Los Angeles, CA, October 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Maria Amor, CEO and founder of Exotifit for Humanity--presently in the Phillipines, soon showcasing her humanitarian project "Give Love to Abatex" on knbstv--------fresh from the incredibly successful September 10, 2011 Global Independence Day celebration at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills, CA, has successfully helped, on September 21, 2011, to create new global business coalitions in the Phillipines, while saving a region known as Abatex, from squalor, and starvation, as their habitat is literally on a garbage dump site.
Abatex is a region which is not only economically devastated, but it is also, sadly located within a dump site. The inhabitants rummage through rubbage for their daily sustenance. Project Give Love to Abatex, which is helping to provide food, clothing, medical supplies, spiritual edification, metamorphasize sorrow, pain, and despair into joy and hope, and eventually assist this region into becoming self sufficient, is Maria Amor's humanitarian mission to the Phillipines. Having left California to make a difference in this region, Amor's interests here center on implementing methodologies that will assist and promote joy, hope, and provide education as well.
Amor's humanitarian journey to the Phillipines, has not only created the Give Love to Abatex project, but is has also brought Asia's business needs to the forefront. Most importantly, by doing so, not only has one of the world's largest conventions--Franchise Asia 2011--- thus far in 2011 been created here, but a council has also been created that will help enhance and bolster Asia and the United States' future business collaborations----mamimizing these two super powers potentials and capabilities into a synergistically poised dynamic applicable for future business efforts.
Ms. Amor was accompanied to the Phillipines by both international mega corporations and business phenoms from the private sector. This talented synergistic pool of laissez-faire entities came with an ambitious mind set.
Galvanizing the Phillipines political and economic horizon, these economists came with the intention to both patronize and invest in the Filipino business and technological innovation sector. These talented entities are companies that accommodated the delegates; Land Bank; Banco de Oro; Agrinurtural; Philippine Stock Exchange Commission; Land bank; Nurture Spa, directed by Los Angeles's Philippine Trade and Investment representative Archie Gomez; non-profit, Exotifit for Humanity Vice-president, Emily Roberts, in conjunction with various powerful business tycoons; Franchise 2011; 46 countries, and 6 continents.
Maria Amor, beauty queen, business tycoon, and humanitarian visionary said, "We all joined hands to push forward Asia's financial business sector."