Thursday, June 30, 2016

Kalyenegosyo: Program for small Enterpreneurs who dreamt making big in Business World!

Attending events or product launching are one of the duties of being a Blogger wherein clients & people invited you to broadcast their advocacy or new innovations in social media online. Also, it's one way for bloggers to learn inputs about social media blogging which involves self-expression on particular issues like business & social media marketing.

Amazingly, I was so inspired upon attending Kalyenegosyo seminar last June 17, Friday morning. Wherein, I met wonderful people named: Jorge Noel Wieneke & her wife ,Jennifer Wieneke (one of the board of directors &  founders of KalyeNegosyo), Norman A. Agatep (Managing Director of Grupo Agatep) & James Catan  ( Business  Dev't Manager for Monde Nissan) who devotedly assisted small entrepreneur to reach their dreams by giving them free seminar for the growth of their chosen business market. Also, to help KalyeNegosyo Scholars to put up their new interesting and profitable business 

For the background of KalyeNegosyo, 3rd Batch of Scholars was sucessfully launched last April 22, 2016 at Palm Village Makati City. The founder itself, Jorge Noel Wieneke, co-founder of Potato Corner and Pres. of Tokyo Tempura, stated that the program aims to assists Pinoy microentrepreneurs to be successful on their business venture. 

All chosen KalyeNegosyo Scholars will be given 6 months peroid, free seminars, workshops and mentoring will be held every Friday , as a tool for their business growth. 

This program itself is one way for Mr. Jorge Wieneke for paying it forward for all the blessings his businesses had given their family. Grateful for the abundant blessings and the skills he has, by sharing it to others gives him joy and more passion in helping Pinoy Enterpreneurs. Also, to enriched the value of camaraderie to all Filipino Businessman to reconnect and be inspiration to others. To create an environment for business network sharing and opportunities to other Filipino's who dreamt big in the marketing world.

Program was hosted by Mr. Jorge and her wife Jenny Wieneke and Guest Social Influencer named Norman Agatep to talked about Digital Marketing and  Social Media Myths to KalyeNegosyo Scholars to have an idea on how to advertise their businesses online.  

More Photos of the Workshop/Seminar:

Mr. Norman Agatep discussed about Basic Digital Marketing and Social Media Myths. 

He mentioned that Social Media is a spectator sport, its not about making the upset customer happy but making it sure that your brand is on record as listening and caring bec. Thousands of customers are looking on with a bowl of popcorn on their laps. Mr. Agatep also reiterate that business should always pursue quality over quantity.  

Mr. Agatep said ,Social Media is the perfect venue to demonstrate social good.

Actual Workshop with Mr. Norman Agatep, Social Media Influencer and Mentor for KalyeNegosyo Scholar.

1st Awardee for Free Negosyo Package
from KalyeNegosyo and Monde for Mister Pancit

Kalyenegosyo Pansikleta Program
5 Kalyenegosyo Scholars will be chosen
To gain profit by creating new ways to sell up
Pancit Canton in a unique and cool way.

One of the Awardee for Mister Pancit Negosyo given
by Mr. Jorge Noel Wieneke, Founder of KalyeNegosyo  & Mr. James Catan, Business Manager of
Monde Nissan

3rd Batch of Kalyenegosyo with Mr. Jorge & Mr. James 

3rd Batch of Kalyenegosyo  with Mr. Jorge & Mr. Norman

Seraphim and Norman Agatep selfie with Social Media
Influencer & Speaker for Kalyenegosyo

" To command is to serve, nothing more and nothing less"
by Andre Malraux

Thank you for reading this BLOG regarding Kalyenegosyo.

Lovelots, #Seraphimsnotes

" the work an unkown good man has done is like a vein
of water flowing hidden underground , secretly making the ground green. " - thomas carlyle

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

1st KLM Central Expo Trade and Jobfair for Filipino People!

KLM CENTRAL EXPO: A Trade and Job Fair 2016

A marketing exposure to SME'S , establishment and big companies to showcase their new products and services as an exhibitors to increase the growth for local and global
businesses inside our country.

Also, provide a job opportunity for newly graduates,
skilled personnels and professionals to land their
dream job and to acquire a clean, descent & affordable home for our families.

This KLM CENTRAL EXPO was established for Filipino's. So, they will have a glimpse how to start a business by attending some talks and seminars during the 3 Days Expo.
To gain more knowledge on sales and marketing. Skills that Filipino needs to acquire for becoming a top sales representative. To learn to have your own business
while working. Having a target market that boosts profit business sharing and many more.

The 3 Day Expo was filled with trading of fantastic products for sellers and buyers. A great deal for Health and Business Solutions. Wonderful supplements and medications with less pricing with a ticket fee of 60 pesos for entrance. You enjoy swarming each booth, for free taste, new career job hunting and some freebies. 

Here are some photos of the KLM EXPO Ribbon Cutting:

Ribbon Cutting with VIP Guest Bro.  Eddie Villanueva
Founder of Jesus is Lord!

 Board Members & Staff of
KLM Central Expo.

Bro. Eddie Villanueva and some Members of KLM

Guest Speaker of KLM Expo.
Bro. Eddie Villanueva

He stated a solemn prayer for the Business Enterpreneur
Present at PTTC for more abundance on their 
business and for the job seeker to be hired
for their dream job. 
Also, he mentioned that we need directly tell
Jesus what we really need. Knock, Ask and
We shall received thru Gods grace. 

People lining up for the KLM Expo. and Job Fair:

Inside PTTC area

Lining Up for Registration

Some Member of JIL & KLM
Waiting for the program to start.

Photos of Business Enterpreneurs, Companies for Hiring and Food Concessionaries during KLM Central Expo 2016:

Light Network Channel 33 for Job Hiring

Waters Philippines, clean water for everyone

Faith Merchandise , love the Wings of their Booth

KLM Merchandise

Art Work at JNBM Paper Clay

Antrak Logistics Staff for Hiring

 Manila Bulettin Classified Adds for Job Hiring.

 Paseo Verde Residential Condo

Bags by JNBM Paper Clay

Paramount Life  & Gen. Insurance for Insurance needs

PHARMA-REX, Medications

Masumax, New Food Supplement

HAI Media with co-blogger Anthony

Heaven Scent Entrep. Corp.

Algi cleanz Jelly for body cleansing

UNO Premier

Jhun &  Nathalie Fresh Fruits for
Whole sale & Retail

Mega Miles Trans
International Cargo Services

Almost, 35 Participating Exhibitors and A1-12 Sponsors join the KLM EXpo. KLM ( Kingdom Living Ministry, the business partner of the Jesus is Lord Church Worldwide.

The 3 Day Expo was successfully attended by a lot
of people looking for new business, health solutions
and job employment. 

last June 24,25-26, 2016

Thank you for reading this PR Blog regarding KLM Central Expo Trade and Expo. 

Lovelots, #Seraphimsnotes

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The challenges of the making of Ma'Rosa: Opens on July 6, 2016 Nationwide!

2009 Cannes Best Director Brillante Mendoza talks about MA‘ ROSA, his inspiration, and the challenges in making the film.

Describe Ma’Rosa in one sentence:
MA‘ ROSA shows us a glimpse of a Filipino family set on a typical district in Manila, giving us a slice of life in a community.

What made you pursue the story behind Ma’ Rosa?

The idea of this film came up four years ago when I became indirectly involved with the said incident. It captured my interest to tell this story because it shows a unique but also disturbing characteristic of a common Filipino family. That when a family member is backed against the wall for the wrong doings that he or she made, you will do everything to keep them out of trouble even if it means violating basic virtues. In a society where survival of the fittest is a fact that we have to live with, family becomes amoral.

What were the challenges in putting the story together for the screen?

The whole film was treated like a documentary film with a strong feel of realism, using found objects and locations in production design. But what seems to be a simple production endeavor is actually a formidable challenge to any filmmaker because even though this was filmed in a minimalist manner, the truth is we are still doing a feature film with real actors trained in different disciplines of acting. 

In able for us to capture the precision raw emotions, I told them to throw away everything that they have learned in their acting profession and just act plain and natural as their characters since they should blend with non-actors on screen. 

We heard that you shot the sequences without any script? Why is this?

That’s correct. The actors were never given a copy of the script and were only directed based on how I commute the script. Dialogs were delivered very naturally as they depend on their personal instincts throughout the film. In fact, sequences were filmed in the same order as the story so that the actors can relate to the plight of their character as the shooting progresses. The feeling of uncertainty must materialize on screen as the editing subscribes to the main character’s point-of-view as we follow their account of what transpired that evening.

After Ma’Rosa, what’s next?

A lot of films are in the pipeline. Also a bigger Sinag Maynila for 2017. There is of course the The Brillante Mendoza Film Workshop which is part of my advocacy to “rethink and redefine cinema”. This is also my way of giving back and training new generations of film makers and storytellers.

Mendoza is known for his advocacies and groundbreaking films that tackle social issues. He is committed in sharing his knowledge and experience in filmmaking with a new generation through his works and workshops.

Ma' Rosa is Mendoza’s 4th film to be shown at the Cannes Film Festival in France. The first one was Serbis in 2008, which was nominated for the coveted Palme d'Or (Golden Palm). In 2009, Mendoza won Best Director at Cannes for his film Kinatay, and in 2015, his movie Taklub was given the Ecumenical Jury-Prize Special Mention.

Ma’Rosa gave the Philippines and Southeast Asia its first acting award when Jaclyn Jose won as Best Actress in the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Among the nominees were Charlize Theron, Marion Cotillard, Isabelle Huppert, and Kristen Stewart.

The Philippines will get to see what the buzz is all about come July 6 as Ma’Rosa opens in cinemas nationwide.

ROSA, owns a small community convenience store connected to their home in the slums of Metropolitan Manila. Together with her husband, NESTOR, they use their convenient store as cover-up for selling illegal narcotic, Methamphetamines. Their fate changes when their neighbor sets them up for a police raid leading to the couple’s arrest; a ploy for extortion. Backed against the wall, Rosa seeks help from her children, JACKSON, RAQUEL and KERWIN as they do the daunting task to buy their parent’s freedom.

Thank you for reading this PR BLOG from the Movie Ma'Rosa brought to you b Solar Pictures. 

Lovelots, #seraphimsnotes

Monday, June 27, 2016

Highlights of the 2nd National Integrated Waste Management Exhibition - 2016 Environmental Summit

Earth is a generous planet wherein human being savored the fruits of life in terms of natural resources in water, air and land. Our biodiversity in the Philippines shows how wealthy our country is. So, in exchange, Filipino's should be responsible in protecting environmental threats and degradation. Every citizens should value, conserve and rehabilitate our environment for sustainable growth in our country.

However, The 2nd National Integrated Waste Management Exhibition - 2016 Environmental Summit was held at the Megatrade Hall 1 & 2, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City last June 21-24, 2016, with the theme, “Fostering Shared Responsibility in Integrated Waste Management.”  This event was held in partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Environmental Management Bureau (EMB), Climate Change Commission (CCC), National Solid Waste Management Commission (NSWMC), Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), and the local government units (LGUs). The four-day summit and exhibition showcased the programs and projects aimed to reduce air, land, and water pollution, and the ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Also, Senator Loren Legarda, a notable environmental advocate and author/co-author of several environmental laws in the country, graced the event as the keynote speaker. Other distinguished guests and officials from DENR, selected members of traditional media and online media participated in the opening ceremony.

Thats is why,when I received an email as an invitation in Environmental Summit 2016. Immediately, I comply and attended this wonderful and earth saving event.

As a GreenPeace advocate, I know the importance of having a clean air, good water system, proper garbage disposal strategy and effects of climate change for all humans. This Environmental Summit is one way to widen people's knowledge to be more aware of their surroundings. Be involved , an Eye Opener to each Filipino's to see the effects of our actions to our archipealago. To see the dangers and cause of climate change in our land. Any management, strategy and willingness to participate to any Gov't  Agency plan towards Solid Waste Management or Clean Air act will be beneficial to our country. 

Meanwhile, DENR Secretary Ramon Paje also gave a speech and urged everyone to see the exhibition. He said “I am sure visitors will find this most instructive, fruitful, and truly worthwhile. I commend the organizers, exhibitors, and sponsors of this exhibition. Let us strengthen our shared responsibility in integrated waste management. Only collaboration and greater public awareness and support can effectively address the challenge posed by improper waste management and environmental pollution.” DENR Assistant Secretary, Atty. Juan Miguel Cuna, also encouraged students from different schools and universities to attend the said summit so that they will become environmentally aware about waste management at a young age. He said, “Let’s start them young.”

I strongly agree that our millenials today should take part and be aware of the hazardous waste materials that contribute in increasing mortality and dreadful illnesses that greatly affects the health of a person. So, Solid Waste Management should be implemented well in various community as well as good landfill to reduce great impact to health and environment.

Furthermore, Environmental advocates and educators discussed during the summit emerging technologies and new inventions to address and manage today’s important environmental concerns,  specifically solid waste, water quality, air quality and hazardous waste and toxic substances. To address these concerns, “we need to build and strengthen mechanism of partnership and collaborations among government, LGUs, non-government organizations, business and industry, sectoral organizations and organized local communities and raise public awareness on the need to protect our environment, reduce emissions and manage waste at source, and adopt 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) towards mitigating global warming and climate change,” said by the EMB-National Capital Region Director Minda Osorio.

Indeed, another highlight of this exhibition was the fashion show during the opening ceremony. Models walked in the runway wearing the fabulous indigenous and recycled creations of some of the talented fashion designers from the Fashion Designers Association of the Philippines (FDAP).  Ms. Digna Rosales, President of FDAP, was also present during the said event.

Fabulous and unique Gown creations paraded the runway using some recycled mirrors, coconuts, plastic spoons, plastic bags, fish nets and many more. Truly, those designers are so inspiring and genius on their fashion artistry.

To sum it up, I love going out of town, swimming in the beach, trekking in the mountains and sight seeing of wonderful landscapes & blue skies. I'm simply a nature lover who appreciates all the beauty that surrounds me. It energize my soul and it stimulate my spirit and well-being.

As a nature enthusiast, I will continue to protect and take care of my environment by putting all my waste into right place, respect to all nature's creations in the oceans,lakes or even in the mountain. I will teached my niece and other children the cause and effect of every action we made into our surroundings. I know Filipino's are diligent & open minded, can easily be teached and adapt to changes. All we need to learn is the right management and strategy in implementing our solid waste management rules and regulations for a safe and clean air. Citizens should value and protect our home, our planet called Earth. Thru this Environmental Summit 2016, we will worked as one to lessen the effect of Climate Change in the World. 

The 2016 Environmental Summit was managed by Artistespace, which specializes from planning to executing events and digital marketing solutions.

For more information about 2016 Environmental Summit, visit their official website, and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

Here are some photos of the Companies/Corp./Foundation/Group 
who participated in the summit:










Thank you for reading this POST PR blog regarding Environmental Summit 2016

                               Lovelots, #seraphimsnotes

With my Co-Blogger Ate Cie