Everybody gets sick and nobody can predict when this will happen, especially during these uncertain times. And no matter what our livelihood is, we all need to be protected from the financial burden that comes with getting sick.
While many regular employees may be financially protected because their company perks include medical benefits, there is a growing number of Filipinos who belong to the gig economy, workers who are not employed full-time and not entitled to the usual company benefits. This makes them vulnerable to the financial impact of health risks, which means that they need to make sure they are ready for any emergency situation.
This is why AIA Philam Life launched BeLive, a six-episode online series which aims to educate Filipinos especially freelancers on the importance of being protected with insurance products.
Hosted by Gino Quillamor and AIA Philam Life Chief Marketing Officer Leo Tan with AIA Philam Life brand ambassador Paolo Valenciano, the online show features freelancers from all walks of life and shares their personal life experiences. This aims to help others understand the importance of being protected and securing one’s self and those who matter to them the most.
The fifth episode will air this Friday, July 30 and will feature theater actor and broadcast producer Gabs Santos who will share how the pandemic affected his life, how he was able to overcome his challenges and more importantly, how he secured his future during this time of uncertainty.
Know more about his story by tuning in on Friday, July 30 at 8:00PM on AIA Philam Life’s Facebook Live (http://facebook.com/aiaphilamlife). Follow AIA Philam Life’s Facebook account for more information on Believe and to watch the previous episodes.
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