• Influence of the Parents in Developing Future Entrepreneurs of the Philippines
    even they sacrifice and experience hard times doing it. And self-control is necessary for Filipinos especially when making right decisions. All these values that are part of Filipino culture allow Filipinos to become entrepreneur. But there are also values that can deter entrepreneurship. One of...
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  • Inspiring Entrepreneurs
    most successful Filipino entrepreneurs have excellent leadership skills. He is able to convince and influence his employees and his customers positively. He is also able to innovate-to come up with novel solutions when a challenging situation arises. Value-oriented. Finally, the Filipino...
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  • Filipino Values and Entrepreneuship
    challenging situation arises. Value-oriented. Finally, the Filipino entrepreneur has a set of values that guides him in doing business. The greatest value for a Filipino entrepreneur is his family. “In general, a Filipino entrepreneur, no matter how successful he has become, never loses sight of why he is...
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  • Cory Aquino
    Cory Aquino Restored democracy, supported the Filipino entrepreneurs The recent death of the former president Corazon C. Aquino has made us reminiscent of her major contribution in bringing back the democracy in our country. It was the democracy that we almost lost during the martial law era...
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  • Reaction Paper on "Good to Great"
    have a great company having that as a core value. So the real question is, what are your company values? Live them fanatically. These values must prevail in the changing world. Relevance to Filipino Entrepreneurs. Dean Rudy Ang would always say that entrepreneurs are greatly needed to help...
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  • John Gokongwei Jr
    book for this class. How does it apply to this course? How is it relevant? This book is a study of one of the most successful Chiness-Filipino entrepreneurs in our country, John Gokongwei Jr., founder of a highly diversified group of companies in our country today. This book endeavors to shed...
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  • Csr to Small and Medium Sme's
    those Filipino overseas workers and would-be entrepreneurs who want to go into business. Proper training are given by TESDA. Even the Department of Science and Technology’s National Academy of Science and Technology has a pilot program that University of the Philippines may start a Bachelor of...
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  • fdjhf
    stewardship phase called Social Artistry: strengthening governance; developing community-based programs for health, education, environment, and productivity; building a village culture that honors Filipino values and heritage. The goal is to empower the powerless for self-governance, self-reliance, and self...
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  • Her Lifestory
    us. They are the one who inspires us to do our best. Filipinos also exhibits the trait of being good to the people around us. This trait really plays a big role in how Filipino entrepreneur manages their people very well. Yes, the Filipino culture and values that were instill in us really help in building our entrepreneurial spirit....
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  • Selecta: Mixing the Right Ingredients for the Future
    country, create jobs, or even to profit from something in which [he] excelled. [He] became an entrepreneur to survive.” Filipino family values are also at play here. In the absence of the father, the eldest son usually takes charge in providing for and supporting the family. Gokongwei did just...
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  • Entrepreneurial Potential Skills of Business Administration at Arellano University Main Campus
    develop more entrepreneurs. Filipino Value favourable to Entrepreneurship  Pakikipagkapwa values promote the ideas of entrepreneurship- Pakikipagkapwa is all about how we treat others and relate with other people.  Many Filipino values promote risk-taking or lakas loob- as we have...
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  • Alab Koop
    – We have become a nation of cynics whose highest delight is to bash our cultural dignity by downgrading our traditional values and extolling the virtues of the west. ( Felipe L. Jocano, 1992, p.13) The Filipino must think and act Filipino, and be proud to be Filipino…They must therefore cast...
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  • Trial
    Asiang or Lola Asiang.She was born on April 16, 1892.Alexander A. Reyes was her husband and co-founder of The Aristocrat Restaurant. She was a Filipino chef and entrepreneur, who was an active promoter of Filipino cuisine, especially through the restaurant she founded. At the age of 83, she died on...
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  • Bonds
    on this later). The Store Doctor’s weekly visit allows the The benefits are then passed on to the smaller stores the Community Store services. All of Hapinoy’s Community Stores are owned by female/women micro entrepreneurs whom we fondly call our Nanays as Nanay is the Filipino word for “mother...
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  • Henry Sy and John Gokongwei
    than they value their ventures. Henry engaged not in any forms of vices while John has already quitted smoking. * Being Filipino-Chinese, both have good business strategies (i.e., no major borrowing), as one may identify this particular characteristic of their race. This helped them put up...
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  • Docu
    , businesspersons and politicians | 1983 | Gifford Pinchot – Intrapreneur is an entrepreneur within an already established organization | 1985 | Robert Hisrich – Entrepreneurship is the process of creating something different with value by devoting the necessary time and effort, assuming the...
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  • Go Negosyo
    The true purpose of the youth summit “Go Negosyo” according to Joey Concepcion (founder of Go Negosyo) was to inculcate to the youth the right mindset in putting/starting up a business. We must have the right values to be possessed. According to Atty. Felipe Gozon, current chief executive and chair...
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  • Thesis Chapter 2
    primary information about the owners and their allotted shares in the business. NAME | NATIONALITY | ADDRESS | TOTAL PERCENTAGE OF 3,000,000 or 100% | Wolsy S. Mira | Filipino | Villa Gloria Angono, Rizal | 12.5% or 375,000 | Jan Elizabeth Danielle M. Mendiola | Filipino | San...
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  • Top 10
    her name: the Agora Award for Outstanding Achievement in Entrepreneurship  in 1991,  Department of Trade and Industry’s Outstanding Filipino Retailer Award in 2005, and Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the Philippines in 2005. “All my life I’ve never had a vacation, but I’m not...
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  • Siomai Maker
    (chart depends on the table) 3.0 Products There are many successful Filipino entrepreneurs who started their business in a tight budget and they have proven that a little cash can go a long way. What they only have is the right...
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