Friday, August 28

Asia E-Commerce Expo 2015

Business Cards Exchange Activity at Asia E Commerce Expo 2015 on November 25, 2015 at SMX Aura, Philippines.  We value the delegates of each events we organized. We want you to have a collaboration for future projects or even friendship after the conference or summit under TAG Media and Public Relations. This, actually is part of the objective in attending events; to meet the empowered attendees who came from all parts of the country and beyond and to have a long term partnership after. We love to share and help individuals and companies to gain more knowledge from the speakers and to gain friends after the event.  

According to Troy Nicolas, CEO of TAG Media and Public Relations, "We will have a Business Cards Exchange Activity too on the actual event so that you will meet everyone at the conference. So don't forget your fliers, business cards and ready pitch, the bell will ring every 30 seconds."  For "Asia E Commerce Expo 2015," we will have a "Speed Networking" so that delegates will have a chance to meet all. We will endorse you to your target clients, future partners or maybe future friends, we never know. We will release the complete list of attendees 3 weeks before the November 25, 2015 event to those who have confirmed registration already and let us know what company you like to be introduced. That's what we do, that's our company.   
FTW! Blog, Asia E-coommerc, Expo 2015, #AECoE, zhequia.blogspot.com
Asia E- Commerce Expo 2015 (#AECoE) will be at SMX Aura, Taguig on November 25, 2015, Wednesday and brought to you by TAG Media and Public Relations. #AECoE will give you a unique opportunity to learn from, and network with senior leaders from the biggest brands in Asia Pacific region and in which the leading e-commerce experts from emerging markets, award winning e-commerce players and established e-retailers in APAC gather under one roof. Industry leaders will share independent experiences and insights for delegates from different countries. You can be a part of this inspiring environment and benefit from the excellent networking opportunities it offers.  

It features:
Sessions on ePayments, eLogistics and ePrivacy
Opening reception
Conference programme
30+ sponsors
Over 15 local and international speakers
1 hour of Speed Networking
Going Global

What will you learn?
Market analysis
Digital Marketing
CRM
Strategy
E Commerce
Maximizing cross border e commerce

Why should you attend?
·         to grow your business
·         to meet investors
·         300 APAC audience

#AECoE is not just about learning, empowerment and inspiration but a potential future collaboration that's why we allot time for networking.

Speakers confirmed are as follows plus 10 more awaiting for their confirmation:
Constantin Robertz - Managing Diretor, Zalora
Lars Jeppesen - CEO, Tech One Global
Jacqueline Van Den Ende - Managing Director, Lamudi
Kristian Melquaides - General Manager, Viber
Camille Montejo - CEO, Tree Top Adventure Inc.
Janette Toral - Founder, Digital Club Filipino
Subir Lohani  - Managing Director
Chinkee Tan - Book Author and Radio Host
Robert Yupangco - CEO, Yupangco Group of Companies
Frederic Levy - Founder and CEO, CashCash Pinoy
Spanky Enriquez - Corporate Communications Consultant
Bjorn Pardo - CEO, Xend Business Solutions
Quentin Boucher - Managing Director, Ensogo

Moderators:
Chris Kiklas - President, EmLogis
Pocholo Gonzales - CEO, Creativoices Production

Speakers are leaders in different industries and engaged in momentous pursuits of significance in the ASEAN region. Attendees are senior business people, high - ranking government officials and media journalists.

Asia E Commerce Expo 2015 (#AECoE) is expecting 300 visitors & up to 30 companies to share their products and services in the expo. For more info, please check www.asiaecommerce.ph & for partnership/sponsorship, please contact the organizer at 09166299381 or at maria@asiaecommerce.ph


Registration Fee per delegate: Php 3,000.00 (Inclusion: Snacks and Elegant Lunch, Conference and Expo).

Wednesday, August 26

PTX Manila

I vowed to watch a concert if I had the funds for it and the moment has come. I also didn't care if I had to watch something alone. Heck, I have watched movies on my own back in the day. I bought tickets of the first of the many concerts I will go to. I have skipped a few concerts this year cause of well the lack of money. Others were hideously expensive that I just had to turn a blind eye and ardently said NO! I thought that what better way to break my concert cherry than watch my all time favorite Pentatonix!

If you do not know Pentatonix, how could you not?! LOLJK! I first saw them from one of the a capella TV Show - The Sing Off which is hosted by Nick Lachey, yes the same guy from 98 degrees! PTX won the third season of the show, it was not a surprise that they won. Yes, I just happen to stumble upon the show because during December most of the TV shows I watch are either on a winter break or a hiatus for the holidays.

They had the sickest beats, amazing harmony and crazy good arrangements. You may know a capella from the movie Pitch Perfect but did you know that there is a annual compilation of college a capella songs called BOCA(Best of College A Capella)? Go, google it.
Skipping to the main act. We arrived with just enough time to find a seat. Our seats were well thought of, I always wanted to be seated at the center be it for a movie and this time it works well for a concert.

We had so much fun that I felt the hour and a half just passed by so fast! I wanted more! It was exhilarating and mind you, I had LSS the whole week after the concert. I just wished it didn't end that fast. I love the energy and how everyone was really one with the group.
We had this short moment of goosies from the show, we were told to sing parts of their original song and they had to say goodbye. We sang when they left and they came back for an encore! They could not just end the show without playing my favorite set! PTX and Daft Punk is a union like PB and J! Check their Grammy award winning song in Youtube.

I can't believe it took me this long to blog about this! But it was a night to remember and certainly worth every penny. I know the photos and my lack of great story telling is not enough but it's far too different when you are in the crowd singing your heart out. I thought I was a fan but when I saw kids bringing led neon signs and their DIY shirts, well hats off to you kiddos with so much time on their hands.

Til next time PTX! Til next time! Btw, they have a documentary, check it out from their Youtube channel.