Industry Partners

  With its industry partners, the Meralco Corporate Partners affords the opportunity to get feedback from customers, associations, other organizations and educators to keep up with industry trends, best practices and new technologies that impact energy processes, facilities and equipment.


SEIPI has embraced its vital and increasing role in the country’s export structure, as the semiconductors and electronics industry has emerged as the country's premier generator of jobs, exports and investments. Keeping this in mind, it now leads the way in enhancing the competitive environment for electronics business, driving the Philippines toward the global leadership in the field of Information and Communication Technology.


​The Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI) is the prime mover of Philippine industries responsive to the challenges of the global economy. An indispensable partner of the Philippine government, FPI’s advice and counsel are sought out to promote and develop globally-competitive industries.


The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a bilateral foreign chamber that promotes European interests in the Philippines as well as Philippine interests in Europe. With more than 700 members, ECCP offers a strong business network that potentially translates to multiple business opportunities. It is a unique organization that offers membership as well as professional services to members and clients


The IT & Business Processing Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) is the umbrella organization for the fastest-growing industry in the Philippines: offshoring and outsourcing (O&O). IBPAP serves as the one-stop information and advocacy gateway for the country's key O&O services sector. IBPAP's thrust is to promote the competitive advantages and the growth potential of various industries the Philippines.


Samahan sa Pilipinas ng mga Industriyang Kimika (SPIK), or the Chemical Industries Association of the Philippines, represents the chemical industries in various fora with government, non-government organizations, chambers of commerce and other industry associations, both local and foreign. It articulates industry’s concerns ranging from competitiveness, to opportunities in trade, environmental regulations, and policies that will enhance the development of skills among industry players.

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