2022. The group kicked off their expansion to Luzon, opening a branch in Cavite last October 2021. Takoyaki lovers can expect more branches in NCR in the first quarter of 2022. 

Otako Monsta offers a competitive franchising package and has a proven business model with their strategically planned mall branches attaining 5-6 months ROI - beating initial forecast of 8-12 months. If you love Takoyaki and want to share the gift of good food to people around you, you may  reach out to their official Facebook page at to apply for a franchise. 

Follow their social media pages and stay tuned for more updates. 

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Top 5 of my online cooking games choices that I absolutely enjoyed with my family

Two years had  passed  since the pandemic attacked and affected each and everyone's life, everything had changed since then. Looking back we are living in a fast faced kind of life everything is moving too fast then suddenly our lives paused and became slowly and slowly moving at the comfort our our home which is the safest  we knew against the corona virus. 

And while we all stay at home we  fid ways to make our daily living resourceful, convenient and  productive while we make moments with our family. As the plan maker and who prepares the meal at home I make sure I watch and research a lot of ways to make each meal different everyday. While some family members other than having a movie marathon night we make ourselves busy by playing all together some online games to make us entertained. with lots of different game selections may it be for adults and kids to enjoy.

Is your home as bored as your daily activities during the quarantine? Are you feed up with all the old variety of games with your kids at home such as play cards, monopoly, stackable, scrabble. Did you know that there are new and improved digital versions that are fun for all ages that the whole family can enjoy?

Here are 5 of my online cooking games choices that I absolutely enjoyed with my family at home during the lockdown:

Sweety Cooking Chocolate Cake A simple game which familiarizes children with the kitchen and following a recipe. It is more of a playable instructional video versus a game & is best suited for young children in first grade or below.

Fitness Food Run is a horizontal scrolling platform game which encourages players to eat healthy foods like apples and cucumbers while avoiding unhealthy foods like french fries. The player gets healthier when eating healthy food and gains weight and becomes sluggish when eating french fries. Players can double jump by clicking the mouse twice. This game requires a bit of dexterity to play. It is not super polished from a smoothness standpoint, so the game likely best fits second to third graders.

Guess the Food is a simple spelling game where kids are given letter tiles to place in the correct order from left to right to spell the food pictured above. The default game is quite short as it only has 4 levels and a player can skip a level if they are unsure of the answer.

Coffee Shop is a simulation game where you see how much money you can help Cafe Calypso earn in a month. The game includes factors like stocking ingredients, ingredient spoilage, changing drink formulas, managing drink price, and changing consumer demand based on changes in the weather.

Build your reputation and increase your cashflow by optimizing your inventory and pricing while whipping up a formula consumers love.

Burger Now lunch counter game where the server has to stack sandwich ingredients along with any sides and then quickly serve them to awaiting customers. Each level is 60 seconds. The speed of the game makes it fun for kids from fourth grade to sixth grade.

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

UN Women Celebrates Women Empowerment

“The work that you all do is not just translating in the companies where you operate or you serve. It also creates impact on the communities where you belong. Today, outside handing over the trophy as sign of recognition, we would also like to share with you the vision on how we can move forward, we hope for you to add voice and amplify the changes we need to make to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment within and outside your businesses, companies, organizations, households and to other communities as well.” ~Lenlen Mesina, UN Women Philippines Country Program Manager
Honoring Gender Equality Champions in the Philippines. UN Women gathered past winners of the UN WEPs Awards in its effort to bring together advocates of women empowerment in the business and workplace. Photo shows (upper left to right) Mr. Gustavo Gonzalez, UN Resident Coordinator; Her Excellency Saskia de Lang, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Netherlands to the Philippines and EU Gender Champion; Mr. Christoph Wagner, EU Delegation Head of Cooperation; and Lenlen Mesina, UN Women WeEmpowerAsia Philippines Program Manager with the 2021 winners of the UN WEPs Awards.

Winners of the annual Women's Empowerment Principles (WEPs) Awards for 2020 and 2021 gathered at the ceremonial kickoff of the “WEPs Winners Circle" to celebrate gender equality champions and discuss how to push for women's empowerment, gender equality, diversity and inclusion across the workplace, marketplace, and community last December 3, 2021, at the Dusit Thani Manila Hotel, Makati City.

Organized by the UN Women programme WeEmpowerAsia and the European Union, the WEPs Awards recognizes leaders, businesses, and companies operating in the Philippines for their achievements in advancing gender equality in business.

With COVID-19 posing several challenges for women whose responsibilities go beyond their role in the workplace but also at home, companies were encouraged to step up to ensure that women remain a crucial member of the workplace and help advance their participation despite the adversities. Champions of the UN WEPs Awards are testament to how women can still succeed given the right platforms and opportunities. 

UN Women Philippines Country Program Manager Lenlen Mesina welcomed the winners at the event after onsite gatherings had to be postponed due to the pandemic. 

“Companies, and the private sector in general, can play a crucial role in empowering women. But this is not self-evident. You have shown the way and have provided best practices - in the marketplace, your own work environment and the communities you’re working with. Thank you for that!” ~Mr. Christoph Wagner, EU Delegation Head of Cooperation

The event kicked off with special messages from key program partners, including the European Union. Mr. Christoph Wagner, EU Delegation Head of Cooperation, reiterated how the EU prioritizes gender equality, women empowerment, and socio-economic development and the role women play in accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

“We recognize that to better address the gender gap, we need women to represent women’s interests and ideas; to make decisions; to take the lead. Therefore, having women leaders such as yourselves in corporate leadership opens opportunities for many more women. We need to recognize that gender gaps and barriers still exist and if left unchecked and unchallenged, they will hamper inclusivity and progress.” ~EU Gender Champion and Her Excellency Saskia de Lang, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Netherlands in the Philippines

WEPs Awards 2020 & 2021 Winners in a focused group discussion called “Winners Rising Up to the WEPs Challenge” to discuss about contributions and actions need to achieve Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in business, workplace, and marketplace.

“We have to harness such opportunities to foster more inclusive business models. Experience shows that gender equality not only improve working environments but also enhances innovation and reinforces sustainability. In this transformative process, we should not forget to incorporate and address the needs of women, as workers, business leaders and decision makers.” ~Mr. Gustavo Gonzalez, UN Resident Coordinator 

Meanwhile, UN Resident Coordinator Mr. Gustavo Gonzalez as keynote speaker highlighted that the Philippines is making a substantive progress in gender equality, compared to other Asian countries. He also shared that the new normal is presenting new opportunities for gender equality and women empowerment. 

Creating the path ahead
Mesina challenged all the winners by facilitating a group discussion called “Winners Rising Up to the WEPs Challenge” for them to brainstorm and share ideas for collaboration that could contribute further to the achievements of five out of the 17 SDGs including SDGs 1 (No Poverty), 5 (Gender Equality), 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), 10 (Reduced Inequalities), and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).

The discussion gave way for winners to create action items for collaboration and benchmarking, while encouraging each other to replicate their successful programs across different communities. 
Jourgie Hornilla, HR Manager at Shell Business Operations in Manila, shared key pointers such as the importance of setting themselves as role models for other women and educating not just women, but also men, to help remove unconscious biases in the workplace.

Representatives from Investing in Women, Philippine National Bank, and Procter & Gamble summarized their recommendations in four points: the importance of leadership commitment in gender equality to be able to achieve programs and plans; how crucial data is in decision-making, creating action plans, benchmarking, and measuring success; why sharing best practices is a must in order to learn from other successful businesses; and why gender inclusivity it is not always about the bottom-line but also about retention of and growing the best talents in the workplace.

Breaking lavender ceilings
In 2020 and 2021, WEPs Awards honored gender equality champions who continued to set the bar high for solutions on gender equality. The awards aim to encourage more businesses to push for programs, policies, and participation of women in decision-making and to create more opportunities for more women to feel empowered and capable to lead.

It had received over 300 applications in 2 years and named thirty (30) companies and businesses awarded to date. BAYO, which bagged as the Champion of Gender Responsive Marketplace category in the Philippines and the Asia Pacific region and 2nd runner up for Community Engagement and Partnership category in this year’s WEPs Awards. 

“Through UN Women, we can all share our common stories to create a stronger voice and narrative. From there, we can have a stronger spring board for all of these actions to start a similar course. It would really help to organize discussions, coming up with set of ambassadors to be in the core front for communication. But, it is not enough for us to tell them what they can do, it’s also good that they [the companies] are prepared and knowledgeable so they can be in that position to also be pervasive to the change we are encouraging them to do.” ~Ms. Anna Lagon, CEO and Co- Founder of BAYO

The Women’s Empowerment Principles is a framework introduced by the UN Women and UN Global Compact in 2010 to stir action from the private sector to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in leadership, workplace, marketplace and community. To join the WEPs, visit

About WeEmpowerAsia
WeEmpowerAsia is a UN Women programme funded by and in partnership with the European Union that aims to increase the number of women who lead and participate in business in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. Launched in 2019, its purpose is to advance inclusive and sustainable growth and build more gender-sensitive trade and supply chains between European and Asian markets through the Women’s Empowerment Principles focus.

About UN Women
UN Women is the United Nations organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. A global champion for women and girls, the organization was established in 2010 to accelerate progress on women’s rights worldwide. UN Women’s efforts are based on the fundamental belief that every woman has the right to live a life free from violence, poverty, and discrimination, and that gender equality is a prerequisite to achieving global development.

About the European Union
The European Union is made up of 27 Member States who have decided to gradually link together their know-how, resources and destinies. Together, during a period of enlargement of 50 years, they have built a zone of stability, democracy and sustainable development while maintaining cultural diversity, tolerance and individual freedoms.

Are Beauty Standards in the Philippines Becoming More Inclusive?

Beautyhub.PH is a homegrown online magazine that was published to give Filipinas an inspiring and empowering platform where they can find easy and realistic advice on skin, hair, and body care.​​

Beauty standards in the Philippines are quickly shifting, as empowered women celebrate positive beauty and turn their backs on stereotypes. Today’s Filipino women have learned it’s high time to stop stereotyping beauty and are actively redefining beauty standards to be more inclusive. This shift in thinking has led more women to Beautyhub.PH, an online magazine that promotes equal representation of all kinds of beauty and encourages women to be their own kind of beautiful.

Easy to read, Beautyhub.PH has a casual, friendly vibe that is easy to relate to. It is full of how-to guides, listicles, and simple QAs on inclusive beauty – acknowledging real everyday concerns of women and offering simple solutions and product suggestions, Always inclusive in its approach, the articles don’t impose a single standard or look but cover a lot of ground. In other words, readers won’t feel insecure or compelled to conform to stereotypes after reading the articles, but will instead come up with ideas on how to deal with beauty on their own terms. 

The section on Skin, for instance, has suggestions on skin care routines, as well as informative tips on usual concerns such as underarm care, acne-prone skin, and wrinkles. Haircare concerns are also extensively covered, ranging from haircuts, hairstyles, and the best products for different hair concerns. 

The Lifestyle Section touches on fitness, body care, and natural beauty. Discover how you can use green tea or bergamot oil to feel better and enhance your beauty routine.  For those who need a dose of inspiration from celebrities, there are empowering articles from Pia WurtzbachHeart Evangelista, and Kathryn Bernardo who share how they overcame obstacles and insecurities to love themselves and be their own beautiful.

Because beauty is as much a concern of men as it is of women, Beautyhub.PH also has MANifesto.PH, a section that provides accessible grooming advice for men. It has helpful articles on skincare, haircare, and lifestyle, and also tackles modern concerns such as self-motivation, keeping a positive routine, and the benefits of meditation, to name a few. MANifesto.PH tells men it’s okay to pamper themselves and enjoy some me-time.

Discover what inclusive beauty means and embrace your own kind of beautiful with Beautyhub.PH, and MANifesto.PH.

AllHome, a home depot and a one-stop-shop for ALL your home and builders’ needs shop now via the Online App!

It's not a surprise that during the pandemic while we are all lockdown inside our home for almost 2 years now, consumers do a larger share of shopping online, may it be for food, new gadgets, new dress and shoes, or appliances and other kinds of services. AllHome, a home depot and a one-stop-shop for ALL your home and builders’ needs. Find hardware, appliances, furniture, homewares, linens, tiles and sanitary wares and construction items.

In the past year, most of us have been doing day-to-day tasks such as working or schooling, grocery shopping, and banking through convenient apps and online services. The pandemic has certainly made us reliant on digital platforms more than ever.

Now AllHome an e-commerce platform in the Philippines, offers a wide selection of anyone's need or specific products they need from:

AllHome is the modern Filipino families' first choice when it comes to building or renovating their homes.

Looking for something this Christmas? They also have lots of gift suggestion on the platform to choose from.

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All Home a One Stop Shop. From building to furnishing, AllHome has got you covered. Shop now, Add to cart, check out, and your order will deliver in 2-3 working days.

Easy Payment Methods: Pay via Check/Money order, PayMaya, GCash, Debit/Credit Card, and Cash on delivery.

AllHome are 100% original products distributes only original and top quality items.

Start your DIY home projects now by shopping at

Indeed, life can be much easier with technology on your side. Download AllHome through the Google Playstore now and enjoy shopping in the convenience of your home.

Carousell report finds Philippines most receptive to secondhand in the region

“Recommerce offers the second-best sustainable option by extending the life cycle of each garment and material, keeping it out of landfills, and replacing the need to produce new items, and limiting consumption. Since the pandemic drastically changed consumer behavior in the past months, we came up with  the Carousell Recommerce Index to find out  where we are now, and what we can do to encourage Filipinos to consider buying  secondhand as their first choice to promote a circular economy and encourage them to practice a  more sustainable lifestyle.“ ~Ralph Garcia, Country MarketingHead, Carousell Philippines

The Philippines is the most receptive market for secondhand goods in the Greater Southeast Asian region. This is one of the findings in the inaugural Carousell Recommerce Index (2021 report), a Carousell Green initiative that highlights the importance of sustainability and recommerce in the region. The report is part of several programs organized by Carousell Group, the leading classifieds group in Greater Southeast Asia, to help address the issue of overconsumption and covers findings from four Carousell Group brands namely Carousell, Cho Tot, and OneKyat, across eight markets - Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam, involving over 3,000 buyers and sellers. 

Recommerce refers to the selling and buying of previously-owned products, including both new and used in condition. In the Philippines, 92% of consumers responded that they’ve bought secondhand items including unused and brand-new items by casual everyday sellers. This is the highest among all Carousell Group markets. It was shown that 58% percent of Filipino online consumers are most comfortable buying secondhand apparel, while 75% of Filipino merchants choose to sell secondhand apparel.

When it comes to buying secondhand items, 74% of Filipino consumers prefer purchasing secondhand items due to their affordable price, while 72% of consumers who have never bought a secondhand item said that having authentication and warranty of products will motivate them to buy secondhand items. 

Regionally, consumers had an estimated 102,556 unwanted items at home that could be sold. The Philippines is one of the markets that had the most users forecasting 100 unwanted items to sell, and tied with Hong Kong in third place for the highest average items per user at 43 unwanted items. While most consumers estimated earning between PHP 2,501 to PHP 5,000 for selling their unwanted items, 11% believed they could earn more than PHP 35,0000.

“As a pioneer for mobile classifieds in the region, Carousell Group has been constantly working to remove friction and enable secure, seamless transactions. With the use of AI and data, we have been focused on accelerating our recommerce leadership in the region to make buying secondhand trusted and convenient. This, in turn, will help to solve the meaningful problem of overconsumption with recommerce and thus make secondhand the first choice for consumers.” ~Lucas Ngoo, Co-founder, Carousell Group 

Overall, the study revealed that while Women’s Fashion has held a steady position at the top category for secondhand items on Carousell Philippines, Men’s Fashion and Hobbies & Toys climbed the charts in 2020 to be in second and third place respectively. T-Shirts & Polo Shirts saw the most interest for Men’s Fashion, while the demand for Children’s Books was the highest in Hobbies & Toys. The top categories for supply are similar, with secondhand cars breaking out into third place. Listing views for used cars rose by 37% during the pandemic.

The Carousell Recommerce Index (2021 Report) is available for download here..

About Carousell Group 
Carousell Group is the leading classifieds group in Greater Southeast Asia on a mission to inspire the world to start selling, and to make secondhand the first choice. Founded in August 2012 in Singapore, the Group has a leading presence in eight markets under the brands Carousell,, Cho Tot, OneKyat and Ox Street, serving tens of millions of monthly active users. Carousell is backed by leading investors including Telenor Group, Rakuten Ventures, Naver, STIC Investments and Sequoia Capital India. Visit here for more information.

Friday, December 17, 2021

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year – Ender! Achievements, and Future Projects!

"The pandemic created this shift to digital, which we now refer to as the “new digital normal”. We changed the way we live, the way we travel, the way we interact with one another, and basically we've changed forever in terms of how we transact in the financial sector. But even before the pandemic, UnionBank already had this forward-looking view that digital is the way for us to move forward, and when the pandemic hit, not only did we survive, but I'm happy to say that the Bank actually thrived," ~Henry Aguda, UnionBank Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, and Chief Transformation Officer
UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

In celebration of its numerous accomplishments and milestones this past year, and to give a small preview of what its customers can expect in 2022, Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) held another iteration of its long-running virtual media roundtable series E-TalkTales last December 15. In celebration of its numerous accomplishments and milestones this past year, and to give a small preview of what its customers can expect in 2022.

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

Arvie de Vera, Co-Founder and CEO of UnionBank's digital-native banking arm UnionDigital, and Henry Aguda, UnionBank Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, and Chief Transformation Officer

During the virtual event, UnionBank Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, and Chief Transformation Officer Henry Aguda talked about some of the Bank's achievements for the year, while the Co-Founder and CEO of UnionBank's digital-native banking arm UnionDigital, Arvie de Vera, talked about the role that the newly formed digital bank will play in UnionBank's digital transformation journey going forward.

Henry Aguda, UnionBank Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Technology and Operations Officer, and Chief Transformation Officer.

Aguda began the discussion by recounting how UnionBank's digital transformation journey has enabled it to brave 2020 and the equally challenging 2021. 

Aguda, then highlighted the top 10 most notable achievements of UnionBank in 2021. These include being the only publicly listed Philippine bank to be granted a license to operate a digital-native bank; the successful groundbreaking of the UnionBank Innovation Campus, the country's first-ever learning institution focused on digital innovation; and having 21 patents for its innovative offers already approved and 18 more on the way. 

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

Other notable achievements include the integration of Instapay 2.0 into its digital banking platform; the successful launch of the UnionBank SME Banking App; the launch of wealth management educational campaigns including the NextGen Academy; significant user growths for UBX’s platforms SeekCap, Bux, and Sentro; and the significant increase in its customer base to almost 10 million to date, from just nearly 7 million as of end-2020.

Meanwhile, de Vera provided a quick introduction to UnionDigital. UnionDigital is one of only six financial institutions in the Philippines that have officially been granted digital banking licenses by the Bangko Central ng Pilipinas to date. 

Arvie de Vera, Co-Founder and CEO of UnionBank's digital-native banking arm UnionDigital

"While UnionDigital aims to empower the country's digital economy, we also aim to elevate it by bringing trust and governance into the space. We embrace innovation like a fintech, but offer all the powers, experience, and track record of a fully regulated bank. At the heart of our work will always be the desire to provide our customers with what they want and what they need, while ensuring that they have what they need in terms of security, compliance with regulation, and proper governance.” ~Arvie de Vera, Co-Founder and CEO of UnionBank's digital-native banking arm UnionDigital

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

As UnionBank's digital banking arm, UnionDigital will focus on delivering banking and financial services to underserved sectors which the parent bank is not able to optimally cater to. 

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

In terms of what customers can expect from the Bank and its subsidiaries in 2022, some of the things that Aguda and de Vera gave a sneak preview of were the Bank's possible foray into non-fungible tokens (NFTs), several new solutions aimed at helping workers in the thriving gig economy through EON, and participating in the growing interest and opportunities relating to the metaverse, just to name a few. 

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

"UnionBank’s goal is not just to help people survive, but to actually enable them to thrive in this new environment through the latest financial technologies; staying true to our commitment to “Tech-up Pilipinas! I hope you are as eager as I am to welcome 2022. What I can promise you is that what you heard today is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s a lot more exciting news you can look forward to from UnionBank." ~Albert Cuadrante, UnionBank Chief Marketing Officer

Albert Cuadrante, UnionBank Chief Marketing Officer

UnionBank of the Philippines (UnionBank) 13th E-Talk Tales & 2021 Year!

UnionBank Chief Marketing Officer Albert Cuadrante capped off the event with a promise that the Bank will continue to do even better in 2022 in terms of delivering great customer experience across channels and platforms.