Beepo at One Year: 105.5 FM features company culture, expansion and the new brand launch

by: Myron Glenn Fernando |

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10 June 10, 2015, Clark, Philippines — Beepo’s celebration of its first year; moving into the new headquarters in Philexcel; and, the launch of the new Beepo brand were among the highlights of the interview with Client Experience Manager Hart Dizon and Marketing and Communications Officer Chonaisa Simbulan.

With Beepo’s success in providing outsourced staffing and services to primarily Australian businesses, the company has expanded its client base to include manufacturing industries in Germany, as well as Hong Kong financial and publishing institutions. This has allowed Beepo to increase staff from 0 to 160 in the past 12 months, exceeding the headcount target of 50 in December 2014.

Company Culture

As an advocate of work-life-balance, Beepo operates from Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM as it recognises the business time of Australian clients. This provides extra time for employees to enjoy more time with their families and friends after work, maximise the weekend to pursue higher education, or try training outside working hours, also something that most of employees love about Beepo.

Dizon confided that Beepo has provided him the work environment he has aspired having worked for the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry for the past 15 years. “Beepo provides a work-life-balance and good avenue especially those who’ve been in the BPO industry for a time working at night shift or evening schedules, it recognises the contribution of staff in the organisation for a job well-done.”

Rebranding Beepo

The new official logo was revealed by Beepo CEO Aimee Engelmann during the “Unveiled: The Brand Launch Party” last May 27 . The launching event was attended by all Beepo staffs and a number of Australian clients who witnessed the unveiling and participated in the fun games after.

The purpose of this identity change is to scale the business to a more mature stage and to fully address the growing breadth of services offered to clients. The new logo resembles the sun where the core represents Beepo’s focus on clients and staff. Surrounding the core is the support for staff through training and development, and Beepo’s holistic support for a client’s business. The rays, on the other hand represent sustainable growth and expansion for staff as Beepo develops and expands. As a whole, the sun icon for the new logo was also used to capture the bright and sunny disposition of employees. Beepo is also now using For Your Success as the company slogan defining the business goals for its clients.

In support of this new company identity, Simbulan shared, “At the heart and soul of our business is our staff and our clients. We help them grow their careers and companies for their success.”

Job Opportunities

In line with Beepo’s expansion, the conversation also featured job opportunities for applicants accommodating up to 40 new positions every month such as Accountant, Search Engine Marketer, AutoCAD Designer, Data Entry, .NET Developer, Human Resources Assistant, Internet Marketing Assistant, Web Developer and System Administrator, Customer Service Officer, IT Support, Outbound Consultant, Appointment Setters, Sales and Data Analyst, Marketing Project Manager, Social Media & Content Development Officer/Digital Marketer, Campaign Manager, Research Analyst (Finance), and Graphic Designer.

Radio listeners were encouraged to apply through the Beepo website that includes registration, remote testing, and scheduling of series of interviews. Beepo’s recruitment site uses “Love Your Work” as the company’s catchphrase in attracting potential employees. Not only does it attract applicants, but puts into three words how employees feel about the company.

Now, who doesn’t want work-life-balance for himself? Seize the opportunity now and join the Beepo team by visiting http://beepo.com.ph.

Beepo’s new physical address is located at 2nd floor and Unit 1F Business Center 9
Philexcel Business Park, Clarkfield, Pampanga.