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The Wong and Bernstein (W+B) Advisory Group, a strategic business advisory group in Asia with headquarters in Manila and alliance offices in Singapore and Vietnam, announces the holding of a very timely family business seminar, THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING A FAMILY BUSINESS to be held on March 28, 2014 at the Richmonde Hotel, Ortigas Center. Facilitated by an ASEAN Family Business expert and Ateneo Graduate School of Business Prof. Enrique M. Soriano, the whole day seminar will offer many creative and practical ideas with powerful take home values that can be applied immediately in growing and sustaining your family business.
THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING A FAMILY BUSINESS
Date : March 28, 2014
Time : 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM *
Venue : Richmonde Hotel, Ortigas Center
Family owned companies face some challenges in working through their ownership and management transition/
While many businesses that are owned and managed by families recognize the importance of ownership and management transition, few know where and how to start in developing a succession plan. This seminar provides information and processes to help family businesses smoothen out the transition, meeting the challenges of ownership and management of their businesses, and how they can innovate to ensure long-term success.
* The 4 pm to 5 pm time slot is dedicated to a one-on-one meeting with Prof Soriano for participants who will register and pay early.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Family business owners, members of their families, executives and management team, advisors to business-owning families, professional groups and the academic community who want to learn new ideas and tools to successfully lead family-owned business to the next generation.
SLOTS ARE LIMITED RESERVE NOW!
P 5,950.00 per participant if you pay before March 19
P 6,550.00 Regular Rate
Inclusive of Prof Soriano’s Fam Bus Book, 12% VAT,Lunch and Snacks, Workshop Kit
Parking Fee is free for to those who will register and pay before March 19
Bank Deposit, Kindly remit payment to:
Account Name : Wong and Bernstein Group Company
Account No : BDO Saving Account# 615-0011-894,
Corinthian Garden Branch
FOR INQUIRIES / HOW TO REGISTER
Call or text Mr. Allen
Tel no. : +632.687.1287
GO NEGOSYO TO HOLD
3RD FILIPINO TECHNOPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT
ON FEBRUARY 19 @ SMX MOA
True to its commitment of helping transform the Philippines into an entrepreneurial nation, the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. – Go Negosyo is holding its 3rd GoNegosyo Philippine Technopreneurship Summit on FEBRUARY 19, WEDNESDAY at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
True to its commitment of helping transform the Philippines into an entrepreneurial nation, the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc. – Go Negosyo is holding its ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT with a central theme focused on CREATIVITY & INNOVATION. This will be on NOVEMBER 19, 2013, TUESDAY at the SMX CONVENTION CENTER in Pasay City.
Last July 7, 2013, Go Negosyo welcomed the 2013 delegation of the Filipino-American Youth Leadership Program (FYLPro) and Ambassador of the Philippines to the United States, Amb. Jose Cuisia, Jr. for a meet and greet dinner with our three Angelpreneurs namely Joh
Last July 2, 2013 was the last day in the first batch of ICT Training Seminar at the RFM Penthouse conducted by Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship – Go Negosyo and ASEAN Foundation. The said program was made possible by Microsoft, Meralco, LBC, and Bank of the Philippine Island.
The Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship – Go Negosyo partnered with Junior Preneur to hold the second run of the Juniorpreneur Summer Workshop and Bazaar last April 14, 2013 at People’s Village, Tiendesitas. 500 participants from different parts of Metro Manila took part in the event.
According to Cherry Genato, Director and Founder of Junior Preneur, this year’s summer workshop has created a more exciting entrepreneurial program for the young kids. With the theme “Learn. Earn. Share.”, the event aimed to let every kid learn the process of enterprising through actual experience. There were 47 booths that are managed by the kids while the workshops were ongoing.The different workshops included cooking sessions, music and voice lessons, talks about entrepreneurship, and sports workshops which included table tennis and volleyball.
Fourteen-year-old Chef Jobim Jalbuena who was representing Max’s Restaurant taught the kids how to make pizza pandesal and chocolate crinkles. Meanwhile, the music and voice workshop was spearheaded by Ben Carrera of Yamaha School of Music. Representatives from Britesparks International School gave the kids an insight on retailing and finance. Meanwhile, the sports workshop was led by coaches and athletes of the Milo Sports Clinic.
Outstanding juniorpreneurs received special awards at the closing ceremony.
The De La Salle Alumni Association (DLSAA) in partnership with Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship – Go Negosyo, Philippine Franchise Association (PFA) and Association of Filipino Franchisers Inc. (AFFI) held its foremost run of Bullseye! Ignite Your Business Animo last March 16, 2013 at the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall, De La Salle University.
In his opening remarks, DLSUAA President Johnny Sy said that being businessmen is an answer to this country’s economical challenges and the programs and projects related to uplifting entrepreneurship must be supported. Event Chairman Herbert Tuazon added that Bullseye! aimed to challenge Lasallians to hit their own bull’s eye in their chosen enterprise.
Bullseye! was participated by the alumni community of DLSU, students, faculty members, parents, and people from other La Salle schools like College of Saint Benilde and De La Salle Antipolo. There were also around 30 exhibitors representing different companies who participated. The event featured inspiring Filipino entrepreneurs and entrepreneur advocates from the Go Negosyo community, namely Prudencio Garcia, Johnlu Koa, Ramon Lopez, and Michael Angelo Lobrin. After the talks, a panel discussion followed where the participants get to ask questions to the speakers.
Mekeni Food Corporation President Prudencio Garcia shared the inspiring story of how Mekeni started from their backyard and how his father pushed them to never give up the business, especially for their employees who were victims of the Pinatubo eruption in 1991. French Baker CEO Johnlu Koa talked about taking risks in order for the business to expand. He also shared how is he greatly influenced by the people that he met throughout his entrepreneurial journey, like Mr. Henry Sy. Meanwhile, Go Negosyo Deputy Executive Director Michael Angelo Lobrin talked about mastering self, opportunity, and set-up in order to be successful in business and in life.
A panel discussion followed, which featured Garcia, Koa, Go Negosyo Executive Director Ramon Lopez, James Alenton of Bigasan Ko, Jerry Ilao of Ink-All-You-Can, Teresita Ngan Tian of Lot’s A Pizza, Voltaire Magpayo of Sweet Corner and Rosanna Llenado of Ahead Tutorial & Review Center Inc.
The program was hosted by RJ Ledesma, a Go Negosyo advocate, entrepreneur and alumnus of De La Salle University Taft.
Partners in spreading the entrepreneurial mindset and knowhow in the country, Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship – Go Negosyo and The Bureau of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (BMSMED) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) had formally signed their partnership in implementing the 2013 SME Roving Academy Program.
Go Negosyo Founder Joey Concepcion and DTI Undersecretary Merly Cruz spearheaded the signing of the said memorandum together with Go Negosyo Executive Director Ramon Lopez and the new DTI Bureau of Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Development (BMSMED) Director Jerry T. Clavesillas.
The cooperating parties aim to organize the 2013 SME Roving Academy Program in all of the country’s 16 regions. The said activity will bring to regional micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) learning programs designed to promote entrepreneurship, develop key competencies in opportunities searching, product development, marketing, finance and ways to increase productivity and efficiency.
Various training programs and courses are being developed to cater to the different capacity building requirement of Micro SMEs in different stages of development. Other learning institutions are also part of the whole program to assist SMEs and these are UP Institute of Small Scale Industries, and DTI-Phil. Trade Training Center, Design Center of the Philippines.
Go Negosyo is looking for a bunch of dynamic and energetic student volunteers who would help us roll out the 5th Filipina Entrepreneurship Summit on March 1 at the World Trade Center. Minimum qualifications are as follow:
- College students (18-22), preferably those in their junior or senior years;
- Students who are taking up Events Management, Production, Media, Communication, Advertising Arts, Entrepreneurship, Management or Marketing courses will be prioritized.
- Should be able to attend the volunteers’ orientation on Feb 18 Monday (2PM) and Feb 28 Thursday (3PM) and March 1 (GNFES5)
WHAT’S IN STORE FOR THE VOLUNTEERS: The chance to volunteer your time, effort and key skills to the progressive and wide-reaching GoNegosyo advocacy, the opportunity to harness your skills primarily in events management by being involved in the pre and actual event rollout and meet new friends! All student volunteers will be provided event shirts, meals (on March 1), and certificates of appreciation.
WHO TO CONTACT. Interested volunteers may contact Ms. Rose Peralta at 6379229 or email filipinasummit.gonegosyo@
REQUIREMENTS. Filled Up Volunteers Form (Download HERE)