Patrick Segovia

Multi-hyphenate

Patrick Segovia is a multimedia and marketing practitioner, with a penchant for creative and entrepreneurial practices. He enjoys essential collaboration and the practical use of creativity in business. He is passionate about delivering quality content and impactful strategies. On the side, he mentors aspiring creative professionals and talent to navigate the sordid landscape of their respective industries.

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Patrick Segovia

Multi-hyphenate

Patrick Segovia is a multimedia and marketing practitioner, with a penchant for creative and entrepreneurial practices.

 Patrick enjoys essential collaboration and the practical use of creativity in business. He is passionate about delivering quality content and impactful strategies. On the side, he mentors aspiring creative professionals and talent to navigate the sordid landscape of their respective industries.

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The Highlight
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The Highlight

A painful and slow detour to eCommerce in the Philippines

E-commerce adoption for many retail brands was largely ignored until this business realized they were pretty much ‘dead
Other Reads

Today, it’s more difficult to become a professional photographer in the Philippines—here’s why.

It's difficult to become a professional photographer in the Philippines. At the end of the day, we're all just trying to make a living. We'll do our best, but it's an uphill battle. God—the challenges we have to deal with—it's tiring! Here's a list.

Should I even consider a degree in Photography?

In a decade where the pandemic accelerated innovation and technology, highly marketed 3-year Photography courses are becoming money traps that only cater to the wealthy and privileged. If you wanna make money consider taking a different course and forget about that pesky degree in photography.

Printing receipts and books of account at BIR plus other tips| Part 2 of How to register as a freelancer

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The Highlight

A painful and slow detour to eCommerce in the Philippines

E-commerce adoption for many retail brands was largely ignored until this business realized they were pretty much ‘dead
Other Reads

Today, it’s more difficult to become a professional photographer in the Philippines—here’s why.

It's difficult to become a professional photographer in the Philippines. At the end of the day, we're all just trying to make a living. We'll do our best, but it's an uphill battle. God—the challenges we have to deal with—it's tiring! Here's a list.

Should I even consider a degree in Photography?

In a decade where the pandemic accelerated innovation and technology, highly marketed 3-year Photography courses are becoming money traps that only cater to the wealthy and privileged. If you wanna make money consider taking a different course and forget about that pesky degree in photography.