A strong advocate of quality education, Globe Business reaffirmed its support for the digital adoption of higher educational institutions and MSMEs at this year’s Inclusive Innovation Conference of the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) Competitiveness and Innovation Group.
The two-day annual conference held at Batangas State University gathered university and college leaders, industry executives and start-up stakeholders. They identified and discussed the types of innovation needed to drive economic progress and competence in a 21st-century global economy through a mix of plenary sessions, keynote speeches, panel discussions and high-level presentations.
The impact of technology in Philippine education
Supporting the event, Globe Business put the spotlight on the critical need to reimagine technology’s critical work in Philippine education and make learning more accessible to all Filipinos.
“Globe Business has always been at the forefront of promoting 21st century learning, believing it is the best source of hope for our country’s future. As part of our mission to uplift Filipinos’ lives, we are using digital technology to make education readily available to more people and also make the pursuit of learning a resilient one, so that Filipinos can continue to learn and progress even in challenging circumstances,” said Marinella Suyat, Partnerships Manager for Globe Business MSME Group.
“Tuloy ang Edukasyon, Tuloy ang Pag-asa,” a Globe advocacy campaign centered on the idea that education is the key to a better future was introduced to the higher education leaders who joined the event
Globe continues to support the education sector’s journey towards digitalization and create more spaces for learning for every Filipino through its wide array of innovative learning tools and digital solutions as this coming school year marks a new chapter of learning for Filipinos.
Leveraging Globe Business’ digital solutions to drive business growth
Globe Business also showcased its wide range of business and connectivity solutions for MSMEs at the conference, including ChatGenie–Globe Business’ newly launched addition to its roster of digital solutions that help businesses reach customers swiftly and effectively on Facebook, Instagram, Viber, GCash, and other social media apps. The app is also part of DTI’s Global Acceleration Program, which is the first government program designed to help Philippine startups expand to international markets.
As the industry moves toward digital transformation, Globe Business recognizes the importance of making reliable technology attainable even to the smallest of players to help bridge market gaps and make their products easily accessible to customers; allowing them to generate new growth opportunities, noted Globe Business ICT Portfolio Marketing Director Anne Leonardo.
A trusted partner of every MSME, Globe Business empowers Filipino entrepreneurs to build their business better and stronger with reliable connectivity and innovative digital solutions, including products, platforms, and learning programs.
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Missed the event? Watch the replay and gain insights at DTI Competitiveness Bureau’s Facebook page.