More than 2,000 employees from Transcom Worldwide Philippines’ Manila sites gathered at the Metrotent Convention Center in Pasig City on September 14, 2019 to celebrate camaraderie and togetherness in the second year of the company’s musicfest dubbed as Tunog Transcom Tayo.
The event was graced by live performances from various well-loved Filipino musicians and bands such as Ebe Dancel, Mayonnaise, Chiquerella, Sponge Cola, Where’s Ramona, This Band, Ben&Ben, and Aegis.
“As we’ve been transforming our business in recent years, creating a positive culture where our folks can express themselves has been and continues to be a key focus. Tunog Transcom Tayo, our annual musicfest, is just one building block in the foundation that is Transcom Tayo and sits alongside our annual CSR activities, our support for the LGBTQ community and our HIV & AIDS awareness campaign in conjunction with The Red Whistle,” said Mark Lyndsell, Transcom’s CEO for the Global English Region.
This is also the second year that a Karaoke-inspired singing contest which Transcom coworkers participate in was incorporated in the music event.
“Our awesome multi-talented coworkers are placed at the heart of Tunog Transcom Tayo and have been auditioning for months as part of our very own Viral Voice competition. Filipinos are known across the globe for their musicality and singing abilities and this is no exception here at Transcom where our finalists will be showing off their talent alongside bands such as Sponge Cola, Ben&Ben, and Aegis,” Lyndsell further shared.
Tunog Transcom Tayo will also be held at the Iloilo Convention Center, Iloilo City on September 21 and at the SMX-Bacolod City on September 22. The event is sponsored by Seda Hotel, Caronia, Jergens, and Liese.
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