A graduating student from the College of Business Administration made it to this year’s search for the Top 25 Marketing Management Trainees of the MarkProf Foundation. Fernando Sarael, Jr., a BA student majoring in Marketing, successfully passed three stringent screening stages composed of business simulations, interviews, and case studies.
Every year, MarkProf searches for the 25 most promising graduating college students who will be offered exceptional means for jumpstarting their careers through the Marketing Leadership Boot Camp. Students will get unparalleled training from the country’s most renowned corporate leaders and entrepreneurs. Thousands of brilliant and intelligent students all over the country go through a rigorous selection process to be part of the search for MarkProf’s Top 25 Marketing Management Trainees.
MarkProf Foundation was founded by Diosdado Salvador, the first regional president of Johnson & Johnson Asean Consumer Group of Companies, and Josiah Go, celebrated marketing guru and only Filipino to finish the Blue Ocean Strategy qualification course in the INSEAD (Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires or European Institute for Business Administration).
Sarael will join students from other universities in the country for this year's Marketing Leadership Boot Camp.