Ayala Land and putting it’s best Christmas foot forward

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We may be on Alert Level #2, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be spreading Christmas joy and cheer this year. If last year, in the midst of more stringent protocols, we saw Ayala Land forging ahead with a virtual edition of their annual Ayala Triangle / Make It Happen, Make It Makati Festival of Lights, this 2021 sees a bigger and brighter virtual edition being presented. A media event highlighting this ‘bigger and brighter’ was a full blown happy reunion for most everyone involved, and those attending the online event.


Alagang AyalaLand

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AYALA Corp. Chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala leads the inauguration of an Alagang AyalaLand Center for social enterprises at TriNoma in Quezon City. The center is one of 32 Ayala Malls with Alagang AyalaLand Centers supporting more than 400 social enterprises and generating at least 4,000 jobs for the community. It showcases the Sinag Sari-Sari Social Enterprise Store, a joint project of Alagang AyalaLand, BPI Foundation, and Bayan Academy that aims to support the growth of social enterprises, create livelihood and jobs, and aid in the country’s road back to recovery. BPI Foundation with its implementing partner, Bayan Academy, organized the participating Sinag merchants who in turn help local and marginalized communities. The project is an enhancement of the Sinag program made possible through Alagang AyalaLand that provides market access in rent-free spaces in Ayala Malls. With Mr. Zobel are: (from left) Ayala Malls President Chris Maglanoc, Ayala Land Board Member Tony Aquino, Ayala Land President and CEO Bobby Dy, BPI President and CEO TG Limcaoco, Bayan Academy Chairman and President Professor Jay Bernardo, BPI Chief Customer and Marketing Officer Cathy Santamaria, and BPI Vice-President and Deputy Head of Marketing Mariana Zobel de Ayala.

ACEN to supply power to Ayala Land

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Listed firm AC Energy Corporation (ACEN) will be providing electricity supply generated from its renewable energy (RE) facilities to the real estate developments of its affiliate firm Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) as part of the conglomerate’s net zero target by year 2050.