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Entrepreneur Magazine launches the Next Big Food Entrepreneur Challenge


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In its quest to lend support to those who dream big and hope to contribute to the country through their enterprising capabilities, Entrepreneur Magazine announces the extension of Solane’s Next Big Food Entrepreneur Challenge. Running on its second year, the contest is in partnership with Solane LPG and Mercato Centrale Philippines.

Last year’s winners were husband-and-wife team Ping and Jewel Joven of Ping Gu Mushroom Fries and JR Inciong of Mocktail Madness for the student’s category. They bested other entrants who aspired to be the first Next Big Food Entrepreneur.

The contest is open to all amateur and professional food entrepreneurs, 18 years old and above, who are residing in the Philippines. It is also open to teams composed of three (3) persons who are eligible to join.

Contestants undergo three steps: the Food Taste Test; Food Selling; and Submission of Business Plans. The individual or team that garner the highest-scored business plan shall win a cash prize worth P100,000 tax free, a six (6) month rent-free stall in Mercato or Soderno, and a feature in Entrepreneur and Yummy Magazines.

Interested parties may submit their entries until July 25, 2013 by sending their name, short description of dish concept, email address, mobile number, landline (optional), and desired time in a brown envelope labeled Solane’s Next Big Food Entrepreneur. Entries must be submitted to In-Magazine Promos, Summit Media, 7th floor Robinsons Cybergate Center Tower 3, Pioneer St., Mandaluyong or through fax number 451-8888 local 1074, from Mondays to Fridays, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Submissions will be accepted until July 25, 2013 only.

For more details on Solane’s Next Big Food Challenge and for the full mechanics, grab a copy of the June issue of Entrepreneur Magazine, available in newsstands, bookstores and supermarkets nationwide. You can also visit Entrepreneur online at www.entrepreneur.com.ph.

Get more updates when you follow them on Twitter via Twitter.com/EntrepreneurPH or like its Facebook page www.facebook.com/entrepreneurmagazine.ph.

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My Practicum Journey


I have finished my Practicum since Friday and I am missing the work already. So here I am blogging about my Practicum Journey. My 6 weeks stay at Ex-link was worth remembering because of the experience and the people I have worked with. They are a team with good working relationship with each other.

Since I was part of their organization already, I was registered with the bio-metrics, this is their DTR. It needs your finger print so that your time can be read the machine will record it.

We also had our telephone locals, mine was 117.

My task was to e-mail blast and call to follow up.

This was my colorful space, full of sticky notes all over my computer monitor and keyboard.

Few days before the event, we were tasked to fix the loot bags to be given away to the delegates during the event. This one was for MegaFiber.

and this is for Belle de Jour.

a day before the event, we were rushing the ID’s, fixing it by companies and also fixing it alphabetical.

On the event itself, I was tasked to be at the registration booth. We need to give the delegates their ID and loot bag.

The Ex-link team were such nice people to work with. They were very approachable that every time I need to ask something they are always ready to answer me.

Thank you for the opportunity the management has given me to experience the work here in Ex-link. Thank you to my work mates for being good to me. Thank you to my immediate supervisor, Ms. Shaine for all the things you have shared to me. Thank you for the new learning I got from this company. All this things, I can use for my future. Thank you for the accounting 101 of Ms. Shaine although I am not really into math. I still managed to do the task even though it’s not me and also being organized with the documentation of Telemarketers. I don’t usually do that but did it here.