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Award-Winning PH Startup Surveys Land Using Drones

SkyEye offers a real solution to the problem of land surveying and titling

Determining the exact value of a piece of land used to be a long and difficult process. Just auditing it can be tasking and consumes the time and energy of landowners and investors. But where some people see challenges, others see opportunities.This ...

by Nicai de Guzman  | March 25, 2017 11:00:00
News and Events

And the most admired tech founder is... Elon Musk

The man who can take us to Mars tops the new survey from CB Insights

What are the traits you respect most in a leader?Whether it’s a composed demeanor, an understanding of human nature, integrity or a laser-focus on setting and achieving goals, there are many effective ways to lead and inspire trust and confidence.Last month, CB ...

by Nina Zipkin  | December 02, 2016 12:00:00
News and Events

Technopreneurship grants to be given to 1000 plus students

JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Bayan Academy will also train teachers

Over 1,000 students interested in training for technical and vocational courses will be covered by a JPMorgan Chase & Co. program that will immerse them in STEM skills development, particularly on IT, welding and construction.The program called Entrepreneurship Education for Community Development, ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | August 24, 2016 04:00:00
Startup Tips

Technopreneur inventions receive funding from DOST

Are you a startup? Or do you have a good idea to use science and technology for business?

If you think it is only the private sectors who are funding startups, research and innovations, you’re wrong. What a lot of people may not know is that the government is doing it, too. The Department of Science and Technology has an ...

by Nicai de Guzman  | August 06, 2016 12:00:00
Run & Grow

When success stories convince some that college isn't necessary

A study looks into the value of education among Britain’s young working class

Startup lore is synonymous with stories of genius founders who’ve bucked the system. The youngest tend to get into top schools, only to drop out and start world-changing companies. Bill Gates did that – as did Mark Zuckerberg. Richard Branson didn’t even ...

by Nina Zipkin  | July 21, 2016 08:00:00
Startup Tips

3 ways cloud computing helps MSMEs

Micro, small, and medium enterprises need to adapt to technological innovations to compete in the global market.

  The Philippine economy has seen significant growth over the past few years, and it stands to reason this growth will continue into the next few years.Related: PH exceeds expectations, posts 6.9% GDP growth in Q1One key opportunity lies in the Philippines’ micro, ...

by Shane Owenby  | May 25, 2016 09:00:00
Startup Tips

5 features of the new PSBank’s Business Online Buddy

The newest online bank portal aims to look after the needs of business owners.

 In today’s fast-paced and digital world, time is money. You need to act fast to catch up with the latest trends and provide the most efficient service, or risk losing customers. Luckily, industries are adapting and they are even enabling entrepreneurs to ...

by Nicai de Guzman  | May 06, 2016 09:00:00
Startup Tips

Step up your meetings as Skype for Business gets an upgrade

Connectivity will not be a problem despite the application’s advanced features, business owners assured.

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | April 23, 2016 01:00:00
Business Ideas

The Mijeno siblings and how the SALt lamp came to be

Aisa and Raphael Mijeno innovate a lamp that runs on saltwater to share some light to rural communities.

SIBLINGS. Aisa Mijeno set up SALt (Sustainable Alternative Lighting) with her brother Raphael, who serves as its chief financial officer, to bring their saltwater-fueled lamp to rural areas without access to electricity. Photo by Jonathan Baldonado / Entrepreneur Philippines Two tablespoons of salt and ...

by Yvette Tan  | February 28, 2016 05:00:00
Run & Grow

4 lessons entrepreneurs can learn from 'Father of Semiconductors'

Technopreneur Diosdado "Dado" Banatao developed the first chip set used in PCs in the 80s. Today, he's giving back to the country.

Dubbed as the “Father of Semiconductors,” Filipino-American Diosdado “Dado” Banatao is one of the pioneers in Silicon Valley, California—the birth place of tech giants we know today. The engineer invented the first chip set installed in personal computers in 1984, which is ...

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | February 28, 2016 09:00:00
Run & Grow

How a Filipino technopreneur saw the future of mobile Internet

UPDATED - Xeleb founder and CEO Raymond Racaza says success really boils down to which player has the best understanding of their target market.

TECHNOPRENEUR. "I was doing stuff that was very far out, but I knew that we were limited by the technology of our time," says Raymond Racaza, chief operating officer of mobile tech firm Xurpas, Inc. Photo courtesy of GreenBulb Public RelationsRaymond Racaza ...

by Victoria Vizcarra  | February 27, 2016 09:00:00
Business Ideas

The online presence kit

What being searchable can do for your company.

In an era that treats the Web as the go-to place for all kinds of information—from the best Indian restaurant in the city to the most prevalent type of rock on the moon—individuals and enterprises need to have some form of online ...

September 07, 2012 04:00:00
Business Ideas

Tech advice: Focus on building your business first

Business advice from Filipino-American technopreneur and Scan.com founder Garrett Gee.

Technopreneur and Scan.com founder Garrett Gee advised local technopreneurs to focus on building their businesses and executing their ideas instead of wasting time debating on new ways of doing things.Gee braved the Manila rains to speak before a full-house crowd which attended ...

August 17, 2012 02:00:00
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