Biggest Annual Toy Sale is coming on November 3-5, 2017

You read it right! It’s that time of the year again when prices of toys go low, low, low! I make it a point to pass by even for a while each year, to check out toys on sale, and buy a few for my daughter, for relatives, and friends. And be ready for this one this weekend!

TOY KINGDOM TOY WAREHOUSE SALE
The biggest toy sale in the country is back! Find amazing toy deals at Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale, now on its 11th amazing year! Get as much as 70% off on branded toys, games, gadgets and more during this event. Mark your calendars, November 3 to 5, 2015 at Megatrade Hall SM Megamall.

Here are FAQs which may help you shop better:

Question: What is the event?
Answer: Toy Warehouse Sale is an annual sale of Toy Kingdom where branded toys & other items are discounted as much as 70% off.

Question: When and where is the event?
Answer: It will be on November 3 to 5, 2017 at Megatrade Hall SM Megamall. Entrance is at Hall 2 while Exit is Hall 1.

Question: What time will you open Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer:
Nov 3 (Friday) – 11am to 11pm
Nov 4 & 5 (Sat & Sun) – 10am to 10pm

Question: Is the event free?
Answer: No entrance fee/door charge/registration to enter the venue.

Question: What are the acceptable modes of payment?
Answer:
Accepted: Cash, credit card, Toy Kingdom gift card, SM Gift Card, SM Gift Pass, Sodexho Gift Certificate
Not accepted: Toy Kingdom Gift Cheque obtained via BDO Treats promo.

Question: What are the credit cards accepted during the event?
Answer: All major credit cards (Visa and Mastercard).

Question: For credit card transactions, can I opt to pay in installment during Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer: Only locally-issued credit cards can avail the promo. Minimum purchase of P3000 is required to avail of 3/6 months instalment payment at 0% interest.

Question: Will there a 2 hour special or preview sale for SM Advantage or SM Prestige cardholders?
Answer: No 2 hour special/preview sale .

Question: Is there a special lane for Prestige, SM Advantage, BDO Rewards, Amazing Card or BDO credit cardholders?
Answer: No special lane for these cardholders.

Question: Will there be a priority lane? Who can use the priority lane?
Answer: Yes, there is a priority lane for Senior Citizens, pregnant women, people with disabilities.

Question: Will there be a special area for children?
Answer: No special play area for children.

Question: Will there be an area where we can leave our belongings?
Answer: No baggage area area at the event.

Question: Will there be a lot of people during Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer: Yes! We are on our 11th year and each year the number of people keeps growing.

Question: Is there gift wrapping service during Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer: This service is not provided during the sale.

Question: Will you give free gift wrappers during Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer: Gift wrappers will not be given away during the sale.

Question: Do you sell the Toy Kingdom gift wrapper?
Answer: We do not sell the Toy Kingdom gift wrappers but Toy Kingdom tote bags are for sale.

Question: Can I have the items purchased at the Toy Warehouse Sale gift wrapped at another Toy Kingdom branch?
Answer: Our branches can only gift wrap the items bought at the store. They cannot gift wrap items purchased from the sale.

Question: Do you accept reservations?
Answer: No reservations allowed.

Question: Will there be an extension of the sale?
Answer:  There will be no extension of the sale however there will be other sale events in the coming months.

Question: How many cashiers do you have?
Answer: There are 24 counters which can accept cash, credit, debit and approved GCs as mode of payment. The speed of each counter is determined by the number of toys bought by each customer. Since the toys are really bargain price, a lot of people are buying cart full of toys and we appreciate a little patience and understanding from everyone in line.

Question: Will you provide the customers with plastic bags upon check out of items?
Answer: Yes, we will provide customers with plastic bags but you may bring your own tote or eco bags.

Question: Should I bring the whole family at Toy Kingdom Toy Warehouse Sale?
Answer: This is a warehouse sale and there will be lots of people with one thing in mind: shop and get the best toy deals. While we want to accommodate everyone, we suggest that you do not bring babies and small kids for their safety and convenience.

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European Higher Education Fair Philippines (EHEF) happening on October 18

One-day education fair brings the best European higher education institutions to Manila

Have you always dreamt of pursuing higher education abroad? Now is the time to embark on a journey of a lifetime – travelling around and learning from the best European universities at the European Higher Education Fair (EHEF) 2017.

EHEF will be held on October 18, 2017 at the Grand Atrium of Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong, and will feature more than 20 higher education institutions from Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden and United Kingdom.

The fair is organized by the Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines together with the EU Member States’ Embassies and Cultural Institutions in collaboration with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

“Education has always been and will remain a top priority for Filipinos. Many have found that the higher education institutions in the European Union offer opportunities beyond comparison,” said EU Ambassador Franz Jessen. “With this year’s theme being ‘Sustaining Innovation and Excellence,’ EHEF 2017 aims to showcase both innovation in teaching and learning techniques and curriculum par excellence of participating higher education institutions to a growing number of prospective Filipino students.”

 

Why Study in EU?

As a center of excellence in education, obtaining an EU post graduate degree opens up various opportunities. It gives one an edge in the corporate world and immediately taps into a network of international professionals.

Pursuing a higher degree in EU is an amazing experience. Travel within the member states is easy, thanks to its borderless passport-free policy (only inside Schengen…). It allows one to establish intercultural contacts, gain invaluable insights into a new culture, learn a new language, and grow as a person.

“Education should not be restricted within the four walls of the classroom. There is an opportunity for one to learn everyday, why not bring it up a notch up and pursue higher education in EU?” said Ambassador Jessen. “Through EHEF, we want to encourage all Filipino students, teachers, members of the academe to grab this opportunity and experience diversified and excellent post-graduate and doctorate degree programs from top-notch EU universities.”

During the fair, participants and prospective applicants will have the chance to learn more about the EU educational system and way of life through a series of lectures and talks, and will also have the opportunity to talk with EU alumni volunteers present during the event.

 

Erasmus+ Programme at 30

This year also marks the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Erasmus+ Program, an EU-funded program which gives support to education, training, youth, and sports in Europe. Ambassador Jessen shared that this year, 37 Filipinos were granted Erasmus scholarships and are now pursuing their Masters and PHD degrees in Europe.

EHEF 2017 is supported by venue partner Shangri-La Plaza, and media partners Philstar.com, Business Mirror, Business World, and Expat Magazine.

Admission to the fair is free, but registration is encouraged. Participants can pre-register online via www.ehef-philippines.com or walk-in during the event day. For more information visit @EHEFPhilippines on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

What ‘Progressive’ Means for Britesparks International School

The word “progressive” signifies that something is newer, better adapted to the times than whatever it is being compared against.

These days, the idea of sending children to a “progressive school”, understandably, is something some parents might still be hesitant to subscribe to, given that the term might make it sound like some fad method. Why, after all, would a parent take a chance with a new approach, when they themselves went through a more traditional educational setup, and turned out fine anyway?

In Britesparks International School (BIS), one of the pioneer progressive schools in the country, “progressive” is more than just giving up traditional practices for the sake of novelty: it is the recognition that education must adapt to the times, must evolve alongside the society it is preparing children to enter in the future.

“A traditional setup will not digest that some children may be naturally gifted in some aspects, and not as gifted in others. But there has to be a place that can see that potential in children, and that is Britesparks,” said Veronica Co, School President of BIS.

When BIS opened back in 2000, it was not yet the complete institution it is today. The institution began as a preschool for gifted children, the first of its kind with the drive to accommodate and include students with special needs in their usual classes.

Expansion
Through the years, the school expanded its range of programs, eventually taking on elementary and high school students as well, while still keeping this advocacy of inclusiveness. The move to its current location in 2013 in Metropoli Drive, Bagumbayan was fairly recent, but such was a significant one which coincided with its increased capabilities.

Today, BIS accepts preschool to senior high school students, with its subject curricula complying with various local and international education standards: its Math and English are consistent with Common Core, a set of teaching standards used in over forty states in the US; its Science, ICT, Art and Music, and even French curricula are consistent with various other international school standards; and its Social Studies and Filipino methods fully comply with DepEd standards.

True to its progressive nature, however, BIS does not simply stop there: the institution recognizes the immense value of a child’s social development, which must occur alongside his academic development.

The focus of the school’s methods is on the child, not the teacher: children learn through experience, collaborating through a wide range of constantly updated activities and projects which may cover multiple subjects at a time, consistent with the interconnectedness with which we process information around us today; a group project about cooking food can be an English, a Science, and a History lesson, all at the same time, as well as a subtler nudge toward the benefits of working together for something much more difficult to achieve by one’s lonesome.

When taken in the context of the school’s inclusive policy, it is no wonder that BIS students grow to be more tolerant and less discriminatory of those around them.

“I’m proud of the fact that our students do not discriminate or bully those who are special. It’s really different; the children are so well-rounded and enlightened at times, you’ll be surprised,” said Co.

“Progressive” might sound vague, but go back to its roots—just like BIS, in all its approaches, has always anchored itself on its long-standing policies of inclusiveness and experiential learning—and we find a more concrete term, one that every parent wants in their child: progress.

This is something BIS aims to deliver in all aspects, to ensure that the children of today grow into individuals fully prepared to face the challenges of the present and the future.

Check out some photos of the school:

 

 

 

Britesparks International School classes start on August 1. For more information, visit www.britesparks.edu.ph or contact (02) 966-8120.

Blog hiatus

Three words: Busy, busy, busy!
But I will be back. Let me just sort my mind first.

It’s August! Happy World Breastfeeding Month! Happy Birthday to five people who made me who I am now: My dad, my mom, my grandpa and grandma, and my darling daughter!

I will be back. And I will let you in my journey more.

 

Love,

 

Touringkitty

 

P.S. In the meantime, check me out on Instagram or Twitter (@touringkitty) and follow my journey #touringkittytravels. I’m more often there lately than on Facebook.

What’s EUr Story: An EU Essay Writing Contest

You’ve got EUr story to tell? Then join the European Union Essay Writing Contest!

Delegation of the European Union in the Philippines
What’s EUr story? Essay Writing Competition
Mechanics

1. Eligible Participants
This contest is open only to Filipino citizens aged 16 – 35 years old. Employees of the Delegation of the European Union in the Philippines (EU), its affiliates, advertising and promotion agencies and suppliers, (collectively the “Employees”), and family members and/or those living in the same household of Employees until the third degree of consanguinity are not eligible to participate in the Campaign.

2. Categories
The contest is divided into two categories;
a) High School Competition – This category is open to qualified high school students. Entrants must be enrolled at the time of the beginning of the contest period.
b) Collegiate Competition – This category is open to qualified individuals that are currently enrolled in local colleges and universities.
c) Open Competition – This category is open to all entrants that are eligible participants but are no longer enrolled as students. Young professionals and full-time writers are welcome to enter the competition.

3. Format and Theme
All entries should be written in essay format and in English, with a minimum of 700 words and a maximum of 1,000 words for the student categories and a minimum of 1,500 words with a maximum of 2000 words for the professional category.
All entries must written using MS Word, font size 12, font Times New Roman and double-spaced, with 3/4th-inch margins top and bottom and ½ inch margins left and right.
The title should be in font size 16, justified center in boldface and located at the very top of the page and proceeded by the author’s byline in font size 12.
The essay must adhere to the general theme “What’s EU-r story?”.
The essay may say something about the author’s, or someone close to the author’s experience in any of the 28 member states of the European Union* or in any of the Delegation of the European Union’s NGO or civil society organisation partners. The essay may also talk about other experiences or inspiration the author may have had with European influences or European Nationals in their environment or personal lives.

4. Delivery of Entries
Entries may be submitted by e-mail to the following address: whats.eur.story@gmail.com

Entries must be saved in PDF format and included as an attachment to the e-mail. Other required attachments are; a scan of one valid ID. Entries to the Student Competitions should also include a scan of the entrant’s school ID.

The e-mail subject must be written as: What’s EU-r story: Contestant Name_Category

The body of the e-mail should include your full name, age and complete contact details.

5. Judgment Criteria
The entries shall be judged on the basis of the following criteria:
a. substance, content, originality, analysis and adherence to the theme – 65%
b. logic, organisation and coherence – 20%
c. style and presentation – 15%

6. Campaign Period

Entries will be accepted online starting on April 1, 2017, and all entries must be submitted by 30 June 2017 at 23:59 GMT+8.

7. Prizes

One “Grand Winner” will be selected from the winners of the three categories. They will each receive a trophy, gadgets and other promo items from the EU Delegation to the Philippines. “Major Winners” from each category will be chosen, along with ten best works from each category that will be selected as “Finalists”. The works of the Grand Winner, Major Winners and Finalists will be printed in a compendium to be published by the EU as well as posted on Philstar.com.

No cash or other prize substitution shall be permitted. The prize is nontransferable.
It is understood that a participant when submitting his or her entry for the competition that he or she is allowing the EU Delegation to the Philippines to use his or her work for the purpose of promoting the Campaign and entry for purposes of advertising and trade without further compensation unless prohibited by law.

8. Winner Selection and Notification

The Winner and Finalists will be selected by a panel of judges based on the contest’s specified criteria. The Winners and Finalists will be notified by e-mail, facebook and telephone within five (5) working days following the results of the selection process. The Delegation of the European Union in the Philippines shall have no liability for the Winners’ and Finalists’ failure to receive notices due to spam, junk e-mail or other security settings or for Winners’ or Finalists’ provision of incorrect or otherwise non-functioning contact information. If the Winners or Finalists cannot be contacted, is ineligible, and fails to claim the prize within 30 days from the time award notification was sent, or fails to timely return a completed and executed declaration and release as required, the prize may be forfeited and an alternate Winner will be selected.

Further information:

https://www.facebook.com/whatsEUrstory/

Make brushing more fun with Minions!

If it were not for my parents’ diligence in bringing us to dental appointments and cleaning regularly, my sister and I would probably have a bad set of teeth.

And so we do this now to our daughter, who, not like me, didn’t like brushing as a little girl.

But when the tooth fairy teeth started to take her milk teeth away (a few months after she weaned from breastfeeding), our daughter became more mindful with taking care of her teeth.

It was hard back then to look for toothbrushes that would suit my daughter’s small mouth and teeth, and we’re glad to find Colgate Minions tooth brush and tooth paste!

Let’s say it together: squeeze, brush, rinse!

We used to have sooooo many tactics in order to have our daughter get toothbrushed. Tandem brushing (she brushes my teeth while I brush hers), Daddy and Mommy tag team to brush the squirmy baby, name it, and we did it. Plus, because of her rather small mouth, we had to look for a brush that would fit her mouth.

When she turned five, we started using Colgate Minions toothbrush and we’ve been using it for a couple of years already.

Cute in blue and yellow.

Touringkittyps
Top three tips on how to take care of your teeth:

  1. Drink water after eating. If possible, gargle immediately. So that no dirt will remain in mouth.
  2. Avoid dark-coloured drinks (cola, coffee, tea) that may lead to early discoloration of teeth.
  3. Brush every after a full meal. Do not eat after brushing.

As the new and permanent teeth kicks in, our daughter is very mindful of tooth brush time, and how thoroughly her teeth are being brushed. Glad there’s Colgate Minions tooth brush (that comes in twin packs) to help us maintain her pearly whites.

 

Get yours now!

 

~ Touringkitty

#galingNAMCYA: Saludo ng Kabataan sa Araw ng Kasarinlan

CONCERT: #galingNAMCYA: Saludo ng Kabataan sa Araw ng Kasarinlan

In celebration of the Philippine Independence Day, our young winners of the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA) embrace and reminisce our hard-fought freedom with music.

Music has been a potent mode of expression since the colonial times in the assertion of Filipino nationalism. It is still today. This is the NAMCYA’s way of rekindling the ideas and emotions brought about by our fight for freedom.

This is a partnership with the BGC Arts Center through its festival, “BGC Loves Local,” in the newly opened concert venue, Globe Auditorium, at the Maybank Performing Arts Center. Join us in our musical celebration as our next generation artists enthral you with virtuosic renditions of well-loved Filipino classics.

The concert features NAMCYA laureates Andrew Constantino (clarinet), Carlo Antonio Juan (guitar), Gabriel Allan Paguirigan (piano), Jeanne Rafaella Marquez (violin), Maria Gereberne Lozada (soprano), and Boscorale (Alvin Paulin, conductor).

This concert is also supported by Lyric Pianos.

June 11, 2017 (Sunday), 3:00 pm, at the Globe Auditorium, Maybank Performing Arts Center, 26th Street corner 9th Avenue, BGC, Taguig City Metro Manila.

 

TICKET PRICES: 1,000 / 500 / 350
20% discount available for senior citizens, PWDs and students with valid ID

Tickets are now available at all TicketWorld outlets (891-9999 or bit.ly/galingNAMCYABGC), BGC Arts Center Box Office and
NAMCYA Office.

For more information and other inquiries, please contact:
CHERRY BONG EDRALIN
8364928 to 29 (NAMCYA Secretariat)
0917-750- 0107, 0918-959- 3949 , 218 3791

#KoristaAko: Kristian Misa

Catching up before the first half of the year ends with blogposts so long overdue! Here is our next featured korista, a nurse based in New Zealand, and a co-actor/singer in one of the CCP productions I was part of, San Andres B.

Choral singing does attract Filipino koristas even when overseas. Kristian is one good proof.

Name: Kristian Albert Misa 
Current ProfessionNurse

Choirs Joined: 
Casa del Nino Children’s Choir
Casa del Nino Choral Ensemble
Himig Sanghaya Chorale
AUIT
Gisborne Chorale Society (New Zealand)
Auckland Chorale (New Zealand)


Why did I join the choir? 
At the age of 3, my aunt taught me two songs by Randy Santiago and she was surprised when I memorised the songs quickly. Back then, my parents were working in Saudi Arabia and my aunt had an idea of recording my voice on a cassette tape so that she can send it to them. After all her efforts to convince me to sing in front of the radio recorder and countless record overlays, she successfully managed to capture my singing voice on the cassette and snail-mailed it to my parents. The last time I listened to that tape was when I was 16 years old and until now I can still remember some of its contents – most of which are just me and my brother teasing our aunts – like asking our mom to send our other aunt a watch with a boxing glove that will punch her whenever she checks the time. Shenanigans aside, this is how my family discovered that I can sing. 

As I grew older and entered 3rd grade, I was drawn to a group of people singing and making harmonies in the music room just across our home room. I remember myself watching and listening to them through the room’s jalousied windows during school breaks. It was inviting; warm; and their sound had a sense of solidarity. At that time, I haven’t got any words to describe the sound I was hearing from the group. I was just entrapped, awed, and magnetised at the sound the choir was producing. Then one day, two of our school’s music teacher (they are identical twins) announced that they are forming a children’s choir and invited our class to join the audition. I was a shy and scrawny little boy and wouldn’t usually put myself in the spotlight unless someone is in the spotlight with me. Luckily, 4 of my classmates decided to join. This, of course, prompted me to try auditioning. After getting through the selection process, I was hooked and had never been not involved in any choral engagements that I have an opportunity to sing for since then. Looking back, I think it is the inexplicable feeling of euphoria you get when you hear music being produced that made me join the choir. 

What was that something or someone that influenced you?
No one in my family sings except myself and my grandmother. My grandma used to sing and dance ballet when she was in her teens. I can tell that she can sing because every night, she always lulls me a kundiman song “Basang Sisiw” which always unfailingly made me cry before I sleep as I literally imagined a lost chick wandering and getting wet in the rain. This, I guess, is where I got my empathy from. My grandmother always tells us to strive to be a better person and hone our skills if we ever discovered that we have one. She is my rock. She influenced a lot of who I am today.

Another person who influenced and introduced me to a higher standard of music is our conductor Katherine Trangco (Ate Katz, as we would call her, also conducts Auit Vocal Chamber Ensemble where Kristian and I first sang together -ed.). She opened my world to contemporary and avant-garde music which I have no difficulties of embracing. She was the one who pushed our choir to persist and aim higher whenever we study a piece. Her method of explaining why the music is written in such a way made us even appreciate and understand it. Her dedication to her craft as an artist and as an academic helped inculcate discipline and open-mindedness to each members of our choir.

What is your favourite song arranged or composed for choir and why?
I have a lot of favourites: Pamugun (Arr. Feliciano), Sat-sat (Trangco), Salitaan (Trangco), Magnificat (Arr. G. Swayne), just to name a few. However, the most memorable piece that I ever had the pleasure of learning is Brahm’s setting of Psalm 51 “Schaffe in mir Gott, ein rein Herz”.  

What was the hardest piece you’ve studied?
Chino Toledo’s “San Andres B” is by far, and without any doubt, the hardest piece I have ever studied. Its non-conventional time signatures, rhythm, and generous minor and major second intervals make it hauntingly difficult. Up until now, I never have imagined how I was able to memorise the whole choral part and some solo parts of the Filipino Opera.

Any choir/s or vocal ensembles you look up to and why?

Original members of AUIT Vocal Ensemble – simply because they’re just not humans.
Philippine Madrigal Singers – two-time European Grand Prix for Choral Singing winners. Emotionally charged interpretations; Musical standards; Range of genre they perform.
King’s Singers – Their sound; Musical Standards; Versatility despite all of them being male.
Ateneo Chamber Singers – Solid mature sound; Sacred music interpretations 
The Real Group – Jazz interpretations
Pentatonix – Pop songs
Swingle Singers – Vocal virtuosi  
Trinity College Choir Cambridge – Balanced voices
Tenebrae Choir – British contemporary music interpretations

What is your most unforgettable choral moment?
That’s when I joined AUIT Vocal Ensemble and premiered the contemporary Filipino opera “San Andres B” by Chino Toledo at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. I think this is my most cherished experience because, as an amateur performer and being a non-music major, I had to give tremendous amount of effort to learn and deliver the choral parts. I also had the privilege to work and perform with the best singers, musicians, actors, stage crews, and directors in the Philippine Theatre Industry.   

My choir now:
I recently just joined Auckland Choral, one of New Zealand’s premier choir. The history of the group extends back to 1855. Now, under the direction of Professor Uwe Grodd, we recently performed Bach’s St. John Passion in German. Being the only Filipino in the choir, I hope I can influence them to sing Filipino Choral Works.

Difference in culture:
All of our members can read music which is not common in choirs in the Philippines. In terms of how inclusive the choir is, we have a blind (soprano) chorister who has her own Braille version of the piece (this has been provided by the choir of course). The musical director also expects you to learn the pieces before you attend rehearsals. Other than what I have mentioned, there are basically no stark differences with regard to choral culture. 

#KoristaAko dahil:
1. Mahal ko ang kultura ng pagiging isang korista. 
2. Ang mga taong nakasalamuha at makakasalamuha ko ay nagsisilbing gabay upang mapaglinang ang aking sarili at sa kalaunan ay maituturing ko nang kapamilya. 
3. Napaigi ang aking disiplina dahil sa proseso ng pagaaral at pagbasa ng mga pyesa. (children, take heed! – ed.)
4. Higit sa lahat – dahil sa Musika.

Our final show for San Andres B (2013) at the CCP Little Theater. Kristian and I were dancing partners as well in this production. Triple threat! Photo by Kamole Orense.

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Touringkitty music: Ave Maria by Caccini

So happy to be back on track! This year started with my well-received performance as Sisa in Noli Me Tangere the Opera (read a review of my performance here). Recently, I had several singing engagements as a soloist. #goals for a soprano mom like me.

Here is one of those performances, which I really truly treasure. And made me rediscover my “hidden” love for Charlotte Church. Yup, the once child soprano who sings Pie Jesu and that car anthem, and is now doing pop (wah, can’t relate to her music anymore, but I can relate that she’s a mum–a homeschooling mum like me, that is!) and she’s kind of a political activist of late.

One of Church’s repertoire, Ave Maria (which I lately found out was wrongly attributed to Caccini–it was by a Russian composer), and here performed with a ten-piece chamber ensemble of one of my favourite groups, the Manila String Machine, here is a live and raw recording which I posted in time for the Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord last March 25th.

Contact me to know more about my music.

Manila Workshops: Youtube 101: Creating and Monetizing

Are you a frequent Youtube user? Like me, when I research music, or watch How It’s Made videos, my go-to site is Youtube. I have my own channel (CLICK LINK HERE!) where I gather my music and travel videos.

Did you know you could earn whilst youtube-ing? Yes, yes, yes! And this workshop will show us just how.

Manila Workshops together with Certified Digital Marketing (CDM) is proud to present to you their very first workshop collaboration. YouTube101: Creating & Monetizing This workshop is inviting moms who wanted to earn more through vlogging, teenagers who love
to go on adventures and share it through social media sites, kids who wanted to be the Next YouTube Star!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
1. Understanding the Content Landscape
2. Creating a Successful Content Strategy
3. Testimony: A YouTuber’s Journey
4. Monetizing YouTube
5. ACTIVITY: Come up with a YouTube Channel idea
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

DENNIS LIM
Head, Digital Media Services at ABS-CBN Corporation
Dennis is a new media professional with a 15 year career track and outstanding record of accomplishment for providing digital and online strategies that meet the ever changing digital landscape. He is an expert in developing end to end video on demand and IPTV solutions with a demonstrated ability manage a successful online video streaming
service.

 

 

 

 

Guest Famous YouTubers/Adobers: Lloyd Cadena and Mich Liggayu

JOIN US and LEARN more about YouTube!

DETAILS:
WHEN: April 1, 2017 | 1PM-5PM
WHERE: Pen Brothers, Makati City
LEARNING RATES:
Regular Rate: P1,500
Bring-a-Buddy Reg Rate: P2,500

Use YT300OFF and get a discount when you sign up!

CONTACT PERSON:

Veni – veni.anabo@manilaworkshops.com | 09272816651
Register Here:

Monetizing on Video as a Platform


This is in partnership with: Globe MyBusiness, Alfox Printing Services, PenBrothers.