Being a volunteer and assigned to be the Souvenir Programme Art Director cum Editor of the Filipino Community's Philippine Independence Day 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014 & 2015 and Bayanihan Festival 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2015 celebration in Dubai, I was again tapped to do the same for the launching of Filipino Social Club held on 31st October 2019 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai.
The initial plan is to have 60 pages but reduced to 52 pages only as some of the requested messages and articles did not come on time.
Photography for PR and Marketing is one of my top engagements and some of them are Hotels and Restaurants. During the early days of the construction of Palm Jumeirah Island, I had an opportunity to shoot for a few hours at the newly established restaurant called...
In accordance with policies and strategies of the Government for social distancing to combat the current COVID-19 pandemic, physical visits of customers are to be reduced or stopped. Pursuant to the decision, customers shall be provided with services online and staff have to work from home in certain scenarios.
We at Milo Torres Production have developed a BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN to adapt our processes in order to keep on serving our clients. For your current or coming requirements for CONTENTS, concepts or campaigns, our team is fully dedicated to keep on developing contents ideas because it matters more than ever.
LBC opens a bigger warehouse in Al Quoz, Dubai.
Company plans to hire more people to meet expansion goals.
LBC Express, Inc., the Philippines' leading courier and cargo solutions provider, is planning to further expand to the UAE and across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region after the opening of its new and bigger warehouse in Dubai.
The company has opened an 11,700 square feet warehouse in Al Qouz, Dubai to serve one of the biggest expatriate communities in the region, the Filipinos, as well as other residents. The new warehouse will also operate as its regional office for the Middle East.
Boodle fight is a Philippine military tradition that you should try with your family and friends. The mechanics are simple – hot and fresh food is placed in a long table on top of banana leaves and your mission is to try to eat as much of it as you can using only your bare hands. Once the table is set, all you need to do is wash your hands, stand on side of the table and when the signal to start eating is given, everyone begins to battle it out.