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The Meralco Power Club magazine goes digital.
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You can now access stories on the latest news on business trends and development as you go, as Meralco Power Club magazine has gone digital. The magazine, which has been around since 2013, is now live under the domain powerclub.com.ph.

In this new endeavor, Meralco Power Club continues its partnership with the country’s biggest lifestyle publisher, Summit Media. Through its digital edition, readers can expect features, videos, and infographics that highlight innovative energy ventures and business partnerships worth knowing.

“Our audience for Power Club has traditionally been CEOs who peruse business magazines,” said Meralco vice president Tony Valdez. “Their reading habits are shifting, dabbling in both the magazines and online articles they follow. So, we decided it was about time we launched a digital version.”

Through the website, Meralco also hopes to tap the younger readers and inspire them through insightful online stories.

It’s been a big year for Meralco Power Club, as it had just been recognized by the Stevies International Business Awards. In the past, it has also garnered accolades from the Anvil, Quill, and Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards. 

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