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IEC Campaign for Real Estate Developers held
News & Event(s) | Jeff Aguillon | 28 June 2017 | Print
The Realty and Entrepreneurship Academy of the Philippines (REAP) recently tapped NAMRIA for a pool of resource speakers for its seminar, “NAMRIA’s Roles and Functions Relative to Real Estate Development,” which was held at Metroclub, Rockwell, Makati City on 23 June 2017.
In her opening remarks, REAP President Teresista OP. Bautista said  that NAMRIA offers information that would be beneficial to developers but majority of the real estate industry are not aware of all of the agency’s services.  She thought that a forum would help the real estate industry in recognizing the value of the agency. 
Ms. Teresita OP. Bautista on her opening remarks -- JOSEPH C. ESTRELLA
The seminar proper was preceded by the showing of an audio-visual presentation about the agency. The lineup of speakers is as follows: Engr. Mary Jane R. Montemor from the Mapping and Geodesy Branch, OIC-Assistant Director Benjamin P. Balais from the Resource Data Analysis Branch, Ensign Mark J. Abelon from the Hydrography Branch, and Melvin O. Perez from the Geospatial Information Systems Management Branch.
Engr. Mary Jane R. Montemor of MGB
OIC-Assistant Director Benjamin P. Balais of RDAB
Ens. Mark J. Abelon of HB
Melvin O. Perez of GISMB
An open forum was held after the presentations to address inquiries from the participants. Judging from the comments, majority were enlightened about the various services that they can get from NAMRIA.  The GISMB spearheaded the conduct of the information, education, and communication campaign event.  Annrou R. Ramos of GISMB served as the emcee/facilitator of the activity.
Ms. Bautista receives a copy of the Bajo de Masinloc book and
Centennial Map as tokens of appreciation by RDAB OIC-Asst. Dir. Balais 
Group photo of the attendees and the group from NAMRIA 

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