Values Of The Filipino Entrepreneur Essays and Term Papers

  • Influence of the Parents in Developing Future Entrepreneurs of the Philippines

     Influence of the Parents in Developing Future Entrepreneurs of the Philippines* Geozel Vivienne E. Walo 2012-50165 BS Nutrition F1- 5R February 22, 2013 _______________________ *A library research paper submitted to...

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  • Inspiring Entrepreneurs

    Filipinos do have a flair for business, judging from data from the Department of Trade and Industry. According to the DTI, 99.6 percent of registered businesses in the Philippines are micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and these provide 63.2 percent of total jobs in the country. “Our Filipino...

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  • Filipino Values and Entrepreneuship

     CHRISTIAN VALUES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1. God owns everything When we recognize that everything belongs to God and we are privileged to have the opportunity to cherish the gifts he gives us, we experience the Utmost joy and can be utilized in the best way to advance His kingdom. (1 Chronicles 29:11)...

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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 under...

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  • Reaction Paper on "Good to Great"

    Good to Great: Responding to Change. I think that Jim Collins' book is essential for future entrepreneurs, managers, and leaders in the Philippines. The tips given by the author are useful in the dynamic, ever-changing, and constantly fluctuating business environment of the Philippines. Jim Collins described...

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  • John Gokongwei Jr

    R. Gantuangko Submitted by: Pete Anthony Polo March 2009 Summary of the book and its contents This book is about a rich Chinese-Filipino businessman John Gokongwei Jr. who built his companies into a highly diversified and large business conglomerate over a span of fifty years. This...

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  • introduction

    Juan Rommel Juan, the President of the innovative food company in the Philippines which serves traditional Filipinos wrapped in banana leaves is indeed a success story. Rommel who has an entrepreneur for a father learned how to run a business at an early age. In 1996, a year after he graduated college,...

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  • BUSINESS ETIQUETTE IN THE PHILIPPINES

    later moved to Manila in 1571. Spanish colonization lasted from the 16th to the 19th century or 333 years, and was marked by a series of uprisings. Filipinos waged Asia’s first nationalist revolution in 1896 and won their independence from Spain on June 12, 1898. The Americans came after the Spaniards...

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  • Alab Koop

    colonization. Two Filipino nationalists clearly point out some of these errors – 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...

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  • theme

    Philippines to be both a psychiatrist and doctor of clinical psychology. • Virgilio Enriquez is renowned for being the Father of Filipino Psychology from the National Organization of Filipino Psychology which he established himself in 1975. • Margarita Go-Singco Holmes, who is also popularly known as Dr Margie...

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  • fdjhf

    a rise in the concept of social purpose businesses which pursue social responsibility directly, or raise funds for charitable projects. Many entrepreneurs, whilst running a profit focused enterprise that they own, will make charitable gestures through the enterprise, expecting to make a loss in the...

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  • gawad kalinga

    for Christ. In 1999, the first GK house was built for the Adduru family, also from Bagong Silang. The name "Gawad Kalinga", which translates in the Filipino language either as "to give care" or "to award care," was coined in 2000. The first GK Expo was launched on October 4, 2003, in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig...

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  • Bonds

    Alongside business partner, Mark Ruiz, he was one of the finalists of the 2010 Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award as well as one of the PLDT SME Bossings and GoNegosyo’s Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs for their work in the Hapinoy Program. He was also chosen as one of the Ten Outstanding Young...

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  • Entrepreneurial Potential Skills of Business Administration at Arellano University Main Campus

    that the students still need to improve and develop their leadership skills because “Leadership” is the first skills that needed on becoming an entrepreneur. CHAPTER 1 Introduction Background of the Study Everyone wants to attain successful and wealthy lifetime. This often starts with a desire...

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  • Selecta: Mixing the Right Ingredients for the Future

    Gokongwei Success Story John Gokongwei life story is another rags to riches success story of a true Filipino Taipan entrepreneur. His business empire company known as John Gokongwei Summit Holdings, Inc. or J.G. Summit Holdings, Inc. for short has been one of the most successful conglomerate in the...

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  • Trial

    called “The mother of Filipino Cooking “.She was fondly called Aling 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...

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  • plan

    only quality products at affordable price but also formulating a superb business opportunity to Filipino families. The company believes that luscious mouth watering donuts should be available to all Filipino families and not just to those who can afford expensively priced donuts. At happy-haus Donuts...

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  • Thesis Chapter 2

    Mira | Filipino | Villa Gloria Angono, Rizal | 12.5% or 375,000 | Jan Elizabeth Danielle M. Mendiola | Filipino | San Clemante V.1 Binangonan, Rizal | 12.5% or 375,000 | Rye Darryl G. Quintans | Filipino | Medalva Hills Angono, Rizal | 12.5% or 375,000 | Dhalia P. Maravillosa | Filipino | Mabuhay...

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  • Her Lifestory

    public administration, and a doctorate in commerce. Concepcion Blaylock is now a president and chairman of Diamond Motors Corporation. As an entrepreneur and a manager Conception knows how to deal with different type of people. She knew how to treat her people properly. She never hesitates to help...

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  • Docu

    –Professor Hisrich The word entrepreneur originates for the French word entreprende which means “to undertake”, in business context – to start a business. ENTREPRENEURSHIP Is a process through which individuals identify opportunities, allocate resources and create value. is the practice of starting...

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