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Videos: 2nd IMMAP Open Mic Night at the Manila Peninsula

The Salon De Ning of Manila Peninsula was full house with digital people from Manila. Bloggers,digital marketers, PR people celebrated the value of goodness and communication with the IMMAP Open Mic Night 2. The IMMAP Open Mic has contained 3 sets of speakers which talked about #Bawal, #WhatRocksMySocks, and #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines in a fishbowl un-conference format. If you were not there, here is the chance to listen to the via videos from the Interaksyon Open Mic website of TV 5. Carlo Ople gives a recap of the 2nd IMMAP Open Mic Night. Check out more photos here.

#Whatrocksmysocks

Ivy Almario, Interior Designer


Marthyn Cuan, CIO at Meralco


Glenmarc Antonio, Famous cosplayer


Manny Osmena, Cebu’s top winemaker, Manny O


Noemi Dado, Founder and Editor of Blogwatch.ph
My talk was cut short . You can read the rest in my blog post. What rocks my socks is being a blogger and evolving to cover a larger goal- to advocate social change .

#ITSMOREFUNINTHEPHILIPPINES

Beth Angsioco, Reproductive Health advocate

#Bawal

Kenji Onglao, on classism


Acee Vitangcol, Digital Strategist


Joey Ong, Executive Creative Director of DDB Philippines

#ITSMOREFUNINTHEPHILIPPINES

Red Tani, President of Filipino Freethinkers, Winner of Globe Tatt Awards The One Category


Lynn Pinugu, founder of Mano Amiga, World Economic Forum’s Young Global Shapers


David Guerrero, Chairman and CCO at BBDO Guerrero/Proximity Philippines


Pie Alvarez, Mayor of San Vicente Palawan at 24, World Economic Forum’s Young Global Shapers

The Open Mic was made possibleb y Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP), TV5 and The Peninsula Manila and others such as Yehey!, Wunderman, 1DMG, Leo Burnett & Arc Worldwide, LoudWhistle, Ripple 100, GoMotion, TV5, Peachtree SEO and eLearning Edge. Media partners: Adobo Magazine, Inquirer, and Rappler.com. Official beverage partner for the night: Casa Noble

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