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China invites chamber members to join int’l expo

In a roadshow supported by the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry, proponents and partners of the China International Import Expo (CIIE) invited business owners and chamber members to participate in the overseas trade fair. CIIE is considered the only trade

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Businesses urged to “be better, faster, resilient”

Companies are called to change or update their business strategies because of how quickly times are changing. If companies do not adapt, they will get left behind. “We need to be better, faster and more resilient because the world now

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164 MCCI members attend tax reform roadshow

Some 164 members of the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) attended the tax reform roadshow on March 9 at the Cebu Parklane International Hotel. The event was designed to inform the public on the newly enacted Tax Reform for

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THE PRESIDENT’S REPORT by President Donato Busa

On  behalf of the officers and members of the Board of Trustees, I warmly welcome you all, our members and guests, to the Mandaue Chamber’s Annual Membership Assembly and election. You honor us with your presence. Welcome and thank you

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT’S

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT’S FY JUNE 2014 – JUNE 2015 INTRODUCTION Fellow members of the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry, esteemed guests, ladies and gentlemen, good evening. I take this privilege to report to you the activities and accomplishments

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MCCI welcomes new trustees, members

The Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) elected new trustees and welcomed new members in its annual General Membership Meeting last June 3 at Oakridge Horizons, Oakridge Business Park. The new elected members of MCCI’s Board of Trustees are Don Busa of Don Busa Printers, Mike Pato of Multi Concept Furnishing Export, Steven Yu of Akromont Marketing Corp., Clayton Tugonon of Classical Geometry Trading, Michelle Co of CTBC Bank, Alice Uy of JACE Handicrafts International, John King of Kings Quality Food Inc. Cebu. MCCI also welcomed into its fold 16 new members. They are Ernest Logistics Corporation, Chromedia Far East Inc., Blue Cross Insurance, Asia Pacific Safety & Industry Supply Inc., Cebu People Multi-Purpose Cooperative, MCPI Corporation, Tech Solution Specialist Electronic Hub, Continental Aero Flying School Inc., C & L International Packaging Corp., Clint Kamms Corporation, MKK Food Ventures Development Corp., Ice Castle, Libra Sphere Security Services, Auto Global Inc., Coolaire Consolidated, Inc., and BPI Family Savings Bank-Ka-Negosyo Business Loans. The Chamber now has 220 members. MCCI President Jeruel Roa presented his accomplishment report from 2014 to present, emphasizing that the Chamber’s accomplishments were “coupled with the spirit of volunteerism that came from the membership.” “Advocacy has been at the core of the Chamber since its inception. Advocacy is best done in concert with other sectors. Hence, the partnership with other chambers, organizations, and agencies was able to bring forth an atmosphere that is beneficial to the conduct of business and likewise, for the community,” he said. MCCI has been involved in how businesses can help in the K to 12 and tech-voc programs of the government. It has signed joint manifestos with other chambers to request the Department of Transportation and Communication to look into the port congestion fee for forwarders imposed by the shipping lines and to appeal to the Food and Drugs Administration regarding government policies that hinder trading. The Chamber, along with the Filipino-Chinese Business Chamber, was consulted by the Mandaue City Government regarding the city’s tax adjustments. MCCI is also an active member of Mega Cebu 2050, the vision of the Metro Cebu Development Coordinating Board.  Last year, MCCI held its annual Mandaue Business Month in August and hosted the 23rd Visayas Area Business Conference. It also organized various activities with partners, including SSS Pensioners Days, Branding Workshop with Jacqueline Thng, exhibits, Christmas Fellowship Night and MCCI Movie Night, Feng Shui with Marites Allen, and meeting with Filipino Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii. It also released its first issue of the email newsletter, Mandaue Business Matters. MCCI won the Most Outstanding Chamber in the Visayas in October 2014 and its program, Search for Women In Need Now Entrepreneurs and Role Models (W.I.N.N.E.Rs), is a finalist in the “Best Unconventional Project” category of the World Chambers Competition (WCC) in Torino, Italy. WCC is a global awards program that recognizes the work of chambers of commerce and industry across the globe. MCCI was also a finalist in the Best Small Business Project category in 2013 World Chambers Competition in Doha, Qatar for its Obra Negosyo Eskwela Countryside Enterprise Business Upliftment program in collaboration with the Cebu Provincial Government. For more information about MCCI, or to know how to be a member, visit www.mandauechamber.org.  ‪#‎itsMoreFunninMCCI‬

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