Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

South-East Asian SMEs are missing out on the digital revolution. Here's how to get them on board

SMEs comprise 99.5% of all businesses in the Philippines – but only 36% of the economy. Image: Reuters/Romeo Ranoco

Benedict Carandang

Vice-President, First Circle Growth Finance

Tricia Canaveral

Former Head of Marketing, First Circle Growth Finance

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