Saturday, February 4, 2017

Squeaky-clean hands with Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers

Like every mom, I ensure that my child gets protection she needs as she explores the world. And creating a nurturing environment where my daughter can thrive proves to be challenging since kids her age tend to be increasingly curious and explorative.

While outdoor play allows more intereactions with people, animals and other things, it exposes her to microbes and possible sicknesses. The world is full of germs and viruses that can spread like wildfire through touching.  Studies have shown that almost 80 percent of common infections can be spread through contaminated hands.  This is that reason why  I often stress on the importance of hand washing and  proper hand  hygiene to ward off sickness and prevent spreading germs to others.

An important  first-line defense against the spread of influenza, diarrhea and most diseases is keeping a good hand hygiene.  Keeping the hands clean whether at home, at work, or traveling is a must for meticulous mothers like me to  protect myself, my family, and others.

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But at times, access to Best Organic Baby soap and water becomes hard especially  for my growing up kid.  She is often  out and about touching  germs throughout the day  and the sink isn’t always around when she needs them.  That’s where hand sanitizers come to the rescue.

Stashing a Belo Baby hand sanitizer can be my daughter's  security blanket. Keeping a sanitizer handy is a great way to keep her hands fresh and clean from time to time.

With Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers, she can squirt to her  hand’s delight without worry of any harmful chemicals. Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers, is Belo Baby's  newest product line which is crafted with care for the most delicate skin, for the most meticulous moms.

I love that Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers are hypoallergenic and dermatologist-tested.  You see, my daughter has sensitive skin plus a history of asthma. She has sensitivivity to botanicals and herbs in most  products. And so we use baby products sparingly at home since it  is gentler on the skin than other products. I also take great care in reading the labels on what she puts on  her young skin that might be potentially contaminated with dangerous chemicals causing irritation and triggering asthma attacks.

My daughter was excited to to use the   hand sanitizers  on her hands.  She applied  a palm-full of product and rub vigorously to distribute the sanitizer between her fingers, wrists and on the backs of each hand.

We waited for a few minutes to see if there is any allergic reaction, and we were relieved that there wasn't.  She loves the peach variant. It has a soft, juicy scent that stands out.

Do try out Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers.  It kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria, equipping you with the best protective care for your family.  Belo Baby Hand Sanitizers come in Peach, Green Apple, and Blueberry.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

PAMI and Economic Experts Discuss Economic Outlook for 2017

,(L-R) PAMI CEO and President- Eric S. Lustre, AIA Head of Investment Strategy and Investment Advisory- Kevin Ng, Philam Life Head of Fixed Income and Corporate Finance Vincent Daffon, Writer and Economist - Bernardo Villegas, Secretary of Budget and Management - Benjamin Diokno, PAMI Head of Investments Eduardo “Junie” Banaag Jr., and The Asset Magazine Editor-in-chief Daniel Yu

Philam Asset Management, Inc. (PAMI) in partnership with The Asset Magazine, recently held their first Economic Outlook for the year, entitled “2017 Unboxed: Unleash the Market’s Potential” at the Blue Leaf Events Pavilion in Taguig City. 

The event brought together Secretary of Budget and Management Mr. Benjamin Diokno, famed writer and economist Bernardo Villegas, AIA Head of Investment Strategy and Investment Advisory Kevin Ng, PAMI Head of Investments Eduardo Banaag, and Philam Life Head of Fixed Income and Corporate Finance Vincent Daffon to share their economic outlook for the year.  Over 200 PAMI distributors and clients participated in the said activity,

Experts Exchange

Kevin Ng covered Global Macroeconomy with key points on global economic growth specifically the US, China, and Europe while Secretary Diokno spoke about infrastructure development, human capital development, competitive tax regime, and plans to lower the cost of doing business. He presented Php 8 trillion to Php 9 trillion spending on public infrastructure from 2017 to 2022 which is projected to generate 700,000 jobs annually in the medium term. Sec. Diokno also presented the goal to achieve high-middle income status by 2022 and initiatives to reduce red tape with Project Repeal.

Dr. Bernardo Villegas, on the other hand, shared his insights on the growth of emerging markets and the Asian economic and consumer trends. He enumerated engines that will drive the Philippine economic growth such as young population, BPO industry, Infrastructure, Domestic Tourism, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), Public-Private Partnerships, Agriculture, and Manufacturing. He foresees a maximum economic growth rate of 8% for the Philippines.

For the local equity market, PAMI Head of Investments Eduardo Banaag, addressed questions related to risk, political climate, increase in the US interest rates, the weaker Peso, changes in the local tax policy, and the increase in government spending to support growth while Philam Life’s Head of Fixed Income and Corporate Finance, Vincent Daffon shared the fixed income yield by the end of 2017.

A Surge in Investment

2016 had many unexpected turns but PAMI executives and the economic experts look forward to what lies ahead. With uncertainty at a high, opportunities run deep. All speakers agreed that the Philippine Economy will continue to stay strong and that now is definitely the most perfect time to invest.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Circle Coin launches in Manila

Last January 28, 2017, Circle Coin was formally launched in an event held at the K-Pub BBQ in The Fort Strip, attended by Circle Coin Japan delegates and its Filipino key partners. Fujimaru Nichols represented the Japan delegates while Jeremille Raton stood for its local counterparts.

The emerging digital currency in the Finance Technology (FinTech) World which originated from Japan, is more than just  a currency. Circle Coin comes  with an original mileage program where users can enjoy various privileges such as CCNAVI  it's affiliate program.

Financial technology, also known as FinTech, is an industry composed of companies that use technology with available resources to compete in the marketplace of traditional financial institutions. And Bitcoins, like gold,  it tops when when it comes to commodity trading. 

Bitcoin is similar to commodities since it can be bought and sold. Its price is regulated by pure supply and demand. Without any demand, the Bitcoin price will drop. Hence, Bitcoins do create an economy of its own.

Bitcoins operate the same as cash. Those in possession of Bitcoins  has the ability to do with it what they please. Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrency, which means that it cannot be easily be shutdown or countefeited.

A total of 200 guests joined in the Circle Coin kick off party and took part in  raffle prize giveaway where 20 gadgets and 24" Flat Screen LED TV were given away to the lucky winners.

Bitcoin is the future of currencies as it has no Borders, nor Limits!

Join in the FinTech world and open the door to Digital Currency by registering with Circle Coin.

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