Category: Press Release

13 Aug

Boot Camp 2019 – Mindanao: Putting Framework to Political Campaigns

“Good governance is important because an elected official only has 3 years to govern,” PUBLiCUS Founder/CEO Malou Tiquia explained in her lecture on Good Governance to the participants of Boot Camp 2019 on July 27 in Park Inn by Radisson Davao. Boot Camp 2019 brought together aspiring public servants from different parts of Mindanao to […]

19 Jul

Tiquia talks about how to move the federalism agenda forward

PUBLiCUS Founder and CEO Ma. Lourdes Tiquia was invited as one of the speakers in the recently concluded National Dialogue of Federalists last July 14, 2018 in Davao City. With the theme “Achieving a Unified Voice of Federalists for Broader Dissemination,” the event gathered passionate and committed Federalists across the country in an opportunity to […]

06 Apr

PUBLiCUS Founder/CEO returns to CLRG as training program speaker

PUBLiCUS Founder and CEO Ma. Lourdes Tiquia was once again one of the resource speakers in the UP Center for Local and Regional Governance (CLRG)’s Second Batch of the Strategic Leadership for Local Legislators (SL3) Course held last April 2-6, 2018 in UP NCPAG Case Room. The SL3 Course is part of CLRG’s continuing initiative […]

12 Mar

Tiquia defines CI

PUBLiCUS Founder/ CEO Ma. Lourdes Tiquia was one of the four experts invited as speaker during the San Miguel Group Government Affairs Council Strategic Planning & Workshop last March 8, held at the SMC Training Center in Tagaytay. Tiquia, known for her extensive experience in lobbying and campaigns discussed the importance of Competitive Intelligence and […]

17 Nov

A political volcano leads the PH, but democracy is not at risk – Tiquia

During the International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC) Conference held at Reykjavik, Iceland last November 12, PUBLiCUS Founder and CEO Ma. Lourdes Tiquia emphasized a glaring irony in Philippine politics today – the Philippines is being led by a political volcano but democracy in the country is not remotely at risk. “Yes, [Rodrigo] Duterte is […]

25 Oct

Pahayag online pilot poll findings to be launched in
November 2017

COMELEC data reveals that 24,730,013 Filipinos who registered to vote in the 2016 Philippine National Elections between the ages 18-34 years old. That’s almost half or 44.4% of the 54,363,844 total registered voters in the country. Millennials are roughly defined as those who were born from 1981-1998, or those who will turn 19 – 36 […]