Tbelle goes retro to mark 5th anniversary
Gregg M. Rubio (The Freeman) - September 9, 2019 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines — Tbelle, an outsourcing company with an office at the Cebu Business Park, continues to develop and provide outsourcing solutions for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with its aim to amplify growth through people and strategy for entrepreneurial business drivers.

With this, the company is celebrating its 5th Anniversary with the theme: “Be Bold, Be You” in a Retro Style approach covering the year 1950s-1990s, unifying all employees who’ve worked so hard to keep the company growing this coming September 21, 2019, at Bayfront Hotel.

The event will showcase the employees’ creativity in their Video Skit Contest, talents, and most importantly strengthening each other’s camaraderie.

Belle Wiffen, founder and Chief Executive Officer of TBelle, said that the company is growing bigger because of the dedication, passion, and hard work the employees showed for five years and counting.

“TBelle’s main purpose is to assist in bringing your vision to life. Entrepreneurs, together with the co-founder and Director Travis Wiffen, as we are, this means that we are very passionate to help other entrepreneurs as well and train our employees towards global excellence,” Belle Wiffen said.

Belle, together with the company’s Chief Operating Officer, Angel Lou Pates – Resurreccion, are working on bringing more jobs to the Filipino people.

Due to the Filipinos’ professional ethics towards work such as being resourceful, passionate, and focused, outsourcing businesses are rapidly flourishing in the country. This allows Tbelle to live by its brand promise of providing its clients with optimal results simply because they care.

For more details and career vacancies, visit their website at https://tbelle.com.au/ or FB page at fb.com/TbelleCebu. (FREEMAN)

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