Professor of economics and Cebu Business Club executive director Fernando Fajardo recommends the necessity of a competitive strategy to meet an enterprise’s own objectives in order to stay afloat in an economic crises.


Without the right competitive strategy, a business is bound to fail.

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Power problems and blackouts continue to pest the Philippines’ business sector as private individuals, enterprises and organizations pursue efforts in achieving renewable energy sources that are also environmentally sound such as wind, wave rather than depend on diesel, coal sources which are rising also in cost.

Solar technology has a huge potential to grow in the Philippines.

The Philippines’ electronics industry is optimistic of the country’s transformation into the solar manufacturing hub of Southeast Asia.

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May a basket of opportunities come to your door, full of blessings and new beginnings!

Here’s to a good year, 2010, and to a more fruitful one, 2011!




Asia’s first and biggest budget carrier makes its nest in the Philippines, promising more connectivity to the region and less costly airfare.

Air Asia announces the start of a Philippine-based airline in a joint venture deal with local partners, “Air Asia Philippines” by 2011.

“I think the Philippines has been starved for connectivity. There is a massive amount of connectivity that is required in the Philippines.

If you look at Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia, the growth [of airline passenger traffic] has really come out of low-cost carriers.”

Anthony Francis Fernandes, Malaysian entrepreneur and the founder of Tune Air Sdn. Bhd.

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