Vowing to partner to “create an ideal economic climate for the businesses and stakeholders in their respective localities”, the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) and the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Quezon City, Inc. (PCCI-QC) have officially inked a chamber sisterhood agreement last November 26, 2019.
Through this partnership, MCCI establishes relations with other local chambers and provides the business community in Mandaue City opportunities for linkages with other establishments and institutions within and in other parts of the Philippines.
The agreement include undertaking of mutually favorable joint undertakings, meetings, networking opportunities, programs, projects, services, and business enterprises; advocating for better and fair policies, rules, and regulations on business and trade; exchanging economic, social and cultural activities; providing assistance and relief in times of unfortunate circumstances occurring in respective constituencies; and conducting activities that will boost each parties to attain their visions, missions, and goals.
The chamber sisterhood agreement was signed last November 26, 2019, at Novotel Manila Araneta City, Cubao, Quezon City, by MCCI President Stanley Go and PCCI-QC President Sarah Deloraya-Mateo.
IN PHOTO: (from left) MCCI member Queen City Food Chain Inc.’s VP-COO Jonathan Gesalem, President Stanley Go and Board of Trustee Kelie Ko represented Mandaue Chamber at the signing of the chamber sisterhood agreement with PCCI-Quezon City President Sarah Deloraya-Mateo.