Last March 5, we recognized thirty-nine (39) websites as winners of the DigitalFilipino Web Awards 2014. They were recognized at the Amphitheater of Ateneo Graduate of School of Business, Rockwell Drive, Makati City. Check out the photos taken last March 5, 2014. Most winners gave a 5-minute presentation discussing their website covering what they did… Read more »
Around seven years ago, it is hard to identify an honest, competitive, and legitimate web hosting company. While most local Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer web hosting services, a big bulk of Philippine web sites are hosted in the US for reasons such as downloading speed, affordable rates, availability of software and tools, among other things.
Nevertheless, the web hosting business has become competitive. If you’re planning to put
There are so many ways on how entrepreneurs can accept payments online. The mechanics are becoming much more friendly and there’s certainly one that can suit your needs.
1. Cash – payment is given in person, either before or upon delivery of product or service.
2. Bank deposit / Debit – payment is deposited to the merchant’s bank account, deducted from the buyer’s account. Afterwards, the product or
As the Internet in the Philippines turned 19 years old this year, I think we have gone a long way and grew so much. But am also sad that we don’t have enough data gathering process and tools in place to accurately measure it. In the last Manila E-Commerce Summit February 2013, Donald Lim shared… Read more »
E-commerce is the exchange of information or transactions using any form of electronic communication. With the Philippine E-Commerce Law (Republic Act 8792), it covers both commercial and non-commercial transaction.
People who are reluctant with e-commerce often reason that they have no interest in using it. But actually, we’ve been practically doing e-commerce since the emergence of computers and telecommunication technologies. It even became more prevalent as fax machines
Having a clear vision, passion, management, advisors, plan, focus, financial model, and scale are the primary components that a start-up must have in order to make it attractive to investors. Richard Eldridge, CEO of Lenddo, emphasized this at the 4th DigitalFilipino E-Commerce Summit Manila. Lenddo helps Filipinos who don’t have a credit score get access… Read more »