TCL Wins 2023 Red Dot Award for the TCL S643W Soundbar

The fighter soundbar will soon be launched in the PH market

TCL, the global top 2 TV brand and top 1 98-inch TV brand, is proud to announce its new TCL S6 Series Home Theatre Soundbar has won the prestigiousRed Dot Award for product design in 2023, reinforcing TCL’s expertise in developing outstanding home entertainment solutions for consumers across the globe.

Established for over 60 years, The Red Dot award is a highly recognized international endorsement, and the benchmark for outstanding design. Receiving a distinction for its design quality and degree of innovation, the TCL S6 Series Home Theatre range is comprised of three models, created to fit any living space.

Soon to be available in the local market is the TCL S643W dubbed as fighter soundbar through  the TCL authorized dealer stores.

The Award-Winning Sound of the TCL S643W

The compact and mighty 3.1-inch TCLS643W packs an impressive punch with the same 70W bass subwoofer for an immense depth of sound. With three full-range speakers providing larger sound output, the central speakers enhance a better dialogue listening experience. Two surround sound channels and a 60W subwoofer allow listeners to enjoy strong bass and feel distinctive sound quality, far superior to other single soundbars without a subwoofer.

All soundbars in the TCL S6 Home Theatre series Max Audio output is astonishing. The sound pressure with least distortion that results in the combined power of the soundbar, subwoofer and satellite speakers. More power, richer sound structure and a more immersive experience for the user. The Max Audio Power of the S643W is 240W which means that it is ideal to use in larger home space.

Impressive Audio Features Meet Smart Connectivity

The TCL S643W is equipped with Dolby Audio – certified enhanced sound reproduction that provides a multi-channel audio experience. Delivering crystal clarity, easy-to-hear dialogue, crisp details, and realistic surround sound, this soundbar is the perfect partner to any TV set, ensuring consumers get the most from their entertainment set-up.

It also comes with DTS Virtual: X, an audio codec designed to provide a sense of multi-dimensional space. This 3D sound effect envelopes users so that sound appears to emerge from above, beside and behind the listener, providing an immersive experience in any room.

For deeper and richer sound, the Bass Boost feature enables the subwoofer to emit stronger bass sound just with one click, meaning it can reach maximum output power instantly for the ultimate dramatic effect.

Likewise, all TCL S6 Home Theatre soundbars come with six Specialized Sound Modes suitable for different viewing and listening scenarios. Users can select from standard, movie, music, sports, voice, and game mode for optimized viewing experiences.

Better still, all models come with seamless connection capabilities for your added convenience. Equipped with TCL TV Ready, Bluetooth wireless music, Bluetooth 5.3 (the highest Bluetooth version on the market for enhanced connectivity and efficiency) and Voice Assistant, the TCL S643W is ready to sync up and channel sound from any input source.

For more information about the TCL S643W, go to  TCL Philippines official website  or like the official TCL Philippines Facebook Page.

Jollibee Group Develops Women to Become Leaders in Their Field

Cynthia Castro (seated on chair, middle) rose being an entry-level accountant to now Vice President and Finance Head for Jollibee Group’s Philippine Business. With her in photo is the Jollibee Philippines Finance Team, which she concurrently heads.

The Jollibee Group continues to celebrate women by fostering an encouraging work environment that allows its female employees around the world to grow and develop. The Jollibee Group was the only Philippine-based company to make Forbes’ inaugural list of the World’s Top Female-Friendly Companies in 2021, demonstrating the company’s dedication to supporting women and developing them to their full potential. In the Philippines, women make up the majority of Jollibee Group’s management positions.

As a testament to Jollibee Group’s unwavering support for women, several female employees have risen through the ranks and now leading their respective functions like Cynthia Castro. Castro began working for Jollibee in 1987 as an accountant. She was promoted to accounting supervisor for the company’s commissary and later to accounting manager for the company’s new businesses. Castro was the finance head of Jollibee Philippines’ Northern Luzon unit before being promoted to the position of Vice President and Finance Head. “I can sum up my professional journey in two words: gratitude and pride,” she said. “Gratitude because they hired me as a fresh graduate in 1987 and they saw my potential to grow in the company, and pride because I work for one of the World’s Best Employers and get to work with the best leaders in the industry. All of this motivated me to do more, be more, and become more.” In 2022, Castro was among the finalists for the WeQual Awards, which recognizes female leaders in business.

She was the sole Filipina cited in the Award’s Asia Pacific-Finance Category. Thriving in a male-dominated profession Yoly Chua thrives as a leader in a traditionally male-dominated field: information technology. She is the Vice President and Head of Business Technology for the Jollibee Group’s business in the Philippines and Europe, Middle East and Asia (EMEAA). A group of people sitting on red chairs Description automatically generated with low confidence Yoly Chua (seated in the middle) posted this photo on her LinkedIn account celebrating all the women who work with her in Jollibee Group’s Business Technology (BT) Division, where she is now Vice President and Head for Philippines and EMEAA Regions. Chua was hired in 2016 to help stabilize SAP in the company and led the Information Management Enterprise Business Solutions team.

After two years, she was promoted to Information Technology (IT) Head for the Philippine Region. In 2021, Chua was given the task of overseeing and governing EMEAA’s Business Technology function. “I appreciate the growth opportunities I’ve had in my more than 6 years stay with the company. The values of the people I work with–their unwavering malasakitfor the company, the trust of the management and our teams, and the stewardship of doing what is best for the company inspire me to work harder and continue doing better,” she said. Chua strongly believes women can shine in any industry or position given the right opportunity. “Women are empathetic and good listeners. Our instinct to protect, care and support our people makes it easier for us to lead effectively,” she said. Driving culture and engagement Ruth Angeles began her career with the Jollibee Group as a human resources manager for Jollibee Worldwide Services.

She later became the HR head for the company’s Red Ribbon and Jollibee business units. Already on her 17th year with the company, Angeles is now Vice President and leading the Regional HR Team in the Philippines. She is concurrently the head of the Global Organization, Leadership and Culture Team. 📷 Ruth Angeles (seated, 3rd from left, front row) is shown with some members of the HR Team in one of their quarterly teaming activities. Ruth is now Vice President and leads the Regional HR Team in the Philippines. Aside from driving culture and engagement in the company, Ruth has also been instrumental in enabling the successful pivot of the HR function and was key in the organization’s transformation, resulting in a much stronger and more resilient workforce post-pandemic.

She has likewise been vital in developing and building leaders in boosting organizational capabilities. “JFC has been helpful in my development as a people manager and HR leader. The company’s devotion to provide career advancement opportunities and inclusive leadership training allows women leaders and employees to excel in their development,” she said. Castro, Chua, and Angeles are part of a thriving community of female leaders in the Jollibee Group who are helping drive the company’s mission and its journey towards its vision of becoming one of the top five restaurant companies in the world.

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