3rd Day8 Conference for Entrepreneurs : Prosperity and Purpose
November 19, 2019, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
RCBC Theater Plaza, Makati
When Day 8 Business Academy was founded last July 2010 by best-selling authors and successful entrepreneurs Josiah Go and Chiqui Escareal-Go, it committed to help MSME achieve prosperity and abundance through concise and affordable courses on increasing revenues, improving personal effectiveness and cutting cost without cutting corners. This year, Day 8 continues to serve its mission through the 3rd Day 8 Conference: Prosperity and Purpose together with 6 successful purpose-driven entrepreneurs who will share their success stories and pitfalls to inspire aspiring and growing entrepreneurs.
The conference will focus on the following:
Session 1 : From Imitator to Innovator: Challenging The Goliath in Your Industry
                   by Josiah Go, Chairman, Waters Philippines
Session 2 : From Chaos to Calmness: Creating an Orderly House of Entrepreneurship
                   by Pax Lapid, Chairman, SPAC Information Technology
Session 3 : From Setbacks to Comebacks: Turning Around Until You Succeed
                   by Jorge Wieneke, President of Tokyo Tempura
Session 4 : From Why to Wow: Developing a Purpose for your Business
                  by Chiqui Escareal-Go, Chair, Women Business Council of the Philippines
Session 5 : From Customers to Communities: Building a Sustainable Fashion Business
                   by Zarah Juan, Creative Director for Zarah Juan Brand
Session 6 : From ME to WE: Research Study on How to be a Happy Entrepreneur
                   by Dr Anton Mari Lim, President, Yellow Boat of Hope
This will also be the launch pad of "The WE Awards for Purposeful Entrepreneurs" officially endorsed by DTI and Go Negosyo as recognition to purpose-driven entrepreneurs in the Philippines.
Who should attend:
MSME owners and their partners who:
  • are eager to learn on how to grow their business
  • are looking for the value and purpose of their business
  • want to be inspired to become a WE entrepreneur (focuses on us/ours) rather than a ME entrepreneur (focus on self)
Good corporate citizens may also want to sponsor their suppliers or customers to ensure healthy supply chain members.