Access and the City of Pasig Sign Partnership Agreement

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Sep 9, 2020 · 2 min read
From left to right: Jeron Manzanero of the Pasig City Team, Janna De Guzman and David Bonifacio from Access, and Diego Santiago of the Pasig City Team

Last week, representatives from Access and the City of Pasig got together to officially sign the partnership agreement for Pasig TAPAT. This signing is a momentous occasion as it signifies the steps taken by both parties to help the people of Pasig move forward financially as they struggle to recover from the negative effects of COVID-19 on the economy.

Access CEO David Bonifacio (right) and Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto (left)

In an earlier article, we discussed what Access LEAP (short for Local Economic Assistance Platform) is and how it can help your LGU during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a refresher, Access LEAP provides data-driven economic solutions using a technology-powered platform that triggers the partnership between LGUs and the private sector within their communities.

Pasig TAPAT is the first example of Access LEAP, and hopefully not the last. Access continues to look to partner with LGUs and companies alike to offer the same type of technology-driven financial solutions to their constituents and employees, respectively. If you think that your LGU or company can benefit from such a partnership, you may email us at access@bridgesoutheast.com.

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Access is a benefits platform focused on providing automated financial solutions to its corporate and community partners

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Access is a benefits platform focused on providing automated financial solutions to its corporate and community partners