Food industry executive Felix O. Tiukinhoy Jr. shared insightful business ideas with an enthusiastic crowd of professionals, entrepreneurs and aspiring leaders at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Davao Roadshow.

The event was held at the TED Library of the Philippine Women’s College of Davao on May 17, 2024.

Tiukinhoy, MBM ’76, chairman of the Alumni Association of AIM Inc., is among the accomplished alumni of the prestigious business school who graced the LEAD, INSPIRE, TRANSFORM roadshow.

The event sparked a passion for leadership and innovation.

Tiukinhoy is the chairman and president of Virginia Foods Inc. and president of the Philippine Association of Meat Processors Inc. (PAMPI), which plays a crucial role in the country’s food security.

The event, made possible by the Alumni Association of AIM Inc. (AAAIM), the Alumni Association of AIM Inc. – Davao Chapter and the Philippine Women’s College of Davao (PWC), featured a wide array of world-class and innovative management programs at AIM.

It also presented a unique opportunity to interact with Tiukinhoy; Luciano Frederick Puyod III, EMBA ’08, president of the Alumni Association of AIM Inc. – Davao Chapter; and Benjamin Palma Gil, MBM ’76, former president of the Philippine National Bank.

The presence and wisdom of these notable alumni highlighted the impact of AIM in shaping remarkable professional careers.

The afternoon was filled with learning and networking opportunities, sparking discussions and creating new connections among attendees.

Participants were treated to an exclusive glimpse into the transformative power of AIM education and the benefits of being part of the AIM alumni network.

With the positive response to the Davao Roadshow, AIM reaffirms its legacy of empowering leaders and shaping the future of business in Asia.

AIM remains committed to fostering a thriving community of lifelong learners dedicated to creating a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable future. AIM is a pioneer in management education in Asia.

The institute was founded in 1968 by a consortium of prominent business leaders, Philippine academic institutions, and the Harvard Business School Advisory Group.

It is the first school in Southeast Asia to receive accreditation from the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), globally recognized as having the world’s highest standards in business education.

Throughout its history, AIM has sought to empower students to thrive in challenging, rapidly shifting environments. It achieves this by encouraging a more considerate, effective, and sustainable approach to business and society.