The world knows that the Philippines is a developing nation that’s home to beautiful, scenic islands. Many tourists go for its white-sand beaches with clear blue waters. However, do people really know what the quality of life is like in the country’s busiest cities? What is it really like to be a working local in its capital city, Manila?
In the past weeks, the Philippines has consistently reported a record-high number of daily coronavirus cases in the country, with more than 158,000 active cases to date. This has left the country’s healthcare system bruised and short-handed, with both hospitals and frontliners reaching full capacity.
KUALA LUMPUR, 1 April 2021 – Today, iPrice Group unveiled a new mobile application, iPetite, to help consumers find the best items for their pets. The app includes the latest features of voice recognition that enables consumers’ pets to communicate the products they want with their owners. Pets now have the opportunity to be even more spoiled than they already are! With this ground-breaking technology, iPrice continues to fulfill its aim to be Southeast Asia’s best online shopping companion, even to the region’s furry friends.
It’s International Women’s Month and there is no better time to be a woman than today. Women of today experience the most rights, financial independence, and social freedom. That said, does this stay true during a pandemic in the Philippines vis-a-vis its relatively conservative Asian neighbors?
Author Ursula Kohaupt once said, “chocolate is comfort without words.” According to iPrice Group’s research, this saying seems to hold true to Southeast Asians as their interest in chocolate has grown by 74% in 2020, right when the pandemic hit the globe.
It seems that a little bit of sweetness can help drown out the bitterness that is 2020. According to iPrice Group’s research, the Philippines’ interest in chocolates, sweets, and candy has been on a consistent upward trend since the pandemic started.
E-commerce is a fairly new industry. It arrived in Southeast Asia sometime around the ’90s, and only became what it is today, a rapidly accelerating economy, in the last decade. Thus, we may wonder if working in this young sector is any different than older, more developed industries?