WITH everything that’s happening all around: high prices of petroleum products, including goods and services, an enduring pandemic, even high-profile celebrity breakups, every Filipino still yearns to have a better life now and in the future.
This is why Home Credit Philippines (HCPH) launches its “Para sa Life” campaign that shares a message of hope for a better life for Filipinos.
And what better way to launch this new Home Credit initiative than through a campaign video with a song performed by Filipino singer-songwriter Moira dela Torre.
With the hope to inspire new beginnings, Home Credit positions itself as a reliable financial partner that assists Filipinos as they begin a new chapter in life. Apart from providing financial assistance and literacy, Home Credit aims to empower Filipinos to claim what they deserve and to jump-start a new life through various opportunities they offer.
“This new song of Home Credit encapsulates the brand’s promise of companionship through the use of their easily accessible and affordable finance products, especially for the underbanked and underserved customers. Furthermore, the song relays that Home Credit is ideal for young families and starting individuals who aspire to establish their lifelong plans and helping them turn small dreams into reality,” shares Sheila Paul, HCPH’s Chief Marketing Officer.
The campaign video is posted on Home Credit’s Facebook and YouTube pages.
A guide “Para sa Life”
More than a financial service provider, Home Credit also promotes inclusivity and gives opportunities to all Filipinos through various platforms.
Aside from the new song and to continue its campaign for financial literacy Home Credit will be launching “Payo Para sa Life,” a two-minute daily radio show produced in collaboration with Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) and local independent media agency PraXis.
The show aims to reach different communities and individuals across the country to discuss fundamental financial literacy issues and to educate them about the intricacies of finance, from primary budgeting to help them make the most practical personal purchases. The radio show airs on DZRH primetime between 4 to 5 a.m. daily.
Learn the latest updates from Home Credit Philippines by visiting their official website www.homecredit.ph. You may also follow them on their official Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok accounts. Customers are encouraged to download the My Home Credit app on Google Play to learn more about the latest promos and see what’s new in the Marketplace.