DWCU Commerce Students Led ENEDA Product Expo ‘2011



Mr. Edward Kester Ng

DWCU, Urdaneta City. Last January 28, 2011, the Entrepreneurship Educators’ Association of the Philippines (ENEDA) – North Luzon Chapter conducted its 2nd Product Expo with the theme, “Interfacing Entrepreneurship Education with the Dynamic Business Environment”, where Divine Word College of Urdaneta played as host.

The said product expo consists of two categories – food and non food product competition. DWCU Commerce students’ product entries beat other products from the different universities and colleges in North Luzon. Tsitusandu Beads, bead/ accessories made of recycled slippers, won First Place in the said event under Non-food Category. While, Save Me Bag, a luxury-looking handbag made of recycled rice sacks, was declared Second Place. Meanwhile, Sh’rilyo Shrimp, Bukarilyo made of Kurros (small shrimp), was one of the finalists in the food category.

Together with their coaches, Mrs. Leonida Javillo, Miss Marjorie Sion and Mr. Edward Kester Ng, Tsitusandu Beads group (Noraimah Mustapha, Gerry Ganzagan, Cozy Monalyn Ann Balitustus, Rowena Abes and Judy Ann De Vera), Save Me Bag group (Christopher Garcia, Michael Bernardino, Catherine Canlas, Marie Rose Selga and Katherine Tabar), and Sh’rilyo Shrimp group (Mylin Madriaga, Mary Jane Caadiang, Lawrence De Asis, Mary Ebonee Manucay and Robelle Diego) received the award at St. Michael’s Gymnasium, Divine Word College of Urdaneta last January 29, 2011.

The whole DWCU Community is very proud to all of you!

Reported by: Mr. Edward Ng

Commerce Students who won First Place under the Non-Food Category with Fr. Doms

Tsitusandu Beads made of slippers – 1st Place – Non Food Category

The 2nd Placers under the Non-food Category Event with the Save me Bag product in front

The Commerce Students behind the Save Me Bag product made of recycled rice sacks - 2nd Place - Non - Food Category

Commerce students who are finalists under the Food Category event. Their product is Sh’rilyo Shrimp, Bukarilyo made of Kurros (small shrimp).


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