Mentorship Programs in the Philippines Reach Singapore and Israel

PHOTO CAPTION:  Present during the Launch of ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN) in Singapore are AMEN Legacy Chair and ASEAN BAC Co-chair Joey Concepcion and ASEAN BAC 2018 Chair Robert Yap with ASEAN CSR Network CEO Thomas Thomas and ASEAN CSR Network Chair Yanti Triwadiantini.

Establishing stronger mentoring network partnership with Singapore enables joint development and will produce programs, projects and advocacy initiatives pursuant to the advancement and operationalization of Responsible and Inclusive Business and AMEN in ASEAN and ASEAN Dialogue Partners.

ASEAN Business Advisory Council Philippines Chairman and ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network Founding Chair Joey Concepcion presented the importance of of mentorship for micro and small entrepreneurs during the forum.

The program’s mentorship advocacy provides a platform to promote best practices and  maximize potential in the path towards inclusive growth throughout the member states and the ASEAN dialogue partners.

Then during the official and first state visit of President Rodrigo Duterte in Israel last September 2-5, 2018, Go Negosyo’s Mentor Me program was signed into partnership with Israel-Philippines Chamber of Commerce to provide a stronger mentorship program in Israel and Philippines.