BSBA Student Representative Attend Business Summit


Last September 10, 2017, nine BSBA students namely; Carlo Florin, Nympha Durilag, Cheryl Flores, Juliet Garcia, Zoren Gorgonio, Gwen Mangaliag. Michael Montebon, Jonalyn Macadine and Peter Partugalan together with thewir mentors Mr. Karl Campos, Mr. Doris Suñaz and Ms. Sonia Suñaz made their way to Davao Intercollegiate Business Summitheld at 7/F Finister Auditorium , Ateneo de Davao University. The organizers invited 3 speakers who tackled the latest happenings in the business world. The first speaker was Mr. Jarre Cubio shared his knowledge on “Business in the Age of Millennials”, highlighting the traits of millenials , the power of Social Network and Innovation as the key to success to every business.The second speaker was Ms. Karla Singson, a successful entrepreneur who owned the famous Gifts Davao and a PR consultant of PR, Events and Promotions. Her talk focus on “Entrepreneurial Initiatives of Today”, wherein she shared the 4-3-2-1, 4 mistakes that millennials make, 3 skills that you should master to get ahead in business, 2 things you should do and 1 habit that can changed her business forever.

The last speaker was Mr. Kristoffe Ang, one of the most successful entrepreneur in Davao City. Mr. Ang owned the “The board room office lounge”, the restaurant “The Bright Side Davao” and most famous “Stre3ts Urban Lifestyle Pub”. He highlighted his presentation on Millennial Leader’s Mindset and how the company’s reputation matters.

Davao Intercollegiate Business Summit is composed of 9 schools namely; University of Immaculate Conception, San Pedro College, MATS, Holy Cross of Sasa, Holy Cross of Calinan, St. Peter’s College of Toril, University of Mindanao, Ateneo de Davao University and St. John Paul II College. The schools mentioned had joined 3 events; the Quiz Bowl, Business Pitching and Case Analysis. Among 9 schools the Business Students from SPCT was announced as first runner up for Quiz Bowl and Case Analysis and 4th  for Business Pitching.

© Gwen Mangaliag