On invitation of the Entrepreneurship Educators Association of the Philippines (ENEDA) Region-4A, ADFIAP, represented by its Knowledge Management Unit Head & Sustainability Officer, Mr. Enrique Florencio, attended and spoke in one of the roundtable discussions during the 11th ENEDA National Conference held on February 8-10, 2013 at the Amigo Terrace Hotel in Iloilo City in Western Philippines. Mr. Florencio shared with the participants ADFIAP’s newest capacity-building program offering called “Sustainable Enterprise Innovation Program” (SEIP), a holistic approach aimed at assisting enterprises in creating sustainable and innovative products and services as well as operational enhancements via the integration of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)-based sustainability indicators in all level of operations.
The two-day conference, attended by about 150 participants from the business, government, academe and the private sector, served as a platform for exchange of knowledge and ideas, best practices and trends on educators entrepreneurship in the ASEAN region.
ENEDA https://enedaphilippines.com/ is a non-stock, non-government, non-profit professional association among college educators in entrepreneurship aimed at enhancing and advancing the professional growth and development of entrepreneurship educators and at linking up with entrepreneurs in the Philippines and abroad for the advancement of the entrepreneurship curricula and entrepreneurship students.
One of ADFIAP’s 4-pillared sustainable development agenda is developing and promoting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by enhancing the sector’s access to financial resources and technical assistance in order to contribute to national growth and prosperity. Learn more of ADFIAP’s sustainability framework at this link: https://www.adfiap.org/about-us/sustainability-in-adfiap/