The Sixth Anniversary Arangkada Philippines Forum of the Joint Foreign Chambers (JFC) of the Philippines will be held at the Marriott Grand Ballroom on September 14, 2017. This year’s forum with the theme “Implementing the 10-Point Agenda” will focus on the 10-point Socioeconomic Agenda of the Duterte Administration. The forum will discuss key programs and policies that support achievement of the ten points in the years ahead.
The topics that will be discussed in the forum utilizes the framework of Arangkada’s Seven Big Winner Sectors (Agribusiness, BPM, Creative Industries, Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Logistics, Mining, and Tourism). The forum is divided into five panels with the following topics: Muscling the Economy: Filling the Infrastructure Gap; Philippine Industrial Revolution: Manufacturing, Logistics, and Mining; Game Changers: Agribusiness, Creative Industries, Disruptive Technologies: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Drones, Robots, Etc. and Tourism; Philippine Workplace 2030: Human Capital Challenges and Solutions
We have invited distinguished industry leaders and experts from both the public and private sectors to join the event. President Rodrigo Duterte has been invited to be the keynote speaker and National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Secretary Ernesto Pernia and Department of Budget and Management Secretary Ben Diokno will be among the key speakers to discuss the Ten-point Agenda, the Philippine Development Plan, and Ambisyon Natin 2040.
The Sixth Anniversary Arangkada Philippines Forum is sponsored by 3M, Auto Nation Group, Inc. (Jeep), BDO, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Capital One, Coca-Cola FEMSA, DoubleDragon Properties, Emerson Electronics, First Philippine Holdings, Globe Telecom, Leechiu Property Consultants, Manila Water Company, Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, Mondelez, Moog Controls Corporation, Pacific Cross, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation, Regus Philippines, Royal Cargo, Santos Knight Frank, SGV & Co., Social Security System, Sumitomo Corporation of the Philippines, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp., Tourism Promotions Board, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation, and Travellers International (Resorts World Manila).