Outsourcing has grown to become a buzzword in the business landscape. The technological boom also made this easier for businesses and remote workers alike. Getting a remote staff to perform specific business functions allows organizations and employees to shift their focus on their core responsibilities.
If you ask Google what LinkedIn is, the search results will generally describe it as a benchmark social networking platform used by and for new college graduates, job seekers, industry professionals, and businesses. But if you ask me, I’d put it simply and say that LinkedIn is like Facebook, but for working professionals.
The Philippines is a paradise of white-sand beaches, green mountains, and world-class surfing and diving. Made up of thousands of islands, air travel is a must to explore the country’s attractions.
Following in the footsteps of global tech hubs Singapore and Hong Kong, the Philippines is slowly fostering a tech startup ecosystem to facilitate the market-entry and participation of new entrants to its economic marketplace. The obvious advantages of a huge consumer base, high mobile penetration, and enormous potential for digitization in untapped resources – along with a large, English-speaking population and cost-effective technical, marketing, and back-office support – make the country an ideal test market for startup companies looking to develop their business models in an economy with a digital infrastructure that is still in its infancy.