Showing posts with label entrepreneurs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label entrepreneurs. Show all posts

Shopee sellers share the digital tools and features which help them thrive online

These Cebu entrepreneurs prove that digitizing their business is seamless with Shopee 

With its commitment to helping online businesses start, scale, and succeed, Shopee continuously innovates its platform to enable them to reach new customers and provide them with the tools needed in order to make their venture into e-commerce as seamless as possible– wherever they are in the Philippines.  

Driven by this goal, Shopee recently held the second iteration of the Shopee University Roadshow and Shopee Kumustahan in Mandaue City, Cebu—two events designed to support MSMEs through expert-led learning sessions, as well as discussions with Shopee sellers, who successfully grew their businesses on the platform. 

Shopee Invites Entrepreneurs to Join the First Shopee University Summit to Equip them for E-Commerce

Participants can learn from distinguished experts on the benefits of social media marketing, paid advertisements, live streaming, and more

Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, holds the inaugural Shopee University Summit with the theme, “Equipping MSMEs for E-Commerce,” to help budding entrepreneurs capture e-commerce opportunities. This May 27, 2021, industry leaders, successful online sellers, and top brands will share their knowledge and expertise to help online business owners utilize evolving digital tools to grow their businesses online.

Filipinos continue to favor e-commerce platforms, with 86% using mobile shopping apps each month. Therefore, brands, online sellers, and MSMEs need to utilize online platforms to reach more consumers and strengthen their presence in the digital landscape.

PLDT Home introduces KaAsenso Plans for home-based entrepreneurs

This video “Kaya Mo” empowers you to transform your business at home in the new normal

The pandemic has inevitably pushed micro, small, and medium enterprises to face unforeseen challenges that tested their resilience amid the changing business climate. But while some entrepreneurs have been forced to close shop, there are those who are constantly adapting, learning new ways to do business in the new normal, and recognizing the opportunities in the digital landscape.