Goings-on: Learning series set
FPTI [Forecasting and Planning Technologies Inc.] is presenting a special discovery session on its latest gallery of business applications and mobile analytics on October 5 (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) at the Bahia Room of Hotel Intercontinental, Makati.
Business from various industries would benefit greatly from the session by sending their middle managers and executives from IT, MIS, finance, accounting, sales and marketing, distribution and warehouse departments.
For inquiries and reservations call: 8971435 local 121/ 8995834 or go to fpti.com.ph/spte/registration.aspx for free registration.
Cathay Pacific names new execs for PH
Martin Xu has been named Cathay Pacific Philippines new country manager following Ed Higgs’ three-year stint in the position. The transition coincided with the carrier’s Chicago destination launch at the Manila Polo Club, where Xu was officially welcomed to the team.
A graduate of the prestigious Chinese University of Hong Kong, he joined the premium carrier in 2002 as a management trainee, and gained experience by working in its different departments including marketing, inflight services and commercial sales.
Other movements within the Cathay Pacific Group include newly appointed Cebu manager Maggie Wong and Dragonair chief representative Walter Li.
Angeles City opens satellite office
The Angeles City government satellite office is now open at the 3rd floor of Robinsons Place Angeles McArthur Highway, Baligago, Angeles City. A simple inaugural event was held with Robinsons Land Corp. and local government officials in attendance. The new satellite office will house different important departments like business permits and licensing, civil registry office, civil service, mayor’s desk and public employment services office.
The Angeles City government satellite office opens Mondays to Fridays, at 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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