25 October 2019 — the Department of Allied Business Courses organized a trade fair exhibit: “InnoVentures: Showcasing the fusion of Entrepreneurship and Tourism” at Rolando’s Nook, Coko Café. The department welcomed the entrepreneurship educators from the Capacity Building Program for Entrepreneurship Education 2018-2020. The main purpose of the trade fair exhibit was to showcase the Income Generating Project groups’ innovative products, feature AdNU alumni who are engaged in entrepreneurial activities like Alec Peña of Bratanella and Rose Lopo-Lara of Tinker House Naga, and display artworks and photographs by Bicolano artists Melissa Basmayor for Oryol (Epic of Ibalon), Romualdo Rommel Perez for Carbon Dating, Jao Deauna for Daragang Bicolana, and our very own Cedric Isaac for his photographs.
ABC Chairperson Juan Raul Relloso welcomed the visitors presented ADNU’s Entrepreneurship Program’s Best Practices which involves IGP program, guru system, partnership with Consuelo Chito Madrigal Foundation, entrepreneurship facilities, external and internal activities, departmental publication, seminars, and outreach.
The College of Business and Accountancy was given a Certificate of Appreciation as Part of the Support Team by the CBP4EE-TETFL Program Team.