InLife, UnionBank & GlobalLinker’s upcoming webinar aims to help SMEs thrive in the next normal

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And to help SMEs mitigate business risks and secure their employees’ welfare, InLife’s Corporate Solutions Division Head Lorenzo Luis “Bong” Gallardo III will present group insurance plans.

“InLife pioneered group insurance plans to help companies provide ‘A Lifetime for Good’ for their employees.For companies with as few as five employees to as many as 5,000 employees, InLife’s customizable solutions include life insurance, health care, credit protection, accident and disability, critical illness, retirement, and fund management programs,” Gallardo said.

To reach out to more SMEs, InLife partnered with UnionBank of the Philippines and Digivation to be part of the online platform called the UnionBank GlobalLinker.

“UnionBank GlobalLinker helps SMEs create and step up their digital presence, and connect with potential customers, financiers, suppliers and partners.And through our webinar for SMEs, we are extending our online reach to our entrepreneurs, to help them learn more about the trends, opportunities, and challenges in the coming year,” UnionBank’s SME Segments Head Jose Paulo “Jaypee” Soliman said.

Register to the “Ready, set, thrive! How SMEs can grow in the next normal” webinar through https://bit.ly/UBP_Globallinker_Event

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