I can’t exactly remember what was my epiphany of Dr. Peter F. Drucker or his writings, but what came after reading his works was to me of profound significance!
“We spent the entire night (6 hours of it!) doing an overhaul to the idea – reframing the problem, re-assessing the social impact, re-computing financial projections. “
“The Philippines needs to harness technology, the digital revolution and disruption”
Representing the school was an honor, but it also added a little more pressure and few more sleepless nights for the team.
EWS invited teams from schools in the Greater Manila Area. There were 8 qualified teams and all of them, except us, came from UPLB, which is one of the centers of excellence in the field of agriculture in the Philippines.
Out of 130 teams who participated around the world, only 7 were chosen – one for each company who participated. Three of the seven winners came from AIM.
Each of us may not work behind the name “Beyond The Craft” in the future, but certainly we will carry it with us.
We were 160 students from more than 38 nationalities packed in 1 room and working towards one goal: coming up with the best strategic solution.
The 2017 World Asian Business Case Competition invited students to write and present a case showcasing an exciting Asian company.
The one day competition generally allowed us to mimic a day in the life of a Venture Capital firm.
Much like the dedication one puts into for training for a marathon, our business venture became our life.