Mighty Corp. Receives Outstanding Corporation Award

Mighty Corp. will be receiving the Outstanding Corporation Award in this year’s National Management Congress.

This year’s congress will be the 40th celebration of the iconic event and will be hosted by Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) in simple ceremonies.

The institute said that the funds they will be saving for the event will be channeled to research and studies of important issues in politics, economics, sociology and national security.

This year’s National Management Congress will honor recipients of Outstanding Corporation of the year Award, which will be received by Mighty Corp., the Outstanding Management Leadership Award of the year, and the oath-taking of new members.

Mighty Corp. Receives Award in 40th National Management Congress

Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) will be awarding Mighty Corp. the Outstanding Corporation of the Year Award in this year’s National Management Congress.

The award was in recognition of Mighty Corp.’s achievements in both business matters and in social, cultural and religious affairs.

According to the chairman of PCMRI, the 40th National Management Congress will be celebrated in simple ceremonies and the funds that will be saved will be used for the research of more important issues.

“We opted to hold a simple rite so that funds and other resources we can save can be channeled to research and further studies of important issues in politics, economics, sociology and national security,” he said.

The PCMRI is a federation of professional and technological societies, management developments, institutions, academe, business enterprises and professional managers dedicated to the development of management and improvement of its practices.

Mighty Corp. Partners with Local Tobacco Farmers

Mighty Corp. collaborates with local tobacco farmers up north to form a formidable opponent in the tobacco industry.

Mighty corp. asked for the help of the National Tobacco Administration about substantially increasing their tobacco purchase from the local farmers.
According to the president of the National Federation of Tobacco Growers and Cooperatives, they are grateful for the commitments of Mighty Corp. to help the local tobacco farmers with their
increase of tobacco purchase.

He said that he was overwhelmed by the company’s firm commitment to help the local tobacco farmers. He also added that other local farmers have expressed relief that thei tobacco will be more profitable in the local market.

“Now that we are assured of an alternative market, besides other tobacco companies, our members will again be inspired to devote larger areas to the cultivation of Ilocandia’s most important cash crop,”

Mighty Corp. Increases Tobacco Purchase from Local Farmers

The oldest Filipino-owned cigarette manufacturer, Mighty Corp., announced that it will substantially increase its tobacco purchase from domestic farmers nationwide.

This is in line with the company’s recent expansion due to the implementation of Republic Act 10351 or the Sin Tax Reform Law last 2012.

Mighty Corp. already submitted Letter of Intent to National Tobacco Administration for the planned increase of tobacco purchase.

The increase purchase will not only help Mighty Corp. compete in the tobacco industry effectively, but will also assure local farmers that the company will continue to support them.

Mighty Corporation Urges Local Farmers to Use Organic Pesticides

Mighty Corp. shows their love for the environment as they urge domestic farmers to use organic pesticides.

This will minimize the reliance of local farmers on chemical-based pesticides and will increase the number of organic-pesticides users in the country.

According to Oscar Barrientos, Mighty executive vice president and spokesman, the move was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility thrust. He added that the number farmers who
use chemical-based pesticides are slowly decreasing while the amount of organic-based pesticides users are slowly growing.

“This trend should be encouraged,” he added.

In addition to a much greener future, this movement will also increase the income of domestic farmers and will slowly extinguish the use of chemical-based pesticides in our country.

Mighty Corp. is in efforts with National Tobacco Administration (NTA), Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) and University of the Philippines in Los Baños, Laguna (UPLB) to support this cause.

Mighty Corporation Encourages Filipino Farmers to use Organic Pesticides

The country’s oldest and and Filipino-owned cigarette manufacturer, Mighty Corp., is paving the way for a much greener future.

The cigarette company urges local tobacco farmers to find alternative and organic pesticides to use rather than relying one chemical-based pesticides.

Not only will this help the environment as time goes by, but it will also significantly increase the income of the domestic tobacco farmers.

According to the vice president and spokesperson of Mighty Corp., this was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility thrust. He also added that more and more local farmers are using organic pesticides rather than relying solely on chemical-based ones.

“This trend should be encouraged,” the vice president added.

Mighty Corp. has been coordinating with the National Tobacco Administration (NTA), Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) and University of the Philippines in Los Baños, Laguna (UPLB) for this purpose.

Mighty Corporation to Receive Recognition for Best Company

Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) will hold this year’s National Management Congress in a much simpler ceremony. The 40th celebration of the event will honor recipients of the Outstanding Corporation of the year Award, Outstanding Management Leadership Award of the year, and the oath-taking of new members.

According to PCMRI Congress chairman Dr. Pedrito Salvador, the event will be held on December 10 and will be attended by government officials and members of the academe and the private sector.

“We opted to hold a simple rite so that funds and other resources we can save can be channeled to research and further studies of important issues in politics, economics, sociology and national security,” the chairman said.

The PCMRI is a federation of professional and technological societies, management developments, institutions, academe, business enterprises and professional managers dedicated to the development of management and improvement of its practices.

Mighty Corporation, a Filipino company, will receive the Outstanding Corporation Award for 70 years worth of service.

Mighty Corporation in Efforts to Replace Chemical-Based Pesticides with Eco-Friendly Ones

Mighty Corp. shows their concern for the environment as they urge local farmers to use alternative pesticides in their plantations.

If followed rigorously, this will not only result in a healthier environment, but will also yield greater income for the local farmers.

This will also help cease the reliance local farmers on chemical-based pesticides and discover other ways to take care of their harvests.

According to the vice president and spokesperson of Mighty Corp., this was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility thrust. He also added that more and more local farmers are
shifting from chemical-based pesticides to organic-based ones, or a combination of both.

“This trend should be encouraged,” the vice president added.

Mighty Corp. has been coordinating with the National Tobacco Administration (NTA), Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) and University of the Philippines in Los Baños, Laguna (UPLB) for this cause.

Mighty Corporation Celebrates its 7 Decades Worth of Service with an Award for Best Company

In this year’s National Management Congress, Mighty Corp. will receive the Outstanding Corporation Award for its 70 years worth of service.

The 40th celebration of the event will be hosted by Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) and will honor the recipients of the Outstanding Corporation of the year Award, Outstanding Management Leadership Award of the year and the oath-taking of new members.

According to PCMRI Congress chairman Dr. Pedrito Salvador, the event will be held on December 10 and will be attended by government officials and members of the academe and the private sector.

PCMRI plans to celebrate the event in a much simpler fashion.

According to Salvador, “We opted to hold a simple rite so that funds and other resources we can save can be channeled to research and further studies of important issues in politics, economics, sociology and national security.”

The PCMRI is a federation of professional and technological societies, management developments, institutions, academe, business enterprises and professional managers dedicated to the development of management and improvement of its practices.