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MCCI welcomes new trustees, members

The Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomed a new set of trustees in an oath-taking ceremony on Jan. 25 at Maayo Hotel Corp. in Mandaue City. The Chamber also inducted at least 34 new member-companies (see below for the list of the new members).

Stanley Go, vice president for sales and marketing of Virginia Food Inc., is the new MCCI president.

“I want to thank the Chamber’s Board of Trustees for their confidence in my ability to navigate and steer MCCI to the direction that it needs to go to contribute significantly to the prosperity of our members who are themselves important engines of economic growth,” said Go.

He added that he will cherish the Chamber’s trust and support in his vision and drive to make the Chamber more relevant to its members.

“As we strengthen the linkages we have established over the years, I hope to increase our membership base from 300 to 500 by the end of 2018,” he said.

MCCI President Stanley Go

MCCI’s new trustees and members

Steven Yu, chairman and chief executive officer of Alliance Pacific Resources Corporation, is MCCI vice president for internal affairs. Edgar Allan Po, assistant manager of Winner Plastic Product Corporation, is MCCI vice president for external affairs. Romelinda Cruz-Garces, communication officer of San Miguel Brewery Inc., is the MCCI secretary. Amado Go, president of Cenapro Chemical Corporation, is the MCCI treasurer. Michelle Co-Lin, RBG VisMin-Business Center head of CTBC Bank, is the auditor.

The MCCI’s new Board of Trustees is composed of Glenn Anthony Soco, president and chief operating officer (COO) of GA Satellite Venture; Wilson Ng, president of Ng Khai Development Corporation; Vicky Dy, managing director of Adnetwork Corporation; Alice Uy, proprietor of Jace Handicrafts International; Barbara Gothong-Tan, president and chief executive officer of A.D. Gothong Manufacturing Corp.; Mark Anthony Ynoc, general manager of San Remigio Properties; John King, managing director of King’s Quality Food Inc.; Donato Busa, president of DMC Busa Printers; and Beverly Dayanan, president and COO of Contempo Property. #

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