THE country’s biggest organization of Filipino-Chinese businessmen is marking its 60th year by bringing back one of the biggest business-to-business events in the Philippines. Entitled the World Entrepreneur Business Expo, the event will bring together the leading names in the industry of trade and commerce at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex on March 28-30.
“The first time we did this event was in 2009 and it was highly successful. We thought it was only timely that we bring it back in time for the Federation’s 60th anniversary. Through WEBE, we do not simply aim to give companies the opportunity to showcase their best products, technologies and services; we also want aspiring businessmen to see this as an open door for them to start acting upon their goal of entering and making a name in the industry of commerce,” said Angel Ngu, executive vice president of the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Inc., in a recent statement,
In keeping up with the federation’s goal of fostering the development of the trade industries in the Philippines, World Entrepreneur Business Expo 2014 was created to provide a venue that is conducive for networking and undergoing meaningful business dealings. More than just making the latest products conveniently available to consumers, this trade exhibition is formed to allow company owners, distributors, retailers, dealers and business-oriented individuals to meet and eventually, build real business partnerships.
World Entrepreneur Business Expo 2014 is also open to companies who would like to get a share of the fast-growing Philippine market. For details, contact the event manager, Global-Link MP Events International Inc. at 750-8588; fax no. 750-8585; email email@example.com or go to www.globallinkmp.com.
The World Entrepreneur Business Expo will feature a comprehensive range of industries including automotive/vehicles, best Philippine products, construction and hardware, electronics and personal gadgets, fashion and lifestyle, food and drinks, machinery and technology and lastly, service providers.
“We are really looking forward to seeing the fruits that this event will bear. We trust that the overwhelming support that our pool of members had shown through their participation in the exhibit will all the more ensure the success of this expo and hopefully, the results will be of valuable contribution to the betterment of the country’s trade industries and economy,” said Alfonso Siy, president of the federation.
With the leading industry players in the country today—Asia Brewery, Cathay Land, Columbia Int’l Food, Davies Paint, Federal Land, Fumaco H&E Multi Mix, Lamoiayan, Megaworld, Morning Sun Philippines, Mitsukoshi Motors, Shacman Motors, Sterling Paper, Zenith Heavy Systems & Equipment and Zesto Corp., to name a few—the event is expected to draw more than 12,000 local and international trade buyers and visitors within three days.