RCBC supports corporate clients with Summer Products Fair. Providing market exposure for some of its corporate clients, RCBC recently opened this season’s last sunny hurrah – the Summer Products Fair that featured various consumer products. These included apparel brands such as Converse and Kamiseta, food and beverage brands such as Oishi and Del Monte, Gardenia breads, Vanilla Cupcake bakery, Regent, Hungry Juan, Yakult and Bounty Fresh’s Chooks-To-Go, plus signature perfumes and beauty products like Gap, Max Factor and Sally Hansen. Shown in photo are (from left): Joee Guilas, FVP and head of Public and Media Relations; Yasuhiro Matsumoto, FSVP and head of Japanese Business Relationship Office; Abelardo B. Villarosa, Jr., VP and head of RCBC Makati Lending Department; Ma. Angela V. Tinio, SVP and head of Commercial and SME segment; Liza Marie G. Vengco, Vice President for Corporate Affairs; and Ariella Arida, Third Runner Up in Miss Universe 2013.
Urbanites working or living in and around RCBC Plaza in Makati City are in for a treat this May 30 as Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation launches its last sunny-season hurrah – the RCBC Products Fair.
From May 30 to June 1, 2016, the three-day festive bazaar takes place at the RCBC Plaza Courtyard.
Michael O. de Jesus, RCBC Executive Vice President and head of National Corporate Banking Group that organized the Product Expo, says that this is the bank’s way of providing brand exposure to its valued clients’ brands.
“Some of RCBC’s long time merchant partners are showcased regularly in the product expos that we conducted every year,” he said. “This is one of the many ways that we, as a banking institution, assist in their growth and market visibility.”
The extensive RCBC Plaza Courtyard has always been a viable venue for such lively activities the bank regularly conducts. “The celebratory atmosphere entices a diverse set of customers, from employees of our building tenants to those around the vicinity as we offer an accessible avenue for shopping and refreshments,” said Joee C. Guilas, RCBC First Vice President for Corporate Communications.
Participating apparel brands include Converse, and Kamiseta, Fragrances from Hugo Boss and Lacoste, beauty products like Max Factor, Covergirl and Sally Hansen, plus a host of food and beverage brands such as Del Monte, which is sponsoring refreshments, Purefoods, Bounty Fresh’s Chooks-To-Go, Gardenia breads, Vanilla Cupcake Bakery, Oishi, Regent Yakult, and Hungry Juan meals on-the-go.
RCBC also showcases its top retail financial products together with its subsidiaries RCBC Savings Bank, one of the largest thrift banks in the country, and RCBC Bankard, the pioneering credit card brand.
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