Globe myBusiness brought an SME caravan to Batangas City to showcase latest business solutions, tools and techniques for entrepreneurs amid the digital revolution
I believe entrepreneurs should be given the support by the government and private sector. “Entrepreneurs are frequently thought of as national assets to be cultivated, motivated and remunerated to the greatest possible extent.” I am happy to see private sector like Globe giving such support through their Globe myBusiness Day in Batangas
Over 300 existing and aspiring entrepreneurs gathered at the SM City Batangas Activity Center to learn the ropes of entrepreneurship in the digital age. Globe myBusiness held its 3rd Globe myBusiness Day in Batangas Cityto bring one of the country’s much-awaited ground fairs for existing and aspiring SMEs to help them learn the ropes of entrepreneurship in the digital age.
Now on its 3rd installment in Batangas with previous roll-outs in Cauayan, Isabela and Davao City, the Globe myBusiness Day caravan is a one-stop exhibit for entrepreneurs, allowing SMEs to explore new business opportunities, find new ways to increase their revenues, discover new solutions to stay competitive in the digital age, meet and be inspired by successful entrepreneurs and get great deals from suppliers to save on costs through showcase of the latest digital solutions, insightful speaker discussions, and interactive display of booths from participating SMEs.
RJ Ledesma, co-founder of Mercato Centrale Food Market and Anthony Pangilinan, Chairman of Chief Disturber of Businessworks, Inc. shared tips and tricks to help make businesses better.
“With Globe myBusiness, anyone can be a businessman, especially in a highly-digital world,” shares Globe myBusiness vice president Barbie Dapul. “And through our institutionalized Globe myBusiness Day caravans, we are helping entrepreneurs discover new ways of doing business to stay competitive in the digital age through our portfolio of solutions, interesting talks and sharing of best practices, and wide array of business investment opportunities from partner suppliers, franchisors and loan facilities.”
“Batangas is one of the country’s biggest SME hubs and we recognize the big contributions that SMEs give to drive growth in our economy, that’s why we are very excited to bring Globe myBusiness Day in Batangas to reach out to the SME communities there and help make their enterprises grow, succeed, and become globally-competitive,” she added.
At the Globe myBusiness Day, Globe myBusiness showcased its portfolio of digital solutions such as the Globe myBusiness Tracker, a do-it-yourself portable GPS Tracking solution that enables users to monitor the real-time location of their vehicles even without the need of device installation. With the Globe myBusiness Tracker, users can improve delivery planning, do real-time monitoring and live tracking, improve driving habits and save unnecessary costs. The Globe myBusiness Tracker is available at Plan 699 with 24-months lock-up period in Globe stores nationwide.
SMEs can also avail of Shopify, an e-Commerce platform that allows anyone to open their own online store in minutes. It is one of the solutions that will help SMEs to simplify and professionalize their business operations for as low as P659 a month.
Aside from Shopify, Globe myBusiness also offers myShopkeeper, a cloud-based sales and inventory tracking solution; Google Apps for Work, which provides businesses with custom email address; Canvas for digital business forms and receipts; and Globe Charge, a mobile card reader attached to a smartphone which allows entrepreneurs to accept credit card payments even when they are on-the-go.