Will you be spending your New Year’s Eve in Manila? You can certainly stay in your city residence and celebrate in your living room. Or you can also bid 2018 farewell by raising a toast at a classic New Year’s Eve countdown party. Check out these 9 celebrations around Metro Manila if you’re thinking of welcoming 2019 in style.
Have a planner or calendar for 2019 yet? Aside from official holidays and anniversaries, you’ll want to take note of the wave of trade fairs and exhibitions that next year will bring. These major events are important for most types of businesses, giving companies a great chance to connect with potential clients and future business partners. A good number of international expos will be taking place right here in Metro Manila and as early as now, you can take note of the dates of these events.
You’ve probably invested a lot in your upcoming corporate event. Your company might have even lost sleep while securing an amazing venue and handpicking speakers and sponsors. Wouldn’t it be great if you could also increase event publicity, perhaps by tapping Instagram?
You’ve decided that you’ll be staying in Manila for the holidays. Have you ever considered spending it outside of your home, though? Try making the most out of your Christmas break by checking into a fancy hotel!
You’ve secured your venue and finalized the event details. Now you’re wondering how you’ll manage potentially hundreds of guests, from invitation to registration. That doesn’t even account for the sponsors. You can’t go and email all of them one by one, right? Manual registration sheets won’t cut it on the day itself, either. You’ll need something that can help you take care of these particulars quickly and cleanly.
Hotels, malls, and households across the Philippines prepare for a month-end scarefest just as the chilly winds of Amihan roll in. There are so many Halloween-themed events this year that you might get dizzy deciding what to do. If you’re looking forward to a killer Halloween this 2018, here are 5 activities that’ll get your adrenaline pumping.
No matter where you are in the world, the locals are bound to have an occasion in honor of the dead. And just as Filipinos tiptoe around graves and share ghost stories around candlelight in cemeteries, our friends in other countries have their own unique practices, too. Here are a few All Souls’ Day traditions from different parts of the globe.
Business event management comes with many challenges, but you can tick one away by planning your budget right.
So how do you budget your finances?
September and October might not have official holidays in the Philippines, but Filipinos love Oktoberfest. This year the largest Oktoberfest 2018 parties will rock in Sta. Rosa Laguna, Makati, La Union, and Pasay.
More than 14 million Filipinos can speak in English. That’s one reason why the Philippines has been regarded as the top voice outsourcing destination in the world. Do you want to stand out by speaking better English?
There’s no easy way to do this perfectly. But below are some creative and fun tips that might help you speak English better without spending money on formal education.