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From L-R: Globe myBusiness VP for Segment Marketing Debbie Obias, Globe myBusiness Senior Advisor Derrick Heng, ACPI President Miguel del Rosario, and ACPI Executive Director Rene Misa (pr)

Telco’s myBusiness partners with ACPI to bring more Pinoy animators to global stage

In support of Filipino talents, Globe myBusiness, the micro, small, and medium enterprise arm of Globe Telecom, has partnered with the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. (ACPI) to  further develop the skills of local animators and bring more of them to the global stage.

With a number of Filipino animators gaining recognition abroad for their work on several Hollywood blockbuster movies, the spotlight is now focused on the sector’s potential to offer world-class services.

“We are happy to collaborate with ACPI to further uplift the state of the country’s animation business through the use of innovative solutions. We are confident that our cutting-edge business solutions could address the technology needs of industries and organizations like ACPI to ensure that they remain competitive and ahead of the game in their respective fields of expertise,” said Debbie Obias, vice president of segment marketing for Globe myBusiness.

Globe myBusiness empowers businesses with a robust and complete ecosystem that delivers innovative client servicing on a global standard to create worry-free operations.  It has a powerful and stable Internet connection that provides 24/7 communication access with guaranteed 99.8% uptime;  data storage and back-up solution that ensures business continuity, promotes better productivity, and increases information accessibility; and different digital add-on solutions that enhance customer experience. (pr)

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