To all our valued clients: In support of the Philippine government’s “Enhanced Community Quarantine Order” to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we will SUSPEND DELIVERY effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020 until April 14, 2020. For inquiries, you may email us at customerservice@apcei.com.ph, or send us a message on Facebook. Thank you for your kind understanding.

ASIA/PACIFIC CIRCULATION EXPONENTS, INC. (APCEI).

In 1986, APCEI was established to engage in the business of marketing, sales, and distribution of some of the most distinguished international publications - The Asian Wall Street Journal (The Wall Street Journal Asia), USA Today, The Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, Time, Fortune, Forbes Asia, Harvard Business Review, Reader’s Digest, National Geographic Magazine, and others.

We serve businesses and individuals who are keen on always being in-the-know. APCEI serves thought and business leaders through direct subscriptions, as well as through the nation’s biggest bookstores and newsstands nationwide.

With over 30 years of valuable experience in marketing, sales, and distribution, APCEI also takes pride in its customer relations.

APCEI now embarks on a new journey, expanding to offer new products and services for the nation's most influential leaders.

HOME APPLIANCES

As an expansion of our services, APCEI has taken a new step and is currently an authorized dealer of GTC- ALDIS Philippines, Inc.

We are enthused to serve our clients with world-class electronics and home appliances products. GTC-ALDIS is the exclusive distributor of Hyundai Home Appliances. As a well-known and trusted brand, Hyundai is internationally famous for its heavy equipment, ship building, automotive business as well its full line of electronics and home appliances.


ECONOMY OF COMMUNION

APCEI adheres to the practices of an “Economy of Communion”, a revolutionary business concept introduced in 1991 by Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare Movement. Committed citizens, consumers, directors, economists, entrepreneurs, savers, scholars, and workers promote a practice and an economic culture rooted in communion, gratuity, and reciprocity.

The goal is to spread a “culture of giving,” contributing to uplift the poorest of the poor through business development and job creation; and to be more inclusive in the workplace as well as in business to business relations, where business decisions and client services are geared toward the common good.