International Design Conference

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[L-R: Viloria Product Enterprise Managing Director Ronald Rommel Viloria, Philippine Homestyle and Holiday Decor Association President Romeo Balderrama, Jr., DTI Secretary Alfredo Pascual, Maison&Objet Country Officer Chiqui Veneracion, Design Center of the Philippines Executive Director Rhea Matute, and Deputy Executive Director Lucky Lopez] 

MANILA—Trade Secretary Alfredo Pascual highlighted the critical role that the creatives and design industry plays in developing adaptive solutions to many pressing issues that we face today during the International Design Conference (IDC) held on 14 October 2022 at the University of the Philippines Bonifacio Global City. 

IDC is an annual event organized by The Design Center of the Philippines, it celebrates the convergence of design and business and brings together renowned leaders in the design industry. With this year’s theme “Future for All”, the conference recognizes the power and potential of design as an agent of change in shaping societies and building a future where we can all thrive. 

The Trade Chief also encouraged Filipino designers to uphold the beauty, innovation, and competitiveness of Filipino products in the global market during his closing remarks. END

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