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You know the names of these trailblazers—Clicquot, Pommery, Bollinger—but did you know it was their shrewd marketing and technological innovation that made champagne world famous?
The 17th-century Benedictine monk Dom Perignon may get the credit for developing the methode champenoise, but when it comes to creating the iconic sparkling wines that fill our flutes, we owe the lion's share of our thanks to the ladies.Beginning in the early 19th century ...
 
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These powerful duos are making big changes in the fields of education, transportation, beauty, art, and design.
When it comes to female representation in the workplace, Philippine firms continue to show they have no qualms about having a woman run the show. Data company Grant Thornton released its annual Women in Business report earlier in the year and it ...
 
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Only eight Filipinas made it to Forbes magazine’s latest list of 50 richest people in the Philippines.
Eight remarkable Filipina businesswomen made it to Forbes’ 2018 list of 50 richest Filipinos. The American magazine releases the list every year, which is based on the magazine’s estimates of the value of their holdings in listed companies and other financial and ...
 
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The production is actress Cris Villonco’s directorial debut, putting her in the ranks of the country’s sorely small population of female directors.
Red Turnip Theater launches its fifth season with a century’s worth of storytelling in A Doll’s House, Part 2, bringing to Metro Manila a powerful piece of modern feminism that, truth be told, ought to be required viewing for anyone considering marriage.The ...
 
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Globally, only 30 percent of the workforce in science, technology, engineering, and math are women.
The Philippines, according to recent reports, has roughly half the number of researchers it needs. The country has only 189 researchers for every 1,000,000 Filipinos, the lowest ratio in all of Southeast Asia.In a global economy where science and technology are the ...
 
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A cheesemaker from Davao, a sustainable living entrepreneur, and a mattress mogul are among the awardees.
There’s no shortage of Filipino ingenuity, and the world knows this well.One of our latest achievements? Making it big at the 4th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Women Entrepreneur Network (AWEN) awarding ceremony.On May 10, nine distinguished Filipino women were recognized ...
 
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When you just wanna to be lithe forever.
No true society doyenne ever admits she’s on a diet. That has been the case since the turn of the 20th century, when plumpness as a sign of privilege was traded in for a trim, toned figure (and the fashions to flatter ...
 
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"Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer."
Travel is proven mood booster, a beneficial experience for your career, and one of the most effective ways to increase your self-esteem. If you need yet another reason to finally book a vacation, remember this: You only live once, so you better make ...
 
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T&C's list of Manila's accomplished and talked-about young women.
An Alpha Girl has more to offer than style and grace–she makes waves and influences the rest of society. Here, we've rounded up Manila's most accomplished and talked-about young women of substance.The Skinny: One of three of Tina Maristela Ocampo and Ricco ...
 
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These women own big businesses like the nation's largest supermarket chain and the most popular noodle brand.
Business magazine Forbes’ annual listing of the Philippines’ 50 richest tycoons has always been dominated by men, with just handful of women present. In this infographic timed for National Women’s Month this year, we take a closer look at the women who made ...
 
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The ultra-private Finnish island resort will only accommodate 10 visitors at a time.
Greek mythology tells tales of fierce female warriors known as the Amazons, who were not to live among men.Today, entrepreneur Kristina Roth is building a similar community for modern wonder women on an island where no men are allowed. On the Baltic ...
 
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They weren’t allowed to travel with their own names.
The battle for gender equality has experienced its highs and lows. From winning the right to suffrage to the continuous fight for equal pay, women have been steadily breaking the glass ceiling. In commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we ...
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