McCann's Chairman + CEO Raul Castro inducted into the management association of Philippines

Raul Castro.jpgRaul M. Castro, Chairman and CEO of McCann Worldgroup Philippines was formally inducted into the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) at a recent MAP General Membership Assembly. Castro's entry into the MAP highlights the importance of marketing communications solutions in Philippine business. Castro's membership brings into the organization McCann's brand of creativity in managing business and crafting solutions for clients.


Castro (left) is holder of a wide range of creative and effectiveness awards from local and international competitions and award-giving bodies, such as the Cannes Lions, Ad Fest, New York Festivals, Spikes Asia, Advertising and Marketing Effectiveness Awards, Tambuli Awards, Kidlat Awards, and Boomerang Awards. He is also a Lifetime Achievement Awardee of the Creative Guild of the Philippines, one of the youngest recipients of this recognition.
McCann Worldgroup Philippines' Chairman and CEO Raul M. Castro ( below 2nd from right) is flanked by his fellow inductees (from left) Ariel Cantos, President & CEO of BPI-Philamlife Insurance Corp., and Maria Carolina V.  Dominguez, President & CEO, John Clements Consultants, Inc., and MAP members (back row, from left) Mabini Juan, President & CEO of Manila Bankers Life Insurance Corp., and Leah Caringal, Managing Partner of Green Bulb PR,  during the induction ceremony.

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