Techtonic Economic Forum


Techtonic – ManilaTech Convention 2017

Techtonic is the first economic technology forum in the Philippines that will support tech start ups with possible investors here locally and abroad.

This 2 days forum at smx moa will take time from 8am till 5pm together with booth inside for some start ups business.

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with Techtonic official host Ms. Ace Gapuz of When in Manila, we all know one of her project was Bloggapalooza and this event was very succesful, A collaboration with Techtonic and a start ups Businesses locally and abroad is a win win situations to all parties.

As we look forward after this event, job opportunities will start to come in and helping our economy back to the top as like before.

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Ms. Mys Sandico- President and CEO of PMCM and Founder of Techtonic spend time on how to come up with this kind of event, thinking the main purpose of having Techtonic. What really is the main purpose of this event and what are the possible impact of this event to our start ups businesses.

Creating this kind of event is just merely profit, but to meet potential clients or investors. Techtonic will give more opportunities to everyone from business to labor.

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Pillars of Techtonic, each of them have different stories on how they come up with this event they even spend time to travel abroad to attend convention and exhibit to come up with this kind of big event.

Techtonic will give us information of the latest trend in technology, latest gadget or event software like application to our smart phones.

Inviting you all to attend this Free event and meet be inform on the latest trend of technology and opportunities to a high paying job. Register and upgrade your IT skills.

 

Register NOW for FREE visit www.techtonic.ph
See you on July 29-30, 2017 at SMX Convention Center, Pasay City

 

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About Techtonic;

TECHtonic 2017 Manila Convention: Culture for the Future happening on July 29-30, 2017 in SMX Convention Center organized by PMCM Events Management

 

 

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Asia CEO 2016 Finalist…


Unveiling of Asia CEO 2016 Finalist at Marriott Hotel

PH Biggest Business Awarding Body reveals its 2016 List of Finalists:

Last Sept. 23, 2016 –Asia CEO Awards has released its list of finalists in four individual-level and 10 Organizational level business categories.

The 2016 business awards competition will culminate in a gala on 18 October 2016 at the Marriott Grand Ballroom, Pasay City with the announcement of the 14 category winners.

The event will also honor the Pioneer & Innovator in the Semiconductor Industry Dado Banatao and former Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario as Lifetime Contributors for the private and public sectors, respectively.

The call for nominations early this year garnered the highest number of submissions in the event’s history. PWC scrutinized  the selection process on the list of finalists…See the category and final list below.

Here is the full list of finalists by category:

1. Executive Leadership Team of the Year: Acquire BPO, Cognizant Technology, Solutions Philippines, Inc., Concepcion Industrial Corporation, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), LBC Express, Inc., Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority

2. Top Employer of the Year: ADP (Philippines), Inc., Concepcion Industrial Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, HSBC Electronic Data Processing (Philippines), Inc., IBEX Global, Microsoft Philippines, Inc., TaskUs, Transcom Worldwide Philippines, VXI Global Holdings B.V. Philippines, Wells Fargo Enterprise Global Service, LLC – Philippines, Wipro BPO Philippines  
 
3. Global Filipino Executive of the Year: Arthur Tan, Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. – IMI; Bansan C. Choa, iRemit; Carmelita P. De Leon, Healthway Medical; Edgar Chua, Shell of the Philippines; Frederick D. Go, Robinsons Land Corp.; Gerard Santino Inong, TaskUs; Gilbert Santa Maria, IBEX Global; Jean Henri Lhuillier, Lhuillier; Ric Vincent G. Atienza, iMaverick; Ruth S. Callanta, CCT  
 
4. Expatriate Executive of the Year: Coleridge Shelley, VA Tech Wabag Philippines; Inc., Darcy Lalonde, syncHRony Global; Eric Kaufman, IBEX Global; James Donovan, ADEC Innovations; Jared Morrison, VXI Global Holdings B.V. Philippines; Mark Lwin, AIG Philippines Insurance; Pushkar Misra, Hinduja Global Solutions; Siva Subramaniam, Transcom Worldwide Philippines Inc.  
 
5. Service Excellence Company of the Year: 24/7 Customer Philippines, Inc., Advanced World Systems, Inc., AIG Shared Services (Philippines) Business Processing, Inc., Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Infosys BPO Ltd., Thomson Reuters Manila, Wipro BPO Philippines Ltd. Inc.  
 
6. Most Innovative Company of the Year: FlySpaces, Kalibrr Technology Ventures, Inc., Manulife Philippines, PawnHero Philippines, PJ Lhuillier, Inc., The Insular Life Assurance Company, Ltd.  
 
7. Young Leader of the Year: Clarissa Delgado, Teach for the Philippines; Dingdong Dantes, YesPinoy; Jeffrey James Saez, NuWorks; Jhondie T. Abenaza, Zeenoh, Inc.; Joseph Calata, Calata Corp.; Luis Arcangel, Montgomery Fitch; Patrick Gentry, Sprout Solutions; Patrick Thomas Lynch, First Circle; Willem Tuks Lavarias, Eximius  
 
8. Green Company: Alalay sa Kaunlaran Inc. (ASKI), Imperial Homes Corporation, Sony Global Business Services   
 
9. CSR Company: ANZ Global Services and Operations (Manila), Inc., Capital One Philippines, Hewlett-Packard Company, HSBC Electronic Data Processing (GSC) Philippines Inc., I-Remit, LBC Express Inc., Marco Polo Davao, Philex Mining Corporation, PJ Lhuillier, Inc., SMART Communications, Wipro BPO Philippines  
 
10. Heart for OFWs: LBC, Magsaysay People Resources Corporation (MPRC), PJ Lhuillier, Sta. Lucia Land  
 
11. ASEAN Company of the Year: iMaverick International Corporation, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc., Wipro BPO Philippines  
 
12. SME Company of the Year: Beacon Solutions, iMaverick International Corporation, Oneworld Alliance Logistics Corporation  
 
13. Technology Company of the Year: Advanced World Solutions, Aseana Holdings, Freelancer.com, Pointwest Technologies Corporation, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro BPO Philippines  
 
14. Entrepreneur of the Year: Albert M.G. Garcia, Whealth Inc.; Bryce Maddock & Jasper Weir, Task Us; Corazon Ballard, RLB Philippines., Inc.; Dr. Eduardo De Leon Cabantog, Alliance In Motion Global, Inc.; Henry Motte-Munoz, Edukasyon.ph; Iyah Enciso, FAD School of Modelling; Jose Magsaysay, Potato Corner; Mario M. Valderrama, Marby Food Ventures; Mon Abrea, Abrea Consulting Group; Patrick Thomas Lynch, First Circle; Renato C. Sio, Sanitary Care Products Asia; Ric Atienze, iMaverick International Corporation; Sherill R. Quintana, Oryspa Spa Solutions 

Here are the following Judges for Asia CEO 2016: 

Dr. Bernie Villegas, Atty. Darlene Berberabe, Amb. Jose Cuisia, Don Felbaum, Arch. Jun Palafox, Oscar Sanchez & Richard Mills, the chairman of ASIA CEO2016.

About the Awards

Asia CEO awards, presented by PLDT Alpha Enterprise, is now on its seventh year of recognizing outstanding leadership achievements by individuals and organization in the Philippines and across the ASEAN region. It is the biggest business awards event in the Philippines that aims to promote the Philippine region as a premier business destination.

To Learn more, Visit http://www.asia-ceo-awards.org or call us 632 822 4129

Contact Person: 

Richard Mills

Tel.: 632 822 4129

For more details visit and Like the Asia CEO Awards Facebook Page.

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Asia CEO 2016 Finalist…


Unveiling of Asia CEO 2016 Finalist at Marriott Hotel

PH Biggest Business Awarding Body reveals its 2016 List of Finalists:

Last Sept. 23, 2016 –Asia CEO Awards has released its list of finalists in four individual-level and 10 Organizational level business categories.

The 2016 business awards competition will culminate in a gala on 18 October 2016 at the Marriott Grand Ballroom, Pasay City with the announcement of the 14 category winners.

The event will also honor the Pioneer & Innovator in the Semiconductor Industry Dado Banatao and former Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario as Lifetime Contributors for the private and public sectors, respectively.

The call for nominations early this year garnered the highest number of submissions in the event’s history. PWC scrutinized  the selection process on the list of finalists…See the category and final list below.

Here is the full list of finalists by category:

1. Executive Leadership Team of the Year: Acquire BPO, Cognizant Technology, Solutions Philippines, Inc., Concepcion Industrial Corporation, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI), LBC Express, Inc., Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority

2. Top Employer of the Year: ADP (Philippines), Inc., Concepcion Industrial Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, HSBC Electronic Data Processing (Philippines), Inc., IBEX Global, Microsoft Philippines, Inc., TaskUs, Transcom Worldwide Philippines, VXI Global Holdings B.V. Philippines, Wells Fargo Enterprise Global Service, LLC – Philippines, Wipro BPO Philippines 
 
3. Global Filipino Executive of the Year: Arthur Tan, Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc. – IMI; Bansan C. Choa, iRemit; Carmelita P. De Leon, Healthway Medical; Edgar Chua, Shell of the Philippines; Frederick D. Go, Robinsons Land Corp.; Gerard Santino Inong, TaskUs; Gilbert Santa Maria, IBEX Global; Jean Henri Lhuillier, Lhuillier; Ric Vincent G. Atienza, iMaverick; Ruth S. Callanta, CCT 
 
4. Expatriate Executive of the Year: Coleridge Shelley, VA Tech Wabag Philippines; Inc., Darcy Lalonde, syncHRony Global; Eric Kaufman, IBEX Global; James Donovan, ADEC Innovations; Jared Morrison, VXI Global Holdings B.V. Philippines; Mark Lwin, AIG Philippines Insurance; Pushkar Misra, Hinduja Global Solutions; Siva Subramaniam, Transcom Worldwide Philippines Inc. 
 
5. Service Excellence Company of the Year: 24/7 Customer Philippines, Inc., Advanced World Systems, Inc., AIG Shared Services (Philippines) Business Processing, Inc., Government Service Insurance System (GSIS), Infosys BPO Ltd., Thomson Reuters Manila, Wipro BPO Philippines Ltd. Inc. 
 
6. Most Innovative Company of the Year: FlySpaces, Kalibrr Technology Ventures, Inc., Manulife Philippines, PawnHero Philippines, PJ Lhuillier, Inc., The Insular Life Assurance Company, Ltd. 
 
7. Young Leader of the Year: Clarissa Delgado, Teach for the Philippines; Dingdong Dantes, YesPinoy; Jeffrey James Saez, NuWorks; Jhondie T. Abenaza, Zeenoh, Inc.; Joseph Calata, Calata Corp.; Luis Arcangel, Montgomery Fitch; Patrick Gentry, Sprout Solutions; Patrick Thomas Lynch, First Circle; Willem Tuks Lavarias, Eximius 
 
8. Green Company: Alalay sa Kaunlaran Inc. (ASKI), Imperial Homes Corporation, Sony Global Business Services  
 
9. CSR Company: ANZ Global Services and Operations (Manila), Inc., Capital One Philippines, Hewlett-Packard Company, HSBC Electronic Data Processing (GSC) Philippines Inc., I-Remit, LBC Express Inc., Marco Polo Davao, Philex Mining Corporation, PJ Lhuillier, Inc., SMART Communications, Wipro BPO Philippines 
 
10. Heart for OFWs: LBC, Magsaysay People Resources Corporation (MPRC), PJ Lhuillier, Sta. Lucia Land 
 
11. ASEAN Company of the Year: iMaverick International Corporation, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc., Wipro BPO Philippines 
 
12. SME Company of the Year: Beacon Solutions, iMaverick International Corporation, Oneworld Alliance Logistics Corporation 
 
13. Technology Company of the Year: Advanced World Solutions, Aseana Holdings, Freelancer.com, Pointwest Technologies Corporation, Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro BPO Philippines 
 
14. Entrepreneur of the Year: Albert M.G. Garcia, Whealth Inc.; Bryce Maddock & Jasper Weir, Task Us; Corazon Ballard, RLB Philippines., Inc.; Dr. Eduardo De Leon Cabantog, Alliance In Motion Global, Inc.; Henry Motte-Munoz, Edukasyon.ph; Iyah Enciso, FAD School of Modelling; Jose Magsaysay, Potato Corner; Mario M. Valderrama, Marby Food Ventures; Mon Abrea, Abrea Consulting Group; Patrick Thomas Lynch, First Circle; Renato C. Sio, Sanitary Care Products Asia; Ric Atienze, iMaverick International Corporation; Sherill R. Quintana, Oryspa Spa Solutions 

Here are the following Judges for Asia CEO 2016: 

Dr. Bernie Villegas, Atty. Darlene Berberabe, Amb. Jose Cuisia, Don Felbaum, Arch. Jun Palafox, Oscar Sanchez & Richard Mills, the chairman of ASIA CEO2016.

 

About the Awards

Asia CEO awards, presented by PLDT Alpha Enterprise, is now on its seventh year of recognizing outstanding leadership achievements by individuals and organization in the Philippines and across the ASEAN region. It is the biggest business awards event in the Philippines that aims to promote the Philippine region as a premier business destination.

 

To Learn more, Visit http://www.asia-ceo-awards.org or call us 632 822 4129

Contact Person: 

Richard Mills

Tel.: 632 822 4129

 

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AppStart


Appstart Academy: Creating Apps and Bridging Gaps In our world, there are those who create and design bridges. Structures that are integral in getting others to their destinations. Coming as a mission to help others erase the distance between them and their dreams, Technopreneur Ann Jacobe along with her team have built Appstart Academy from the ground up, a training center that will launch aspiring individuals to be successful Appreneurs.

Trainings and Workshops: Innovating the Learning Experience

– Winning in the App Economy is a 3-hour workshop that will show the limitless opportunities in Appreneurship. It will equip attendees the tools and knowledge to succeed in this field of business.

– iOS Development Immersive is a 12-week program that will enable Appstart trainees to launch their app in 12 weeks transforming their ideas into revenue generating projects.

– iOStarter Pack is a 4-hour/3-day workshop for those starting in iOS Development who want to learn the ropes in coding apps.

– Advanced Swift is a 4-hour/week month-long program that will help take your existing Swift skills further while you build your real-world app.

– iOS for Designers is a 4-hour/3-day workshop for graphic designers who want to gain the XCode experience and learn to present prototype apps without writing too much codes.

– Specialized iOS Trainings and Workshops for Geo-Location, Push Notifications, AF Networking, Messaging and others will also be offered soon.

APPortunity Initiatives

APPortunity Initiative is Appstart Academy’s own way of supporting and encouraging women to be active in tech and the app development scenario. Through it, headstrong women in tech can be sponsored by willing financiers, companies and foundations. Given the proper funding and support, every determined woman can finally be given the chance to learn and become prime movers in the App Economy.

APPrentice Program

APPrentice is Appstart Academy’s way of recognizing real talent and helping those who want to get started with their goals right away. With the “Learn Now, Pay Later or Join Us” option, students can pay as they learn with realistic terms or eventually be a part of the Appstart Team.

Using competitive learning strategies, Appstart Academy promises an immersive learning experience that can bring every aspiring Appreneur to global status. Appstart Academy ushers in a vast window of opportunities for them here in the Philippines and beyond.

 

 

 

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Just this month of July year 2016 Anne Villar Jacobe launch a company called AppStart, appstart is language development merely base for iOS or apple programming. It focuses to build different kind of application for iOS mobile and iMac application.

Let me give you brief story about the brain of AppStart, Ms. Ann Villar Jacobe is very active such as Hackaton, Hack2Bigas and so on as long as there is programming fundamentals involve until one day decided to study in USA to learn more about programming and this time is Xcode base.

Xcode is a language use to build an apple or mac application for iPhone, iPad, iTouch and iMac.

And so the day come that ann studied more about xcode and build an application for apple until such give birth to her first application called ShopAholic, of course there is a partner to be more precise for this project.

 

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Advocacy program by Alcatel


Advocacy program raises awareness about mental illness
in the Philippines

It’s a sad reality that in the Philippines, there’s an undeniable stigma with families whose one or more members are suspected to be suffering from mental illness. Most are hesitant to go to a psychiatrist for consultation because once the people around them find out about it, there’s a tendency to be looked at differently — to be considered not normal.

This, according to Edmundo Isidro, president of Open Minds Foundation, is a crucial factor why mental health continues to be a growing problem in the country. “Stigma against mental illness can only be addressed by promoting education and awareness about it among individuals, families and communities,” Isidro said.

For people suffering from mental health problems, the social stigma attached to their illness can make it even harder to recover. Their conditions are also made worse with the discrimination they experience not just from the society but from their families and friends as well. Recognizing this, Open Minds Foundation seeks to have relatives and friends of mentally ill patients gain a deeper understanding of mental illnesses, as well as help and train them to find ways to cope. The support group’s objectives also complement other private efforts, such as an advocacy program dubbed as the “Patient’s Equity to Support ‘Out-of-Pocket Expense’ Value” (PESO Value). Funded by Johnson & Johnson (Philippines), Inc., (JJPI), it seeks to develop models of healthcare financing including for mental illness.

Since 2002, Open Minds Foundation has been hosting a forum each month at the Quezon City General Hospital, wherein they invite a psychiatrist to talk about mental illness on specific topics. Their participants, composed of 30 to 40 patients and caregivers, learn more about schizophrenia, depression, bipolar, anxiety, among others. In addition, the support group also has a regular radio program to reach out to more mental ill patients and their families, as well as a call center that provides a directory of psychiatrists. Through these efforts, they hope to make the public aware that mental illness is a disease that is curable and can be managed, Isidro said.

Consulting a psychiatrist is what saved the life of a 36-year-old mental patient diagnosed with schizophrenia, whose name will not be divulged for personal reasons. According to his mother, who also wishes to remain anonymous, she sought help for her son when he was in his early 20s, after he manifested unusual behavior, such as having difficulty in sleeping, shaving his hair and physically hurting himself and other people. The family could not pinpoint the exact reason that triggered the mental illness, but they suspect it was because of the high expectations set on him as the eldest, or the stress that he experienced from work. Prior to his diagnosis, the patient was working as a mechanic in one of the country’s leading automotive companies.

Stress was also one of the factors that led to the bipolar disorder of a 46-year-old mentally ill patient, who will also not be named. A widow with four sons, she believes her condition started as early as in her 20s, when she worked as an all-around maid for her relative. Over fatigue took a toll not only on her physical health but on her mental well-being as well, which was worsened by her marital problems. These led her to be depressed, and after going to the hospital for her goiter, she was recommended to seek the help of a psychiatrist. According to her, she displayed odd behavior, such as being too talkative.

Isidro confirmed that stress could be one of the triggers of mental illness. In fact, there is an upsurge of mental illness because of work schedules and unhealthy lifestyles, according to him. He reiterated, however, the importance of consulting a psychiatrist or a doctor to correct their mental health. In both cases, the two patients are taking medications to stabilize their conditions, upon the recommendation of their doctors. While the cost is considerably expensive, they opt for quality medicines to ensure efficacy, so they only take it once a day.

More than the financial support for hospital confinement or to buy medicines, mental ill patients need the utmost understanding of their families who usually are their caregivers. In the case of the 46-year-old bipolar, it took a long time for her family to accept her condition, mostly because they were embarrassed. The 36-year-old schizophrenic, on the other hand, do not experience the empathy of his friends, who do not understand his situation.

Support groups such as Open Minds Foundation and efforts such as the PESO VALUE aim to free mentally ill patients from the social stigma and discrimination, which can trap them in a cycle of illness. With the help of various advocacy programs focused on mental illness, patients not only have higher chances of managing their mental health, but of recovering fully.

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HARTE HANKS OPENS BPO SITE


HARTE HANKS OPENS BPO SITE IN MOA,

LAUDS ANEW FILIPINO WORKERS

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Photo caption: Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held at the Harte Hanks’ BPO facility, (from left): Mayor Calixto’s representative, Atty. Ray Glenn Agranzamendez, Acie Arroyo-Cruz of IBPAP, Nikki Gilladoga, AVP of SM Prime, Butch Valenzuela of CCAP, Benjamin Chacko, Harte Hanks’ Head of BPO Operations and Jonathan Bondoc, Site Director of Harte Hanks Philippines.

Manila: April 22, 2016 — Harte Hanks (NYSE:HHS) praised the dedication and service-oriented culture of Filipino workers and called them the country’s main draw for foreign investors.

In a panel discussion, following the opening Thursday of the American marketing company’s new BPO-call center in the Mall of Asia (MOA) Complex, which was moderated by ANC Anchor Ron Cruz, executives of Harte Hanks and its local business said they decided to increase investment here because of the Philippines’ “very good” labor market.

“Filipinos possess a very strong work ethic and a culture of customer service,” said Benjamin Chacko, Harte Hanks’ Head of BPO Operations. “We have been always impressed by the skill and dedication of Filipinos who work for Harte Hanks. They have been an important factor in our success, and we look forward to sustaining our growth here.”

He added: “Our Filipino employees learn quickly, are customer-service minded and culturally aware of the United States, our primary service market.”

Chacko also attributed the steady growth of the country’s BPO industry to a highly-educated, English-speaking workforce.

Butch Valenzuela, treasurer of the Contact Center Association of the Philippines, who participated in the forum along with Jopat Lelay, project director of the Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines, and Atty. Ray Glenn Agranzamendez, representing Pasay City Mayor Antonino Calixto, said the IT-BPO industry hired 1.2M workers in 2015 and would add another 100,000 this year to 1.3M.

The Pasay facility, situated at Five E-Com Center, consolidates both of Harte Hanks Philippines’ former primary and secondary locations and creates seats for hundreds of additional new employees.

The US-based firm’s Manila affiliate employs about 2,000 IT-BPO workers, majority of whom are assigned at its primary location in Fort Bonifacio, Global City.

Jonathan Bondoc, Site Director for Harte Hanks Philippines, said the company prides itself as a BPO with a low-attrition rate, or turnover of employees, focusing on in-house programs that engage, enable and retain personnel.

“Our employees generally stay for the culture and work environment we provide,” Bondoc stressed. “We pride ourselves in a culture that is inclusive and embraces diversity.”

He cited the company’s program dubbed Promise Based Management. “It is quite simply ‘Who will do What by When.’ We apply it to both our internal and external customers. Our commitments to our employees is updated through PBM boards across our sites. It outlines the promises we have accomplished and those that we are still working on.”

Harte Hanks began operating in the Philippines over a decade ago with a buy-operate-transfer partnership.

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ABOUT HARTE HANKS

Harte Hanks is a global marketing services firm specializing in multi-channel marketing solutions that connect our clients with their customers in powerful ways. Experts in defining, executing and optimizing the customer journey, Harte Hanks offers end-to-end marketing services including consulting, strategic assessment, data, analytics, digital, social, mobile, print, direct mail and contact center. From visionary thinking to tactical execution Harte Hanks delivers smarter customer interactions for some of the world’s leading brands. Harte Hanks 5000+ employees are located in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America. For more information, visit Harte Hanks at www.hartehanks.com, call 800-456-9748, email us at pr@hartehanks.com. Follow us on Twitter @hartehanks or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HarteHanks.

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