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TGFM publisher offers free ad space for companies in GCC, Asia to help them boost sale

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The Global Filipino Magazine’s publisher and editor-in-chief Mr. Gabriel John Rimando has recently launched an initiative to help companies in the GCC and Asian countries to strive and increase their sales and set their business up for growth through print ads as movement restrictions have been gradually easing. 

Companies in the GCC and Asian countries are encouraged to place an advertisement on The Global Filipino Magazine which prints 10,000 copies every month and is being distributed across the GCC. 

According to Mr. Rimando, who is also the founder and president of the Filipino Institute, he understands how Covid-19 affects the local economy, adding that the magazine can be an instrument to boost their sales organization’s resilience. 

“The situation now gives companies a hard time to figure out how to protect and increase revenue. Offices and factories around the world are shutting down, traveling becomes nearly impossible, it’s really difficult to turn this crisis into an opportunity,” he added. 

To help them regain momentum, Mr. Rimando is offering small and medium entrepreneurs free ad space on the magazine which is 1/8 size. 

The magazine is now on its third issue and since March, it has been featuring Filipinos overseas with inspirational stories to share. So far, it has already featured 25 individuals. 

Cons of getting your services published in a traditional magazine? Brand recognition and credibility. The Global Filipino Magazine has been making waves since it was launched in March. Research suggests that when one advertises in a reputable company, readers become familiar with the company, and a level of trust is elevated. Advertisers can benefit from this credibility when their ads are viewed as ads but as recommendations from a trusted source. 

To know more about the marketing support, please call or WhatsApp the marketing manager of TGFM Mr. Orli Gayeta at +971503196856 or email at filipinoinstitute@gmail.com.

Find the first issue here; and the second one here.

Ryan Namia
Ryan Namia spends most of his days reading over drafts of new written content and determining which ones make the final cut for online and print publication. He received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism in 2015 and has been writing since 2016. Got story to tell? Email him at eic@theglobalfilipinomagazine.com.

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