The Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County (FACCOC) has for more than two decades earned the reputation not only on providing the healthy climate for businesses to thrive especially for Filipino entrepreneurs and professionals. The Chamber is also focused on the next generation of businesspeople in their start-ups to pave the way for successful business operation by equipping them with the necessary skills and relevant knowledge courtesy of people who’ve there and have proven themselves over the years.
Learning the business ropes did not come easy for most of these industry experts who had to undergo the proverbial baptism of fire. While many businesses took the necessary risks during their process of growth the hard way, the needed information now comes handy and easily and thanks to people who share them unselfishly.
FACCOC and its membership have been through a number of business cycles and had survived the rough cycles. A number of these experts will be under one roof to share their valuable marketing ideas and knowledge in complying with basic government regulations on the conduct of their businesses and provide the opportunity to mingle and network with like-mended businessmen and professionals.
On February 18 at the Tangata Restaurant at the Bower’s Museum in Sta. Ana (2015 N, Main Street), FACCOC will present the 7th season of the Annual Business Strategic Workshop which is also a sort of a Small Business Summit starting at 5:30 p.m.
Like in the previous years’ workshop, many entrepreneurs are expected to take advantage of the many benefits of attending this signature event, one of the four slated for the year by one of the most active associations in Orange County.
PSST Expected to Turn Heads Toward PHL Culture
Troy High School’s PPST (Philipinos Sharing Smiles Together) event on February 20 is expected to elicit smile to those who will be watching young peoples’ collective attempt to present the culture of their parents’ native land.
The culminating performance should be a proud and special day for the Filipino American student population of the Fullerton school as the show highlights for the 16th year their collective pride in presenting the beauty and depth of their parents’ heritage.
These budding ambassadors of culture have earned for themselves their rightful places with their passion of creating awareness on their cultural heritage. PSST is expected to open up renewed admiration for a culture of the people located more ten thousand miles across the Pacific and one that’s a rich product of the beautiful interplay of events caused by colonization.
The months-long preparation of this dedicated art will culminate at the La Mirada Theater for the Performing Arts with the Pilipino Cultural Night event.
This year’s cultural extravaganza dubbed “Reflections: The Leader Within” will showcase an explosive colorful cultural presentation that will feature the colorful dances of the Cordilleras in Northern Philippines, skits and modern dance numbers.