Showing posts from April, 2020

Shopee resumes full operations and nationwide fulfillment for all goods

MANILA, April 30, 2020 - Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, announced today that it will resume full operations and fulfillment of all orders nationwide -- including non-essential goods like beauty products, fashion, and many more. Cash on Delivery will also be available for all items.  Martin Yu , Associate Director of Shopee Philippines, said: “We’re glad to announce that Shopee will be resuming full operations and nationwide fulfillment for all goods and services. Aside from essential goods, our Filipino users can now have access to non-essential goods from different categories like fashion, beauty, and many more. We are also working closely with our brands, sellers, and partners to ensure that we continue to provide our users with greater convenience and value during this period and beyond Covid-19.” Shopee will also continue to serve its users with their essential needs with the recently launched 5.5 Shopee Mart Sale . Running unt

The Spirit of Bayanihan amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic

Calligraphy writing by Mommy Icel Ragudo “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” - Helen Keller Brand Buzz PH A mom’s search for a homeless, hungry lolo turns into a huge feeding program When a community of mommy bloggers came together to feed disadvantaged families in Tondo , little did they know that their project would turn into a huge food assistance program for hundreds of frontliners fighting COVID-19 . The Photo that Started It All It was the first week of ECQ when Clara Alegria “Gie” Ramos , a PR and influencer management professional and founder of BrandBuzz PH, saw a video of an elderly man who said, “mauuna pa kami mamatay sa gutom bago kami mamatay sa virus.” The photo that started it all. That image prompted Gie to send a message to her community of mommy bloggers , asking for any leads on how to help him. Eventually they found out that the man was originally staying at Roxas Boulevard and moved to the Delpan