Stronger as Juan: United response to the COVID-19 crisis

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  Over a year since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country continues to grapple with the challenges, which include the imposed quarantines and limiting of movements. Throughout this critical time, countless individuals and organizations have worked together and volunteered to provide support to those who needed it the most.   Among these is the Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific, which is celebrating its 25 th anniversary this year. Driven by its mission and purpose, CEB immediately answered the call to join other partners in mounting extensive relief and humanitarian efforts towards helping those affected by the pandemic. Truly, the collective spirit of bayanihan shone through, and Cebu Pacific sincerely thanks its partners who went above and beyond the call of duty at an undeniably difficult time. Aiding in the transport of much-needed supplies The lockdowns resulted in restricted movements across cities and provinces, which then posed quite a challenge in ens

Atelier, A website for Furniture enthusiasts.

Worry no more for furniture aficionados, a website catering for your needs is already launch and up now and running, it will cater for your different needs and style that modern living is gear towards for. WWW.ATLR.CO or ATELIER is introduced to the public last March 7 in A Space at Makati City presenting two local designers with international clamour.

Rosana Ombao, one of the three founders of the site told us that it’s their mission to give Filipino designers especially the up and coming a platform where they can showcase their arts online, the site is like a blog where reviews and article about a certain designers and its design is featured, with videos as well.

The brand design that was presented at the launch are Zarate Manila by Jim Torres and Vesta by Kate Blancas. Articles about these two designers are now available in the said site. Ombao clarify to us that they are not an online store, it’s just a venue to know more about the designers and its furniture.
Ateliers Founders, Pam Medina and Rosana Ombao.
“The website is live, we have several articles already, of course it’s gonna be updated anytime and we are hoping people will contribute eventually, it’s sort of a blog but it’s like an event page, it’s a continuing process.” Ombao said.

The said launching is called Kunsthalle Manila which is a German word of exhibition.  Ombao added that they are supporting young Filipino designers for now, and they also welcome some designers from the province.

“We are targeting young professionals whether they are into interior designs or furniture or not, most of the young people now are the one getting their own spaces, of course furniture’s comes with that, even with people who want to personalize their spaces thru furniture’s.” Ombao added in closing.

Ombao’s co founder is the web developer Migs Suelto along with Pam Medina. 

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