Opening strong for the first quarter of 2014 with a 9% growth in service revenues and core net income, Globe Telecom continues to sustain growth on the back of programs that bring to life its commitment to its customers, businesses, employees and the nation—collectively known as Project Wonderful.
With Project Wonderful’s three main pillars: nation building, culture building, and brand building, the telecom is embarking to help its stakeholders create a wonderful world, driving strong revenue performance with solid contributions across all business segments.
Sustaining momentum for the second quarter of the year, new and relevant offers are bringing to life the brand-building pillar.
With another groundbreaking collaboration with the world’s biggest music platform Spotify, Globe launched its partnership with Spotify and its first stand-alone voice and mobile surfing combo GoUNLI20
Subscribers now have more options as well when availing of the latest Galaxy smartphone.
Tattoo On-The-Go has started looking into its tablet market growth while, Globe Business segments also introduced various offers catering to their respective markets—to name a few, the Business Flex and Business Plus, the CCTV (closed-circuit TV) product, Globe Charge, and Google Apps for business.
Globe has also expanded its presence overseas, particularly in Spain.
For its disaster relief and response efforts under the nation-building pillar, rebuilding homes and schools, and providing livelihood in targeted provinces strongly hit by Typhoon Yolanda have been ongoing.
And together with Gawad Kalinga, some families, endorsed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), now have load business.
Focusing on the core dynamic between its consumers and employees, the company’s culture-building pillar introduced Project DNA, which spearheads the enabling of a service-oriented, customer-centric workforce, and empowering them to Deliver the Next Act—a mindset concentrated in providing a genuine, more caring, and wonderful customer experience.