YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT
"BE PART OF THE YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUMMIT"
ABOUT THE SUMMIT
Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (Go Negosyo) in partnership with the US Embassy will be hosting the Youth Entrepreneurship Summit on March 8, 2019, from 9:00 AM to 5:00PM at the World Trade Center, Pasay City.
The one-day summit aims to inspire the youth by presenting entrepreneurship stories and how to take advantage of technology and the digital world to leverage their businesses. With more and more young people are now taking the path of entrepreneurship, the summit will present different business models where opportunity to develop business acumen will be available. Top notch speakers and successful young entrepreneurs will be invited to tackle on the different feature topics on youth entrepreneurship highlighting innovation and digitalization.
It promises to be the biggest youth event of the year with about 6,000 attendees expected to attend from the youth sector, micro and small and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs), aspiring young entrepreneurs, and academe to enhance their innovation models as a way to take the business to a higher growth plane.
A. GENERAL PUBLIC (NON-STUDENT & NON-TEACHER)
1. REGISTER: Interested registrants may preregister online through this link:
. An email will be sent by the Secretariat to confirm that the registration has been received.
2. PAY AND COMPLETE SLOT RESERVATION:
Account Name: Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship Foundation, Inc
Account Number: 4850-088-492
Bank: BDO Pioneer Highlands, Mandaluyong City
As a proof of payment, a photo or scanned copy of the slip to must be sent to
*An acknowledgement email will be sent by the Secretariat to confirm slot reservation.
Interested participants are encouraged to confirm immediately or reserve slots by calling the YES Secretariat at the following numbers: 6353329, 634 5185 and 635 3329 An email will also be sent by the Secretariat to confirm any registration has been received. Registration and payment must be made on or before the deadline, March 4, 2019.
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