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29 May 2020

Ayala group pays tribute to its essential workforce with original Ryan Cayabyab song

The Ayala Group of Companies has released an original song written by Maestro Ryan Cayabyab, National Artist of the Philippines for Music in 2018, to pay homage to over 18,000 members of its essential workforce.

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29 May 2020

Prioritize people’s safety: Ayala CEO tells private sector as economy reopens

Ensuring the safety of employees and customers should be the top priority of the private sector as the economy reopens, said Ayala Corporation Chairman & CEO, Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, during the multi-sectoral webinar “Balik Kabuhayan” hosted by Go Negosyo today.

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22 May 2020

Ayala Group launches SME support program, waives P766-M in business ops fees

The Ayala Group (Ayala) has launched the Ayala Enterprise Circle (AEC), a group-wide Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) network that enhances the group’s ongoing initiatives to educate, connect, and enable SMEs. This synergistic initiative is currently focused on helping its existing 250,000 SME partners continue their operations and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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20 May 2020

IMI Introduces VENTURA CPAP, an Alternative Ventilator Solution for COVID-19 Patients

In support of the Philippine government’s call for the local sourcing and manufacturing of low-cost ventilators and other breathing aid solutions in caring for COVID-19 patients all over the country, Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. (IMI), along with its UK subsidiary Surface Technology International Limited (STI, Ltd) is organizing a series of virtual consultative and information-sharing sessions with medical experts, health practitioners, and concerned government agencies to explore non-invasive alternative ventilatory strategies using the device solution.

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20 May 2020

Ventura CPAP, alternatibong ventilator para sa COVID-19, inihahanda ng IMI

Bilang sagot sa kakulangan ng ventilator na kailangan ng dumaraming COVID-19 patients ng bansa, nagkaisa ang Integrated Micro-electronics, Inc. (IMI) at ang UK-based subsidiary nitong Surface Technology International Limited (STI, Ltd.) upang sumangguni sa mga eksperto, health practitioners, at mga sangay ng gobiyerno hinggil sa pagbuo ng isang lisensyadong Ventura Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) device solution.

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