The Asiapro DifferenceAsiapro is the first and only workers cooperative in the country to receive the Investors in People (IIP) certificate for global standards in people management.
Not only do we look after the growth of our member-owners, we also take care of their personal needs. We dedicate substantial resources to provide for family and community emergencies, like sickness and natural disasters. Free medical services near our head office are available for our member owners and their family members, as well as community residents. Remote areas, like agricultural farms in Mindanao, are served by a mobile clinic. As a progressive and dynamic organization, we provide education and training programs that are responsive to the changing business environment and member development.
Each member of our leadership team brings with him or her extensive experience and expertise, whether it be human resources, marketing, information technology or finance among others. This diversity is integral to our growth, and our member-owners’ development, thus ensuring the success of the cooperative.
ABLE TO HANDLE LARGE AND COMPLEX ENGAGEMENTS
- With 18 satellite offices strategically located across 9 regions in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, we are able to effectively serve the needs of all our member-owners and provide effective and professional solutions for our clients.
- Our collective managerial, financial and infrastructure resources ensure timely, efficient and sustainable solutions to meet the needs of both existing and new clients regardless of size.
- We have a high net financial contracting capacity that runs in the billions, which allows us to take on large contracts on behalf of our clients.
Asiapro Foundation & Corporate Social Responsibilities
Asiapro Foundation's Hog Raising Project, an entrepreneurial initiative that provide meat to supplement their vegetable farms, granting the families a significant additional net income. In partnership with Buhi Producers Cooperative and Mauswagon Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Cooperative (MARBCO).
Formed in 2015, Asiapro Foundation is a non-stock and non-profit corporation that spearheads cooperative social responsibility. Its focus is on three key areas: education, healthcare & wellness, and livelihood creation.
With various charitable, relief, and social welfare activities as well as medical programs, Asiapro Foundation is committed to uplifting the lives of our member owners and their families.
Hog Raising Program
Providing affordable livelihood through Hog raising. We started with 47 impoverished members, benefitting 2,985 families in the community
Providing financial medical assistance for cooperative members and their families
We have provided education scholarship to 300 students of cooperative families.
Given to members who are given a chance for a Church Wedding sponsored by Asiapro.
Offered to almost 1,000 members.
Conducted by Asiapro in communities where we operate so Members and their families can be given health and medical assistance
Participated in 53 schools in different communities
Other Community Programs
We also take part in other community programs such as Community Fun Runs, Blood Letting, Feeding Programs, Community Vegetable Gardening.
From Corporate to Coop: Story Series 2
There is nothing to be ashamed of for being in the cooperative. As a big organization, there is more opportunity for you to learn and explore various industries. In IMG alone, we promote a work environment that is data-driven, we have weekly report where we constructively critic each other’s work.
From Corporate to Coop: Story Series 1
When we talk about working at a cooperative, it almost always happens that the question would be “Ano ang ginagawa nyo doon?” or “What do you do in a cooperative or what does it do?”
Success with Asiapro: The story of my progression in career and in life
“Daghang Salamat sa Asiapro, as they gave meaning to my life and opened opportunities in my career without discrimination” – Ian Reduban
2020 Sustainable Success
Speech from the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Rolando " Rolly" Malana
“Bawat Isa, Mahalaga”: Story of Life with Asiapro
From a very young age, Jeannina “Jean” Noynay Lu-ang already experienced the hardships in life. She came from a less fortunate family. Jean’s father was a habal-habal driver who died when she was just seven years old.
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When I said “I Do” to Asiapro: Dexter...
One morning during breakfast, Mr. Dexter Batingal looked at his wife and said, “I’m going to marry Asiapro.”