GOINGS ON: Philippine Wedding Summit 2018 set for June 23,24 | Inquirer Business

GOINGS ON: Philippine Wedding Summit 2018 set for June 23,24

/ 05:10 AM June 03, 2018

The Philippine Wedding Summit 2018, once again opens its door to brides and grooms on June 23 to 24, featuring more than 300 of the Philippines’ top wedding suppliers at the ground floor of the SMX Mall of Asia.

Produced and organized by Themes & Motifs, The Philippine Wedding Summit will highlight the latest wedding ideas, products, and services.

Brides and grooms-to-be and their guests can download e-tickets for free entrance and more details about the two-day event through www.themesnmotifs.com. Free tickets are also available from participating exhibitors of PWS 2018.


Themes & Motifs also rebrands itself as The Wedding Inspirations Co. to better convey its advocacy to bring dream weddings to life through its events, website and publications.


Bicol retail giant fetes growth, partner brands

Liberty Commercial Center (LCC), one of the major retail establishments in Bicol, recognized its business partners and vendors during its Partnership Night, held recently at the Solaire Resort and Hotel.

This yearly celebration recognizes LCC’s business partners who have excelled in various categories as they work with the company toward bringing quality, competitively-priced products and new concepts to Bicolanos.

The Grand Slam Award was given to CDO Foodsphere Inc. for exhibiting strong sales performance and remarkable initiatives in LCC stores for the past three consecutive years.

This award is the highest recognition that LCC gives to its business partners.

Top consumer-brand companies like Unilever Philippines, Nestle Philippines, Procter & Gamble Philippines, San Miguel Brewery Inc., Monde Nissin Corporation, Gardenia Bakeries Philippines, Incorporated, and Emperador Distillers, Inc. also received awards under various categories.


“Our business partners have been key players to our success. Without them, we could not have reached where we are today,” LCC chair and CEO Antonio Tan said.

“We hope to continue to strengthen our partnership with them as the company constantly grows and innovates,” he added.

PDRF, PCPPI provide water tanks for Marawi rehab

The Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation (PDRF) has partnered with Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. (PCPPI) to provide the internally displaced people of Marawi with clean and safe water.

PDRF tapped PCPPI to provide 12 cylindrical, 20,000-liter water tanks to various gravely affected barangays across the province.

PCPPI will also partner with PDRF to conduct community training on water management and hygiene, as well as initiate various programs for the holistic, socio-psychological recovery of the Maranaos.

In full support of this partnership is Falconi Millar, Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council Secretary General, who was present during the signing ceremony.

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Millar also serves as Undersecretary of Task Force Bangon Marawi—the inter-agency task force group of the government dedicated to the recovery, reconstruction, and rehabilitation of Marawi and other affected localities.

TAGS: PCPPI, PDRF, Themes & Motifs

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