As the strong voice of the Cebu business community, the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry continues to establish a stronghold to propel Cebu’s economic growth with its dynamic, passionate and committed officers.
The combined wisdom and experiential acumen of these officers ensure the continuing suitability and effectiveness in all of the chamber’s undertakings for the region’s business growth.
CCCI SHOWS APPRECIATION TO 4 INCUMBENT OFFICERS
Registered as a non-stock, non-profit organization, CCCI was incorporated and domiciled in the Republic of the Philippines. Its purpose is to promote and uphold the economic interests of its members and the Cebu City community particularly in the fields of commerce, trade, industry and agriculture.
CCCI’s operational sustainability fosters through the active participation and maximum efforts of the business legends, executives and entrepreneurs who serve as policy-making body — - the Board of Trustees.
The Board of Trustees ensures that the policies are observed, updated and consistent with the Chamber constitution and bylaws. They formulate the thrusts and strategies, ratifies initiatives and programs including projects, work plans, activities and budgets.
BOT members approve partnerships, agreements, sponsorships and authorize the President and/or designate signatories and exercises oversight responsibility over Chamber resources such as finances and properties.
Trustees are elected to represent the concerns of their sector, address issues and bottlenecks and innovate strategies and approaches for development and progress.
In this regard, the chamber extends its sincerest thanks and profound gratitude the outgoing trustees who unselfishly shared their exemplary contribution in bringing business to the next level:
•Francis L. Dy, Greenworld LED Solutions, Inc. Managing Director.
•Edwin V. Ortiz, Able Services, Inc. President and CEO
•Architect Benjamin S. Avila, Principal Architect
•Jimmy Chua, AVP & Business Head CRB Visayas Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT)
Trustee Dy represents the trade sector, Trustees Ortiz and Archt. Avila for both in the service sector and Trustee Chua, the ICT sector.
To date, there are 20 trustees in the Chamber Board headed by the CCCI President Melanie C. Ng.
Come February 2018, CCCI will hold its annual election for the Board of Trustees position. Open positions will be filled in through next year’s BOT election.