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The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship: 10 Things People Don’t Tell You about Being an Entrepreneur
May30

The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship: 10 Things People Don’t Tell You about Being an Entrepreneur

The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship: 10 Things People Don’t Tell You about Being an Entrepreneur By Jovy Tuano The Enterprising Spirit: EPISODE 1     Just like watching a TV series, perhaps the best way to tell enterprising stories is to keep readers entertained and connected with real life experiences and scenarios, rather than boring principles and theories about doing business.   So I thought of writing a mixed genre Netflix-ish...

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Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Jovy Tuano – Trailblazer
Jan15

Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Jovy Tuano – Trailblazer

Jovy Tuano Entrepreneur   A master in food innovation and distribution, Jovy Tuano of La Comida Express Gourmet is a true Filipino success story in the food industry of the UAE. He is living on a mission that goes beyond the call of duty to help build a viable business ecosystem that can provide livelihood to industrious people in the community. Just this year, he was able to sell over 200,000 units of his UAE home-grown brand...

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Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Jovy Tuano – The Consummate Businessman
Nov12

Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Jovy Tuano – The Consummate Businessman

Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Jovy Tuano – The Consummate Businessman   “Discover your own talent and enterprise.  Discern your God-given mission in life by connecting the dots of your life from childhood until today. “ Founder and Former Chairman of the Philippine Business Council in Abu Dhabi Jovy Tuaňo is a true leader making an indelible mark in the community and the industry. He set up Asia Gulf Trading in...

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Filipino Entrepreneurs: Surviving and Thriving in the UAE
Jul13

Filipino Entrepreneurs: Surviving and Thriving in the UAE

With the growth of entrepreneurship in the UAE, a country with a vibrant SME sector accounting for 60% of the country’s non-oil GDP, Filipinos, who are amongst the largest expat groups, are catching on.  More options for start-ups including flexible free zone facilities offered around the emirates are driving more and more Pinoys to leave the workforce to start their own business ventures or go into self-employment.  Whereas, Filipino...

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