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Monday, March 1, 2021

Business

Filipina entrepreneurs on the rise in Australia

Discover five small businesses that Filipinas have started in Australia. These aspiring ladies reflect on the recent success of billionaire Melanie Perkins, drawing on her as an inspiration in their own endeavours. Fides Mae Santos-Arguelles Fides & Associates | The Entree.Pinays...

5 common business mistakes to avoid

It’s no secret that the world of business is tediously complex and comes with several challenges that can ultimately make or break your company.  Whether you’re a veteran in the business or just starting out, there’s new challenges and changes...

Part Filipino Melanie Perkins now Australia’s third-richest woman

By Dwight Baloloy  CEO and co-founder of Canva, Melanie Perkins, has been hailed as the third richest woman and youngest billionaire in Australia at the age of 32. Perkins was born in Perth to an Australian mother and Malaysian father...

Manila ranks among world’s top emerging startup ecosystems

The Philippine startup ecosystem is once again featured in the annual Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) by Startup Genome. In its inaugural ranking of the world’s top 100 emerging ecosystems, Manila is ranked 36th globally. The GSER 2020 puts the value...

Ligaya Chin: A caring heart for others

Remembering Ligaya ChinThe Philippine Times joins the Filipino-Australian community in mourning the passing of Ligaya Chin, 88. We are reposting the article on her tribute and birthday celebration in 2017 by the Filipino Association of Victoria (FAVI). New migrants, struggling wives...

Free webinar on franchising in the Philippines for Fil-Aussies: 4 May 2020

Following the successful webinar held last 20 April 2020, the Philippine Trade and Investment Center in Sydney is going to hold another webinar on  "TNK (Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan) x FRANCHISING 101" on 04 May 2020, 3:00 pm AEST. The webinar will continue with the conversation...

DTI in Sydney offers Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan webinar series to overseas Filipinos affected by COVID-19

The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) through the Philippine Trade and Investment Center (PTIC) in Sydney, the overseas office of the DTI in Australia, organised the first of a series of Trabaho, Negosyo, Kabuhayan (TNK) webinar series...

Helpful guide for Australian businesses affected by COVID-19

Business Australia, an organisation that has been advising Australian businesses for more than 190 years, has created a dedicated hub for Australian business owners to keep up with the latest news and information on Coronavirus (COVID-19). 1. Coronavirus FAQ’s It answers questions...

#PinayPower: Growing confidence in community

On a crisp Saturday morning in Sunshine North, a new plant nursery blasts feel-good tunes. A stream of women is greeted with bubbly mango mimosas, and homemade Filipino treats. The Sari Sari Sisterhood is in session. Founded by The Entree.Pinays...

Bicolano group in NSW launches first Bicol Trade and Expo 2019 Down Under

The Bicol Communities League Inc. hosted its first The Best of Bicol Exposition of indigenous Bicol products at the city of Blacktown New South Wales on the 26th of October 2019. The Expo was proudly supported by the Philippine...
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Falling in and out of love in Australia: Philippine law on foreign marriage, divorce and annulment

Filipinos are citizens of the world, and they figure in all sorts of complex situations with foreign elements. One...
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