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The Cebu Tech Blogger

Bert Padilla is an aspiring technology geek and internet freak from the heart of the Queen City of the Southern part of the Philippines. Started his online journey as a tech blogger in 2008, he later become passionate about startups and kick-started TekWorx through its ventures AdWorx and BlogWorx.

Geeks on a Beach Boracay
At Geeks on a Beach Boracay (2015)

During the early years of Cebu Tech Blogger, Bert was also working as a Board Repair Specialist for a global leading Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) company, Teradyne — which he had tenured for 5 solid years since mid-2007.

With Netsuite CEO Zach Nelson (C); Netsuite Press-con in Makati

Prior to Teradyne, he’s been working for another tech and electronics company, Lexmark — his first ever company to work for during apprenticeship in 2006 and right after college in early 2007.

With Intel Phils. Country Manager, Calum Chisholm: Sandy-Bridge Launching
In March 2012, Bert quit his job at Teradyne to do full time blogging and freelance Ad Operations (#AdOps) works. On the same year, he founded TekWorx Mobile and Web Services, a startup digital agency for Publishers and Advertisers.

Founding-Editor of Cebu Tech Blogger where he shares insights in Digital Marketing, Ad Ops, Tech, Startups, Technopreneurship, Life Goals and Hacks.

He’s the brainchild and ninja of a Cebu-based Digital Marketing agency, TekWorx — with ventures AdWorx, an Outsourced Ad Ops agency, and BlogWorx, a full-fledged Blog Development service. Read his Full Curriculum Vitae.

For consultancy, services, speaking engagements, blog partnerships or media invites, click here. Alternatively, get in touch with him on Messenger.

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  1. Affiliate Crunch Affiliate Crunch

    Nice profile, taga-cebu, diay ka? Au au bai, see you.

  2. Bert Padilla Bert Padilla

    Yup… I'm from Cebu… How about you? Thanks for the comment…

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