IDC’s Romolo Nati Shares Business Values in Enactus’ Innovative Challenge Workshop
“There are two of the valuable propositions behind the company's success to survive amidst the big competition. These are; first is we specialize in green design projects, something that is new to the market; and second is we focus our projects in emerging cities, where there is a great demand for real estate products,” said Architect Romolo Nati during his lecture in the Enactus workshop, held at the Asian Institute Management last May 27, 2017.
In partnership with the Saudi Aramco, a known gas company in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, the Enactus Philippines kicked off its “Innovative Challenge” with the aim to inspire university students in creating a mark not only in the field of entrepreneurship but also in energy, environment, and climate sustainability.
ENACTUS workshop invited Architect Nati, chairman and chief executive officer of IDC, for his extensive knowledge and passion in environmentally sound developments. Nati gave a lecture on the “Architecture and Engineering in the Age of Globalization”, where it was participated by the student finalists for this year’s ENACTUS Philippines National Finals, coming from the Holy Trinity College of General Santos City, Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Sta.Mesa, Sultan Kudarat State University-Isulan, University of Southeastern Philippines, and University of the Philippines-Diliman.
ENACTUS is a non-profit international organization committed to inspire students in shaping lives and creating community development projects through entrepreneurial action. In the Philippines, ENACTUS is chaired by IDC’s Primo Consigliere, Dr. Joey P. Leviste.
The national finals will be held at the SMX Convention Center, Manila on July 7-8, 2017. The team to win will be named as the country’s representatives to the ENACTUS World Cup 2017.