Press Release: LBC Empowers Online Sellers with “LBC On the Move”

Ms. Jet Paulo, Asst. Vice President for LENT Corporate Sales LBC has, time and again, proven that they will go to great lengths to serve their customersand their ever-changing needs.

Recently, LBC hosted a special night for Online Sellers titled“LBC On the Move”. Held at Cities Events Place in Quezon City, the event served to introduceand enjoin the sellers to use LBC’s various online services.

Before a crowd of online sellers who came from as far as the provinces of Bulacan andPampanga, LBC underlined the services they can offer so online sellers can run theirbusinesses as smoothly and conveniently as possible.

Jet Paulo, Asst. Vice President for LENTCorporate Sales, explains: “There’s no doubt that the online business is at its peak right now.So looking for the right partner in helping social sellers with their needs is very crucial. Kayanaman nandito ang LBC para maglingkod sa kanila”.

Paulo was accompanied by the full complement of her LBC Sales Team who came to answerthe sellers’ questions regarding LBC’s Online facilities.

The online sellers were taken throughthe whole range of services LBC can offer (for businesses large and small) to simplify theireveryday logistics needs.

Two such services offered to the sellers are Cash on Payment (COP)and Cash on Delivery (COD). COP gives customers the option to add LBC as a pick up point instead of thetraditional meet-ups. COD, on the other hand, give the buyer the option to pay fortheir item only upon delivery. In both cases, LBC takes care of remitting thepayment to the seller.

visit www.LBCexpress.com, or call telephone +632 8585 999 (Metro Manila), 1 800 10 8585 999 (Provincial),+632 9086 522 (Solutions) and follow LBCExpress (Facebook and Twitter).

Maynilad’s Golden Kubeta Awards 2018 Recognizes the Cleanest and Most Comfortable Public Restrooms in the Country

Hello Sweeties,

When I received the invitation to cover the KubetaPh Awards I was frankly amused. Kubeta, restrooms, CR, toilet, banjo, kasilyas, loo whatever you call it is pretty much a subject that does not come up in common conversations unless you get the call of nature.  You must admit, it is an essential part of our everyday ritual.  I must admit I am critical of places that have atrocious toilet  facilities. I think a dirty toilet reflects badly on the establishment.

I am so glad that Maynilad Water came up this interesting award.   Maynilad’s Golden Kubeta Awards is an awareness and education campaign that seeks to bring the conversation about proper wastewater management to the mainstream. It also envisions clean and comfortable public restrooms in establishments, regardless of type and industry, all over the country.

The awards ceremony was held today at Ang Bahay ng Alumni, University of the Philippines Diliman, coinciding with the celebration of World Toilet Day.  World Toilet Day. Yes,  you heard it right.  There is a day that put emphasis on toilets and  aims to emphasize the need for safe toilets for all by 2030 – one of the objectives stated in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal No. 6: Sanitation and Water.

400 nominees were then narrowed down based on the current state of their comfort rooms, as well as interviews with the establishments to answer the question why they believe they should be among the Golden Kubeta awardees for this year.

From 400 they weeded the list down to 14 finalists  sent in by social media users via Facebook from the start of the year to the beginning of November.

The following criteria were used for the nomination and final judging:
 Functionality – e.g. basic features such as working flush and faucet
 Aesthetics – look of the comfort rooms
 Overall comfort – e.g. space, ventilation, accessibility, etc.
 Amenities – e.g. soap, hand dryer, toilet paper, bidet, etc.

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