Sun Life Asset Management Company, Inc. (SLAMCI) is ringing in the Year of the Fire Monkey with a new offering that will help Filipinos conveniently grow their money: the Sun Life Prosperity Card. The first of its kind in the market, the Sun Life Prosperity Card is a gift card worth P5,000 which may be invested in any of the peso-denominated mutual funds managed by SLAMCI under its Sun Life Prosperity Funds.
Get your wallets ready because the Super September Sale is here! Shop anything from Lazada Philippines — the one stop shopping and selling destination in the country — from September 8 to 10, 2015, and avail of up to 80% off discount on varying products from different categories. You can shop for anything, from laptops, speakers, mobile devices, bags, and even to your baby’s feeding equipment.
Cetaphil, the world’s #1 dermatologist-recommended skin care brand, has announced the launch of its latest campaign, focused on giving women the opportunity to improve their skin confidence.
Cetaphil Experience is a social media campaign that gives a platform for women to express what skin confidence means to them. The campaign aims to give women a chance to celebrate and see how they can enjoy themselves and learn from the experts on how to balance the day-to-day demands on their skin.
Charitable promise by start up company “Cutey Bags” to donate 10% of first year profits to breast cancer charity.
A new line of luxury leather handbags has launched with Love at the core of its brand. Brand “Cutey” has launched a designer line of bags made from the highest quality, ethically sourced Italian leather available.
Affected personally by illness in the family, breast cancer is something that founders Chris & Ashley can closely relate too. There fore they have pledged to donate a 10% of all year one profits to Breast Cancer UK to help support their efforts. They are simply going bags for breasts!
Cutey is small UK based Artisan Company. Since launching on Valentine’s Day 2013 Cutey has gone from strength to strength booming in popularity, amassing over 400,000 followers on Twitter, and 15,000 fans on Facebook.
Filipinos are taking over the online shopping scene in Asia! According to an online consumption study conducted by Nielsen, Filipinos are among Asia-Pacific’s most active online shoppers.
That’s not all there is to know about online shopping in the Philippines. Filipinos are reportedly the most savvy at filling up their virtual shopping carts, as 72% of Filipinos use the Internet for product research – bagging the title of being the most active bargain-seekers in Asia, what with the exponentially increasing Internet penetration in the country.
Lazada, the #1 e-commerce site in the Philippines is geared to handle the demand for making products easilyv available. It recently acquired a 6000-square-meter warehouse facility that processes orders as efficiently as possible.