A Business Plan

I need a to look for a supplier  that  offers a wide variety of goat meat products specifiically rack of goat. It needs to be something that for a business that I am planning. Goat meat is underrated and I am so sure that will satisfy  the demand for  the need to have more healthier food. Goat meat has a high protein, low fat and low cholesterol than any other meat of animals.I need a supplier that I can talk to and won’t give me the run around. I need someone who can easily guinde me in choosing the right goat meat products that you desire from the available cuts, body parts, and suggested recipes.
I am now talking to my cousin that will help design a nice logoi for the business that I have in mind. Of course it goes without saying that a website about goat meat and product lines will be next.

The site will also have an abundant page for the products suggested recipes which you can execute in a step-by-step manner. Registration is required to track securely your order history and all client details are confidential and intact into the merchant’s data base. I’m excited about this new venture I want this to be a fun and healthy way of living.

 

Alyana Showing in UP Diliman July 16, 2011

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Due to popular demand of college students to know more about autism, ASP National Office, with ASP Quezon City Chapters, in partnership with the University of the Philippines Special Education Council, will be showing the film “Alyana – A Study ofAutism in the Philippines” on July 16, 2011 at the Benitez Theater, College of Education, UP Diliman, Quezon City. Continue reading »

DPWH taps SPi Global to operate government’s first outsourced call center


DPWH taps SPi Global to operate government’s first outsourced call center

The Department of Public Works and Highways is the first government agency to outsource its call center operations by tapping SPi Global, the country’s biggest Filipino-owned BPO company, to operate and manage its hotline “165-02”. This project was launched during the agency’s 113th anniversary celebration held today at its Central Office in Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila. Continue reading »

COCA-COLA & WWF UNITE TO UNVEIL 1ST PLANT BILLBOARD IN RP


Coca-Cola Philippines and World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines (WWF) today unveiled the first plant billboard in the country, an iconic structure to represent the long-standing partnership between the two organizations to make a positive difference in the environment. I have seen it and I was in awe because I never thought I’d something like this happen. Continue reading »

July 9 Behavior Management Workshop

This seminar-workshop will help participants understand why autistic behaviors occur, learn strategies in dealing with difficult behaviors associated with autism, and be introduced to the early programs for young children with autism.
Ms. Rosalyn Marie G. Sorongon earned her BS Psychology degree from Assumption College, Makati. She has a Master’s Degree in Education major in Special Education from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She conducts general orientation and management of developmental disabilities for parents, caregivers and professionals. She also conducts training on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and its management in the home setting. A former School Director of the Center of Autism and Related Disorders (CARD).


Ms. Rizalinda Cansanay is the President of ASP Laguna Chapter and past Director of the Autism Resource Center of Los Baños. She was a former Principal and SPED Teacher at the Cahbriba Autism Center in Los Baños. Teacher Riza, as she is more fondly called, earned her Master’s Degree in Education with a major in Special Education from the University of the Philippines-Diliman. Her almost 20 years experience in special education and 26 years as a parent to Michael, an adult with autism, have equipped her with the expertise in the subject matter.

Venue: Asian Social Institute AVR Room #1518 Leon Guinto Corner Escoda Sts., Malate, Manila

SEMINAR FEE is inclusive of certificate, handouts and two (2) snacks

Time: 9AM -4PM

Single Seminar

Pre-reg. *until July 6

Member 800.00

Non-Member 1, 000.00

On-site Reg.

Member 1, 00.00

Non-Member 1, 200.00

Pre-registered participants may pay to Autism Society Philippines, Metro Bank, Kamias Branch Account # 047-3-04751874-2. Please fax the deposit slip with the name/s of participant/s to ASP office and bring it on the day of the seminar. On-site registrants will be accepted depending on the availability of slots. There will only be 50 slots available. No refund will be given to participants who did not showup on the date of the seminar. For more details, please call ASP at9266941/9298447.

The ASP Seminar Series serves as a platform to educate Filipino parents and professionals on the various interventions, modalities and theories surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder. Their application and implementation are left at your discretion. The views and personal experiences of the speakers are of their own and don’t necessarily reflect that of the views of the organization.


Sharing HOPES…Building DREAMS http://www.autismsocietyph.org

 

Great Products with The Best Branding

A few days back, one of my friends was browsing the Internet in search for online stores that offer promotional items. She has just recently established her very own small business and is planning to come up with some promos along with some promotional items to make a buzz about it and to hopefully promote her brand spanking new company out into the world.

According to my friend she is looking for a suitable supplier of promotional materials such as ballpoint and clip pens, umbrellas and notebooks which are the standard items usually given away by companies as souvenirs or giveaway. She was surprised to see so much more products available online and is planning to purchase some of them, too.

These cool items include: t-shirts with logo. promotional t-shirts, tape measure, eco recycled retractable ballpoint pen, a duffel bag or an insulated 6 pack cooler bag. She might also include keychain and reusable shopping bags to her orders.  To make these items personalized, she will have her company logo etched on each item. She might even add her contact details, including her website and telephone numbers.

I guess it will be a cool and easy way to get your company and products recognized with the aid of these personalized promotional materials. Imagine all the free advertising you will be getting, right? I bet it will be a lot economical and practical compared to paying ad agency to put up ads for you on television and in the papers.

 

Why I’m Wary of Hospitals

I’m usually wary of hospital because I don’t like the smell. It smells so sanitized and too clean.  Here’s other things that I don’t like about hospitals:

  • I’m wary of  sleeping in the hospital bed because I keep thinking how many people died in this bed.
  • In some hospitals those people in scrubs uniforms tend to be snotty and lacking in bedside manners.
  • The medical technologists who wear lab coat and take your blood need to re-train. They don’t care that you are in pain they just take the blood.
  • Hospital food is improving but the presentation needs to be updated
  • The scrub uniforms colors need to change. It needs to be updated.
  • Nurses need to take refresher courses too.If they cant go to school then  bsn online courses are a great alternative. 

Raising of the Grand Chapiteau

It’s all systems for the biggest circus act in town-the spectacular Varekai,to be performed by the world-renowned Cirque du Soleil.
As a signal to the arrival of Varekai, the blue and yellow Grand Chapiteau,the venue for the show, was raised in front of the Quirino
Grandstand.

The raising of the Grand Chapiteau was witnessed led by (L-R) Manila Hotel’s AVP for PR and Corporate Communications Nian Rigor; NPDC Dir. Juliet Villegas; Hoopla’s Chairman Vicente Cheng; Canadian Ambassador Christopher Thornely; Varekai’s Company Manager Robert Mckenzie; Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim; Manila Hotel’s Exec. Vice-President Enrique Y. Yap, Jr.; BDO’s Senior Vice-President for Branch Banking Group Gerry Diaz; Sun Life Financial Communications Chief Operating Officer Naresh Krishnan

A Turtle

 

Philbert and I went to Apo Island during our getaway and we met Claus and his lady friend Rita. Claus is Dutch but is currently based in New Zealand they were a nice couple and Claus was even talking about his phone that he loved so much the htc smart phone. The conversation came to a halt when we had to jump off the boat so we can snorkel.  Philbert then found the turtle and immediately snapped a photo. Amazing!!!