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Learn how to be a responsible millennial in ‘ECHO: Engage, Emerge, Empower’

  • Learn how to be a responsible millennial in ‘ECHO: Engage, Emerge, Empower’
  • This event will be on May 5, 2018, 9am-3pm at Santolan Town Plaza, San Juan, Metro Manila

ECHO is a learning event on how to be a responsible millennial. It is an event that seeks to engage the millennials of the Philippines on relevant topics, challenges them to emerge as key leaders of change in the society, and empower their circles of influence to do the same ECHOing what they have learned. Enjoy good food, booths and performances and watch out for prizes such as free vouchers and tickets! This event will be on May 5, 2018, 9am-3pm at Santolan Town Plaza, San Juan, Metro Manila.

ECHO desires to start a movement in raising responsible millennials who will be game-changers in the Philippines and beyond. It will be a series of 15 minute talks and 30 minute discussion panels about different aspects of society and how millennials can responsibly take part in these aspects.


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Learn from our speakers like Winnie Wong, David Samsom, Rei Crizaldo, Dani Nakpil, Lyqa Maravilla, Dandin Espina, Justin Chua, Mitzi Borromeo and Paula Salvoza as they raise awareness about Advocacies, Relationships, Music, Mental health and more! Enjoy good food, booths and performances and watch out for prizes such as free vouchers and tickets!

Walk in tickets are worth 200 pesos. ECHO also offers a special promo. For every 5 tickets you’ll buy, you’ll 5 tickets for FREE!

To get a 25% ticket discount, you can pre-register online.

https://goo.gl/forms/2hf2EYgmCQ62

For more information, you may like our Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/echomnl

See you there!

Co-presentor: Blogapalooza

Sponsors:  

Trampoline Park, Archery Attack

Media Partners:

Monster Radio RX 93.1, Saved Radio, LionhearTV

Special Thanks To:
Santolan Town Plaza

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