As parents, nothing makes you happier than wonderful and magical bonding moments with your child. That quality time you spend with them and seeing them have the time of their lives with you, go a long way in bringing you closer together—especially when their favorite treat is around, too.

Hanabishi Appliances will open its first flagship store in top online shopping app Lazada this coming October 24, 2020. To celebrate the launch, it will be treating its customers to a 20% discount on its small appliances and 10% discount on its big appliances.

The pandemic has left many Filipinos with a lot of difficulties to deal with, and the last thing they need is to be stranded on the road due to car problems. AXA Philippines, one of the country’s leading insurance providers, is here to help ease the stress and worries of commuters with the Emma by

In celebration of National Teachers’ Month and in time for the schools opening for SY 2020-2021, McDonald’s transformed 221 of its stores’ party areas into a work-friendly McClassroom from October 9-23, 2020 for teachers to use for free – a fitting and innovative way to help teachers as they shift to distance learning.

Filipinos can now conveniently add money to their PayMaya accounts at the nearest Ministop store, making going cashless much easier in the New Normal. Through an expanded partnership between digital financial services leader PayMaya Philippines and the popular convenience store chain, customers can now avail of this Add Money service at more than half of Ministop stores and by end of the year, in all of its over 500

If there’s one thing that’s true about the new normal, it’s that everyone needs to stick together to get through this. Standing as one and our malasakit needs to shine the most through these trying times. It’s great to see that we encounter stories of our kababayans uplifting each other up with supporting local and

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed many aspects of life and impacted numerous businesses all over the world. As everyone adjusts to the new normal, businesses that manage to survive are those that are quick to pivot and identify concepts that help them adapt to the environment. For two Solane LPG dealers, consistency is the key to sustain a business badly hit by the global

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies to cut back or lay off majority of their workforce in order to survive the global health and financial crisis. But three companies based in the Philippines went against the odds and remained proactive: they hired more people, extended operational hours and kept regular client visits to keep

People have been strictly observing hygiene practices and social distancing as their first line of defense against COVID-19. However, there is more you can you do to protect yourself and your family against the threat of this pandemic, especially with hospitalizations, lab tests, medicines, and the financial impact that these can make.

Caught in the crossfire between Maute rebels and government forces, Butig National High School in Lanao del Sur turned into a battleground four years ago, leaving in shambles what had been the only computer school in the province. Not until PLDT came in, to help rebuild it. Four years on, Butig National High School is back