Category Archives: Business


  Fisherfolks in Barangay Nalvo, Santa Maria in Ilocos Sur harvest their sea urchins locally known as “Maritangtang” which are being sold for Php 130 to Php 150 per kilo. (@philippinestar) You may want to read: Wasay-wasay

How to spot fake Philippine money?

How to spot fake Philippine money? In order to ascertain the genuineness of Philippine banknotes, the BSP advises the public to carefully feel, look, and tilt their banknotes to check for security features, as illustrated below:   Feel 1. Security Paper 2. Embossed Prints 3. Tactile Marks   Look 4. Watermark 5. Security Fiber 6. Asymmetric Serial Number… Read More »

Waiver of Fees for PESONet and InstaPay

  BSP Governor on the waiver of fees for PESONet and InstaPay The BSP is actively pushing for the use of digital payments now as part of a safe and convenient payment system. My goal is to have half of all financial transactions — in volume and value — should be in digital form by the end of… Read More »

Consigna’s Best

  Make your coffee breaks more satisfying with these combo-perfect kakanins by Consigna’s Best. Made especially by Wilmar Consigna, SLP Participant from Cagayan de Oro City. Mula sa PagSibol, Hanggang sa PagSulong. Consigna’s Best is a product not only of grit and sheer determination but also of the concerted efforts of several government entities providing service to families… Read More »

Philippine broom

  Philippine broom Did you know? DYK: (Above image) This broom is made from ‘tiger grass’ which is also known in the Philippines as ‘lasa’ or ‘tambo.’ Tiger grass grows abundantly in Ifugao and Mountain  Province. You may like to read; Murcielagos Island