As part of their Corporate Social Responsibility thrust, Mighty Corp. is willing to substantially increase their tobacco purchase from tobacco 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, allowing Mighty to compete in the tobacco industry on equal ground.
Mighty already submitted a Letter of Intent to the National Tobacco Administration for their plans to increase their tobacco purchase.
This move will assure local farmers that their crops will have its place in the local market while also helping Mighty effectively compete in the tobacco industry.
Mighty Corp. celebrates this year’s National Management Congress with an Outstanding Corporation Award.
Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) will be hosting this year’s National Management Congress in simple ceremonies, allocating the funds that will be saved to further research on 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,” spokesperson of PCMRI said.
The PCMRI will honor the recepients of Outstanding Corporation of the year Award and the Outstanding Management Leadership Award of the year. They will also witness the oath-taking of its newest members.
Mighty Corp. expands their CSR projects yet again.
As part of their movement to aid local tobacco farmers in their livelihood, Mighty urges these farmers to shift to the use of organic pesticides instead on relying on chemical-based pesticides.
These will not only help decrease the pollution in the environment, but will also help local farmers increase their income.
According to records Mighty have, more and more farmers are starting to use organic pesticides rather than being relying on their current pesticides.
Mighty Corp., 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), are in efforts to support this cause.
Mighty Corp. is showing their support for the tobbaco industry.
According to Mighty Corp. the company’s market share has significantly increased in th last years and, as a way to give back, Mighty will continually support livelihood programs for the local tobacco farmers.
“We have earned our fair share of the market by making quality but affordable cigarettes that were smartly packaged, creatively and ingenuously sold to the mass market. That is the secret of our success in breaking the cigarette monopoly in this country and we’re mighty proud of our modest success coming from a homegrown and Filipino-owned cigarette company.” according to Mighty Corp., spokesperson.
As a way of giving back, the company purchased low-grade tobacco leaves from local farmers at very decent prices. They are also plan to expand their Corporates Social Responsibility projects to help increase the production and income of local farmers.
Mighty Corp. has been recognized for helping the church spread faith and prioritizing apostolic works and educational programs as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.
“The parents of these students are low-income farmers producing only for local consumption,” the bishop said. “So you can imagine the positive impact this kind of support has for them.” according to the bishop who commended Mighty Corp.
He also commended the company’s continuous support for the local farmers.
“I’m quite happy about all these projects. It’s a big lift for our farmers, not only in La Union but also the whole of Northern Luzon,” He said. “This is something very beautiful as the hand tractors and water pumps encourage our farmers to use modern methods of agriculture.”
Mighty Corp. is set to receive an award in this year’s 40th National Management Congress.
The Philcoman Research Institute (PCMRI) will be awarding Mighty Corp. the Outstanding Corporation of the Year Award in this year’s National Management Congress along with the recipients of recipients of the Outstanding Management Leadership Award of the year, and the oath-taking of new members.
According to the chairman of PCMRI, this year’s National Management Congress will feature a simple ceremony. The funds that will be saved will be allocated to for the continuous 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. announced that it will increase its tobacco purchase from domestic farmers nationwide.
In line with their recent expansion due to the implementation of Sin Tax Reform Law , the company will significantly increase their tobacco purchase from local farmers all over the country.
The company already submitted a Letter of Intent to National Tobacco Administration for the planned increase in tobacco purchase.
According to the president of Mighty, this move will help the company compete with other competitors on equal footing. It will also assure local tobacco farmers that Mighty is commited to supporting them and their livelihood.
Mighy Corp. shows support for the environment by encouraging the shift from chemical pesticides to organic-based pesticide.
As a part of their coporate social responsibility thrust, Mighty Corp. urges the use of organic-based pesticides, which is actually reaping great results.
According to the president of Mighty, more and more farmers are shifting to organic-based pesticides, reducing chemicals that might harm the environment.
In addition, the company also claims that this will not only help the environment, but will also help tobacco farmers increase their income.
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.