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Make Your Business Idea Happen – A FREE Q&A Session w/ Paulo Tibig

The OFW UsapangPiso Forum and Angat Pilipinas Coalition for Financial Literacy bring you another online learning event entitled “Make Your Business Idea Happen”.

Paulo Tibig, one of the sought after professional speakers today, who earned the moniker of “THE ENTREP CHAMP” in the entrepreneurship community because of his business savvy and wisdom, will be sharing his entrepreneurial wisdom on November 15, 2013, Friday at 3PM (Philippine/Singapore time) – 10AM (KSA/Bahrain/Qatar/Kuwait), 11AM (UAE), etc.

Duration of the webinar is estimated to run from 1 hour to maximum of 1.5 hours.

Ask Paulo Tibig LIVE and Online for FREE!


Unleash the potential champion entrepreneur in you! Are itching to have your own business but don’t know how to start? Do you usually ask these questions?

1) Am I capable to own or manage a small business?

2) What kind of business should I choose?

3) Am I in the right location?

4) What are the things to consider to succeed in a business?

5) How do I set salary for my employees?

6) Should I hire family members for my business?

7) How do I set price levels for my products/services?

8) Where should I look for suppliers/manufacturers/ distributors?

These are just some of the questions that you may have been asking yourself for so long but wanted to get the answers from the right persons.

Let The EntrepChamp answer them for you! Register now through our Anymeeting channel! Click the image below:


What are the technical requirements?

To ensure that you’ll have the best experience in this webinar, it’s recommended that you connect through a stable broadband connection with a speed of at least 384 kbps.

For PC-based attendees, you need to run Windows 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server. For the Mac-based people, you’ll need to have at least Mac OS X 10.5.

Lastly, a webcam is NOT required, but you’ll of course, need audio. Using computer speakers are okay but a headset would be better to hear Paulo’s voice more clearly with less background noise.

Who is Paulo Tibig?

Paulo worked his way up the ladder of entrepreneurship and success. He is a graduate of B.S. Airline Business Administration, was a working student taking on not-so-popular jobs like utility personnel, messenger and delivery man from his freshman year until to his senior year in college.

He started several enterprises like t-shirt trading, nata de coco production, handmade paper production, laundry business, and restaurant before he was able to strike the ìpot of goldî in the logistics business offering courier, freight, logistics marketing, food logistics, 3rd party logistics and other supply chain services to complete as total logistics solution provider.

At present, he is the president and CEO of Vcargo group with different business units in transport, energy and logistics.

· One of the TOP TEN ENTREPRENEURS in 2005 by Entrepreneur Philippines
· 2007 TEENPRENEUR CHALLENGE WINNING MENTOR of Entrepreneur School of Asia
· 2011 DANGAL BALANGUENO by the City of Balanga, a recognition for outstanding achievers who made a mark in entrepreneurship

Mr. Tibig is a Go Negosyo Angelpreneur, past president of the Association of Filipino Franchisers Inc.(AFFI), Director of Freeport Area of Bataan (FAB), honorary member of the Young Entrepreneurs Society-Worldwide, and former president of Bataan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BACCII).

He is a regular resource person for several television and radio programs and various national dailies and publications. He was featured in several entrepreneurship books & newspapers, and one of the endorser of Globe Business “Negostar”.

See you all and let’s walk hand in hand on this journey to becoming truly rich!

Happy learning!

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