High-Impact Q&As with 17 CEO Market Masters

If you could ask one or two important questions to the CEO of a major company, what would you ask and why? If you could get valuable insights from high-powered CEOs in numerous industries in the Philippines, how would it benefit you and your organization?

There’s no denying the year has been full of extenuating circumstances that have significantly impacted many business operations. To add to that, technological developments and changing work norms and cultures require organizations to be more agile than ever to stay sharp, creative, and productive.

With this in mind, 17 CEOs agreed to come together in several high-impact panel sessions to answer your most pressing questions in five areas and help push you towards similar success and longevity: Linking Strategy and the Strategist, Brand Building, Business Model, Marketing Plans During and After Covid, and Growing the Business while Building the Culture.
The CEOs, assembled by Mansmith and Fielders Inc. for their 11th Market Masters Conference, are scheduled to hold live discussions every afternoon from Nov 16 – 20, 2020.

They are: Backy Baquiran (Unilab), Edwin Bautista (Union Bank), William Belo (Wilcon), Tennyson Chen (Bounty Fresh), Gary de Ocampo (Kantar), Robby Go (UBS), Bing Limjoco (Francorp), Tony Moncupa Jr (Eastwest Bank), Venus Navalta (IPG Mediabrands), Jerome Ong (CDO), Victor Paterno (7-Eleven),Tina Tan (Suy Sing), Jimmy Thai (Primer Group), Robert Trota (Max’s Group), Wick Veloso (PNB), Benjamin Yao (Steel Asia), and Benjie Yap (Unilever).

They will help end the year on a positive note.
Plus, to celebrate Mansmith’s 30th anniversary and as part of the spirit of bayanihan, all paying enrollees will be able to help a COVID-affected SME owner attend this conference for free.

Register on the website: www.marketmastersconference.com For scholarship requests, please email info@mansmith.net with your information and company details.

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