#CulturePH - Digital Business Jumpstart with Derek Gehl
The Philippines stand among the frontline digital economies in the region. With over 44 million users, the country is the second highest ranking in Southeast Asia and the 6th in the whole of Asia in terms of Internet users according to the Asia Digital Marketing Association (ADMA) and the Internet World statistics.
As such, the state of digital and internet marketing in the Philippines presents tremendous and far-reaching implications for exponential growth for businesses plying the online route.
Clearly, the Philippines has a very substantial digital marketing ecosystem that is set to grow exponentially to twice its size now by the year 2016 according to Julian Persaud, Google’s Managing Director in Southeast Asia. This is a very important fact to consider, particularly for business owners trying to explore the effectiveness of investing in digital marketing in the Philippines.
ABOUT DEREK GEHL
Introducing Derek Gehl, one of the early pioneer and foremost authority on Internet Marketing with more than 20 years’ experience in the industry. Gehl is coming to the Philippines to show Filipinos how to earn passive income and become financially free by living the internet lifestyle.
Just Google “Derek Gehl” and you’ll find there are over 124,000 webpages talking about him. He has also been featured on Channel News Asia, The Sunday Times, NTV7, Lianhe Zaobao, Star, PC World, Yahoo Small Business, MSNBC, Entrepreneur, CNN Money, Radio 938Live and more.
Currently, Gehl is the CEO of Gehl Media which partners with industry experts in various niches including digital business, property investing and autism support. Based in Canada, the charismatic speaker has been travelling the world, teaching people how to start and run their own online business, by living an “internet lifestyle” of their choice.
Do you know that Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) provides the Philippines with 1.3 million jobs and US$25 billion in revenue. By 2017, BPO is expected to provide more foreign revenue than remittances – the republic’s traditional source of foreign exchange.
However, Gehl added the above scenario may not be so rosy after US President Donald Trump threatened to pull back overseas jobs from third world countries. Previously, Call Centers -- which is Philippines’ flagship outsourcing industry has enjoyed a long boom through US driven businesses, but now the good times may be over, affecting the livelihood of all Filipinos with less jobs available.
Therefore it is a good time to acquire internet marketing skills to generate an extra source of income in light of the current economic situation.
During the 1-Day Intensive Workshop on “DIGITAL BUSINESS JUMPSTART: How To Start A Digital Business & See Real Results In 2017,” Gehl will help participants discover a business that they can work on, when they want, and where they want.
“This workshop is suitable for anyone who desires to start their own Internet business during their spare time. You do NOT need a business idea, or advanced technical skills to participate in the Digital Business Jumpstart program,” said Gehl.
Besides individuals, small businesses will also benefit from this internet workshop by learning how to tap on these internet marketing solutions for their businesses, and learn how to overcome their fears, lack of time, budget, and personnel, etc.
Click on this link to register now: http://entrepreneurignited.com.
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