Friday, January 10, 2014

CCT GEL Partners Get High-End Coaching

Joe Paulini, founder of the acclaimed Rainmaker ad agency and a longtime
 Five Talents volunteer, discusses a case with  micro entrepreneur
Manrie Dedoroy who runs a clothing business in Taguig.
Not all micro entrepreneurs get a chance for one-on-one discussions with seasoned businessmen or  management professors but that's exactly what several CCT community partners  got while attending a grassroots entrepreneurship management training seminar.  The objective of the training was to equip these micro entrepreneurs with the knowledge and business skills that will help them grow beyond their current micro entrepreneurial level.  Topics covered included 'planning and improving processes' and 'understanding quality, delivery, and price'.

The training was held by CCT's Training and Development Institute in partnership with Five Talents International and with the George Mason University School of Management.

The participants are recipients of growth enterprise loans (loans ranging from P51,000 to P1,000,000) from the Metro Manila and nearby provinces of Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna.)

Evelyn Fresnoza with Karen Kitching,  George Mason University School of Management accounting professor.
Evelyn  runs businesses selling fruit and fish in Laguna. 
Participants, lecturers, and CCT staff at the Tagaytay Retreat and Training Center. 

Photos by Darwin Mendoza

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