“Creating a Culture of Compliance and Competition”
The LGBT Chamber invited to talks and industry chat by the Philippine Competition Commission (http://phcc.gov.ph/)
Pasig City, April 25, 2018
Brian Tenorio, Chair of the Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce with the Heads and Executive Directors of the Makati Business Club, Integrity Initiative, American Chamber, European Chamber, Chinese Chamber, Philippine Retailers Association, Phil Pharma Association discussing with Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) Chairman Dr. Arsenio M. Balisacan and Commissioners Stella Luz A. Quimbo, Atty. Johannes Benjamin R. Bernabe, Atty. Amabelle C. Asuncion.
#LGBTchamber Board Director Jeoff Solas (foreground, left) with the NSTP and Academe of Far Eastern University for their Gender and Cultural Sensitivity seminar. Here with the participants, GALANG (Philippines), and Side B Philippines #EqualityNow
In celebration of Human Rights Day this December 10, 2017, the Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce shares this video from UN Human Rights about the real economic cost of LGBT exclusion (as narrated by Zachary Quinto).
We, at the #LGBTchamber, believe in championing the LGBT contribution in Philippine Business.
Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce Chair, Brian Tenorio, joins Fellows from India, Indonesia, Japan, Peru, and Thailand for the “EYES for Embracing Diversity : Human Mobility and Diversity” programme of the Japan Foundation
Part 1 – Indonesia Program November 26 to December 2, 2017
Part 2 – Japan Program June 2018
Overview of the program
From the Japan Foudnation Office: The Japan Foundation Asia Center is carrying out a collaborative project in Southeast Asia and Japan called “EYES for Embracing Diversity” (hereafter referred to as the EYES Project). Rather than an intolerant society that rejects others who vary from oneself due to the differences in ethnic groups, races, religions, and nationalities that one encounters here and there around the world, including in Asia, this program represents an effort to support the formation of an inclusive society where every individual respects diversity, relishes in each other, and enhances one another’s value. Geared toward the next generation of leaders who seek to achieve a society that embraces diversity, the project sends out
messages of diversity.
The EYES Project is a collaborative project that draws together strategists involved with diversity in Asia, primarily Southeast Asia, to Indonesia and Japan. There, they learn about the diversity in their respective countries, understand and analyze local problems, and propose solutions to those problems.
For more than three decades now, Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ANZCHAM) has been promoting three-way business and trade relations between Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. With a membership of 350 corporations and prominent individuals, ANZCHAM is committed to fostering a dynamic and responsive business environment for investments to thrive in the Philippines.
This event happened last 09 November 2017 at Tower Club, PhilamLife Tower, Makati City. Leading the discussion from the Philippine Chamber was our Board Member, Jeoff Solas.