Journalist focused on Business and Innovation

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Tricia V. Morente is a Journalist and Editorial Consultant based in Manila, Philippines.

She is a Senior Correspondent at Inc. Southeast Asia, the sole ASEAN licensee of Inc. Magazine, a leading global brand for tech start-up and entrepreneurship. She is also Sub-Editor at Property Report Southeast Asia, a magazine that covers the real estate sector in the region.

Tricia was Managing Editor of Seafarer Asia, a bi-monthly glossy that caters to the Philippine maritime community. She indulged her inner geek by covering the ICT beat for Enterprise Innovation, a Singapore-based news company that features articles on how to apply technology to drive innovation in business. Some of her more recent work include On The March: The Jesuits in the Philippines since the Restoration, a coffee table book on the education and community work of the Society of Jesus that won both Gold and Platinum awards for the PR Tools category of the 54th Anvil Awards; a series of special Philippine sections for Forbes Asia; audiovisual features for the 2015 to 2019 Meralco Luminary Awards; essays and editing for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of The Fookien Times Philippine Yearbook; and a series of articles for such titles as F&B Report MagazineStyle Weekend, FHM, FAS Maritime Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Property Report Southeast Asia, and Wedding Essentials.

Prior to Inc., Tricia worked as a Business Reporter for the Manila Bulletin, a leading daily newspaper in the Philippines, where she has done extensive coverage on Philippine property, banking and finance, retail, technology, and social entrepreneurship.

She is sole proprietor of The Jetset Journo, where she writes about travel and the occasional epiphany.

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