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 »

Speaker Presentations for 3rd Women's Business Summit Philippines



clark1 July 7, 2016

The state owned Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), the Clark Development Corporation (CDC) and the Diwata-Women in Resource Development Inc. (DIWATA) recently signed an agreement for the use of the BCDA Group Women’s Center facility in the Clark Freeport Zone to train more solar engineers among the women of the indigenous Aeta community or […]

MAPping---boots-garcia---28Mar2016---Why-financing-women-entrepreneurs-can-turn-around-economy July 7, 2016

By Ma. Aurora D. Geotina Garcia from inquirer.net Around the world, we see the need to address issues such as congestion, worsening traffic, climate change, uncontrolled urban sprawl, soaring populations, poverty and social exclusion. In the Philippines, there have been numerous debates on transport systems and infrastructure in the capital as the outcry on worsening traffic […]

MAPping---boots-garcia---28Mar2016---Why-financing-women-entrepreneurs-can-turn-around-economy March 28, 2016

By Ma. Aurora D. Geotina Garcia MARCH being International Women’s Month, I have chosen to write about a topic that has been discussed lengthily in both international and local fora. Several studies noted that while women-owned enterprises comprised a major part of formal SMEs (small and medium enterprises) in emerging markets, these businesses were observed […]

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