BPCCI is a non-stock, non-profit and non-political membership organization which actively promotes and upholds the economic interests of businessmen and entrepreneurs in Batangas engaged in manufacturing, trade, commerce, industry, agriculture and services.

BPCCI aims to foster closer relations, understanding and cooperation among the different sectors of the local economy by unifying them into a strong and solid organization for the better enhancement of economic growth and development in Batangas.

Since 1978, by virtue of Letter of Instruction No. 780, the Philippine Chamber of Commerce & Industry has been recognized as the “sole official representative and voice of the entire private business community.” LOI 780 further states: “ in the pursuit of its lofty objective, PCCI deserves the encouragement, assistance and support of the Government.”

BPCCI is the local Chamber affiliated with PCCI.


Batangas Province will celebrate its 429th Foundation Week Dec. 3-8, 2010 in Lipa City. Trade Fair and Exhibits at SM Lipa City Parking Area, Mutya ng Batangan Beauty Pageant, mini-band competition, cultural shows, street dancing, and more. Lipa City is also famous for religious pilgrimages. This is a pet project of Gov. Rosa Vilma Santos Recto and the Sanggunian Tourism Committee chaired by Vice-Gov. Mark Leviste with Christopher "Boyet" de Leon as Vice-Chairman. The Chamber of Commerce will come out with its annual publication featuring member companies in a handbook /directory of resorts, venues, tourism-related businesses which will be given FREE to stakeholders, LGU Officials, schools, businessmen, entrepreneurs. Participation, sponsorship, promotional items and prizes, ad inserts/flyering, manifestation of interest is open to Batangas stakeholders. http://www.batangaschamber.com/programs.html

, through local chambers such as BPCCI achieves its vision and mission through focused advocacy for business growth, strategic business services, and national/international networking resulting in sustainable economic growth for the long-term benefit of our businesses and people.

PCCI represents the business sector in a number of government bodies tasked with policy formulation and implementation. These include the following:

  • Local Development Councils through the Local Chamber
  • Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  • Small and Medium Enterprises Development Council (SMED)
  • National Agricultural and Fisheries Council (NAFC)
  • Task Force on WTO Agreement on Agriculture Re-Negotiation
  • Department of Agriculture - Biotechnology Committee
  • Solid Waste Management Commission.
  • Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
  • Export Development Council
  • Customs Consultative Group (CCG)
  • Technical Working Group on
  • Philippine Ports Authority
  • Cargo Handling Expired Contracts Committee

  • PCCI
    regularly receives trade, business and research inquiries from all over the world. Most of these inquiries come from companies which are either looking for suppliers and buyers or business tie-ups. Through the PCCI’s system of trade opportunities referral, these foreign business inquiries are matched with local counterparts from PCCI’s database for possible trade partnership. BPCCI may also avail of this service when looking for buyers and suppliers, both local and foreign.

    At present, PCCI has ongoing partnerships with business groups in more than 30 countries around the world.
    The following venues to access business opportunities are provided by PCCI thru your local Chamber:

  • Membership Database
  • Matching Opportunities, Ventures and Exchanges (M.O.V.E.) Towards Economic Development:

  • - - One-on-One Business Matching
    - Lending Facilities for Businesses
    - Big Brother-Small Brother Program

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