The Board of Judges of Asia CEO Awards 2016 has chosen Secretary Albert Del Rosario as this year’s Lifetime Contributor-Public Sector awardee. Under his leadership, the Department of Foreign Affairs was consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top government agencies according to various surveys — despite his term being one of the most difficult in Philippine history. Known as a disciplined and balanced patriot, Secretary del Rosario served the country as Secretary of Foreign Affairs under the Aquino administration. Congratulations to Ambassador Albert del Rosario!
The Board of Judges of Asia CEO Awards 2016 has chosen Dr. Dado Banatao as this year’s Lifetime Contributor-Private Sector awardee. His technology innovations are part of most PCs in the world. Dado Banatao Educational Foundation, annually awards educational scholarships to intelligent Filipino students with bright futures in the field of engineering and technology. Through his Banatao Filipino American Fund, he assists Northern California high school students of Filipino heritage who are pursuing a college education in engineering. Congratulations to Dr. Dado Banatao!
The award is open to for-profit organizations that achieved significant business growth and expansion across the ASEAN region. This award category is open to organizations which have demonstrated a commitment to introducing and boosting ASEAN economic capabilities and competitiveness within the region.
|iMaverick International Corporation|
|Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc.|
|Wipro BPO Philippines|
IMI has quietly built itself into one largest electronics manufacturing, assembly and test services providers in the world. The company has 15 manufacturing sites and sales offices across Asia, Europe and North America and has moved aggressively to high-value services such as engineering and design. Congratulations to IMI for putting Philippines among the global manufacturing elite.
The award is open to any Philippines-based organization that achieved important success within Philippines or outside of it. The accomplishment(s) must demonstrate Filipino (or mixed Filipino/expatriate) management talent performing at the highest standards and be recognized as internationally significant. The innovation must be meaningful to the business/organization and to the society..
|Kalibrr Technology Ventures|
|PJ Lhuillier, Inc.|
|The Insular Life Assurance Company|
There are many innovative companies in Philippines today and the finalists all have great stories. Kalibrr is revolutionizing the way jobseekers and employers go find each other and interact. The result is vastly expanded job options for jobseekers and speedier outcome for everyone. The company also raised the largest financing deal for a local startup in Philippine Tech history. Congratulations to Kalibrr and we hope they conquer the world.
The award is open to corporate organizations, academe and startup companies that focuses on Information and Communications Technology, Bio Technology & Material Science, Sciences and Math & Engineering.
|Advanced World Solutions|
|Pointwest Technologies Corporation|
|Tata Consultancy Services|
|Wipro BPO Philippines|
Tata Consultancy Services is one of the largest IT services companies in the world with more than 350,000 employees in 45 countries. Not only does TCS have a sizeable and growing workforce in Philippines to serve global clients but it is one of the few that has aggressively focused on serving clients in Philippines. One project in particular transformed Manila Water’s IT systems to the highest global standards and is enabling world-class service to customers.
The award is open to any person who achieved measurable success by starting a business or businesses in Philippines from scratch. The entrepreneur must have assumed and overcame personal risks in doing so. The business or businesses founded should not be subsidiaries of other companies.
|Corazon Ballard, RLB Philippines., Inc.|
|Henry Motte-Munoz, Edukasyon.ph|
|Patrick Thomas Lynch, First Circle|
|Jose Magsaysay, Potato Corner|
|Bryce Maddock & Jaspar Weir, TaskUs|
|Mon Abrea, Abrea Consulting Group|
|Dr. Eduardo De Leon Cabantog, Alliance In Motion Global, Inc.|
|Mario M. Valderrama, Marby Food Ventures|
|Ric Atienze, iMaverick International Corporation|
|Albert M.G. Garcia, Whealth Inc.|
|Renato C. Sio, Sanitary Care Products Asia|
|Sherill R. Quintana, Oryspa Spa Solutions|
|Iyah Enciso, FAD School of Modelling|
Joe Magsaysay started Potato Corner in 1992 and soon after opened its first franchise outlets using the easy to run kiosk style of operation. Today, it has 500 stores across Philippines and in countries as diverse as Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and USA. Congratulations to Joe Magsaysay for making Potato Corner the tastiest franchise in Philippines and being the winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year award.
This award is given to private and public corporations that implement specific programs that produce a positive and significant effect to Filipino overseas foreign workers and their families.
|Magsaysay People Resources Corporation (MPRC)|
|Sta. Lucia Land|