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Go Negosyo publishes articles at the Philippine Star every Mondays (TAGUMPAY) and Thursdays (PILIPINAS NOW IS OUR TIME.) To read the current and previous articles, SUBSCRIBE for FREE to gain access to all the inspiring stories, development of a positive change in mindset as well as relevant entrepreneurship tools and concepts as the key to success.


 
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A Decade of Building a Country of Enterprising Filipinos
| Monday, 27 July 2015 02:24 PM


Through the years, people have been asking me the question Why and What made me start this advocacy on entrepreneurship. In 2004, a year before this Go Negosyo advocacy started, my wife told me that I should meet the organization called Gawad Kalinga. I ignored it at the start, but somehow things fell into place that I got to meet its leaders Tony Meloto and Boy Montelibano. READ MORE>>

 
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Why?
| Thursday, 23 July 2015 03:50 PM |

Through the years, people have been asking me the question Why? and What made me start this advocacy on entrepreneurship?  Some felt I was politically motivated to create this, so one day I could run for some political position. Actually about 3 elections have passed and yes, offers were made for me to run for the Senate but I had to politely beg off as politics is really not for me. READ MORE>>

 
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P-Noy Thanks ‘Kuya Bam’ for PH Competition Law
| Tuesday, 21 July 2015 05:54 PM |

 

President Benigno Aquino III thanked Sen. Bam Aquino for his efforts to pass two crucial legislative measures that will further sustain the country’s economic growth and boost the government’s inclusive growth agenda. READ MORE>>

 
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Mentor Me
| Thursday, 16 July 2015 10:40 AM |


Like many other things in life, everything begins in small steps, new beginnings and start-ups. Even the most successful businesses started with one unique idea before they become what they are today. But along the way, he would surely go through a rough journey in entrepreneurship. There will be challenging days when an entrepreneur will think of giving up, unsure of his next move or clueless and hopeless on the future of the business. READ MORE>>

 
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Go Negosyo Celebrates its 10th Year with a Special Edition Book 
| Monday, 13 July 2015 02:24 PM |

One of the ways we instill the entrepreneurial mindset is by publishing inspiring stories of successful entrepreneurs who dreamt big but started small. The stories of these entrepreneurs, who went through many trials and challenges before they enjoy their stature today, inspire and empower many of our readers on how they too must look beyond these to become successful. READ MORE>>>

 
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Ten Years, Ten Books
| Thursday, 09 July 2015 6:45 AM |

In the 10 years of Go Negosyo, I am proud to say that our advocacy has consistently shown promise in its vision to make the country an entrepreneurial nation. Aside from our summits, caravans, negosyo seminars, and multi-media campaigns, providing practical entrepreneurship education to the underprivileged Filipinos, we’ve also published a number of books with different concepts that aim to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs to start their own business ventures. READ MORE>>

 
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Kwentong Go Negosyo: Small Things Turn Into Big Things
| Friday, 03 July 2015 7:18 PM |

Who would’ve thought that a simple trip to the grocery can be the birth of an import-quality product? A combination of Filipino delicacy polvoron and chocolate comes ChocoVron, the polvoron like no other. Joel Yala, the man behind ChocoVron, had his own share of humble beginnings. READ MORE>>

 
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Level-up Entrepreneurs
| Thursday, 02 July 2015 9:54 AM |

Assistance to many start-ups and micro and small entrepreneurs is crucial.  Many start-ups have a hard time sustaining the first 6 months of operations because not all would be hitting it big right away.  It is important we do the homework as to knowing what the real opportunity is or what the market is looking for, who is the target market, developing and testing the concept with the target market or pilot-testing the product or service.  READ MORE>>

 
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Inclusive Agriculture Growth
| Thursday, 25 June 2015 10:23 AM |

Much hope is pinned on agricultural development.  It is the sector that provides the basic production of the food we eat. The sector accounts for more than 60% of our employment, if we include the suppliers and processors.  It therefore becomes a bit worrisome for many of us when we hear of stories where the children of farmers or fishermen do not want to be like their parents who till the land and grow the fishes and livestocks due to poor income potential. READ MORE>>