The Global WebForce PH Team with the Department of Trade and Industry
Pictured above: Managing Director Hitesh Parekh and Country Manager Angela Sunga with DTI’s ADR Dorecita Delima
March 23, 2018, Metro Manila – The Global WebForce PH team is one step closer in starting a very fruitful endeavor after a very successful meeting with the Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), the country’s executive department that oversees economic development through commercial innovation through the application of science, technology and progressive thinking.
Hitesh Parekh, the managing director of Global WebForce, expressed his enthusiasm in the very positive results of the meeting. “The team is very eager to start this project and its scale is a nationwide endeavor where our company will be able to help the Department of Trade and Industry’s advocacy in empowering local businesses across all the regions.”
“Last year, we had a very positive meeting with DTI about this project where we, as a company, re-affirmed our support for the organization’s goals of empowering local businesses, to enable them to harness their nationwide or global potential,” said Angela Sunga, the country Manager of Global WebForce.
“While we can’t reveal the full-details as of now, I can tell you that the whole team is looking forward to this nationwide project where individually, they can help in the development of their locality or home province,” added Angela.
Global WebForce, now in its fifth year started operations in Melbourne Australia, one of the most advanced commercial districts in Asia and the Pacific where the city is known to be a melting pot for diversity, ideas and innovation that drives a progressive city. Over the years, Global WebForce has serviced businesses big and small, Australian and Filipinos with turnkey digital services ranging from website development, software engineering and digital media management.
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