The First Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Congress at the Capitol Convention Center Complex in Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur on December 5-6, 2014, is an invitation as well as a challenge to the youth in the region to lay down today through entrepreneurship the building blocks of tomorrow’s economy.
Entrepreneurship --- to the mind of the sponsors of this congress : the Camarines Sur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CSCCI), in partnership with Gov. Migz Villafuerte, the Province of Camarines Sur, the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) ---- is presented as an alternative solution to poverty alleviation through casual hiring and employment, which seldom happen or if they ever happen, they are far in between.
The congress’ plenary sessions will focus on: lucrative industries for entrepreneurs; potential hurdles, and struggles of a new entrepreneur, especially in the first two to five years of operation; creating support networks in government agencies, in non-government financial institutions, associations and similar groups.
Its workshops shall discuss the different business opportunities, industries and interests that are trending today which the participants could get into, such as: IT Solutions or industry, like Digital Marketing and E-Commerce for SMEs; Lifestyle and Fashion Designing, Culinary Arts or Agri-preneurship; Entertainment and Indie Film-Making or Franchising and Small Business Loans.
Since the congress is for the youth, there will be a fellowship night and other parties and gimmicks, including trade fair and exhibits, video presentations even breakaway sessions on Culinary Arts or cooking demonstrations.
For a registration of P500, each participant gets a bag or envelope, a notebook, pen and corporate giveaways, inclusive of tickets for meals and snacks, and access to breakaway sessions.- For more information, send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tele Fax (054) 473-3168 or its website: http://home.camarinessur.gov.ph/chamber
Sets First Regional Youth Entrepreneurship Congress