Project MOVE: Filipino youth and entrepreneurship
MANILA, Philippines – What kinds of entrepreneurship opportunities are available to young Filipinos? How can we harness technology to jumpstart entrepreneurship ideas?
These questions will be tackled on Sunday, August 21, to celebrate World Entrepreneurship Day as MovePH relaunches Project MOVE.
Project MOVE is a regular online discussion that talks about different issues and advocacies concerning various sectors, particularly the youth. Project MOVE will feature different partner student organizations and non-government organizations (NGOs) from its MovePH Network community as hosts and guests.
The series kicks off with an episode on Filipino youth and entrepreneurship, hosted by DZUP Radio Circle member Sofia Galve. Guests include Ramon Gonzales of UP Junior Executive Society, Kevin Cuevas of UPLB Enactus, and Patrick Manuel of The Entrepreneurship Club of FEU.
Gonazales, Cuevas, and Manuel will share their experience as young entrepreneurship advocates and the projects and entreprises of each of their student organizations.
Catch the first episode on Sunday, August 21, at 3 pm. – Rappler.com
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