A project of the Buy Pinoy Movement Foundation, Inc., (BPMFI), the fair supports the advocacy of economic patriotism- “Buy Pinoy and Save Jobs” with the theme, “World-Class Pinoy Products for Local Buyers”, the fair will feature products crafted from the skilled hands, creativity and resourcefulness of Filipinos.
The products include holiday decor and gifts, food and organic products, garments and fashion accessories, house ware, furniture and furnishings. BPMFI’s partners are Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (Philexport), Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII), Christmas Décor Producers and Exporters Association of the Philippines (CDPEAP), Philippine Food Processors and Exporters Organization, Inc. (PHILFOODEX), Philippine Chamber of Handicraft Industries, Inc (PCHI), Meycauayan Jewelry Industry Association, Inc. (MJIA) and Home Accents Group of the Phil. Inc. (HAPI). The fair is supported by the Dept. of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Export Development Council (EDC).
Among its aims are to raise the level of consumer consciousness of the global competitiveness of Filipino made products in terms of design, quality and price, awake the latent patriotism and national pride among Filipino consumers and product developers and suppliers by instilling the habit of buying and patronizing Philippine made products, develop and encourage indigenous talents and investors by showing them the competitive edge and advantages of locally-developed products in the local as well as overseas markets and introduce to exporters new business opportunities and create awareness of market potentials of their products, by shepherding their efforts to emerging and untapped markets.
For those interested,
Contact BPMFI at Tel./Fax 834-2712
Let us rally behind our philosophy that BUY PINOY SAVE JOBS!
"To be the lead organization responsible for developing a genuine love for all Filipino products and services."
"Buy Pinoy Movement Foundation exists to instill economic patriotism and pride in everything Filipino."