Monday, May 6, 2013

Epson Treats Public To Next-Gen 3D and Interactive Experience


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Epson, the no. 1 projector maker in the world1, recently treated its customers to a next-generation 3D and Interactive experience through a 3-day exhibit at the SM North EDSA, Cyberzone.

The exhibit, dubbed as “Transform Your Vision - Unravel the Future”, featured a futuristic theme that reflects how Epson is leading the industry through its cutting-edge new projectors.

The exhibit kicked off with a message from Epson Philippines President/Country Manager Toshimitsu Tanaka, and a product presentation by Lyn Lizarondo, Epson’s Product Manager for Visual Imaging.

“Twelve consecutive years as the world’s no. 1 projector maker proves that Epson’s industry-leading technologies give our projectors an authoritative edge over competition,” says Tanaka. “As you can see, the 3D and interactive projector models launched today break barriers in performance, innovation, and functionality for a wide range of customers.” 

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Q1 Tourist Arrivals Bring “More Fun” With 1.27M Visitors

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First quarter visitor arrivals reached 1.27 million, a 10.76 percent growth from last year’s 1.15 million for the same period. This marks the second time that foreign tourist arrivals breached the one-million mark in the first quarter, setting the pace for the Department of Tourism to reach its 5.5 million arrival target for 2013. The first quarter performance accounts for 23 percent of the target arrivals for the year.

Korea remains the leading visitor market, which captured 25.83% of the total inbound traffic with 328,454 arrivals, followed by the United States with 186,065 or 14.63% of the overall visitor volume. The Japanese market contributed the third biggest arrivals with 114,269 or 8.99%. Rounding up the top five visitor markets for the first quarter are China with 98,242 and Taiwan with 53,867 visitors. The Korean market rose by 23.93%, the highest among the top five major markets.

Other key markets contributing significant volume of arrivals include Australia with 53,679; Singapore with 41,524; Canada with 38,486; Hongkong with 36,005; United Kingdom with 32,475; Malaysia with 27,212; and Germany with 22,491.

Boracay Establishments Heed The Call For Voluntary Redevelopment

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The Presidential Task Force composed of the Department of Tourism (DOT), Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR), and Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), in cooperation with the local government unit of Malay and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), lauds several DOT-accredited enterprises which have voluntarily cleaned the beach area fronting their establishments and cleared structures in support of the 25 plus 5 meter easement regulation in the island of Boracay.

The DOT Region VI office reported that among those which have complied are the Ambassador in Paradise and Seawind Beach Resort, both high-end resorts located at Brgy. Balabag. Ambassador in Paradise was the first resort to implement the clearing of the seawall built in front of the establishment that encroaches the easement. The clearing was made after the resort management attended the Consultation with the Business Cluster spearheaded by DOT Region VI last 17 January 2013, in which representatives of tourism establishments were advised to tear down the said structures to protect the area from further damage caused by sand erosions during south monsoon season. Other establishments located at Sitio Mangayad in Brgy. Balabag such as The Mandarin de Boracay Resort, Le Soleil de Boracay Beach Resort, Boracay Uptown, Chez de Paris Restaurant, and Nigi Nigi Nu Noos Resort also did their share by relocating fish bars and seafood display tables inside their respective establishments to allot space for the walkways.

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