WikiPangako keeps track of politicos’ promises
Ernest Calayag, founder of WIkiPangako


Promises. Promises. And more promises.

Now, it seems giving endless promises has become the norm – and the bane – of the Philippine political spectrum, especially during elections.

Every three years, and sometimes even before that, politicians from the municipal to the national level try to woo and win over voters by promising them jobs, electricity, water, housing — nearly everything under the sun that they can think of.

However, what happens after the elections is a different story. All too often, Filipinos have long complained, winning politicians would either forget, or worse, deliberately renege on…

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App-based Delivery Services

Dennis Ng, Mober's founder.

If there’s one thing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines need to improve on, it’s how they manage their logistics – specifically, how to effectively deliver their products to their customers.

If delivery systems can just be a piece of cake for large multi-million companies, for small- and medium-type businesses it can practically result into a nightmare. Just owning and maintaining a delivery vehicle can eat up into your budget, and there remains the problem of monitoring your goods to ensure that it goes to their rightful destination.

No worries, however. There’s an answer…

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“Hero” in Online Travel

Traveling around the Philippines – especially by land – can be irresistibly appealing. But then it could also be a hassle, especially during holiday seasons such as Christmas or Holy Week, where bus passengers going to the provinces are faced with the nightmare of having to wait long lines, sometimes becoming “chance passengers” due to fully-booked trips. That’s certainly not a good starter for that dream adventure you’ve been waiting for.

Travel start-up Biyaheroes.com wants to erase that nightmarish scene – in their own words, by starting a “travel revolution” through making public transport better and more efficient for everyone.…

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From “gut feeling” to international start-up

All budding start-up creators know that investment – in short, money – is a vital component of their success as a venture. Yes, the idea may be good; yes, it can be marketed, but the real test is in the crucial funding – which is where incubation companies such as IdeaSpace Philippines play a vital role.

However, XS Multimedia, headed by Chris Egan Roxas, tells a different tale. Through hard work and guts, he managed to raise his company from a simple freelance venture into an international company in less than five years – and without having the usual ‘angel…

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Digital solutions for

Mikko Perez, Ayannah's founder and CEO.

Online banking has certainly revolutionized the way Filipinos manage their finances.

But what about the so-called "unbanked" sector – the 15% of Filipinos who still don't have even a basic bank account, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas?

That's where digital commerce and payment startup Ayannahsteps into the picture. With a clear vision of serving "unbanked" Filipinos, Ayannah currently offers a host of digital services especially directed for the unbanked "to spur financial inclusion and literacy and give access to products and services that improve quality of life," as the company website vows.…

Read more: Digital solutions for "Unbanked" Filipinos

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