Janette Toral is an e-commerce professional in the Philippines. She also specializes in blogging, software process improvement, digital marketing, and social media. As an educator, she is also an E-Commerce Education Lead for the Certified Blog and Social Media Entrepreneur Program (http://digitalfilipino.com/certified). This presentation is a storyboard draft for a video project.
Writing since 1995:• PC World Philippines• The Web• Link• Philippine Daily Inquirer• Manila Bulletin• Philippine Star• Philippine IT Update• World Executive Digest• E-Business Asia• Internet.com• Manila Times• Sunstar Cebu• InteraksyonMy first article – September 1995Twitter: @digitalfilipino
Philippine Internet Commerce Society Founded in 1997. Charter President from 1998 to 2002. Lobbied for the passage of the Y2K Law and E-Commerce Law. Stepped down in 2002.
Public Speaker since 19951. E-Commerce2. Digital Marketing3. Blogging4. Social media5. Internet security6. Process improvement7. Technology
Personal site started in 1999.Twitter: @digitalfilipino
Published 4 (PRINTED Edition) books:• DigitalFilipino: An E-Commerce Guide for the eFilipino (2000)• DigitalFilipino E-Commerce Workshop E-Book (2004)• Philippine Internet Review: 10 years of Internet History (2004)Twitter: @digitalfilipino
Public Speaker (Abroad) APEC, ITC, ITU, UNCTAD, UNESCAP events O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference http://digitalfilipino.com/about/
INTERNATIONAL VISITORLEADERSHIP PROGRAM (2011)
Congressional Oversight Committee onE-Commerce (Executive Director 2005to 2007) Policies pushed for and enacted: Consumer Protection Regulations on E-Commerce, ValueAdded Services, and Electronic Banking. Data Log Retention (NTC) Protection of Personal Data in the Private Sector Government Electronic Payment and Collection Systems
Technegosyo Bloggers Award 2013Source: http://www.gonegosyo.net/blog/caravans-and-summits/go-negosyo-holds-the-2nd-filipino-technopreneurship-summit/#respond
Conduct Build communities and movements – not campaigns. Not make unverified claims unless given by credibleand disinterested 3rd parties. Not allow others to make unverified claims even if it willbenefit us especially if it will affect peers in theindustry.