The DigitalFilipino Web Awards aims to advocate the use of Internet and e-Commerce for business development, through the identification, promotion, and highlighting of best e-Commerce practices from various websites in the Philippines.

Monday, December 18, 2006

Nominate a site: Travel Category

The Travel category intends to spotlight on websites that provides travel related services. It includes online booking, travel agents, ticket sales, hotel bookings, car rental, vacation packages, travel tours, travel guides, travel writing, among others.

Nominate a site now by posting a comment on or before February 18, 2007. It should include the following:

Website name:
Website url:
What makes this website outstanding?


Richard said...


This is an inspirational and eye-opening travel blog about a young man's journey in going back home to the Philippines and finding himself and meaning to life. He also writes about his experience of immersion living as a local in the Philippines. This blog even transcends the scope of the Philippines as it has worthy universal meaning to humanity as a whole. But it has significant Filipino flavor to it and is by far the most moving Filipino blog or site I have ever come across. Although it's been featured by ABS-CBN and the Philippine Daily Inquirer, I believe it is worthy of much more exposure as his bravery and genius writings deserve a much wider listening audience. With ample following and the support of the people, I really expect Coconuter will somehow be able to make a big difference in this nation and the world in the future.

Anonymous said...

Site Name: Malapascua Beach Resort
Reason: One of the websites in Malapscua with online booking system for convenience of travellers.

Anonymous said...


This is an effort branding our home town Libjo in the new Dinagat Island Province. We are promoting our place for tourism. At thesame time promoting our only internet cafe in the Island province.

Anonymous said...

Site Name: Trans-Asia Shipping Lines, Inc.

A shipping company based in Cebu with unsurpassed experience in the Visayas-Mindanao area.

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Janette Toral is the site owner of At her highest value, she delivers independent insights through research, education, training, e-learning, consulting, public speaking.

She is a Fascinate Certified Advisor, Certified ScrumMaster, and Certified Scrum Product Owner. 

She participated in the IVLP or International Visitors Leadership Program 2011 (individual program) sponsored by the U.S. Embassy. Featured as 1 of the 6 women innovator at the APEC Women and Economy Summit 2011, San Francisco, USA.

She got recognized as Champion of Philippine Internet and E-Commerce Hall of Fame Award given by Asian Institute of E-Commerce in 2010; Globe Tattoo Digital Elder Award 2009; E-Services E-Champion Awards 2008 - Policy and Legal Category by the Department of Trade and Industry / CITEM / Board of Investments; International Schools Cyberfair Ambassador Award 2004 and 2002 given by Global Schoolnet USA; World Summit for the Information Society (WSIS) Philippines Awards 2003 E-Learning Category for her E-Commerce Workshop Online.

Janette, as former technical consultant / executive director of the Congressional Oversight Committee for the E-Commerce Law, was instrumental for the creation of policies in the area of consumer protection (value added services, e-commerce, electronic banking), data privacy for the private sector, and acceptance of electronic payment in government. 

As founding president of the Philippine Internet Commerce Society, she was instrumental for the passage of the Y2K Law and E-Commerce Law. She retired in 2002. Other organizations she served as board member in the past were the Philippine Computer Emergency Response Team (PH-CERT) and Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines (IMMAP).

She is a distinguished expert for the 2nd Expert Committee of APEC E-Commerce Business Alliance.

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