The QCU – College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA), Entrepreneurship Department, successfully organized the 2023 ‘Entrepreneurship Business Plan Research Colloquium Presentation on May 19, 2023, at the Laboratory Building, QCU San Bartolome Campus.
The event, which was led Dr. Gerardo T. Bautista, CBAA Dean, and the research colloquium committee composed of Dr. Edmond P. Freo (head), Dr. Ronilo B. Ramilo, and Dr. Jona C. Marquez, showcased the remarkable and innovative ideas of QCU’s aspiring entrepreneurs to promote entrepreneurship research and foster a collaborative academic environment.
The Colloquium also aimed at bringing together aspiring entrepreneurs, business professionals, and industry experts to explore and discuss key topics related to entrepreneurship, innovation, and business development while providing a platform for knowledge sharing, networking opportunities, and inspiration.
Dr. Theresita V. Atienza, QCU President, delivered the welcome remarks, emphasizing the importance of entrepreneurship and innovation in today’s business landscape, as well as underscoring the significance of conducting research for both faculty and students.
Three esteemed panels of judges were invited to evaluate the presentations, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience in various aspects of business and entrepreneurship. The panelists included Mr. Michael Gerald R. Mariano, an Industry Practitioner, Dr. Abrian Joy Orencia, a renowed faculty member of the CBAA, and Ms. Geraldine Adlawon, program chairperson of the Entrepreneurship Department.
A total of five enterprises/groups presented their papers, which included the following:
|Section & Year||Entreprise||Name of Mentor|
|BAENT – 4B||Thy Enterprise Food Service||Dr. Federico B. Ramos Jr.|
|SBENT – 4B||Trailblazer Enterprise||Prof. Daryl R. Panganiban|
|SBENT – 4G||Soapporium||Prof. Jessica Sintos-Pagulayan|
|SFENT – 4A||Lead’N Care Enterprise||Prof. John Rey Dormentes|
|SFENT – 4B||Enterfoodneur Enterprise||Prof. Elma Lyn R. Padlan|
At the end of the event, the TRAILBLAZER ENTERPRISE, mentored by Prof. Daryl R. Panganiban, was awarded as the best group presenters. In her closing remarks, Ms. Adlawon expressed her utmost gratitude to the University administration, panelists, committee members, participants, and visitors for helping make the research colloquium a resounding success.