All roads lead to Iloilo City in 2011, as top executives from 24 areas in the country where Bombo Radyo Philippines operates converge at the network’s place of birth for their annual Top Level Management Conference.
The week-long strategy and planning conference is set from January 3 to 7, 2010 with the theme: Bombo Ang Radyo Ko! The slogan is an emphatic affirmation of the network’s dominance as the Number One Radio Network in the country with a majority of its stations emerging as People’s Choice Awardees by the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster sa Pilipinas while also topping the various official surveys as the most listened to stations in their respective areas.
And it is an open secret that the key to this continuing dominance has been the Top Level Management Conference, an annual ritual designed by the hands-on leadership style of Bombo Radyo CEO, Dr. Rogelio Florete. During the weeklong conference, Dr. Florete and his children, Executive Vice President Rogelio Florete Jr., and Senior Vice President Margaret Ruth C. Florete join their managers in mapping out plans and devising strategies to be more responsive and of better service to its millions listeners nationwide. As it is, the personal, hands-on approach has been Bombo Radyo’s trademark of quality, ensuring the delivery of public service at its best.
The conference is once again being held where it all began – at the home of the flagship station in Iloilo City where responsible journalism, incisive commentary, the freshest news and engaging entertainment became the established template for all Bombo Radyo and Star FM stations nationwide.
Dr. Florete, a KBP Lifetime Achievement Awardee, said that among the goals of this year’s conference is to come up with strategies and programs that expresses the network’s gratitude for the Filipino people’s continued patronage of the Bombo network.
“Like most of our countrymen,” Florete added, “Bombo Radyo Philippines is very positive about the promise of the coming year. We want to prove to our people that we deserve their trust and that they were right in saying… Bombo Ang Radyo Ko!”