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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March 22, 2018

by Ma. Aurora “Boots” Geotina-Garcia from business.inquirer.net We now live in the age where the changes in the global and local business environment show no signs of slowing down. This is why it came as no surprise when the incoming Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) Board of Governors has chosen “Competing in the Age […]

December 20, 2017

from businesswire.com TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The ASEAN-Japan Centre (AJC) organized the 2nd ASEAN-Japan Women Entrepreneurs’ Linkage Program (AJWELP), a program to empower start-up women entrepreneurs, in Jakarta, Indonesia on December 3-6, 2017. It was co-hosted by Ministry of Cooperatives and SME of Indonesia and Kamar Dagang dan Industri Indonesia (KADIN: Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry), in cooperation […]

November 13, 2017

from asean.org The Action Agenda aims to mainstream Women’s Economic Empowerment through innovation, trade and inclusive business, and human capital development by encouraging each ASEAN Member State to support the following actions: 1) ADOPT CONCRETE AND MEASURABLE ACTIONS to address the barriers that impede maximizing women’s full economic potential in the areas of: finance, information […]

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