In this webinar, we will be revealing the never before seen findings of the Philippines Culture Map. A Culture Map is a groundbreaking study, providing insights into the motivations, attitudes, and behaviours of the Philippines' working population. It is a statistical deep-dive into the Filipino working culture, representing many unseen or yet-to-be-discovered talents unique to the Philippines.
Built on 20 years of evidence-based research in the field of cognitive behaviour, a Culture Map can provide detailed information on how to leverage, strategize and better understand new opportunities for the Filipino workforce. This data can be applied across all verticals of business, entrepreneurship, investment, industry, government, and education to inform decisions for the future of economic growth and development.
WHEN: Wednesday, August 31st at 07:00 pm AEST, 10:00 am BST, 5:00 pm SGT
In this free, high-demand workshop you’ll learn:
Matija Squire also known as Tia is the Research Team Lead at Fingerprint for Success. Tia’s background is in languages, entrepreneurship, and culture, as a mentor, consultant, and guest lecturer. She served 3 terms as a board director for the Australia Philippines Business Council and hosted the first ever Philippines - Australia Innovation Forum in Sydney Australia. Tia has actively been involved in the Philippines Startup Community since 2019 partnering with DTI and Startup Village to deliver events and opportunities for Filipino Startups.
Carlo Calimon is the Director of StartUp Village Philippines, a startup innovation hub that contributes greatly to the Philippines startup ecosystem. Carlo spends his time building Startup Villages' portfolio of start-ups and linking them to potential investors. Carlo can often be found facilitating and creating programs to support startup development and succeed in raising funding.
With Special Guest:
Alma Argayoso is the Trade Consul and key official of the Philippine Trade and Investment Centre (PTIC)-Sydney, which is the representative office of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in the country. Alma is at the forefront of facilitating trade and advocating the potential synergies between Australia and the Philippines.
Your hosts will be sharing some practical tips on how to get the most out of these findings.
At the end, we'll have time for a Q&A session, so be sure to attend live!
You'll also receive:
Note: Limited virtual seats available, please register to make sure you don't miss out!