Sunday, September 27, 2015
Halinat's Bumasa and ThinkBIT at Vigattin Radio of Radyo Inquirer
It's another techie Saturday with our very special guests at Vigattin Radio of Radyo Inquirer on September 26, 2015 as we discussed a remarkable app designed for 2 to 4 years old - the tender age when they are not yet still in school but are already appreciating words, images and sounds, and an IT (Inventory and Apps) and Digital Marketing Solutions ( Events and Websites) provider.
Our special guests were the founders of Halina't Bumasa namely husband and wife team Terry and Nico Tuason, and two of the founders of ThinkBIT namely Zennon Jean Gosalvez and Lord Christian Gosingtian.
Halina't Bumasa offers a fun children's app downloadable for $3 only starting with the Body Parts module that's available in four languages (English, Tagalog, Ilongo and Cebuano), but you get to have the other new releases like the upcoming Bahay Kubo for free.
ThinkBIT, with BIT being short for Business Information Technology, is a passionate group of friends who decided to form their own company to offer quality solutions for your IT and Digital Marketing needs. They also mentioned as an example an events management system that would greatly help events organizers deal with the huge information about attendees as they automate the tedious process with their solution.
Both companies are represented by young entrepreneurs who took the risk of setting up their own companies because they believe in the quality of their products and services. We were talking about what would happen if everyone just decided to build their own companies instead of working as an employee, and that remains arguable for many as well.
What exactly does one do if they have "world-changing idea(s)" that they would like to implement and share to the world, but has very little funds to begin with? Maybe Ideaspace can help you out by providing an initial push on funding?
For ThinkBIT, I sure hope they can also help me out to improve my website. I've been wanting to "professionalize" WazzupPilipinas.com and to apply SEO techniques that many say would greatly improve our reach.
But it just so happens I am not into those technicalities and just satisfied with expressing my "adventures" in life as a blogger, a radio anchor, and a family man.
However, I think the world deserves to know more about us so we can help more people, organizations, schools, companies, and individuals in this advocacy to become the Pambansang Blog ng Pilipinas - one that supports everything about the Philippines - the events, destinations, government programs, college and university events, Filipino achievers, etc.
Whatever help or assistance from anybody out there to achieve the noble goal is more than welcomed.
Vigattin Radio is not just a venue to promote your products and services, it is also an opportunity for entrepreneurs to meet up and collaborate with each other. I've witnessed many of our guests who have excelled already in their respective endeavors and have partnered with our other guests whom they met in the show.
This makes me very proud of our Vigattin Radio team because we are able to further connect like-minded individuals. Kudos to Elison and Arne Barcelo (they are not related, just with the same last name) for keeping this radio show up for the benefit of those in need of exposure.
WazzupPilipinas.com will also play a part in helping out these individuals who may soon become notable professionals in their respective fields.