From over 80 submissions, promising start up Nudgyt bested the top 10 entries with in the first PLDT and Smart Start Up Challenge with its Behaviorial Science-powered Artificial Intelligence program similar to the fictional AI Marvel assistant J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just a really very intelligent system).
PLDT and its wireless unit Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) have strengthened their partnership with TikTok, the global platform for short-form mobile videos, for a campaign that advocates mental health awareness for Filipinos.
Championing mental wellness to more communities, PLDT and Smart, through the Better Today program, collaborated with the local government unit (LGU) of Lingayen, raising youth awareness on mental health.
PLDT and Smart, through its Better Today program, have reinforced their commitment to promoting mental health and wellness through sports. With some of the country’s top athletes and community sports advocates, PLDT and Smart launched “Power Move Project”, a conversations series on sports and mental resilience.
Together with the Provincial Government of La Union and mental health advocate Joy Ortega, PLDT and Smart reinforce their commitment to creating safe spaces online for the youth to discuss mental health through the monthly conversations series entitled, “Kamusta Ka, eLyU?”.
Strengthening the companies’ commitment to championing mental health awareness, PLDT and Smart launched the Power Move Project, a conversations series on sports and mental resilience.
The search for the Philippines’ top startup team reaches fever pitch, as the PLDT and Smart Start Up Innovation Challenge narrows its applicants to 10 hopefuls.
‘Hinabi’ is a Cebuano word for conversation and the Tagalog word for woven. Project Hinabi is a series of woven efforts of the community to create safe spaces and conversations.
Overseas Filipinos can now enjoy more services on Free Bee, an award-winning homegrown app powered by PLDT Global Corporation (PGC) – the international arm of the country’s largest fully integrated telco PLDT.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This holds true for some 300 beneficiary families who are set to receive food packages as part of the waste management program launched by the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) to mark its 50th anniversary.