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  2. 2. BELIEVE: GO NEGOSYO Video
  3. 3. What is Go Negosyo? the advocacy of the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) a non-stock, non-profit organization that advocates for a change in MINDSET and ATTITUDE PCE believes that the Filipinos can address poverty in the country by engaging in entrepreneurship and developing an optimistic, passionate, creative and innovative, resourceful, diligent and persevering character.
  4. 4. Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) founded by exceptional entrepreneurs and industrialists behind the successes of RFM, Jollibee Foods Corporation, National Bookstore, SM Investments Corporation, Entrepreneurs School of Asia; Splash Group of Companies, GMA Network; and Greenfields Development-Southeast Asia Food Empire Its founding was prompted by the appointment of Jose Ma. Concepcion III as presidential consultant for entrepreneurship development.
  5. 5. Rise of Go NegosyoJoey Concepcion III is the Chairman and ChiefExecutive Officer of RFM Corporation at theage of 28.The Presidential Consultant onEntrepreneurship and one of the founders ofthe Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship.He came from a middle-class family who didnot have all the luxuries in life .He was taught to achieve things in life withpatience.He considers business not only as a wayof making money but as well as a way toshow love for the country.
  6. 6. GO NEGOSYO
  7. 7. Tools / Methods
  8. 8. Seminars and ExposGo Negosyo conducts forums and expos in key cities around the country in thehope of instilling and inspiring an entrepreneurial mindset among theattendees in the area. Also hold afternoon talks that discuss in detail topicssuch entrepreneurship, marketing, product development and financing.
  9. 9. Books and Publications Books and publications educate aspiring entrepreneurs by sharing how these successful negosyantes were able to overcome their obstacles and highlighting the entrepreneurship lessons that could be learned from these stories. Weekly column in the Philippine Star AskGoNegosyo by Joey Concepcion which discusses current developments related to entrepreneurship and dispenses advice and useful insights.
  10. 10. Go Negosyo: Entrepreneurship alternative to unemployment, job-seeking or migration partner in improving education fostering an optimistic and conducive culture, providing a marketplace of ideas, innovations, business models and best practices catalyzing the development of entrepreneurship in the country
  11. 11. Negosyo Seminar (NEGOSEM)Spotting and Actualizing Business Ideasand Opportunities was discussed byAngelpreneur Prof. Jorge U. Saguinsin,Professor at the Ateneo Graduate School ofBusiness and Senior Managing Director ofthe Bereavement Providers, Inc.•Good venues for business opportunitiesusually starts in one’s self - crisis youexperience, solutions to what irritates you,among others.•The entrepreneurial mindset sees anopportunity to be in the market, ratherthan dwelling on the danger, crisis andirritating problems.
  12. 12. How can I join Go Negosyo? Go Negosyo forms program partnerships with educational institutions and other agencies in the field of entrepreneurship and economic development. One can help spread the advocacy by: - Supporting trimedia campaigns and events (i.e., Go Negosyo Bigtime TV Show , , Go Negosyo Caravans)
  13. 13. Aspiring entrepreneurs must assess if their desired business opportunity:
  14. 14. GO NEGOSYO Vision of eradicating poverty through entrepreneurship As a non-profit, non-government organization, Go Negosyo aims to be a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs who seek advice and mentorship on the how-to’s of establishing, managing and growing a business. Hence, the organization does not directly lend money to business owners. For this, the organization directs financing inquiries to microfinance institutions.
  15. 15. Thank you! 