The most important challenges that the convention will address in order to move our country’s technological development forward:
The number of unbanked Filipino adults stood at 51.2 million in 2019, or 71% of total adult population.
Manila had the worst ranking among eight cities in Southeast Asia and 34 cities in in the Global Smart City Index 2020
The Philippines ranked 59th out of 79 countries in the 2020 Global Connectivity Index (GCI) report by Huawei Technologies.
Untapped potential for digital banking for overseas Filipinos; unexplored prosperity journey for global Pinoys.
Foreign brands are better at utilizing the tools of e-commerce, leaving many local brands behind.
Majority of businesses reopening would have an estimated 400,000+ workers fighting for space on public transports.
PH ranked 6th globally as a target of web threats in 2020.
Sustainable energy technologies to make up two-thirds of total power generation by 2040. Is the PH prepared?
Student learning is at risk of further disruption and even discontinuity, with over 400 private schools on the verge of closing down.
Digital adoption in the Philippines is still underdeveloped. Internet connectivity – the foundation of the digital economy – is limited in many rural areas, and/or relatively expensive and of weak quality.
Because of the rise of the mobile
phones and computers, the youth has
been engaged in various platforms for
gaming and esports. However, this is
socially still not widely acceptable as an
industry for growth
Filipinos still have the notion that
insurance is not a necessity
especially now in these special