Thadz Now Part of CBC Council of Leads

The founder and managing consultant of Cebu Teambuilding Services, Thaddeau "Thadz" Engaling II, has recently been inducted into the Cebu Blogging Community Council of Leads at the CBC members' orientation held at the Global Hub Serviced Offices, 12th Floor, Keppel Building, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. 

Thadz joins Cebu Blogging Community leadership

The Cebu Blogging Community 

The Cebu Blogging Community is a thriving bloggers' organization considered as the biggest and most active within the Visayas and Mindanao regions. It started in July 2014 and currently has a membership base of 76 bloggers. Thadz has been a very active member of the community since February 2015 through his travel blogs Wonderful Cebu and Around the Philippines.

Thadz joins Cebu Blogging Community leadership
Cebu Blogging Community

Leadership Appointment

The appointment of Thadz into the CBC Council of Leads comes after only about seven (7) months of active involvement in the organization. Thadz will be representing the travel bloggers in the council. Also recently named into the Cebu Blogging Community Council of Leads are food blogger Carlo Andrew "Caloy" Olano of Why Cebu and Kalami Cebu to represent the food bloggers, tech blogger Cesar Ian Fuentes of Pinoy Metro Geek to represent the technology and business bloggers, lifestyle blogger Romeo Nicolas Bonsocan of Zuprome to represent the lifestyle bloggers, mommy blogger Rose Angelie LapiƱa of Mommy Wanders to represent the mommy bloggers, fashion bloger Katherine Anika Cutar of Nested Thoughts to represent the fashion bloggers, and photo blogger Meliton John "Emjae" Argallon of Emjae Fotos to represent the photo bloggers. They will be joined in the council by permanent members Bjornson Bernales of Bjorn Bernales, Ruben Licera, Jr. of Ruben Licera, Mary Narvasa of Two Way Travels, Gay Aida Dumaguing of Exotic Philippines, Channel Marie Imperial of Channel Marie, Jephunneh Deon Flores of Kiat Cebu, and Jhanis Vincentte Villadolid of the Vanilla Housewife and the Cebu Gazette.

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