6 Apr 2018, 15:13 — 3 min read
Going digital especially for businesses in the Philippines is a must for better management and growth. With the recently launched UnionBank GlobalLinker, a free and innovative platform that helps micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), owners can now efficiently connect through a Facebook-like environment.
UnionBank’s UREKA Forum—the Bank’s lead social responsibility project and the country’s biggest e-Commerce mass conversion program activated 1,500 MSMEs into digital commerce. MSMEs have been given opportunities to learn from industry giants, jumpstart their digitisation, and convert their brick-and-mortar business model into brick-and-click.
The introduction of UnionBank GlobalLinker further amplifies the Bank’s advocacy for MSMEs to create a digital platform for business growth.
“We are strongly committed to empowering MSMEs in the Philippines by providing business solutions and other opportunities that meet their needs. Now we are going a step further through UnionBank GlobalLinker, an innovative digital platform that helps entrepreneurs efficiently manage their businesses,” said UnionBank Vice President and UnionBank GlobalLinker Lead Proponent Dino N. Velasco. “When MSMEs have access to this digital platform, it won’t be long before they find themselves in the global scene.”
Benefits of using UnionBank GlobalLinker
Business owners can expand their network and attain business growth with the features of GlobalLinker:
1. Connect with potential supplier, partner or customer
2. Build your FREE online store
3. Avail of exclusive offers and discounts
When companies enroll in the platform, they get a storage service called eBriefcase where they can upload word files, spreadsheets, and slides. These files can be shared between users of the platform. Members can enjoy up to 1GB of free space while companies have an overall cap of 4GB.
UnionBank GlobalLinker also has a built-in calendar that helps users set meetings. The calendar lets users view the availability of their links and set recurring weekly or monthly meetings.
Article Source: The Summit Express
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