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IGD (U.K.) INTERVIEWS PAGASA & PRA REGARDING FOOD RETAILING
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Friday, 13 May 2016
IGD (U.K.) INTERVIEWS PAGASA & PRA REGARDING FOOD RETAILING IGD (U.K.) INTERVIEWS PAGASA & PRA REGARDING FOOD RETAILING On the morning of 13 May 2016, Nick Miles, Head of Asian Research and Jenny Li of IGD (U.K.), a global food and consumer goods expert spoke with PAGASA’s STC and PRA’s Atty. Paul Santos regarding the state of food retailing in the country. The two researchers are on an Asian tour to update themselves and their 900 member-subscribers about the goings-on in Asia and the Philippines in particular where their clients seem to have a lot of interest in.
 
PAGASA's STC SPEAKS AT PHIL. FOOD EXPO '16
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Sunday, 08 May 2016
PAGASA's STC SPEAKS AT PHIL. FOOD EXPO '16 PAGASA's STC SPEAKS AT PHIL. FOOD EXPO '16 PAGASA was invited to give a talk on “How to Get Your Products on Supermarket Shelves” on 8 May 2016 at the SMX Seminar Rooms 8 & 9. The Session served as a free consultation for would-be suppliers in “guaranteeing” a higher rate of success when they approach supermarket operators with their offers. This talk is one of those organized during the 3-day Phil. Food Expo by the Phil. Food Processors and Exporters Organization, Inc. (PHILFOODEX) and the Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (PHILEXPORT). Before exporting the goods by food processors, most of them would like to try them on the local market thus the need to enter supermarkets.
 
 
 
 
"PAGASA" BRIEFS PAGASA, ET. AL.
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Monday, 02 May 2016
"PAGASA" BRIEFS PAGASA, ET. AL. At a Meeting called by DTI’s Consumer Protection and Advocacy Bureau (CPAB) on 2 May 2016 at the Center Conference Room of the Trade & Industry Building in Makati, manufacturers and retailers were briefed by the Phil. Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) regarding the status of El Niño in the country.  The country is experiencing intense heat and it is affecting the crops in the countryside. For April, 39 provinces have declared a state of emergency.  Around 31 will be affected by May and 13 by June as the climate slowly becomes cooler.  However, the potential ill effects of La Niña is waiting by the bend as “PAGASA” states that this phenomenon always ensues following an El Niño. An El Niño/La Niña year takes place around every five years but climate change is erratic now due to global warming.  DTI has monitored the areas declaring a price freeze in view of the havoc brought about by drought on fresh produce.   It called this Meeting to monitor the retail prices of basic necessities and prime commodities to make sure that drought does not translate to higher prices of goods due to lack of fresh produce.
 
"PAGASA" BRIEFS PAGASA, ET. AL. "PAGASA" BRIEFS PAGASA, ET. AL.
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CIRCULATION OF COINS IN THE ECONOMY
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Friday, 22 April 2016
This time, the Currency Management Sub-sector for Coins of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) called for a meeting with retailers regarding the status/supply of coins in circulation, a review of the need for all denominations of coins currently in circulation, rounding off of total purchase of goods to avoid change using small denominations and continuing assessment for the need for coin collection/sorting machines in our economy. Heading the meeting is the Managing Director for said Sub-sector, Ms. Carlyn A. Pangilinan seated at the head of the table arrangement.  Meeting took place at the Executive Business Center- Visayas Room of the BSP’s Head Office along Roxas Blvd. on 22 April 2016.

CIRCULATION OF COINS IN THE ECONOMY
 
CIRCULATION OF COINS IN THE ECONOMY
CIRCULATION OF COINS IN THE ECONOMY
 
 
The Men (and Women) from La Mancha
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Wednesday, 20 April 2016
The Men (and Women) from La Mancha The Men (and Women) from La Mancha In the fine tradition of Don Quixote, La Cámara> Camara official de Comercio de España en Filipinas (Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Phils.) brings to the Philippines through its partner IPEX (Instituto de Promoción Exterior de Castilla-La Mancha) the fine wines, olive oil and cheeses of this region in the Iberian Peninsula. PAGASA was invited to its afternoon exhibit at Parañaque Room of the Makati Shangrila on 20 April 2016.
 
PAGASA'S STC SPEAKS AT CELADON EVENT
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Saturday, 16 April 2016
On 16 April 2016, PAGASA Pres. STC was honored to have been invited as one of the Guest Speakers at the Paragon Business Summit of Ateneo’s student organization Celadon.  It was held at the Leong Hall inside campus. He spoke on the advantage of being active in worthy organizations to enrich one’s life and career. Other speakers were George Chua/ Pres.-Bayan Automotive Industries Corp./FINEX/ Fed. of Phil. Industries; Liwayway Marketing Corp.’s Heinrich Cochien/Corp. Affairs Officer; Melissa Yap/ Got Heart Foundation & Earth Kitchen; and the Team from Kalibrr>digital job-finder.
 
PAGASA’S STC SPEAKS AT CELADON EVENT
PAGASA’S STC SPEAKS AT CELADON EVENT PAGASA’S STC SPEAKS AT CELADON EVENT
PAGASA’S STC SPEAKS AT CELADON EVENT
 
 
DTI's DIALOGUE ON LOGISTICS
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Thursday, 07 April 2016
DTI's DIALOGUE ON LOGISTICS DTI's DIALOGUE ON LOGISTICS On 7 April 2016, Dir. Myke Teodoro represented PAGASA at the Dialogue on Logistics handled by DTI’s Supply Chain and Logistics Mgt. Div. and the National Competitiveness Council of the Phils. headed by Mr. Guillermo “Bill” Luz at the Asian Institute of Management. Also in the panel were Fed. of Phil. Industries Chairman Emeritus Meneleo Carlos and other stakeholders concerned with the worsening traffic situation in the country.  It was hosted by Mr. Gus Lagman and Customs Comm. Alberto D. Lina. Study by the AIM shows that government should increase capacities and optimize the usage of ports at Subic and Batangas; and the international airport at Clark. It should upgrade existing airports all over the country to accommodate bigger aircraft for cargo and people. There is need to decongest the different metropolitan areas and speed up the upgrade of road and mass transport systems.
 
INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Thursday, 07 April 2016
INTERPORC (Interprofesional Porcino de Capa Blanca) is the biggest  organization of white hog raisers in Spain. It is a major sponsor for the annual tradeshow called Madrid Fusion Manila to be held at the SMX on 7-9 April 2016. On 5 April, they hosted lunch with the help of the Embassy of Spain in Manila to showcase their Jamon to select guests. PAGASA’s STC was privileged to have been invited as one of the guests at the Gallery Room of VASK Modern Tapas, voted by “Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants” as the Best Restaurant in the Philippines and the 39th Best in Asia for their 2016 List.  To make the event special, they brought in Chef Ivan Cerdeño of Toledo (who earned his 1-star from Michelin within the 1st year of operation of his resto) and Señora Carolina Vives, Master Ham Carver. STC was also honored to have a shot taken with His Excellency Ambassador Luis Calvo of the Philippine Embassy of Spain.

INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA
INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA
INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA INTERPORC HOSTS LUNCH FOR MADRID FUSION MANILA  
 
 
LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Friday, 11 March 2016
On 11 March 2016, PAGASA’s STC and Myke Teodoro were invited to be part of a panel at the Great Women Forum 2016 held inside Yuchengco Museum in Makati.  Organized by the Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) and ECHOsi Foundation, this Forum seeks to inculcate the mindset that the empowerment of women must be top of mind in one’s day-to-day activities. The Panel Discussion revolved around women joining the corp. supply chain.  For the pose, (L-R) are host/PCW Board Member Lexi Schulze Berenger-Testa, Jeannie E. Javelosa, Alma Rita Jimenez/Chair for Trade & Industry of MAP, Maria Isabel “Beng” Tesoro/Group CEO-Tesoros, Myke Teodoro, STC and Pacita “Chit” Juan.
 
LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM
LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM
LIKE FISHES IN AN AQUARIUM
 
 
 
 
AJIS OF JAPAN VISITS PAGASA OFFICE
Written by Wave Technologies, Inc.   
Thursday, 10 March 2016
AJIS OF JAPAN VISITS PAGASA OFFICE AJIS OF JAPAN VISITS PAGASA OFFICE AJIS (All Japan Inventory Service) is an international company performing outsourced physical inventory for retail outlets.  It plans to set up office in the Philippines sometime November and is doing due diligence before investing in the country.  On 10 March 2016, (counter-clockwise) Jun Omi-san, Takuya Hisadome-san, Adones Murayama-san, Raita Uckidado-san and Kenta Tagawa-san presented to PAGASA’s STC and William Villanueva what their company is offering the local retail businesses.
 
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