KABAN Week accentuates Connections, Togetherness

Strengthening the bond and connection among business college students, the business management program conducted Knowledgeable Artisans in Business and Networks (KABAN) Week with the theme “Creating Connections, Building Bridges Together” at SBC Multi-Purpose Hall, Apr. 23-27.

            The weeklong celebration was filled with various activities in promotion of holistic learning among Business collegiate through the joint effort of the organization’s officers.

One of the main activities was a free seminar among graduating students concerning career guidance, cooperative entrepreneurship, product presentation and financial literacy. The said seminar was sponsored by Soro-Soro Ibaba Development Center (SIDC) with resource speakers Winnie Gracia M. Diaz, HR Manager, Joseph A. Virtucio, External Relations Officer, Janice Ann B. Odi, Marketing Manager, and Zandra Angelica A. Samonte, Investment Officer with their respective topics.

On the other hand, future artisans in business showed their skills in selling variety of foods as they prepared different booths. Among the four booths, The Conquerors merit the first place for their Mais Con Yelo and Siomai Booth which earned the most profit.

Moreover, the venue was filled with joyous excitement and deafening cheers as the highlight of the event, Mr. and Ms. KABAN 2018, was conducted. Gerson Macalalad, BSBA4, and Rona Gayeta, BSBA3, grabbed the title after competing in series of categories such as casual wear, corporate attire and question and answer portion.

Meanwhile, other competitions were prepared such as Lip Sync Battle whereas Rona Gayeta, BSBA3, emerged as the champion, Artisans Fact or Bluff with Maria Cristelle Atienza, and Nathalie Primo, both BSBA 3 declared as the winner.

All winners received sashes, trophies, certificates and medals.