Pokemon Go for Business

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Move over, Messenger and Facebook. Pokemon Go has dethroned you without breaking a sweat.

Barely 2 weeks in, Pokemon Go has not just become a part of every smartphone-holding Flipino’s routine; it has sparked the need to walk around streets to visit Pokestops, compete in Pokegyms and of course, collect Pokemons—and for what reason? To simply catch ‘em all.

The Pokemon Go phenomenon in the country is real and as entrepreneurs and marketers, we should see the potential in this craze and make the most out of it. Together with the help of advertising and marketing practitioners, I conducted research and case studies to formulate a holistic marketing campaign making use of the top app but here’s the thing—it’s too damn expensive when it really shouldn’t be.

What: Pokemon Go for Business

Who: To be conducted by Claire Jariss Manlapas

When: Thursday, August 25, 4-7pm (3hrs)

For: Entrepreneurs and marketers

Only 30 slots available

Cost: Php750 per head

This will cover the seminar fee, venue, basic facilities, food and drinks

Free consultation follows right after the talk. 🙂

To secure your slot, please don’t forget to register via Eventbrite:


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Finding out how you can use Pokemon Go for Business shouldn’t be as rare as finding a Charizard. This learning sessions will help you get familiarized with the game and help you identify way on how you can integrate the app into your marketing effort without overspending.

Please feel free to share this event to your friends.

Inquiries/RSVP: cjgmanlapas@gmail.com



Claire Jariss Manlapas is a graduate of Multimedia Arts but she pursued Marketing as a career. She has been in Marketing for 5 years– some years of traditional, but mostly digital. She’s currently a digital marketing specialist for a reputable advertising agency where she provides digital recommendations to different companies by marrying digital media and marketing on a daily basis. She used to contribute event articles to WhenInManila.com.