Homegrown talents glowed up TELUS International Philippines' Town Hall

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Last October 6, TELUS International Philippines held its annual Town Hall.  Pearly shells, palm trees, and cabanas splashed with neon lights were the setting of the said event. With the theme, “Neon Island,” TIP treated its team members and long-time partners to a fun-filled and exciting celebration at the Globe Circuit Grounds in Makati City.

Gathering the largest event crowd in TELUS International Philippines’ history, over 7,500 team members took a break from work to embrace the company’s fun and diverse work culture and celebrate their hard work. TELUS International Philippines is one of the leading BPO and digital solutions companies in the country with more than 16,000 team members across Metro Manila.

“TELUS International Philippines has always valued work-life balance as an important aspect of building a healthy work environment. Town Hall is one of the biggest venues where our team members, long-time partners, and leaders get together and enjoy the company’s fun culture,” said TELUS International Director for Brand, Marketing and Culture, Carlos Giammattei.

Giammattei added, “Engagement activities such as the annual Town Hall are one of the many reasons why our team members choose to stay with the company.”

The music-filled night was hosted by Luis Manzano and Alex Diaz, and was graced by OPM artists including Morisette, Kamikazee, UltraCombo, Ben & Ben, Parokya ni Edgar, Patty Tiu, Mark Thompson, and A-Team.

Team members expressed their individuality and creativity, arriving in outfits that reflected their own sense of fashion, style, and pride, in line with the event’s theme. There were also dozens of side activities, from mystery rooms, arcade games, and games prepared by the organization’s special interest groups. Attendees were given free treats from different booths that served a wide variety of food, drinks, and games.

TELUS International Philippines is widely present in Metro Manila, with sites in Quezon City (Vertis North and Araneta-Cubao), Pasig (Ortigas Center), Makati (McKinley Exchange), and Taguig (McKinley West and Market! Market!).

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