NEWS & MEDIA
We are please to invite you to join the 1st Mindanao Energy Efficiency Forum on 23 July 2013 @ Marco Polo Hotel, Davao City
Two local chambers on May 31 signed the “integrity pledge” to commit for ethical business practices and prohibit bribery in any form of activities.The pledge was signed by the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (DCCCII) and Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Mindanao Inc. during the general membership meeting of DCCCII at Seda Hotel in Abreeza development, J. P. Laurel Ave.
The Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry will have its 2nd General Membership Meeting on February 22, 2013 at the Serenade Ballroom, Grand Men Seng Hotel.
Installation of new officers & 1st Monthly General Membership Meeting
The Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry will have its 5th General Membership Meeting on May 31,2013 at Seda Abreeza Hotel.
DESPITE the damage Typhoon Pablo brought to the agriculture sector in Davao Region, the Department of Agriculture (DA in Davao on Tuesday said there is enough supply for high-value crops for local markets for this year.
AGRICULTURE will be the main focus as the Davao Trade Expo (Date) 2013 unwraps at the SMX Davao Convention Center, SM Lanang Premier on October 17 to 19.
A LOCAL trade official allayed the misgivings of Philippine manufacturers and exporters about the impact of the impending Asean Economic Community (AEC) implementation, stressing that it is not just about creating a single market, but also about creating a single production base that will open up more opportunities for the country.
THE Philippines is considered as the third largest producers of banana in the world. In fact, banana is considered as the most important fruit crop in terms of volume of production and export earnings.
WHILE they may not be on the same page, banana growers and environmental advocates both agree on the importance of protecting the environment.
AFTER suffering from all kinds of disasters in 2012--from the Panama disease to China crisis to the devastation of Typhoon Pablo--the banana industry in Davao Region remains hopeful it will recover from all these unfortunate incidents.
Friday, February 15, 2013 - ALL businesses in Davao City, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), have been urged to be familiar with the new interpretations of taxation laws that are being implemented by the present administration, an official of one of the country's leading auditing firm said.
The Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (DCCCII) will vie anew for best chamber in the World Chamber Competition at Doha, Qatar by April with its entry entitled “ASEAN Integration: A Chamber Initiative.”
A BUSINESS leader in Davao City said they are planning to come up with an energy efficiency policy and a green building incentive program for the city.
TELEPERFORMANCE, one of the world's leading provider of business processing outsourcing services, is looking at other areas in Mindanao where it can expand its operations, a company official said Friday.
Top environmental solutions provider World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Philippines) and Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Foundation released the second version of a multi-phase study on climate adaptation for Philippine cities.
THE Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc. (DCCCII) will host this year's 22nd Mindanao Business Conference (MinBizCon).
OUTSTANDING CHAMBER. Architect Daniel T. Lim, President of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc (extreme right), poses with Transportation and Communication Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya and lawyer Miguel B. Varela, President of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), after receiving for DCCCII the Most Outstanding Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines and Most Outstanding Chamber of Commerce in Mindanao awards during the culmination of the 39th Philippine Business Conference & Expo, October 22-24 at the Manila Hotel today. From left DCCCII Corporate Treasurer Yvonne F. Cabada, Executive Vice President Antonio T. dela Cruz, Past President and Trustee John Y. Gaisano, Jr., Honorary Chairman and Chairman of the Board Sebastian L. Angliongto, Varela and Lim.
DANTE MUYCO JR. STIRS HIS CUP OF NATIVE CHOCOLATE LIKE HE STIRS MINDANAO INTO GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS
“People in Davao region should have a taste of the chocolate that are locally produced.”
DAVAO Region is among areas in the country where abaca plantations are to be developed this year, the Fiber Industry Development Authority (Fida) has reported.
Academe sees skill mismatch in the Davao City's graduating students in relation to what the city's industry needs.
The Davao City Chamber of Commerce has elected a new set of trustees for the year 2013
The BIR issued Revenue Memorandum Circular (RMC) 44- 2013 extending the deadline for the validity of unused/unissued receipts and invoices from June 30, 2013 to August 30, 2013. However the deadline for the application for printing of new receipts remain to be on April 30, 2013. Any late filing of application for authority to print is subject to a penalty for late filing.
AN OFFICIAL of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in Davao Region identified about 40 projects of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that are to be funded through the agency's Shared Service Facility (SSF) program.
DTI gives tips for Filipinos to start their own small business.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is set to launch a comprehensive study and review of the country’s cabotage law as it moves to improve the competitiveness of local industries, including tuna fishing and manufacturing.
Is coconut oil really that good for you?Once castigated for its generous saturated fat content, coconut oil has been given a second life as a (gasp!) healthy fat. And while drinking it by the tablespoon still isn't a great idea, you definitely should consider adding the oil to your diet.
IN THE 1960s, petroleum-based fertilizers were the most economical practices to add nitrogen to the soil. "But fertilizers are expensive and we are increasingly aware of environmental pollution caused by improper fertilizer use," said Roy C. Alimoane, director of the Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center (MBRLC) in Bansalan, Davao del Sur.
INTERNATIONAL development partners making up the country's Official Development Assistance (ODA) agencies are set to convene in Davao City next week to discuss ways to better complement multilateral initiatives, the Mindanao Development Authority (Minda) announced Monday.
GOAT farming is gaining ground in the Philippines. "Goats are very popular among Filipinos because they require low initial capital investment, fit the smallhold farm conditions, and multiply fast," explained the Laguna-based Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development (Pcarrd) in its investment briefer
THE government will develop and promote the agriculture and other industry clusters of Mindanao as viable investments in a bid to boost their export performance.
The Movement of Imaginals for Sustainable Societies Through Initiatives Organizing and Networking
Winning organizations have one thing in common – High Performance Standards.
Greater diversification of production and processing of by-products in agriculture, and closer coordination between academe and industry should be pursued to generate more decent, productive, and sustainable jobs for Filipinos, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA).
GROWTH in agro-based exports may be sustained with the opening up of new markets for sugar and bananas, according to the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda).
ORGANIZERS of the 15th Davao Trade Expo (Date), the biggest agribusiness expo in Mindanao, are expecting at least P100 million in sales.
The PANAGDAIT DAVAO: A BENEFIT CONCERT FOR THE SURVIVORS OF TYPHOON PABLO is happening on March 21-23, 2013 at the Open Parking Area of the Abreeza Mall.
THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has reported the country will further intensify participation in the negotiations of trade agreements, particularly those with the European Union (EU) and United States (US), in its bid to seize more trading opportunities.
National Conference & General Assembly 5-7 December 2013 OD Corpuz Hall Developement Academy of the Philippines San Miguel Ave., Pasig City
National Conference & General Assembly
DESPITE the decline in February, Philippine exports are expected to grow 10 to 17.2 percent this year. Zeno Ronald Abenoja, director of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas' Department of Economic Research, said the 10 percent growth of merchandise exports was based on the projections adopted by the Development Budget Coordinating Committee (DBCC) last November.
The Davao City Council Inc. (DCCI) is pushing for the development of the five golden crops of Philippine agriculture not only to provide more income to the farmers but to prepare them for the Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) economic integration by 2015.
MORE manufacturing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) especially exporters are urged to participate in productivity improvement program that can assist them to sustain the quality and volume demands of their buyers.
AN OFFICIAL from South Korea's Guro District said Monday they are eyeing to embark on a youth and sports exchange programs with the City Government of Davao.
We are pleased to invite the members of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. to our upcoming tax seminar entitled How to Survive a BIR Audit, to be held on July 26, 2013, Friday (1:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.)at the SGV & Co. Office located at 5th Floor Topaz Tower, Damosa IT Park, J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City.
Asean integration is upon us. Whether Filipino organizations recognize it or not, the prospect of economic integration is changing business dynamics across the region, creating new opportunities and with it, new risks.