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HII tackles ‘new normal’ shifts in doing business

Ehda M. Dagooc - The Freeman

CEBU, Philippines —  Human Incubator, Inc. (HII), an online services provider for businesses is holding a stimulating discussion on the shifts and turns of doing business moving forward post pandemic.

HII head for marketing Ceasar A. Ditan announced that the event which is set on May 28, 2022, at two o’clock in the afternoon, aims to provide experts’ insights on the changes businesses should adopt to meet the new demands and needs of the new normal.

To be held at Enspace Cebu Co-Working Space, 11th floor, Park Centrale Building, Cebu IT Park, the gathering of like-minded people, invites also other business owners, managers and decision makers, especially those in the accounting jobs,  to join the event—free of charge.

“The pandemic forced changes upon us, some of which are here to stay. For those in the workforce, a dramatic change has been how productive they could be while being away from the actual workplace.  When COVID-19 hit, it also had game-changing effects in the accounting industry,” said Ditan.

Known to be traditionalists and highly technical, accounting professionals have adapted quickly by using digital tools and more expanded virtual work. Or have they? Exactly how have they coped with the pandemic? And what does it look like, post pandemic? These and other provoking questions will be tackled during the half-day event.

The event features educator Professor Grace Socorro Larceña-Yomo CPA, MBA and Professor of the University of San Carlos’ Accountancy Department and SBE Graduate Programs School of Business and Economics (SBE) as guest speaker.

Yomo will talk more on “Integrity Accounting in the New Normal: Translating Pandemic Info Into the Integrity System of Accounting.”

HII will also introduce a business tool that gives you that “anytime anywhere convenience” in managing your business.

HII provides IT Business Solutions, creates online accounting, human resource and payroll management software, sales and inventory management software, and bespoke business solutions software. It also hosts business consultants advising Japanese companies wanting to expand operations to the Philippines.

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