Go Negosyo’s Mentor Me On Wheels is now en route to the Tuna Capital of the Philippines, General Santos City happening on October 15 at the Event Center of SM City General Santos.

The City of General Santos is located at the southernmost part of the Philippines, known for its diverse and classified highly urbanized first class city. It is also the regional center for commerce and industry of the SOCCSKSARGEN region. The city is also blessed with rich culture and human resource.

With the aim to bring mentorship closer to every Filipinos, MMOW has reached over nine cities in the country. After its successful roll out in Manila, Laguna, Batangas, Clark, Davao, Legazpi, Quezon City, Pampanga and Taguig.

On its tenth run, MMOW together with the roster of Go Negosyo mentors will further harness both existing and budding entrepreneurs in the city through its 30 minutes free 1-on-1 mentoring session about marketing and entrepreneurial mind setting.
The mentoring program will be led by Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship and Go Negosyo Founder Joey Concepcion and will be graced with the participation of Ronnel C. Rivera, City Mayor of General Santos; Dorecita T. Delima, DTI Regional Director; Congressman Pedro B. Acharon; and Rey Lapid, President and CEO of R. Lapid’s Chicharon and Barbecue.

Through MMOW, Go Negosyo and its partner, the Department of Trade and Industry introduce mentors to micro and small entrepreneurs, offering technical and practical know-how on entrepreneurship through events in more convenient and accessible locations. Also, MMOW creates and enables entrepreneurs to a sustainable environment that enable them to be through programs on mentorship.


SM Supermalls is the official venue partner of Go Negosyo’s Mentor Me on Wheels Quezon City. Watch out for the next leg of MMOW in your local malls!

Interested participants can pre-register through https://tinyurl.com/MMOWGENSAN. Walk-ins are also welcome and may register on the day of the event. Limited slots available.

Become a Go Negosyo mentor! For more information, call 631 5001.