5 Nov 2019, 15:20 — 2 min read
Cavallino Inc. signed a partnership with UnionBank to enable its small and medium-sized enterprise suppliers to go digital and grow globally through UnionBank GlobalLinker, a digital platform that provides business and networking tools for MSMEs.
“We look forward to finding possible suppliers and partners so that Cavallino can continue to efficiently grow its brands – Racks, Tenya, and Rackshack,” Denise Ramos, Cavallino’s Director for Operations, said to UnionBank in an email interview. Aside from business and networking tools, business owners can also find possible partners and potential suppliers through the platform.
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Through the partnership, Ramos also believes that the platform will help them to be more organized –utilizing it for setting meetings with their suppliers. “More importantly, to keep our files secured that may include contracts as well as purchase orders and other confidential documents,” Ramos added.
With UnionBank GlobalLinker, you can access various business tools including a built-in calendar, events promotion, and file sharing up to 4GB, to help grow your business.
When asked about why Cavallino is keen enough to support their suppliers who are MSMEs, Ramos replied: In the end, the growth of our suppliers will benefit us too. Their growth means efficiency for us in terms of how our orders may be handled. Most importantly, we would like to experience that said growth together and foster a valued partnership based on cooperation and support.
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With the sealed partnership, SMEs suppliers of Cavallino can now network with over 40,000 MSMEs who are members of UnionBank GlobalLinker. Aside from availing discounted offer for their business needs, they can also enlist their services to the ‘Member Offers’ section of the platform for free.
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