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University Town Vibe at Golfhill Gardens

University Town Vibe at Golfhill Gardens

Some people feel anxious whenever they are in an environment new to them. But when you move in at Golfhill Gardens, surely you would feel at ease. Aside from providing peace and quiet with the gated residential community, Golfhill Garden lets you feel like you’re living in a university town with its proximity to a number of Metro Manila’s topnotch universities as well as recreational spots. Vibrant Community Located in ...

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Build Reputation, be HACCP Certified

Build Reputation, be HACCP Certified

By Roxanne Joyce Malabanan| Negosentro.com  | via ISCAHM | In the meticulous world of food business, it is imperative to be aware of the proper protocols or principles in food service. For any hospitality professional, serving not only good, but safe food must be a top priority. HACCP or Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point has the role of inspecting and monitoring finished food products to find, correct, and prevent hazards (physical, chemical, biological) throughout ...

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Jumpstart Your Culinary Adventure!

Jumpstart Your Culinary Adventure!

Roxanne Joyce Malabanan| Negosentro.com ISCAHM is a prestigious institution known for its top-notch education system and world class hands-on experience they provide for the students. Devoting to develop their students into highly-skilled professionals, the institution grew to be one of the best in their field, grooming them into successful entrepreneurs and renowned chefs across the globe. Celebrating their scrumptious success, the International School for Culinary Arts and Hotel Management (ISCAHM) –Quezon City held an ...

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A Chefspiration is Chef Joey Herrera

A Chefspiration is Chef Joey Herrera

By Maricon Mae Gonzaga| Negosentro.com | Good food creates good mood in every situation. Everyone almost have the same reaction on the sight of an appetizing meal. However, not every person is given the special talent for cooking. That is how chefs differ from other people. They are equipped with magic hands and meticulous taste buds which will surely bring delight to the people who consume their delectable and original recipes. ...

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Success at Its Sweetest with Sitsirya Sari Sari

Success at Its Sweetest with Sitsirya Sari Sari

By Roxanne Joyce  M. Malabanan, Negosentro.com | It has been a tradition of the Filipinos to bring “Pasalubong” for their loved ones. I can still remember memories of my childhood whenever my parents come home. I would always shout for joy and jump with excitement, unable to wait for their special treat. We Filipinos tend to be sentimental when it comes to preserving traditions and family ties.  Ofrace and Era ...

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Iron Saints Dance Ministry present PRAISE: A DANCE CONCERT

Iron Saints Dance Ministry present PRAISE: A DANCE CONCERT

In partnership with Christ Commission Fellowship, Iron Saints Dance Ministry present PRAISE: A DANCE CONCERT. Dance is often recognized as a form of celebration and this concert intends to lead the audience to God’s great dance floor. The phrase Praise itself evokes music and movement, which are means to worship the Lord. This year, we intend to tell a story we can all relate to – a story of how ...

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Career: Finding the Champion Culinary School

Career: Finding the Champion Culinary School

You might be thinking of building your own dream restaurant. One way of getting started is to enter in a culinary school. There are lots of culinary schools out there. But which should you consider? No problem. In this article, we will help an aspiring chef or restaupreneur through a checklist of things one must consider in finding the perfect culinary institution in the Philippines. #1 Culinary Courses Just so you know, ...

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Restaupreneurs, Here’s Your Must-know Culinary Facts!

Restaupreneurs, Here’s Your Must-know Culinary Facts!

Via ISCAHM You’re in the food business. You might think you knew the field you’re in. Well, do you have an idea that carrots were once color purple? Yes? Do you know why is a baker’s dozen 13? Test your culinary facts bank and read along:   1. Why Is a Baker’s Dozen 13?   English bakers were governed by a trade guild called The Worshipful Company of Bakers. In fact, England has a ...

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ASEAN Integration Success for PHILSME 2015

ASEAN Integration Success for PHILSME 2015

NEGOSENTRO.COM | Another year of success for the 3rd Philippine Small and Medium Enterprise Business Expo [PHILSME] held last October 2-4, 2015 at the SMX Convention Center Manila, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Philippines. The 3-day event showcased latest innovations and trends with participants not only locally but internationally from the ASEAN region. The exhibitors had the opportunity to partner with local distributors, retailers and manufacturers. Overseas participants in ...

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Let’s Get Digital: The Pinkyshop Story

Let’s Get Digital: The Pinkyshop Story

by Nicole Lantin Pinkyshop is one of the largest wholesaler and retailer of baby apparels in Manila—from newborn clothes to toddler’s toys. Name it. Unlike any other SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises), Pinkyshop started small but digital. Owner Marilyn Avillar first believed in the power of e-commerce before many of us started out selling pre-loved items via our Instagram accounts or through the “hanap-usap-deal” site we have known. Pinkyshop did ...

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Build Your Brand Name with Integrity

Build Your Brand Name with Integrity

Today’s marketing landscape has changed a lot from how it was decades ago. Professionals are now provided with technology that makes work easier for them and open new opportunities that were once not there. Still, this does not necessarily make things easier for today’s professionals. In fact, they still need to go the extra mile if they wish to succeed in their chosen field. This is according to past Agora ...

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“Honor history, then reinvent”, says Agora champion

“Honor history, then reinvent”, says Agora champion

Jack of all trades, master of everything. Marketing educator Karen V. De Asis puts a twist to the popular figure of speech with recognitions and successes in various industries under her name. This coming October 21, 2015, De Asis will be expounding on her knowledge and experience on branding in the forthcoming Agora Circle Conference hosted by the Philippine Marketing Association. The gathering, which will be held at the Marriott ...

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