Glitzy mentoring via 3M program

August 15, 2022

Prominent businessmen and celebrities will hold mentoring sessions for active and aspiring entrepreneurs at Go Negosyo’s free entrepreneur mentoring program Money, Market and Mentorship (3M) on Wheels.

Among them will be actress and entrepreneur Ara Mina, who will join Go Negosyo founder Joey Concepcion when she plays mentor to aspiring entrepreneurs at the 3M on Wheels event this 19 August at the Ayala Malls Manila Bay.

Mina, who founded her own business Hazelberry Café, is among those in the ranks of prominent mentors who have been sharing their time and knowledge to help budding entrepreneurs. Among them is LT Group COO Michael Tan, Hands-On Manila founder Atty. Gianna Montinola, Francorp CEO Bing Limjoco, Sterling Paper Products’ Michelle GanKee, and Oryspa Founder and CEO Sherill Quintana, in mentoring aspiring and active entrepreneurs. Actress Gladys Reyes, who founded her own food business, has also mentored Go Negosyo.

“We try and inspire as many Filipinos as we can to become entrepreneurs,” Concepcion said.

“MSME (micro, small and medium enterprises) need mentorship, along with access to money and markets to succeed. We at Go Negosyo, through our 3M on Wheels events, bring these to where the entrepreneurs are,” Concepcion said.

“MSME need mentorship, along with access to money and markets to succeed. We at Go Negosyo, through our 3M on Wheels events, bring these to where the entrepreneurs are,” he added.

DTI chief to attend

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Alfredo Pascual and Parañaque Mayor Eric Olivarez are expected to grace the event. In addition, Go Negosyo will also be giving away a total of P250,000 to participating entrepreneurs.

3M on Wheels is Go Negosyo’s highly successful on-ground, a nationwide program for active and aspiring entrepreneurs. 3M reflects the wider scope of entrepreneurship assistance.

“We felt that as Go Negosyo continues its mission of giving MSME access to business opportunities, we must expand it to the wider framework of money, market, and mentorship — completing the three M’s that we believe are essential in growing small businesses,” Concepcion said.


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