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Dine Philippines Hits CDO 2014

via Interaksyon.com |

After its series of successful seminars in key cities all over the Philippines, the popular DINE Philippines Food Business Seminar Series invades the “City of Golden Friendship,” Cagayan De Oro, on Friday, September 26, at the Grand Caprice, Limketkai.

Now on its third year, the popular food and hospitality industry seminar that brings together topnotch chefs, restaurant owners, hoteliers, marketing managers, and other business leaders to talk about issues, strategies, trends, and concepts that are relevant to the industry. This year’s Dine Philippines series has been well-received in Davao, Zamboanga, and SOCCSKSARGEN will progress to Pampanga, Legazpi, Leyte, Baguio, Laguna, Bacolod and Iloilo.

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Dine Philippines Seminar Series Goes to South Cotabato in Mindanao

by Homerun Nievera |via FoodFindsAsia.com |

In September 12, 2014, the Dine Philippines 2014 seminar team goes back to Mindanao — South Cotabato!

This time with special guest speakers, Darah Consunji-Mateo of Good Burgers and Chef Myke “Tatung” Sarthou, the SOCCSKSARGEN team promises an exciting menu of topics for the food service industry in the region.

The roster of expert speakers are:

ADOLF ARAN JR. speaks about “What’s Hot? What’s Not? Trends in the Foodservice Industry”. He is a Food Entrepreneur, a Management Consultant for Restaurants, a Sought-After Trainer in the Foodservice and Hospitality Industry, and a Food Journalist all rolled into one.

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Learnings from Dine Philippines 2014 in Davao

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DINE Philippines 2014 was launched with a conference leg in Davao City last July 18, 2014. The half-day seminar gave its audience a better understanding of the role of Filipino food concepts in our country’s competitiveness in preparation for the ASEAN Integration in 2015. Speakers included Founder and President of The French Baker, Johnlu Koa; Director of GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications, Inc. Amor Maclang; President of Negosentro.com and is the publisher of FoodFindsAsia.com, Homer Nievera and travel writer, chef and food blogger of Pinoy Eats World, JJ Yulo. Contributory to the success of the seminar is the Davao Tourism Association, headed by the organization’s president, Sally San Jose, who also gave a warm welcome to start off the event.

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Pinoy-owned Gaming Firm in Texas Looking for High-tech Workers [TFC – Balitang Amerika]

By JV Villar, ABS-CBN North America Bureau |

April 15, 2013

HOUSTON As many struggle to find work in the U.S., one industry is certainly booming: gaming.

Bazinga, a Filipino-owned digital entertainment company based in Texas is growing and is now looking for talented individuals as part of their team.

“It doesn’t matter what age you are,” said Bazinga president and CEO Homer Nievera.

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Bazinga Inc: Paving the way for technopreneurs to go global

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MANILA, Philippines—The economic turnaround being experienced by the Philippines is one opportunity any business-minded individual must seize.  And seizing it he and his partners did.  Homer “Homerun” Nievera is one of the enterprising entrepreneurs, nay, technopreneurs, behind Bazinga Inc., a digital entertainment and solutions company poised to become a major player in the digital industry.

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