TRC: Building Filipino Entrepreneurship

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Published on March 3, 2014

Author: denniscjci

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A compilation of relevant news articles, press releases, and other materials for information management of Director General Dennis L. Cunanan of Technology Resource Center (TRC), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), for the benefit of the public and for the reference of members of Junior Chamber International Philippines.

TRC: Building Filipino Entrepreneurship Dennis Cunanan, Junior Chamber International (Dennis Cunanan JCI): News Excerpts Archive A compilation of relevant news articles, press releases, and other materials for information management of Director General Dennis L. Cunanan of Technology Resource Center (TRC), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), for the benefit of the public and for the reference of members of Junior Chamber International Philippines. From “Technology Resource Center: Celebrating 35 years of Filipino Entrepreneurship” (excerpted from Marid Agribusiness Digest 2012) (2) Dennis Cunanan,director general of Technology Resource Center (TRC) talks to MARID Agribusiness Digest about TRC’s achievements, goals and aspirations as they celebrate 35 years of championing the Filipinos’ entrepreneurial spirit. MARID: What goals do you intend to achieve this year? DENNIS CUNANAN: This year, we are focusing our niche among society. We will find ways to make things easier for people to understand and appreciate TRC much better. We will be packaging some materials for OFWs especially those who are affected by the Middle East crisis. We’ll be packaging TRC for women, TRC for students and TRC for senior citizens. This way, the people can immediately zoom into the sector or the society where they belong. The other one is we’ll be triggering some economic activities from the countryside that will eventually create economic activity wherein we will be introducing some research and inventions that can already have national application of indigenous materials. Ibig sabihin, itong mga business propositions for 2012, we’ll make use of the

indigenous resources that we have. The other side is, we are really pushing for Technology Business Inhibition Facilities or TBIs. The TBIs are good manifestation of government intervention to support budding entrepreneurs or young businessmen with good ideas in different fields. We have one running in UP now which is an open source IT-based TBI wherein these young graduates, instead of spending money to set up their offices somewhere and competing in the market, they can access our facility in UP that will cater to their needs, help them with some consultancy in doing business because already have the know-how. So we’re pushing it in 2012. Other than that, we will be supporting the livelihood program of the government. We are being tapped now to accelerate our operations to be able to touch-base, especially those at the calamity-afflicted areas that they will be able to go back to normal life. Source: “Technology Resource Center: Celebrating 35 years of Filipino entrepreneurship.” 2012. Marid Agribusiness Digest 22 (10): 55. The MARID (Market Information Dissemination) Agribusiness Digest was established in 1990, as an offshoot of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) through its Food and Agri-Fisheries Division, and is the first agricultural magazine of its kind in the Philippines. The publication concerns itself with prevailing issues and problems, market trends in the agro-industries, and advances in related technology, among others. For more information, visit https://sites.google.com/a/mariddigest.com/www/home. DENNIS CUNANAN JCI BYLINE: Director General Dennis L. Cunanan of the Technology Resource Center of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has an extensive background of service in both the public and private sector, having been involved in the National Youth Commission agency and the House of Representatives. Dennis has long been an active member of Junior Chamber International Philippines, the national chapter of a non-profit international organization driven by Young Active Citizens Creating Positive Change. JCI is the oldest and most premier leadership development organization in Asia, from its founding in 1947. He was appointed National President of JCI Philippines in 2005. As National President, Dennis prioritized a 3-Point Agenda for training, entrepreneurship, and re-integration of the family in the organization; he hopes to carry a

similar focus when he assumes the position of Junior Chamber International’s Secretary General in on January 1, 2014, after having been appointed in the 2012 World Congress in Taiwan. The official Dennis Cunanan JCI web resource will serve as a repository of updates on Dennis’s Philippine and international activities as a representative of JCI.

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