WITSA Chairman Yvonne Chiu to Foster Interactions from Philippine to the World
Invited by Philippine’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), WITSA Chairman Yvonne Chiu visited Philippine from Sept. 9 to 12, to discuss the possibility of cooperation across nations, especially for the ICT industry. In this trip, Chairman Yvonne Chiu met with Rowel Barba, Undersecretary of DTI, executives from Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), and Angelica M. Cayas, International Investments Promotion Service Director of Board of Investments (BOI). They exchanged opinions on regional economies and urge for more effective collaborations through WITSA as a platform. In respect to such consensus, two initiatives were formed: Kaohsiung-GGLC (Global Gateway Logistics City in Clark) logistic center by sea or by land freights; and clinic services for Phil Chinese Charitable Association (Taiwan Weigong Hospital).
Chairman Yvonne Chiu also visited Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA), and Electronic Industries Association of The Philippines, INC. (EIAPI). She shared in-depth know-how from her solid IT software industry background, aiming to lead the software integration in Asia and link the industry with the International, via cross-nation and cross-industry communications.
Going forward, Chairman Yvonne Chiu reiterated WITSA’s vision of fulfilling the promise of the digital age, and committed that with the power of international ICT industry, she will facilitate Philippine to further develop ICT industry and demonstrate Asian power to the world.
Rowel Barba, Undersecretary of Philippine’s Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Yvonne Chiu, WITSA Chairman.
(From left): Victor Gruet, Director of Electronics Industries Association of the Phils., Chen, representative of Taiwan Trade Center in Manila, Natalie Hunter, Executive Director of Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA), Winston Cruz, Vice President of PSIA, Yvonne Chiu, WITSA Chairman, Suzzan Tsai, WITSA CSO, Huang, board member of CISA, and Michael Alfred V. Ignacio, officer from Manila Economic and Cultural Office.