Mayweather takes McGregor in a superfight

Floyd Mayweather takes on Conor McGregor in a superfight on August 26, 2017 in Las Vegas.

It is a coveted boxing fight because of the popularities of both Mayweather and McGregor. Will Mayweather tarnish his undefeated status with 49-0 record or will McGregor be easily lose the fight?

Mayweather vs McGregor is brought to you by Showtime in which Mayweather has a contract with. In his previous fight against Manny Pacquiao, Showtime and HBO took a long way to make the fight happen. This time, it only took UFC’s Dana White to agree to Mayweather’s demand.

Mayweather vs McGregor live stream is on Sho.com. It is telecast in Showtime.

McGregor may get more than $100 million for his upcoming fight with Floyd Mayweather and that’s not even counting the money he’ll make from endorsements. One of the more interesting aspects about the fight is the apparel brand that will make up McGregor’s fight week clothes, not to mention the shorts and shoes he’ll wear into the ring to face Mayweather.

Filipino Online Shopping Activities High in Office Hours says Lazada Philippines

Unlike most Asians who are stereotyped as frugal savers, it looks like Filipinos loves to spend their money, not save it. And that holds true not just for traditional shopping methods but also for online shopping streams. Lazada Philippines, an e-commerce site revealed its latest data saying Pinoys takes care of their online shopping activities mostly during office hours.

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Inanc Balci the CEO of Lazada Philippines was a guest speaker at the Mobile Moves Business event organized by Facebook Philippines on 26th January spoke about Filipino customer behaviour, hike in sales during office hours, drop in sales during lunch break and then seen an upward sale trend between 1pm to 6pm, then the online sale again dip back in the evening.

Mobile Moves Business aims to unite largest brands, business leaders and marketers and share the “best practices” on engaging with an increasingly-mobile consumer in the Philippines. Other brands that attended the event were Unilever, Coins.ph, Ford Philippines, Jollibee Foods Corporation, Nestle Philippines, and Nielsen Philippines.
Philippines based director of Facebook, Mr. Digs Dimagiba understood augmentation of mobile usage in the country and big drawback of it.

“Businesses here are slow to adopt mobile strategies that reach people at every step of the fragmented commerce journey.”
“(Facebook’s) goal is to disrupt how businesses in the Philippines have traditionally reached consumers and help them unlock growth opportunities.” He added

Other interesting facts revealed during the Mobile Moves Business meet are:

49% of store purchases worldwide are influenced by digital interactions, 57% of which are on mobile.
42% of shoppers search for shopping information while in-store, impacting offline sales.
88% of millennials practice this behavior.
68% of people access mobile while watching television