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    AYO 2022: The future of original Filipino creative content

    AYO 2022, envisioned to be the Philippines’ First Original Content Market by 2024, is a four-day event which will be held on October 7 & 8 (hybrid) and October 14 & 15 (online).

    J&J continues to create a healthier future of Filipinos through its ‘Drivers of Innovation’

    To fulfill its duty of making care available to all, one of Johnson & Johnson Philippines’ key pillars is its partnership with those on the frontline whom they consider as ‘Drivers of Innovation.’

    Revel in the beauty of Grand Seiko & Seiko watches at new Power Plant Mall boutique

    Japanese watchmaker Seiko continues to make waves in the Philippine market as it launches its newest Seiko boutique at the Power Plant Mall in Makati City.

    Acer offers diabetic retinopathy AI-assisted diagnostic solution to local hospitals and clinics

    Acer announced the availability of VeriSee DR, an ophthalmic AI-assisted diagnostic solution for diabetic retinopathy (DR), to promote its early detection in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries.

    BTS’ “Yet To Come” reborn as Hyundai version for the Goal of the Century World Cup Campaign

    Hyundai Motor Company announced the release of Yet To Come (Hyundai Ver.) with BTS for the ‘Goal of the Century (GOTC)’ World Cup campaign song through streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music, along with a full music video on Hyundai’s official YouTube Channel. 

    SM Supermalls begins 100 Days of Happiness 

    To kickstart the Christmas countdown, SM Supermalls began its 100 Days of Happiness last September 16, where they aim to create a circle of happiness with 76 participating malls, shoppers, the marginalized communities of women, persons deprived of liberty, artisans, cause-oriented organizations, and select local government units.

    Rappit online grocery store promises more rewards for shopping, more efficient deliveries

    Rappit, a play on words combining “wrap it” and rapid, is hopping into Filipino households with more fun and exciting shopping experience plus greater rewards, and promising more efficient deliveries.

    How this otaku uses his passion to create content that people love

    Mark Andrei Quemado uses the username WeabOtaku PH, which is a combination of two words: weaboo and otaku. Weeaboo means a non-Japanese who has an intense interest in Japanese pop culture, while otaku usually refers to a hardcore anime fan or geek.

    My Dream in a Shoebox Year 14 supports Filipino children with education needs no matter the learning set-up

    TeamAsia—an integrated marketing experience agency—launches the 14th year of its annual education campaign, My Dream In A Shoebox (MDIAS) to support Filipino children with their educational needs, especially as they go back to onsite schooling.