The past few months, we’ve been working with Makati-based athlete training and physiotherapy facility Focus Athletics in their endeavors to bring their training programs to new markets. We released this video (and some variations and derivatives of it), shot and directed by Honeycomb teammate Enzo Marcos, via Focus Athletics’ different social media properties
It’s been a fun and exciting time for our coworking space, Honeycomb Manila Coworking, with companies and freelancers choosing to set up shop alongside each other, in a shared environment that promotes productivity and fresh ideas. This is our take on the daily work experience, where we offer a ‘cure to the common cube’. Learn more at manilacoworking.com
Our coworking space and company HQ, Honeycomb Manila Coworking, has been buzzing lately, with folks of different disciplines and trades coming in to get busy.
One of our newer clients, Buhay Basket, an Internet-based basketball channel, has begun shooting one if its shows on the coworking floor, giving it an approachable, newsroom feel. Here’s Episode 1 of Upper B hosted by veteran sportscaster Mico Halili and gang:
One thing we do in our work with Fully Booked is ‘ride the zeitgeist’, meaning, to join greater cultural conversations of the moment. One example of this is a book review of we did of an installment of The Hunger Games hit book franchise intended for young adult readers, Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. We released this article the week of the film adaptation hit theaters. Here’s an excerpt:
I loved this book.
That’s a slightly controversial point of view, I know, especially since I’m probably in the minority of Hunger Games readers who think that. But watching the Mockingjay Part One movie today, I am reminded of why I felt that way when I first read the trilogy over two years ago…
Check out the entire book review on the Fully Booked blog: Mockingjay: A Book for the Weekend (and maybe a movie, too)
We recently began a series for DMCIcommunities.com called ‘Homeowner of the Month’. The idea was to knit the resident community together by having its main stakeholders at the center of the conversation. Our first subject was Dianne Roces, a young entrepreneur who runs a couple of really interesting businesses–one for humans, and one for animals!
This content idea was borne out of a philosophy we hold close to heart at Honeycomb: that people are at the core of this ‘digital age’ we live in. Though technology is important, it merely provides the platform for the human experience to happen online. Read More
My brother Kayo and I are avid surfers and over the past few years we’ve spent a lot of time in La Union, which has become our second home. Surfing is a beautiful thing–part sport and part art, it helps me stay fit and learn important lessons like perseverance, practice, and respect for nature. It’s also an excuse to take my wife and little girl to the beach where we share wonderful moments together playing in the sea.
Surfing reminds me to be more human and celebrate the wonder of life in the midst of creation. City boys like us need a bit of countryside; it makes us well-rounded people.
At Honeycomb, we embrace the idea that, like me or you, it is beneficial for a company or brand to be a well-rounded ‘person.’ It must come across as human, because it deals with humans who relate best with–you guessed it–humans. Read More