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Youth Social Entrepreneurship Summit provided a venue for young social entrepreneurs, student leaders and business students to learn and be inspired to action through interaction with the prime movers of the different sectors of society. This whole day series of activities engaged the participants with both challenges and solutions to the nation’s problems, highlighting the positive power of business. Ultimately, this summit empowered the youth and dared them to

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Philippine National Trade Fair

Philippine National Trade Fair
SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
March 17-20 2011

Explore the riches of the Philippines. Discover how a variety of indigenous materials can be fashioned into functional and creative pieces. Witness the innovation of new designs and products in line with the global trends only at the National

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Mang Bina’s winning Moves

Mang BIna, Binalot’s official mascot won in the Association Of Filipino Franchisers Franchise Show Mascot Showdown event at the World Trade Center last September 19, 2010.

Binalot Eastwood Now Open!

BINALOT EASTWOOD: Mang Bina (center) poses with Binalot president Rommel Juan and wife Ma. Christine Juan, together with Binalot Eastwood Franchisees, Peggy De Villa, and husband Martin De Villa

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Pinoy Fast Food Chain helps Zambales’ Aeta Communities

from goodnewspilipinas.com

On the way to the site where native food chain Binalot Fiesta Foods obtains some of its banana leaves, President and CEO Rommel Juan is getting a crash course on dealing with Aeta tribesmen. “Apparently they prefer to be called ‘kulot’ (curly) instead of Aeta,” he says. “I’m surprised. In Manila we always thought it was a derogatory term.”

Juan is visiting the second site of his DAHON (Dangal at Hanapbuhay Para sa Nayon) Program, which sources leaves directly from farmers instead of going through middlemen. “Our initial site in Laguna is still active but we’re looking for additional sources,” explains Juan. “We discovered that the highlands here (in Zambales) have a lot of ‘butuan’ banana plants whose fruits are delicious only to birds and bats, which is perfect since we only need leaves.”

The Aeta communities reside near the bananas, which is why Binalot tapped them for the northern DAHON program. But, unlike the Laguna farmers, Juan and company have to contend with a different culture. “Sa Nagcarlan wala lang silang opportunities,” (In Nagcarlan they just have less opportunities) explains Juan “we only needed to train them to use the resources they have. Here, most of them are content with subsistence farming.”Continue reading