Aboitiz executives to meet with students

By: PR October 20,2015 - 07:10 AM

FOLLOWING a 10-year Aboitiz tradition of shaping young Filipino minds, 90 of the country’s brightest student leaders are set to embark on two days of learning and activities at the upcoming 10th Aboitiz Future Business Leaders Summit (AFLBS) in Cebu City.

The student leaders, representing 41 schools nationwide, will converge at Marco Polo Plaza Cebu on Nov. 6 to 7 to gain perspectives into the corporate world of the Aboitiz Group through a series of talks, forums and educational activities.

Top Aboitiz executives from different Aboitiz business units are expected to share their knowledge, experience, and philosophies that reinforce high hopes for the country for these future leaders.

“As Aboitiz moves toward attaining its mission of creating long term value for its stakeholders, it is committed to its sustainability efforts towards People, Planet, and Profit. The AFLBS continues to be a shared commitment to develop and nurture our young and promising delegates toward becoming effective leaders in the future,” said Txabi Aboitiz, Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc. chief human resources officer.

The summit is part of the Aboitiz Group’s commitment to prioritize education in its corporate social responsibility initiatives.

The summit began in 2006 as a gathering of Cebu’s brightest student leaders. It has become a national event, providing opportunities for student delegates to foster relationships not only among co-delegates and Aboitiz team members, but also establish networks with executives and other industry leaders.

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