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First entrepreneurship students' caravan draws participants

by Ruel Francisco
September 7, 2019

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite  – More than 500 senior high school students taking up Business Management and other related courses from Trece Martires City Senior High School (TMSHS) attended the recent 1st Cavite Entrepreneurship Students' Caravan held at the provincial gymnasium here.

Spearheaded by the Provincial Cooperative, Livelihood and Entrepreneurial Development Office with the theme “Entrepreneurial Mindset: The First Step Towards Success,” the caravan aims to motivate the youth to develop a keen interest in business and the right attitude that will carry them through a vibrant entrepreneurial journey.

Provincial Administrator for Community Affairs Alvin Mojica representing Governor Jonvic Remulla highlighted in his message that effective quality time management is the secret of successful entrepreneurship. He cited that the governor is continuously thinking of programs and projects to equip the youth in venturing into business.


Ms. Liza C. Gabatan, Entrepreneurial Division Head said “With the Provincial Government’s intervention of opening the minds of youth sector towards entrepreneurship, we can consider this activity as a unique opportunity for the attendees.” Gabatan also thanked the faculty, advisers, and teachers of TMCSHS in collaborating with the PCLEDO to come up with this caravan.

The highlight of the event was a lecture on Entrepreneurial Mindset by Mr. Paulo M. Tibig, Chief Executive Officer and President of V-Cargo Worldwide and author of #EntrepChamp entitled “Discovering Your Entrepreneurial Potential”.

The speaker provided insights on successful entrepreneurship sharing the hindrances that makes one unsuccessful like ningas-cogonmentality, the Negosyo Mindset Barriers, the need to focus on the direction, among others.

He stressed that there is no shortcut to entrepreneurial success. It has to be worked on, planned and achieved.

He also encouraged everyone to bring out the champion in themselves sharing the five values of a good entrepreneur: Commitment, Hard work, Attitude, Motivation, and Prayer. (Ruel Francisco PIA-Cavite/with reports from PICAD)


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