The WOMEN’S BUSINESS COUNCIL OF THE PHILIPPINES (WBCP) was established in 1997 through the endorsement of then President Fidel V. Ramos and then Trade Secretary Ernesto V. Ordonez. It was formed to provide a platform to hear about women’s issues in business and to discuss possible policies that could be endorsed to government bodies to help women in general, through business-focused solutions. Read more »


Women's Guide to Business

Issue 3 • March 2017
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September 15, 2017

from inquirer.net by Dante M. Velasco Women close ranks. From left: Boots Garcia, Usec. Nora Terrado, Emmeline Verzosa and Chit Juan Read more: http://business.inquirer.net/236857/asean-women-seek-bigger-voice#ixzz4tDgAU9IJ Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook Last Aug. 31, Asean women had their “moment” during the weeklong Asean Business Conference in Manila, which was part of the yearlong, […]

September 13, 2017

from thehimalayantimes.com Kathmandu, September 12. The South Asian Women Development Forum (SAWDF) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs Network (AWEN) of Philippines and Association of Lady Entrepreneurs of India (ALEAP) to foster women entrepreneurship and empowerment within the SAARC region.. The MoU to this effect was signed between Pramila Acharya […]

September 6, 2017

from mb.com.ph by Flor G. Tarriela “Is there a case for ‘Womenomics’ in ASEAN?”  Ma. Aurora “Boots” Garcia, Co-Chair of ASEAN Women Entrepreneurs Network (AWEN) asked at the PH-Australia Forum with the theme “Women’s Empowerment, The Next Driver of Success.” The Forum encourages collaboration between government, the business community and women entrepreneurs achieve women economic […]

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