MCCI Business Summit

Every August, MCCI celebrates its flagship program, the Mandaue Business Month (MBM), composed of series of events geared towards promoting sustainable and socially-responsible entrepreneurship and to strategically position Mandaue City to be an attractive destination for business and investment. The events are done in partnership with the Provincial Government of
Cebu and the Local Government of Mandaue City.

This year is particularly auspicious as Mandaue City, the Bridge City of Cebu, celebrates its 50th Charter Day Anniversary. Among the highlights of the MBM is the MCCI Business Summit on August 16, 2018, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Oakridge Pavilion, Mandaue City.

The Business Summit is a one-day learning event where top caliber speakers are invited to share their knowledge and expertise on various topics.

This year’s Summit theme is “Bridging the World. Bridging the Future” to highlight new ideas, new business paradigms and technological developments in the global arena that will define the future of how businesses will operate and succeed.

Some 500 business delegates are expected to attend from Mandaue City, Cebu Province, and other Visayas regions. These are composed of business owners and top executives. We also expect members of the academe, LGUs, government agencies, and civil society organizations to join.

For more information please call MCCI at 3433491 / 09173147911 and look for Silou Oybenes.

Buy your tickets now, for MCCI member Php 1,800 only.

Photojournalist for the Freeman Newspaper/ Philippine Star from 2000-2008. Became a sportswriter for Cebu Daily News in 2008 and tested her mitten in news writing with Inquirer Visayas as well. In 2010, worked as a sportswriter for Sunstar Cebu until 2015. Currently working as an Operations Manager for Performance360 Global Services in Cordova. A part-time photojournalism Instructor at USJR, an officer of Cordova Chamber of Commerce, and the president of the Press Photographers of the Philippines- Cebu

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