Along with the need for innovative and sustainable ideas in businesses today, even the smallest ideas, given the proper resources and development, can help make a big difference.
The Ateneo Management Association aims to create socially aware entrepreneurs and promotes entrepreneurship by providing venues for learning and practice. In light with its advocacy, AMA presents Paradigm: Entrepreneurship Crash Course, a two-phase event consisting of a business seminar and a business model competition.
In partnership with Assist Asia, this project aims to involve aspiring entrepreneurs to become socially aware of national issues and provide them the resources necessary for the development of their business ideas.
For the winners of the business model competition, prizes will include Php 100,000 cash supported by Assist Asia, an all-expense paid trip to Hong Kong with multi-national company tours, and guaranteed internships.
The first phase, Paradigm: Shift, is a business seminar that will be held on November 11, 2016 at the Oakwood Premier, Ortigas. To equip the participants with the skills necessary for creating and executing an effective business model, talks will include:
How to Create Social Impact Through Entrepreneurship
Journalist, CNN Philippines
A Guide on How to Handle Finances for a Start-Up Company
Finance Columnist, Philstar.com
Creating a Business Model that Brings Low-Cost Internet to Rural Areas
Principal Advisor on ICT
Creating a Business Model for Start-Up Companies
The second phase, Paradigm: Flux, is the business model competition where the selected participants get to pitch their ideas to a panel of judges. Details of the competition will be released after phase 1.
There are only LIMITED SLOTS, so what are you waiting for? Begin your enrtrepreneurial journey and sign up now at: https://tinyurl.com/Paradigm2016Signups
Want to know more? Refer to this link for the event primer: https://tinyurl.com/Paradigm1617Primer
For any questions and inquiries, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the recruitment heads, Alexandrea Lim (+639175339683) or Jenny Li (+639178898807).