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Paulo Tibig 2015 Negosyo Insights

posted Mar 26, 2015, 3:52 PM by Paulo Tibig   [ updated Mar 26, 2015, 3:55 PM ]

by  on February 11, 2015 in Evening with the Dean

He’s one of the most sought after professional speakers today on topics like entrepreneurship, franchising and customer service. I personally like him because he’s so down to earth and very approachable alongside the fact that he’s a graduate of BS Airline Business Administration from PATTS College of Aeronautics :). Way back in college, he did a lot of utility job in a customs brokerage firm, he used to be a delivery boy, courier and messenger. He invested his earnings at a mutual fund then put up a laundry business with his dividends. At present, that laundry business now is a big cargo company, he is now the president and CEO of Vcargo group with different business units in transport, energy and logistics.

For February’s Evening with the Dean, we have a special guest who’s at 41 reached his goal of financial independence and goes by the moniker of “THE ENTREP CHAMP” in the entrepreneurship community because of his business savvy and wisdom.

Paulo Tibig 2015 Negosyo Insights

Paulo Tibig 2015 Negosyo Insights at the TrulyRichClub Evening with the Dean


  • Endowed by natural resources all year-round.
  • Demand is high / growing market.
  • Back to basic.
  • New methodologies.
  • Sustainability.
  • Develop high valued crops.

Fast Food to Flash Healthy Food

  • Fast food and flash healthy food are separately in demand.
  • Try to come up with a fast food that at the same time is healthy, nutritious and affordable.
  • Healthy food vending machine.
  • Healthy food delivery.

ASEAN Centric Product or Services

  • Capitalize on the 2015 ASEAN Integration.
  • Huge 800 million market.
  • Free flow of goods & services
  • Ease of doing business
  • One single economy.

Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam (CMLV) are expected to import more products and services. To take advantage of this, Filipino entrepreneurs must ask themselves “what expertise can I offer to this countries?”. These include services like english tutorials, training centers and hospitality management that are in demand across the ASEAN region.

Tourism Related Business

  • Bank on the Visit Philippines 2015.
  • Increase in foreign arrival will be fed.
  • Access of traveling is more convenient as airlines lower their fares  more destinations / routes. New means such as RORO (Roll on – Roll off), new roads infrastructures landing to more tourist spot.
  • Services: home-stays, inns, hotels, spas, and travel companies.
  • Products: souvenir shops and handicrafts.

Local Government (LGU) also pursue campaign to promote their local tourism & product. So do not decount local tourists in the equation!


  • As economy picks-up so does the manufacturing, processing & trading sector.
  • Most of them usually outsource their products goods movement.
  • The increase in economic activity in the Philippines will likely increase the movement of goods.
  • Manufacturers will be outsourcing their transportation need, especially during peak seasons.

Skills Based Negosyo

  • You don’t need to look for what venture to get into, because” Your knowledge & skills is your business!”.
  • If you’re an accountant – have your own accounting / booking firm.
  • A welder – may open a fabrication business.
  • Hairdresser – salon/beauty is for you.

Create a business out of the skills that you already have then learn the soft skills in order to manage that business.

Home Based Business

  • Home-based laundry, food processing, travel & tours, e-commerce, food delivery, etc.
  • Look for business opportunities that will eliminate the need for costly operational expenses such as rent.
  • Examples: e-commerce and app development.

Paulo Tibig 2015 Negosyo Insights gave us a great time learning about business trends and ideas this year. I’m now a certified #Paulower as he likes to call it. You can connect with Paulo Tibig in his website.

Here’s a photo of the Truly Rich Club – Platinum Wealth Circle with Paulo Tibig, taken by Brother Bo Sanchez himself.

Of course the evening will not end without a prayer, a short chitchat and a selfie with Brother Bo.

End in prayer A chitchat with Brother BoFebruary Evening with the Dean Selfie

I also had the chance to add another book to our library. Paulo Tibig’s Strategies of a Champion Entrepreneur.

Paulo Tibig - Strategies of a Champion Entrepreneur Paulo Tibig - Strategies of a Champion Entrepreneur - Autograph

I have a bias on home-based businesses because that’s what we do with our advocacy to be full-time parents. How about you, what do you think about the Paulo Tibig 2015 Negosyo Insights? Or, you just have anything that you want to ask. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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