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Jon Ramon Aboitiz, is a Filipino businessman, and the president of the Aboitiz &

Co., and Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc., part of the Aboitiz Group.[1]
He started with the Aboitiz Group in 1970, after graduating from the University of
Santa Clara, California with a B.S. Commerce, major in Management. From a
manager he became its president in 1976 and in 1991 became president of Aboitiz
& Co. of the Aboitiz Shipping Corp.

Dr. Amable R. Aguiluz V, who named them after the initials of his father's
name, Amable Mendoza Aguiluz, Sr. Aguiluz founded the AMA Institute of Computer
Studies with the first computer school located along Shaw Boulevard on October 20,
1980. At that time, AMA Institute of Computer Studies offered only short-term
courses in Electronic Data Processing Fundamentals, Basic Programming, and
Technology Career. Three student enrolled at the AMA Institute of Computer Studies
during the first semester.

Ben Chan is a prominent Chinese-Filipino entrepreneur who is the founder of the

Philippines largest clothing chain, Bench, under the trademark Suyen Corporation.
With his world class fashion style and hardworking ethic, he has expanded the
Philippine clothing chain into international markets including China, the land of his
forefathers. He is dubbed as one of the most prominent people in the country as
mentioned in the Philippine Tatlers list of Whos Who of the Philippines.

John Robinson L. Gokongwei, Jr. is the chairman of JG Summit Holdings, one of the
largest conglomerates in the Philippines. In 2010, his company signed a $3billion
order with Airbus for refleeting of his airline, Cebu Pacific Air. From 2003 his telecom
company Digital Telecommunications Philippines spent nearly $800 million for its
mobile carrier, Sun Cellular which is the 3rd largest mobile operator in the
Philippines at that time before selling to the PLDT group for $1.7 billion. He
attempted a $1 billion takeover of UIC, a property giant from Singapore of which he
owned in excess of 30%. UIC controls Singapore Land, one of the biggest property
landlord in Singapore. Gokongwei also owns Universal Robina Corporation, one of
the largest manufacturer of snacks in Southeast Asia. URC acquired Griffins foods in
July 2014, a New Zealand food company for $609 million. In 2013 his company
bought the stake of San Miguel Corporation in MERALCO, the largest power
distributor in the country, for close to $1.8 billion. He also controls Robinsons
Land, one of the biggest property developers in the Philippines, which also operates
a chain of malls. The Gokongwei Family controls over $20 billion of combined
market capitalization for all the companies they own.

Felipe Enrique Lapuz Gozon (born December 8, 1939)[1] is the current Chairman
and CEO of GMA Network Inc., one of the largest media networks in the Philippines.