The Village Connect (WED)is in the business of lifelong learning for corporate executives and aspiring CEOs.
The digital publication is envisioned to be a rich resource for executive learning and coaching while creating an avenue for discourse through its social media channels such as Facebook.
WED has now evolved from a popular executive magazine in the 1980’s until the late 1990’s when it was among the casualties of the Asian Crisis in 1997-98. It officially closed its doors in 1998.
Its publisher — Homerun Nievera — was the former Country Sales Manager for the Philippines of WED. He foresaw its resurrection in digital format of which it is today.
WED Digital officially opened its digital doors in September 8, 2016 through his company, Mediablast Digital Corp., which he acquired together with his partner, Zes Martinez.