Dear NordCham Philippines business partners and friends!
As part of the recent changes at NordCham Philippines, we are sharing testimonials from our valued business partners. Not only to highlight the benefits of being a NordCham business partner, but it is also an opportunity to learn about other NordCham business partners. If you want your testimonial to be featured or if you want to become a business partner, do not hesitate to contact us. Let’s build a stronger Nordic-Philippine community in the Philippines.
This testimonial is from Erik M. Nielsen, President of Global Process Manager.
Why are you a member of NordCham?
G.P.M. was a founding member of NordCham 7 ½ years ago because a number of our clients are Nordic companies, and we wanted to engage more with that region to build that clientele as our niche.
NordCham has a number of important contacts and partnerships in the Nordic region and was a founding member of the Europe Philippines Business Network.
How is NordCham making a difference for you and/or your business?
NordCham organizes a number of interesting and useful events and can open doors in case our company should need more heavy lifting in terms of advocacy.
Why would you recommend other companies to become a member of NordCham?
A partnership with NordCham is of interest to any company or individual who wishes to engage with the Nordic countries or culture, and wishes to do business with the progressive companies located there who are market leaders in a number of fields.
What do you like the most about NordCham?
I enjoy the variety of events and the multitude of different inputs one can gather, as well as the potential business opportunities that one can pick up.
What benefits have you experienced being part of NordCham?
GPM’s partnership with NordCham has brought us some worthwhile introductions and new information through the events. This has been particularly valuable during the recent quarantine period where NordCham proved to be agile in moving its events on-line and gathered a diverse range of presenters on the new complexity of doing business in abnormal times.