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Kalibrr Joins Y4iT: The 15th Youth Congress on Information Technology

The SMX convention center was packed as college students, professionals, educators, IT experts and enthusiasts alike converged for the 15th Youth Congress on Information Technology held last Sept. 5-7, 2017.Spanning many plenary halls, the 3-day seminar—commonly known as Y4iT—held several talks by accomplished speakers hailing from all corners of the IT industry.Kalibrr was honored to join the educational event as our very own experts shared their knowledge: Joseph Pencil, our Vice President of

5 Money Goals Every Thirty-Something Should Have

Welcome to your 30s! You may be getting older, but you’re also getting wiser; in fact, you’ve probably begun to really establish yourself in your career.This means a bigger paycheck, better clothes, and possibly a few down payments on a house or car. It also means that it’s time to put your finances in order so that your 30s (and beyond) can be the best years of your life. Moving forward, what should your 30s look like in terms of money goals?1. Prioritize investing over saving Having a savings

Career Crossroads: Startup or Corporate? 5 Questions to Ask

Whether you want to work at a startup or in corporate, there are pros and cons to each. Here at Kalibrr, we believe that thereis no right or wrong job out there—there's simply the one that's best for you, at this point in time, given the person that you are right now. At the end of the day, working at a startupor at a corporate job can both be equally fulfilling. In order to determine which path is best for you, here are 5 questions to help you decide.1. What's my risk profile? Companies and

The Top 4 Money Problems That Executives Face—And How To Solve Them

David, 38, has been stationed in the Philippines for a decade now. As the regional director of a foreign digital marketing firm, he is responsible for handling teams of marketing officers to make sure they deliver the best metrics to their clients.He says he’s earning more than enough to comfortably live in one of the most upscale townships in Metro Manila. “Over P200,000 per month is all I’m willing to say on this,” he says.Despite this, he makes sure every month that he puts part of his earnin

Kalibrr Joins Y4iT: The 15th Youth Congress on Information Technology

The SMX convention center was packed as college students, professionals, educators, IT experts and enthusiasts alike converged for the 15th Youth Congress on Information Technology held last Sept. 5-7, 2017.Spanning many plenary halls, the 3-day seminar—commonly known as Y4iT—held several talks by accomplished speakers hailing from all corners of the IT industry.Kalibrr was honored to join the educational event as our very own experts shared their knowledge: Joseph Pencil, our Vice President of

5 Money Goals Every Thirty-Something Should Have

Welcome to your 30s! You may be getting older, but you’re also getting wiser; in fact, you’ve probably begun to really establish yourself in your career.This means a bigger paycheck, better clothes, and possibly a few down payments on a house or car. It also means that it’s time to put your finances in order so that your 30s (and beyond) can be the best years of your life. Moving forward, what should your 30s look like in terms of money goals?1. Prioritize investing over saving Having a savings

Career Crossroads: Startup or Corporate? 5 Questions to Ask

Whether you want to work at a startup or in corporate, there are pros and cons to each. Here at Kalibrr, we believe that thereis no right or wrong job out there—there's simply the one that's best for you, at this point in time, given the person that you are right now. At the end of the day, working at a startupor at a corporate job can both be equally fulfilling. In order to determine which path is best for you, here are 5 questions to help you decide.1. What's my risk profile? Companies and

The Top 4 Money Problems That Executives Face—And How To Solve Them

David, 38, has been stationed in the Philippines for a decade now. As the regional director of a foreign digital marketing firm, he is responsible for handling teams of marketing officers to make sure they deliver the best metrics to their clients.He says he’s earning more than enough to comfortably live in one of the most upscale townships in Metro Manila. “Over P200,000 per month is all I’m willing to say on this,” he says.Despite this, he makes sure every month that he puts part of his earnin

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