Globe Telecom continued to sustain growth with a 9% growth from the first quarter of 2014. It’s back end programs led by Project Wonderful which focuses on three pillars namely Nation-building, Brand-building, and Culture-building has helped its stakeholders create a wonderful world while driving revenue performance.
Multiple efforts have been launched to support Globe’s Brand-building pillar. Starting with its partnership with Spotify to provide users with music on-the-go. Globe prepaid has also introduced its first stand alone voice and mobile surfing combo GoUNLI20. Globe postpaid on the other hand beefed up its Samsung Galaxy S5 portfolio with the availability of the device in blue and gold colors. Tatoo Home now offers faster home broadband connection ranging from 10mbps up to 150mbps through Tattoo Platinum.
For its disaster-relief and response efforts under the Nation-building pillar, Globe focused on rebuilding homes, schools, and livelihoods in targeted provinces strongly hit by Typhoon Yolanda as Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery (PARR)-appointed development sponsor in Aklan. Taking off from the successful rebuilding efforts of brands such as Tattoo together with Gawad Kalinga, Globe Prepaid awarded Autoload Max businesses to families in Ormoc, endorsed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).
Focusing on the core dynamic between their consumers and employees, the company’s Culture-building pillar is leading a new culture-building scheme dubbed as 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.