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Promising signs for Clark investment as Beepo joins CILA

Aug 17, 2016 10:33:45 AM   Mark Engelmann 0 Comments

Clark, Philippines 17th August 2016

On July 20, Australian offshoring company Beepo and a host of other international businesses were inducted into the Clark Investors and Locators Association (CILA) at a lunchtime ceremony held at the Widus Convention Centre.


Beepo in the news: Gold Coast firm recruits Filipino skills to help Aussie businesses

Jun 23, 2016 1:40:51 PM   Mark Engelmann 0 Comments


WHEN Aimee Engelmann flew to Manila two years ago, her aim was to determine whether the buzz around outsourcing matched reality.
What she found was a fledgling industry with enormous potential.


Start-up’s break out year heralds big future in Asia for local entrepreneur

Apr 29, 2016 3:59:27 PM   Mark Engelmann 0 Comments

IT IS AS IF THE CITY WAS LIGHTING UP AS BEEPO REACHED ANOTHER FLICKERING MILESTONE. A stunning night view taken from the rooftop of Azzurro Hotel, where celebration of Beepo's 2nd birthday took place


University course in offshoring

Mar 14, 2016 12:39:49 PM   Mark Engelmann 0 Comments

Australia boasts a large population of local datacentres, cloud service providers and managed service offerings. However, it still has to compete with international rivals and, while some Australian organisations like to keep their processing in country, many others are prepared to move it offshore.


Delivering value for clients

Feb 15, 2016 10:56:27 AM   Mark Engelmann 0 Comments

Aimee Engelmann first travelled to the Philippines in late 2013 to seek out graphic designers, office administration help and some bookkeepers for her Brisbane-based marketing business. What she planned as a one-off trip turned into 10 week-long excursions within a year

“I was absolutely astounded with the level of talent, and it really did open my eyes to the way the service industry is changing,” says Engelmann.