February 10, 2007
De La Salle University Manila
Managing Competitive Enterprises in the Digital Economy
To promote managerial, export and electronic competence of SMEs in the Asia-Pacific region, the Association of Training Institutions for Foreign Trade in Asia and the Pacific (ATIFTAP) organizes conferences to stimulate discussions on international trade and promote global trade research.
The First Global Business Conference on February 10, 2007 aims to summon practitioners, researchers, educators and students to present and discuss best cases in global business. ATIFTAP is organizing this conference in coordination with Partnership Forum for International Trade Development Inc. (FITDEV), DLSU-Manila's Marketing Management Department and Industrial Engineering Department, Junior Entrepreneurs' Marketing Association (JEMA) and teachers from St. Scholastica’s College, Adamson University, IAME, DLSU-Araneta, DLSU-Canlubang and DLS-CSB.
College and Graduate Students, Teachers and Business Practitioners:
Graduate Students, Practitioners and Teachers :
DEMAND Competition Phase 3 (Free)
College Students: Php 300.00
Business Practitioners: Php 600.00
Teachers: FREE with at least 25 paying students
Graduate Students: Php 600.00
*Participants' names should be submitted through e-mail (email@example.com) or fax (303-1443) together with the deposit slip on or before January 26, 2007 (Friday). Payments should be deposited to the Partnership Forum for International Trade Development Inc. (FITDEV) Account: Current Account No. 230-10-000354-1 PBCOM. Unused fees cannot be refunded. Onsite registration is discouraged due to limited seats.
Lovinia Esguerra (ATIFTAP)
Phone: +632 303-1442
Telefax: +632 303-1443
Marie Rodriguez (JEMA)
April Borbon (JEMA)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org