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Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Plastic Smart Cities bootcamp Sprints kick off after selecting participating impact enterprises


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After undergoing a 60-day challenge to achieve milestones, five enterprises presented their accomplishments, challenges, learnings, and next steps to a selection panel last May 31. Panelists from xchange, Villgro Philippines, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines, The Incubation Network, and makesense assessed the entrepreneurs’ progress, learning agility, entrepreneurial mindset, and commitment to determine which of the entrepreneurs would go through to the Sprints stage of bootcamp.

We are proud to announce that all five enterprises Ato Ani Biopack, AUDEO, Cloop, Nanolabs, and Salin PH will continue on for the next three months until August 2021. Ato Ani Biopack is developing packaging made from agricultural waste to replace single-use plastic packaging. AUDEO is creating a trading ecosystem for sustainable community projects, anchored on an ecobrick that is earth-friendly and budget-friendly. Cloop transforms and upcycles plastic waste into high value home and garden items. Nanolabs is a nanotechnology enterprise that is developing various nanotechnology applications with the use of plastic waste. Salin PH aims to reduce packaging waste by offering accessible and fair-priced refills for everyday products and providing SMEs with an easy to adopt system to transition to sustainable packaging materials. The founders and entrepreneurs that will go through the Sprints stage of bootcamp are Maria Wilvenna Anora of Ato Ani Biopack, Danielle Ralleca and Michael Garcia of AUDEO, Ric Alendayu and Alexis Glenn Espina of Cloop. Ryan Corpuz of Nanolabs, and Krishia Ellis, Donna Formalejo, and JM Dumdum of Salin PH.

According to Danielle Ralleca about the 60 Day Challenge, “Being a part of the xchange bootcamp has been a game changer for us. In the past 60 days we laid out a set plan with them, which has allowed us to rethink our business model and identify key factors we were unable to see before.” And from Ric Alindayu about the Sprints phase “We at Cloop are very honored to be part of the Sprint stage of the bootcamp. It has been a very meaningful 60 days and we can’t wait to achieve more in the next 90 days.”

The Sprints consist of 9 modules on innovation, systems thinking, the entrepreneurial mindset, strategy, marketing and communications, stakeholder management, behavioral change, the circular economy, gender, diversity, and inclusivity, the basics of doing business in the Philippines, finance and accounting, and designing a pilot. In addition to the masterclasses and workshops, each Sprint will have an ecosystem event. The first one was held on 8 June 2021. It was a webinar on An Ecosystem Approach to Solving for Plastic Waste - Perspectives from government, NGO, funding, and corporate sectors. The webinar brought different stakeholders together to start a conversation on what it will take to end plastic pollution. The speakers highlighted the different levers to address the plastic waste problem to spark ideas, questions, and actions around collaborating with other sectors.

Seeing the difference between two kinds of leaders

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"VP Leni" and "Duterte" are both trending, but... 

One is trending in the Philippines, is given due respect & credit to her position attached to her name & has less but mostly positive tweets

While the other is trending in Politics w/ only his surname & has more negative tweets.

It's a carrot and stick approach to solving vaccine hesitancy. VP Leni's carrot - inducing tricycle drivers to get vaccinated with free gas - easily beats Duterte's stick - threatening to arrest them and forcibly inject them. 

The difference of two leaders. VP Leni implements better ways to encourage more people to get the vaccine. And the other who only knows violence and to threaten. 

The opposite of Duterte's order to arrest people who refuse to be vaccinated at "saksakan ng bakuna sa pwet" is this positive approach of VP Leni. Sana naman alam na ng mga Pilipino kung ano ang tama at mali!

Personally, VP Leni Robredo and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno's partnership shows what politicians can do if they unite for the people.

I love how VP Leni is using all these trapos as floor mats and stepping on them to actually be able to help people.

TBH, sana i-ditch na 'yung branding na "opposition"—antagonistic at divisive. Mas magandang branding 'yung unity for the people.

Strategies and innovative ideas are different from threat and force, these in facts shows how VP Leni is able to manage critics and the COVID situation.

VP Leni set the bar so high. Definitely going to be so hard for the next VP to surpass what she has done & still doing to help us. Her motivations, ideas are always on point. 

She is the only VP in history who does not believe that she's only a SPARE TIRE. Walk the Talk. LEADER! While the other one is all badmouthing and threatening the people with force. That is the opposite of a leader.

Reminder lang: VP Leni isnt required by the Constitution to do anything except take over the presidency in case of Du30’s death, disability or resignation

So essentially, everything she does outside this function is already above and beyond her mandate.

VP Leni’s strength is not in her words. She is not a weakling just because she doesn’t go low.

Cussing is not strength.

VP Leni’s strength lies in her spine of steel. She stays upright despite everything thrown at her. She consistently sticks to who she is: A LEADER THAT CARES.

People like me want her to run. Hell, I want her to tell us na nga if she’s up for another fight with the monsters so I can fight with her, too. Satru, andami dapat ayusin. Even pera. Hindi naman kase biro ang kalaban. Puro aswang eh.

But it’s her call and we have to respect it.

Para ba siyang si Trese?  Tahimik, monotonous magsalita pero pag lumaban patay ang mga aswang.

Andaming aswang na kakalabanin ng tapat na lider. Anlala ng kasamaang pinalaganap ng kasalukuyang pinuno eh.

Kaway kaway doon sa mga opposition na ayaw kay VP kasi she seems "too nice". Time to let go of your patriarchal views of toughness and primacy on machismo. VP Leni is one tough cookie who has not crumbled despite all the shit thrown at her by this admin and her own "allies".

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Your Favorite Superbook SuperGifts are Now Available on Shopee and Lazada!

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SuperNews for all Superbook fans!

Wondering where to get awesome Superbook merch? Your favorite Superbook goodies are now just a few clicks away on SuperGifts PH – the official distributor of Superbook items on Shopee and Lazada.

You can now get your hands on Superbook’s original DVD collection, coloring books, devotionals, bags, hoodies, and novelty items. You can also send them as gifts to your family and friends! Just visit SuperGifts PH on Shopee or Lazada and check out your desired goodies.

According to CBN Asia’s Chief Operating Officer John Valdes Tan, the faith-based organization has made SuperGifts available on the two e-commerce giants as they are now the “go-to” places for online shoppers. Likewise, the platforms open an opportunity for Superbook fans to support the ministry.

“It is now easier for Superbook fans to avail of merchandise and support the ministry. We are also excited to announce that we are producing exclusive Superbook merchandise that will only be available on the SuperGifts PH online store,” Tan said.

So whether you want to grow in faith, send encouraging gifts to your loved ones, or share God’s love to Filipino children by supporting Superbook, SuperGifts PH is your one-stop shop!

Visit SuperGifts PH on Shopee and Lazada and add your favorite Superbook items to your cart. For more information, contact (02) 8663-4700 or 0998-555-3577.
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