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MapúaMCM Now a Member of The Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Incorporation (DCCCII)



Mapúa Malayan Colleges Mindanao is now officially a new member of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Incorporation (DCCCII), having been inducted last May 29, 2020, during the 4th General Membership Meeting held via Webinar.

“A partnership with DCCCII is a step in the right direction for MapúaMCM to establish itself as an enduring institution in Davao City. I would like to offer my thanks to our EVP/COO, Engr. Dodjie S. Maestrecampo for having the vision to see this partnership through.” Dr. Jose Paolo Mack, Dean of the Alfonso T. Yuchengco College of Business (ATYCB), shared.

In line with MapúaMCM’s thrust to contribute to the development of Mindanao, becoming a member of the DCCCII directly connects the school to various partners in Davao and Mindanao. Keeping an eye on future developments in Region XI, the institution becomes more aware of trends and occurrences in the region to adapt to the changes in the business climate. In addition, this will allow the school to establish its roots in Davao and Mindanao.

“As a new player, Mapúa Malayan Colleges Mindanao needs to establish its identity and make itself known as a professional institution that delivers world-class education,” Dr. Jose Paolo Mack stated. “Therefore, it is important for us to establish networks and cultivate ties with the business community, in order to show the public that we are committed to stay and be an institution that is part of the community and proudly Davaoeño and Mindanawon.”

This new venture also opens many great doors for the Alfonso T. Yuchengco College of Business. For the BS Entrepreneurship program, it would mean support from linkages within DCCCII that can provide access to suppliers, financing, and mentorship for the students.

Moreover, exploring linkages and partnerships with fellow members of the DCCCII opens MapúaMCM for opportunities such as on-the-job training and apprenticeship, collaborative research, and connections to resource persons and potential lecturers.