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The PANA logo is a symbol of what PANA stands for. Over the years, it has slightly morphed to stay relevant and attuned to the needs of the industry.

The main visual is a graphic representation of an eye of a man with outstretched arms, and under a protective canopy – a fluid interaction of elements to convey PANA’s commitment to public service and perceptiveness to Truth in Advertising, the consuming public which PANA seeks to serve, & the major mass media. The single color reinforces the concepts of truth and service, unity of the organization, and exudes an ever-focused forward thrust.

Who We Are

  • A non-profit, non-stock organization, established in 1958 PANA is founded on four basic principles:
  • The belief that advertising is an essential factor in marketing of goods and services and, consequentially is an important factor in the economic life of the country;
  • The belief that the interests of consumers should be the primary concern of advertisers and in the case of conflict, the interest of the consumer should prevail;
  • The belief that public confidence in advertising and advertised goods and services should be promoted, and therefore any practice that tends to undermine the confidence should be prevented or corrected.
  • The belief in the upliftment of the standards and practices of advertising
Our Present

THE MISSION

We are THE organization that provides leadership and support in advocating effective, responsible, responsive and enterprise-building marketing communications. We champion self-regulation, consumer protection and values formation. We commit to the elevation of the practice of marketing communications to global standards.

Our Future

THE VISION

To be THE brand builder’s organization for learning, support and growth anchored on responsible and responsive communications.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Every December, the membership votes for a new set of directors. All official representatives of regular member companies with good standing are eligible to run.

Maye Yao Co Say

Maye Yao Co Say

President

Richwell Philippines

Adi Timbol-Hernandez

Adi Timbol-Hernandez

Vice President

McDonald’s Philippines

Blen M. Fernando

Blen M. Fernando

Corporate Secretary

Magna Anima Teachers College

Mick Atienza

Mick Atienza

Treasurer

Smart Communications

Rose Joy Jolingan

Rose Joy Jolingan

P.R.O.

Nestle Philippines

Agnes Hernia

Agnes Hernia

Auditor

Rebisco Group of Companies

Andrew Ahorro

Andrew Ahorro

Director

Kolin Philippines International

Mary Julie V. Balarbar

Mary Julie V. Balarbar

Director

De La Salle University

Ron Molina

Ron Molina

Director

Ginebra San Miguel

Jon Jon San Agustin

Jon Jon San Agustin

Director

SM Supermalls

Marc San Juan

Marc San Juan

Director

Julie’s

PANA Secretariat

ROBERT SIMBORIO

ROBERT SIMBORIO

Executive Director

 AILEEN LUCERO

AILEEN LUCERO

Senior Project Manager

CHARLENE FERNANDEZ

CHARLENE FERNANDEZ

Project Manager

GERARD SUMAGPAO

GERARD SUMAGPAO

IT Specialist

BENEDICT RIVERA

BENEDICT RIVERA

Messenger

MARCELO CEREZO

MARCELO CEREZO

Messenger/Housekeeping

REY JAUCIAN

REY JAUCIAN

Finance Consultant

ANN VERA

ANN VERA

Marcom Consultant

Our Past

THE HISTORY

  • Formed by advertisers for advertisers, PANA is the only organization in the country that unites the users of advertising. Its member companies comprise every major industry in the country.
  • The first attempt after the war to organize those in advertising came with the founding of the old Advertising Club in 1948. The members were composed of advertisers, media representatives, agency people, and others in related fields.
  • Because of the diverse interests of its members, and because it was more of a social club than a professional organization, it was dissolved in 1951.
  • In 1956, Robert Hinchman, Jr., Advertising Manager of Caltex, and Anacleto del Rosario took an active interest in getting advertising practitioners to form an organization patterned after the U.S. Association of National Advertisers.
  • Their efforts resulted in an Organizational Meeting which was held on October 16, 1957 at the Old Manila Overseas Press Club. 45 representatives from various businesses established the urgency of organizing the PANA.
  • The organization of PANA was carried out by a Steering Committee, later on called the Organizational Committee.
  • On January 30, 1958, the Philippine Association of National Advertisers was born in a general meeting of representatives from 42 companies which elected the association’s 11-member Board of Directors.

Past Presidents