RDG Conference Report of Anna Marie P. Talam

Write up about the Conference

The theme of the conference was “Creating Sustainable Business Value –  Embedding Sustainable Practices Into Strategies”.  Its aim was to foster research relations between the academic and industry by bringing decision makers from the private and public sector to discuss the opportunities, the best practices and latest research in management and business innovation which are crucial for business sustainability.

 Hosted by Asia Pacific International Academy, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aventis School of Management, there were 26 authors coming from different countries who participated in the conference.  

Feedback on paper presented

*  The topic is interesting.
*  The author was asked to enlighten the group what judgment sampling is.

Future directions of research presented

possible publication (subject to review) since invitations were received through emails to either of the following
* China-USA Business Review; Chinese Business Review; Journal of US-China Public Administration

Potential foreign collaborators

– Takasaki City University of Economics, Japan
– Howard University, USA

Other important contacts and insights

Prof. Ashvin R. Dave, PhD
Associate Professor
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Gujarat, India

Ahmad Selichi, MM
Research  Coordinator
The Joseph Wibowo Center for Advanced Learning 

Short write-up of one’s participation (to be used to feature/publicize the grantee’s participation in the conference)

Asst. Prof. Anna Marie P. Talam, a faculty member of the Social Sciences Cluster of the University of the Philippines Cebu, Cebu City,  participated in the 2nd Global Conference on Business Management held in Singapore on June 12 – 13, 2014. 

 She presented a paper entitled, “Cebu City’s Puso Vending Business: A Tale ofCustomer Satisfaction and Loyalty”.