Digital natives are now open for business in the Philippines.
The Philippine Digital First (PDFN) initiative is a new platform, created to give the Philippines an edge in digital innovation.
The program is aimed at the digital natives of the country who are looking to enter the digital world in hopes of making a career or finding a new job.
The PDFN is currently accepting applications for the digital native program.
The initiative will launch this year.
In a statement, Philippine Digital first president and founder of the Philippine Digital Foundation, Joseph B. Mokot, said the PDFN will help digital natives to earn their living by giving them an alternative to traditional media.
“We want to provide a platform to digital natives who are considering becoming professionals, and are looking for a new career.
By supporting digital natives, we hope to give them the skills to work on digital platforms in a way that will be beneficial to the Philippines economy,” Mokots statement said.
The Philippines is the world’s second largest digital economy, with a population of about 11 million.
Digital natives will be able to make money through digital businesses and services like the PDPN, the Philippine National Library (PNL) and the Philippine Culture Center (PCC), which is part of the PNASI.
The PNAS has partnered with PNC, a leading digital media company, and will be a hub for digital natives and digital natives’ careers.
The PDFN initiative aims to create jobs for digital and digital-native talent through the platform.
The platform also aims to improve the productivity of digital natives through digital literacy.
There is a big push underway in the Philippine digital space, and PNAS will be the platform that helps digital natives achieve that goal, said Mokotos.
This initiative is part and parcel of a larger push in the digital economy in the country.
Last year, the government announced the establishment of the Digital Infrastructure Council (DIEC), which will be responsible for promoting the digitalization of government, businesses, and other sectors.
It also announced the Digital Transformation and Innovation Initiative (DTEI), which aims to promote digital transformation in the economy.
In the Philippines, the digital landscape is evolving at a rapid pace, said Daniel Galvez, head of research and development for Digital First.
In the past few years, there has been an increase in digital startups, which are focused on developing their business models.
The Philippines has a high concentration of digital startups in the government sector, Galvez said.
In an effort to help digital native talent and digital entrepreneurs to find jobs, the Philippines is offering a two-year, $30,000 scholarship.
The scholarship is available for applicants who are under 30 years old.
If successful, the scholarship will be doubled and they will receive a $50,000 prize.
The scholarship will also be open to applicants with more than five years of experience in digital media.