Wednesday, February 23, 2011

People-Powered Livelihood Movement

In commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of EDSA Revolution, the Ninoy Cory Aquino Foundation (NCAF),  in coordination with PinoyME (Pinoy Micro Enterprises), holds a 3-day People-Powered Livelihood Movement at the NBC Tent/Global City to assist NGO’s and the public through business development services.  In one of the sessions on 23 Feb. 2011, PAGASA Pres. STC is invited as a  resource person together with (L-R) the moderator and representatives of SMART Communications, Splash Direct Sales and Petron Stations in offering business opportunities to the partners/beneficiaries of NGO-attendees.  STC gave pointers on how to get products on the Shelves of supermarkets even for Microenterprises. Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 August 2011 )

Friday, February 18, 2011

PAGASA’s STC and William Villanueva attend Emergency Meeting at PDEA

PAGASA’s STC and William Villanueva (4th & 5th from right, back row) attends the Emergency Meeting on 18 Feb. 2011 organized by the Dangerous Drug Board led by Dir. Carlos F. Gadapan PDEA and Asst. Sec. Ma. Belen Matibag DDB to inform/warn stakeholders of the prohibition to carry/sell any products with Poppy Seeds. Sample in picture shows popular salad dressing with poppy seeds sold by retailers. Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 August 2011 )

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Ms. Makiko Takaoka interviews PAGASA’s STC

Nomura Research Institute’s AGM & Consultant>Ms. Makiko Takaoka interviews PAGASA’s STC on the latest figures on retailing in the country inside a supermarket to get a better feel of the project.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 August 2011 )

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Board Meeting of PAGASA at Robinson’s Otis in Paco, Manila

The 1Q ‘11 Board Meeting of PAGASA was held close to Valentine’s Day at Robinson’s Otis in Paco, Manila. After the Meeting Proper, a demonstration was held by Eric Ngo of NuTech to present his latest innovation where his gadget can light up and prolong the life of even busted fluorescent lamps thereby saving the retailers pesos in lighting maintenance, power bill and help protect the environment by containing toxic mercury inside these lamps for a longer period of time. Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 August 2011 )

Thursday, February 10, 2011

PAGASA at Senate Committee on Trade & Commerce

PAGASA was invited as an observer at the Senate Committee on Trade & Commerce, Committee on Economic Affairs and Special Oversight Committee on Eco. Affairs’ Lecture Forum: “Understanding Antitrust.” At the podium is Atty. Lorna P. Kapunan with her critique on existing  and fragmented legislations on antitrust.  Other presenters were DTI Usec. Zenaida C. Maglaya and Ateneo’s Atty. Anthony Abad. The forum was headed by Senate Pres. Juan Ponce Enrile and Senator Manuel Villar. Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 August 2011 )