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Free Coaching Series, Breaking Through Limits

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I am launching a new group coaching this August – Breaking Through Limits under the campaign of Coach Nile.PH to empower us to thrive in a constricted uncertain environment nowadays. 

Breaking Through Limits is a FREE 4-part weekly online group coaching series that will discuss and identify what stops us from becoming our best selves. Also, sessions will help us discover strategies on how we can overcome these obstacles. 

We have our personal pegs and dreams to be someone someday. However, some walls invisibly hinder us. I included four of the most common walls which will be discussed weekly. 

Breaking Through Limits started last August 6 discussing the first wall, Limitation on Possibilities. It answered the basic roadblocks in achieving our dreams, visions, goals, and plans.

Our mind is a gift during creation that can conceive what is intangible to bring it to reality. Vision and dreams, goals, and plans are in the dimension of imagination which has no element of time and space. It is just a matter of time that we see them in our physical dimension as a result of a series of actions and interactions.

Our mind is the asset we can develop without costing us so much, especially with the pandemic now – the very reason why this is made for FREE. It is made possible through the support of Coach Nile.Ph monthly supporters, Iloilo Bloggers SocietyIBS Digital Network, and Thinkspace located in Jalandoni St. Jaro Iloilo City, across Jollibee Drive-thru, above Ultracare.

This aims to push us forward despite the crisis we are facing these days. I am still hopeful that we will thrive over this pandemic and we will get to the other side of this together. 

To join the sessions of Breaking Through Limits, register through this link: https://bit.ly/2X04qeA . Come and join us for the rest of the remaining session!

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Megaworld Ramps Up New Office Towers in Iloilo

Megaworld New Office Towers in Iloilo

MANILA, Philippines, January 20, 2020 – Megaworld, the country’s largest developer and lessor of office spaces, is ramping up its office inventory inside the 72-hectare Iloilo Business Park in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.

The company is launching two new office towers – Enterprise One and Enterprise Two – each 12-storeys high right along the bustling stretch of Megaworld Boulevard in the city’s modern business park.

The two new office towers will offer around 78,000 square meters of fresh office spaces.

Sporting modern architecture, both Enterprise One and Enterprise Two will be applied for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

“The demand for office spaces in Iloilo Business Park has been steadily growing the past years. Most of the companies that want to set up operations in Iloilo prefer the township concept that we offer because it helps ensure convenience and comfort necessary for the retention of their employees,” explains Roland Tiongson, first vice president, Megaworld Premier Offices.

To date, Megaworld has almost 65,000 square meters of office spaces in eight buildings that are fully operational. These towers, which include One Global Center, Two Global Center, Richmonde Tower, One Techno Place, Two Techno Place, Three Techno Place, and Festive Walk Office 1 and 2, are currently fully leased out.

An additional 35,000 square meters are now under construction, which are expected to be completed by next year. These are One Fintech Place A, One Fintech Place B, and Two Fintech Place.

Among the first-time locators in Iloilo City that are in Iloilo Business Park include StarTek, iQor, Reed Elsevier, WNS, Nearsol, and Connectsys. Companies like Transcom and HGS have also expanded their existing Iloilo operations in the township.

“By 2022, we expect our office stocks to reach around 175,000 square meters, the biggest for a single developer in Iloilo City. These office towers are able to generate approximately 62,000 jobs in the BPO sector,” adds Tiongson.

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Transcom Iloilo Goes Green 2020

Transcom Iloilo Goes Green 2020

Transcom Iloilo continues to create efforts in preserving and protecting our environment as the city is preparing for its annual festival. An estimated 20,000 participants, both locals and tourists, went out to the streets to experience the parade leading to the Viva Musicfest where OPM bands and artists were invited to perform at the Megaworld Blvd., Iloilo Business Park.

Throughout the festivities, Transcom Iloilo provided trash bins, instead of branded paraphernalias that will end up in landfills. This way, participants will also be aware of proper waste segregation. Hundreds of local Transcom employees also joined the festivity not just to have fun, but with a mission to ensure a waste-free event.

As Transcom’s CEO for GER, Mark Lyndsell, puts it into words — Transcom’s 2020 vision is to continue the initiative to take care of the environment and lessen the ecological footprints. This started in 2019 with planting trees along the shoreline of Iloilo.

Transcom Iloilo Goes Green 2020

Making life simpler by creating smarter people experiences, Trancom’s vision is a promise and an obligation to their employees, their clients, and their clients’ customers. Sustainability was an essential part in their corporate strategy, business culture, and daily operations.

Transcom Cares is Transcom’s sustainability program focusing on social sustainability. This program started as an employee grassroots initiative by Transcom employees in the Philippines. Over the years, it grew into an overarching global corporate outreach program. The program consists of three pillars: people development, equality and diversity, and community engagement.

Transcom Iloilo is strongly committed to the communities in which they operate. Their employees’ passion to contribute their time and energy fuels many of their community engagement activities, making us all proud to work at Transcom.

Don’t forget to be habitually conscious on our garbage disposal. Check out Transcom recyclable bins around the area as you visit Iloilo City during the festivities!

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Rosma Resort – Nearby Paradise in San Joaquin Iloilo

Rosma

Rosma Pebbled Cove Resort or commonly known as “Rosma” is the newest go-to place in Iloilo province which officially opened last September 18, 2019 situated in Barangay Igcadlum in San Joaquin. The resort is much ready for overnight stays, parties and water activities for the family and barkadas. I consider this resort as a little paradise nearby with its close-to-nature ambiance and offerings, from comfortable accommodation to water activities and delicious food!

The resort has an infinity pool, restaurant and bar, with lunch buffet with ihaw-ihaw station every Saturday, lounge area, water rafts for rental. They also have a pavillion hall with a capacity of 80 guests, a high-speed Wi-Fi connection, a KTV, a gift shop, a personal laundry service, and by appointment in-room massage. Also, they are planning to add more water sports, scuba diving and a floating bar before the year ends.

For Rosma room rates,

  • Double Suite (1 double and 1 single bed) with free breakfast for two persons P2100
  • Quadruple Suite (2 double-decker beds) with free breakfast for four persons P2800
  • Family Suite (Native Hut with 5 single beds) with free breakfast for five persons P4000
  • Nipa Hut (on the beach, 2 single beds) with free breakfast for two persons P1500

Should you just want to enjoy the infinity pool inclusive of the entrance fee only,

  • 3-11 years old regular rate P75, on going promo rate P65
  • 12 years old and above regular rate P150, on going promo rate P120

Additional information that may help you during your visit,

  • Check-in time 2:00PM
  • Check-out time 12:00NN
  • Child, 9 years below FREE of charge for overnight stays
  • Guest 10 years above will be charged at P300/night with FREE breakfast
  • Kids should be supervised by a guardian
  • Breakfast is served from 6:30AM to 10:00AM
  • Welcome drinks upon arrival
  • Transportation for private tour of surrounding attractions available upon request
  • Load Center under Wi-Fi
  • Concierge service will assist you with tour flights transportation and special request 24/7
  • Senior Citizen and PWD with IDs will have discounts of 20%

Note: Rates may change without prior notice.

Rosma

And the most important part, your guide to get there! Rosma Pebbled Cove Resort is along the main highway going to Antique. Here are ways to get to Rosma.

  • From Iloilo Terminal Market (Super). Take a Lawigan, San Joaquin jeep.
  • From Molo Bus Terminal. Take a Dao bus going to Antique.

In any of these options, tell the driver to drop you off at the resort. The resort is located across Igcadlum Primary School.

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50-Million Campaign for Iloilo MICE Tourism

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ILOILO CITY – A 50-million MICE campaign – “Meet you in Iloilo” – was launched last October 10, 2019 at Iloilo Convention Center led by Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat together with the Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism to market Iloilo as a premier MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences/Conventions and Exhibitions) destination in the country.

The launching of “Meet you in Iloilo” campaign is expected to pull in tourists, business investors and exhibitors to one of the progressive and livable cities in the Philippines, Iloilo City, and be recognized as a premier MICE destination in the country.

“The launching of Iloilo as a MICE hub will surely open more opportunities for Iloilo to further boost its tourism industry, drive investments and development, and create jobs,” Senator Drilon said.

Promoting Iloilo as a MICE center is projected to bring significant contributions to the province and the entire region’s development. This campaign includes a handful of promotions and related tourism packages in partnership with different tourism stakeholders in the city. 

The launching of the MICE campaign also highlighted some of the tourism facilities and projects that will surely attract every tourist, local and international.

  • Iloilo convention center
  • an 8-kilometer Esplanade, the longest linear park in the country
  • the 10-lane, 15-km Sen. Benigno Aquino Avenue
  • the 4-lane President Corazon Aquino circumferential road
  • rehabilitated Iloilo River
  •  four museums including the country’s first Museum of Philippine Economic History
  • restoration of heritage buildings along Calle Real
  • restoration of the Iloilo Customs House, or Aduana
  • building the Iloilo-Guimaras Bridge by 2023

For more information, you visit Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism at Ground floor, Casa Real de Iloilo (Old Iloilo Provincial Capitol), Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City, Philippines or contact their office through these numbers: (+63 33) 337-5411 / 335-0245 (Telefax). You can also reach them online through an email, secretariat@meetyouiniloilo.com or visit the website, www.meetyouiniloilo.com. #MeetYouInIloilo

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9 Reasons for Iloilo as a MICE Destination

Iloilo

Iloilo – culinary haven, a vibrant festival destination, a cosmopolitan trading port since the turn of the last century, the heart of the Philippines, and so much more.

It’s a fairly easy task to fall in love with Iloilo – a locale steeped in history and rich indigenous culture, yet also an emergent city assuredly making strides toward a sustainable tomorrow, an eclectic marriage of the traditional and the modern. As multifaceted as it is colorful, Iloilo will leave you spellbound by its manifold charms.

Here are 9 reasons why you should consider the “City of Love” as your next MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences/Conventions, Exhibitions) destination.

1. The Heart of the Philippines

Smack dab in the middle of this vibrant archipelago, Iloilo’s strategic location lends its ease of accessibility to most major hubs in both Luzon and Mindanao, as well as being a gateway to multi-cultural Panay Island and the greater Visayas.

2.Steeped in History

Ours is a culture shaped by a rich genteel history and undeniable Spanish influence, as demonstrated by Iloilo’s architectural marvels: from the stately ancestral mansions of the moneyed sugar barons to age-old ornate churches that have stood the test of time. The country’s former textile capital and the Philippines’ most important seaport during the Spanish era – second only to Manila – one only needs to visit Iloilo’s immersive museums to fully fathom the city’s old glory.

3. Food-Lover’s Haven

Satisfy your cravings: From the quintessential Ilonggo batchoy, to seafood freshly plucked from the ocean, to saccharine delicacies that will satisfy any sweet tooth – Iloilo is a gastronomical destination like no other. Iloilo’s sprawling shorelines and serendipitous proximity to the uplands ensures abundant produce from both the land and the sea whole year-round, making it a bountiful playground for chefs and foodies alike.

4. Sunny Shores and Marvelous Mounts

Traced by the Panay Gulf in the east and bordered by the Central Panay Mountain Range in the west, Iloilo and its neighboring provinces has scenic excursions for beachcombers and mountain adventurers alike.

Iloilo

Photo credits: meetyouiniloilo.com

5. Heartfelt Ilonggo Hospitality

Ilonggos, Iloilo’s locals, are known to be a generous and hospitable bunch – it isn’t the “City of Love” for nothing. Hoteliers and restauranteurs in this cosmopolitan destination put a premium on exceptional service to delight guests, but Ilonggos have always been innately warm and outgoing.

6. Beacon of Sustainability

Lauded for numerous successful civic initiatives, sustainability has become the foundation for the mapping and planning of this developing metropolis. The Iloilo River Esplanade first comes to mind, an 8.1-kilometer linear park that traces the banks of its namesake waterway, running along major thoroughfares in the city.

7. Among Southeast Asia’s Safest Place

Iloilo is consistently recognized as one of the safest cities in Southeast Asia by the survey of international online database Numbeo. In 2019, the city landed 8th place, following the ranks of Singapore, Bangkok, and Bali, among others.

8. Seamless Incentives

The tight-knit collaboration of Iloilo’s MICE Alliance seeks to offer a seamless experience, with an across-the-board incentive plan that no other city is likely capable to match – encompassing from confab discounts on domestic airfare, to exclusive hotel perks, and even concessions from major malls and affiliated restaurants. Iloilo promises an unparalleled MICE experience. Giving meeting planners every reason to choose Iloilo as their next MICE venue.

9. International MICE Standards

Iloilo is committed to abide by the tight touchstones of global MICE standards. The city has revealed itself a trailblazer, being one of only a few hubs in the Philippines to have successfully hosted both APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) meetings and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) delegates in 2015 and 2017, respectively.

Iloilo

Photo credits: meetyouiniloilo.com

For more information, you visit Iloilo MICE Alliance, Department of Tourism at Ground floor, Casa Real de Iloilo (Old Iloilo Provincial Capitol), Gen. Luna St., Iloilo City, Philippines or contact their office through these numbers: (+63 33) 337-5411 / 335-0245 (Telefax). You can also reach them online through an email, secretariat@meetyouiniloilo.com or visit the website, www.meetyouiniloilo.com. #MeetYouInIloilo

Source: www.meetyouiniloilo.com

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Patient Partners Exclusives: To The Next Level

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TMC Iloilo inks partnerships for ‘Patient Partners Exclusives’

The Medical City (TMC) Iloilo is set to bring “Patient Partnership” to the next level as it officially signs a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with its partner brands for its Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card Program on February 6.

The Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card Program is TMC Iloilo’s way of giving premium to its patient partners. The said loyalty card comes with exclusive perks and privileges in the form of discount coupons from TMC Iloilo partner brands.

TMC Patient Partners

Initial partner brands of TMC Iloilo Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card include Asian Massage and Spa Riviera for relaxation; Waterworld Iloilo for leisure; Gym Ni Juan for health and fitness; and Monkey Grounds Coffee, KSpice, BlueJay Coffee & Co., Mrs. Wharton, and Café Panay for dining.

TMC Patient Partners

Aside from those perks and privileges, patient registration, payment, access to billing statements and medical results are just one scan away using this card.

“TMC Iloilo is not only considered a trailblazer in terms of healthcare programs and services in Western Visayas. We are also an innovator in providing excellent patient experience,” says TMC Iloilo Chief Executive Officer Dr. Felix Ray Villa.

TMC Patient Partners

On his part, TMC Iloilo Chief Marketing Officer Prince Juliene Hermaine Celo noted that “the MOA Signing Ceremony is just an initial move as TMC Iloilo is set to further expand the Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card Program with more partner brands and additional features and perks in the coming months.”

The Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card will be available soon and will be given to all admitted patients upon discharge.

TMC Patient Partners

To know more about Patient Partner Exclusives Loyalty Card Program, contact TMC Iloilo at (033) 500-1000 or email us at info@themedicalcityiloilo.com. Also log on to our website www.themedicalcityiloilo.com for more updates.

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Iloilo shines with Banaag Festival 2018’s amazing light show

Banaag Festival

Fresh from being hailed as the Philippines’ Best Municipal Festival at the recently held 2018 Pearl Awards, the highly anticipated 14th Banaag Festival in Anilao, Iloilo drew excited tourists from all over the country who came to witness the much talked about Festival of Lights and the spectacular culminating program that set the night ablaze with beautiful dancing flames last October 31.

Following the symbolic lighting of the torch, which was lead by Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque, this year’s Banaag Festival presented fierce and more enchanting cultural presentations of eight competing tribes vying for the coveted Banaag Festival Dance Drama Competition Championship.

Banaag Festival

Lighting of Torch with Senator Cynthia Villa and Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque

Banaag Festival is a cultural tradition in Anilao, Iloilo which was inspired by local sentinels during the Spanish era who guarded bamboo watchtowers and warned residents of incoming pirates by lighting the torch as a signal to flee. Thus, the torch became a precious symbol of unity for the Anilaonons, and this beautiful burning light has become the source of pride and inspiration for the people throughout the years.

In the recently concluded 19th Pearl Awards of the Association of Tourism Officers of the Phippines – Department of Tourism (ATOP-DOT) held in Cagayan De Oro earlier this month, Banaag Festival bagged the First Place as Best Tourism Festival (Festival Category, Municipal Level), earning for this Anilaonon tradition its much deserved title as the Philippines’ Best Municipal Festival.

Banaag Festival

A quick media press conference with Iloilo 4th District Congressman Ferjenel “Dok Ferj” Biron, along with Anilao Mayor Lee Ann Debuque and Anilao Vice Mayor Matet Debuque

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TMC Iloilo educates public about diabetes thru ‘Sweet Pa Rin Ba?’ campaign

Diabetes Campaign

ACCORDING to the the Philippine Center for Diabetes Education Foundation in 2016, diabetes is the 6th leading cause of death among Filipinos based on the 2013 Philippine Health Statistics, noting that over 6 million Filipinos are diagnosed with diabetes.

As part of its commitment of bringing “patient partnership” closer to the Ilonggo community, TMC Iloilo recently launched the “Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” campaign.

Diabetes Campaign

The Medical City Iloilo provides free health and diabetes assessment to the pensioners Philippine Veterans Bank Iloilo.

The said campaign primarily aims to educate the public on the possible risks of diabetes and ways on how to prevent it.

“Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” campaign had its first leg in Oton, Iloilo on September 11. It was attended by over 100 participants from the said municipality.

The participants were able to attend a talk about diabetes given by TMC Iloilo Diabetes and Metabolism Program Head Dr. Genevieve Sia. They also got to enjoy fun activities and received some freebies. Yet, the event’s highlight is the free diabetes assessment and counseling which made them better understood their risks of diabetes.

Diabetes Campaign

Members of the Philippines Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) pose at The Medical City Iloilo’s “Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” structure.

Meanwhile, the second leg of the “Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” campaign was held in the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office (PVAO) Iloilo on September 15.

In partnership with the Veterans Bank Iloilo, the event was attended by the said bank’s pensioners who received free medical check-up and diabetes assessment from TMC Iloilo.

Diabetes Campaign

Employees of Oton, Iloilo LGU enjoy the different physical activities held as part of The Medical City Iloilo’s “Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” Health Fair.

“Sweet Pa Rin Ba?” was also brought to different malls around Iloilo City to reach out to more people. These include Festive Walk Iloilo Mall on September 20-27; Robinsons Place Iloilo on October 2-8; and at GT Town Center Pavia on October 9-19. 

Diabetes and Metabolism Program is one of the flagship programs of TMC Iloilo which helps diabetes patient understand their condition better, especially that this disease can cause serious complications such as stroke, heart attack, end-stage kidney disease and diabetic retinopathy among others.

Diabetes Campaign

Dr. Genevieve Sia-Majewski, Head of Diabetes and Metabolism Program of The Medical City Iloilo give a talk on the risks of the diabetes and ways on how to prevent it to the employees of Oton, Iloilo LGU.

For more details about TMC Iloilo’s Diabetes and Metabolism Program, visit TMC Iloilo at Esplanade 2, Molo, Iloilo City or call (033) 500-1000. (By Raymart Escopel/TMCI)

Diabetes Campaign

The Medical City Iloilo provides free health and diabetes assessment to the pensioners Philippine Veterans Bank Iloilo.

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Megaworld To Bring Belmont Hotel in Iloilo Business Park

Belmont Hotel

Belmont Hotel Iloilo – Fourth hotel under Megaworld’s homegrown Belmont brand to add 405 hotel rooms in Iloilo City 

ILOILO CITY, Philippines, October 16, 2018 – Property giant Megaworld is building its fourth Belmont Hotel inside its 72-hectare Iloilo Business Park township in Mandurriao, Iloilo City.

Belmont Hotel Iloilo will have 405 suites, composed of a mix of Twin Suites, Queen Suites, Junior Suites, Executive Suites and Specially-Abled Suites for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).

The 12-storey hotel, which is the third in the entire township, will be located along the stretch of the 1.1-kilometer long Festive Walk Parade, just a walking distance to the iconic Iloilo Convention Center and the Festive Walk Mall.

Belmont Hotel - Executive suite

Belmont Hotel – Executive suite

It will have its own swimming pool with in-pool lounge, landscaped deck with pool bar and outdoor lounge, fitness center with sauna, function room, and an all-day dining restaurant.

“We have seen the huge potential of Iloilo as a tourism destination. With the Iloilo Convention Center as a main facility for Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE), there is no doubt that Iloilo City needs another world-class hotel. And we are bringing another Megaworld homegrown hotel brand, which has gained popularity among business travelers since Belmont Hotel Manila opened in 2015,” says Jennifer Palmares-Fong, vice president for sales and marketing, Megaworld Iloilo.

Belmont Hotel - Junior suite

Belmont Hotel – Junior suite

Belmont Hotel Manila, Megaworld’s first Belmont Hotel that opened in Newport City, was awarded this year’s Best Airport Hotel in the 2018 Travel and Hospitality Awards. The second Belmont Hotel is set to open in Boracay Newcoast next year, while the third one will be at The Mactan Newtown, the company’s 30-hectare township in Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu.

In Iloilo Business Park, Megaworld opened its third Richmonde Hotel in 2014 and its sister company Travelers International Hotels Group, Inc., owner and operator of Resorts World Manila, opened the Courtyard by Marriott early this year.

According to the Iloilo City Tourism Office, tourist arrivals in the city have remarkably increased during the past five years. In 2017, around 1.08 million local and foreign tourists visited Iloilo City. Most foreign visitors came from South Korea, US, Canada, Mexico and Australia.

Tourism receipts, on the other hand, reached P19.8-billion in 2017 as registration for tourism-related establishments such as hotels rose by 55% to 1,605 last year compared to those posted in 2013.

Belmont Hotel - Artist's Perspective

Belmont Hotel – Artist’s Perspective

“Megaworld’s Iloilo Business Park itself is a tourist destination. Visitors come to the township to visit the Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Art (ILOMOCA), shop and dine in Festive Walk Mall, chill in Festive Walk Parade, attend events in the Iloilo Convention Center, or stay in our world-class hotels. We expect more tourists to come to our township as more establishments and attractions open in the coming months,” explains Palmares-Fong.

Belmont Hotel Iloilo is scheduled to open in 2023.

 

 

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