Social enterprises have a sharp eye for business and a heart for community building. They had to change rapidly in the new normal while still staying true to their mission. Joji Pantoja from Coffee for Peace and Noli Mercader from Lola Sayong Ecosurf Camp share what they learned. You’ll also hear from Josef Cinco, a BPI Foundation Pagpupugay Scholar.
Businesses have pivoted and adapted to new ways to survive in the new normal, such as migrating to the digital space. In this episode, we spoke to Theresa Buenaflor, the owner of the local make-up and wellness brand Ellana Cosmetics, about lessons in resilience and innovation. We also spoke to GCash’s Chief Commercial Officer Fred Levy to talk about growth in the digital payment space.
Before the pandemic, e-commerce was already on the rise. But we still continued to head out to shop. Today we find ourselves clicking "add to cart" from the comfort of our homes. Who makes this happen for us? In this episode, we talk to a logistics expert who explains how the industry now plays a major role in our lives, and a mailroom manager who mobilized the distribution of relief goods to seven million Filipinos.
In this pandemic, healthcare professionals have been front and center in battling the coronavirus and saving lives. But what if you're not a doctor or a nurse - can you be a frontliner too? In this episode, we talk to a doctor and an unlikely frontliner who are paving the way for a better Philippines during the worst global health crisis of the century. This podcast is brought to you by BPI in partnership with PumaPodcast.