Tycoons unite under BBM — Sabin

Private Sector Advisory Council convenor and Aboitiz Group CEO Sabin Aboitiz speaks before the investors at the New York Stock Exchange, representing the Philippine business community. | Photograph courtesy of Aboitiz Group

New York, United States — The Aboitiz Group stands tall as a century-old landmark amidst the evolution of trade and industry which executives compared to the New York Stock Exchange building which a Philippines business delegation visited.

As the Aboitiz Group undergoes its Great Transformation growth strategy, it is positioned to become the Philippines’ first Techglomerate the company said in a statement.

This will set the innovative entrepreneurial tone of local business and empower industries to continue to be a force to be reckoned with on the international level.

Sabin Aboitiz is also the Convenor of the Private Sector Advisory Council, which was formed to provide President Bongbong Marcos with practical recommendations and strengthen the collaboration between the private and public sectors.

In this distinguished capacity, the Aboitiz Group president has witnessed firsthand the Marcos administration’s dedication to fostering productive ties between government and business to uplift the country and, most importantly, the average Filipino citizen.

30 industrialists assemble

“I’ve seen many presidents in my lifetime and they all have their strengths. The one we have today has quite cleverly gotten 30 of our country’s busiest CEOs to voluntarily work for him and our country,” Aboitiz observed.

“I know this because I’m one of them. As Convenor of the Private Sector Advisory Council to the President, I have witnessed the ability of this man to bring together the best minds in business, use them to find real solutions to real problems, and then immediately implement them like he was flipping a switch.”

The Philippine business delegation was made up of the most highly-regarded business minds in the country including International Container Terminal Services Inc. chairman and president Enrique Razon; Metro Pacific Corp. chairman and president Manuel V. Pangilinan; San Miguel Corp. chairman, president, and CEO Ramon Ang; Ayala Corp. chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala; JG Summit Holdings Inc. president and CEO Lance Gokongwei; Magsaysay Group president and CEO Doris Ho; and SM Prime Holdings director Hans Sy, among others.

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