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CRCFI earns National Privacy Commission’s Accreditation for Data Protection Officers Training-The-Trainers (T3) Program

By |October 19th, 2021|Digital Sector, Expertise|

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) awarded the Center for Research and Communication Foundation, Inc. (CRCFI) a Certificate of Accreditation. The certification recognizes the institution as a highly qualified, well-experienced, and trusted institutional Privacy Trainer under the Training-the-Trainers Program (T3P). Present in the awarding ceremony are Mr. Daniel Rodrigo D. Reyes, President, CRCFI; Mr. Cyrus Paolo Buenafe, Chair, ... continue reading

Investments Needed for New Digital Platforms for Filipino Creatives, Say Speakers at Forum on the Philippine Arts, Media, Entertainment, and Advertising Sector

By |July 28th, 2021|CRC Events, Digital Sector, Economic Fora, News, Series of Economic Fora, Social Economics|

CRC in the Digital Sector -- With Filipino creatives making waves around the world, there’s little question that the country’s creatives are among the best in the world, agreed the speakers at a forum on “Arts, Entertainment, and Advertising to Steer Philippine Economy” last July 9, 2021. But if the Philippine creatives sector is going ... continue reading

An Emerging Super-Sector: How Information Technology and Telecommunications are Key to the Future of Filipino Creatives

By |July 16th, 2021|CRC Events, Digital Sector, Economic Fora, News, Series of Economic Fora, Social Economics|

CRC in the Digital Sector -- When eminent Filipino economist Bernardo M. Villegas talks about the future of the Philippine economy, he often points out that Filipino talent, particularly the talent in the Media and Entertainment Sector, are among the Philippines’ greatest assets. But drumming up business for the country’s creatives requires long term investments ... continue reading

Will the Philippines’ digital economy benefit from reforms encouraging Foreign Direct Investments?

By |July 1st, 2021|CRC Events, CRC Publications, Digital Sector, Economic Fora, Series of Economic Fora, Social Economics, Trends|

The Digital Economy -- What would happen to the Philippine’s digital sector if the Philippine constitution could be amended to encourage more Foreign Direct Investments?  Analytics, data science, e-commerce, and online services  may be some of the key growth industries that could fuel the Philippines’ post-pandemic economy, but they are all ultimately dependent on the ... continue reading