16th Family Business Breakfast Roundtable

FAMILY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
JOHN GOKONGWEI SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY

The Sixteenth Family Business Breakfast Roundtable

Who does what?
Who's the boss?
How do siblings keep the peace in the family?

Hear from a successful family business run by siblings!

Who says all is fair in the family business?

CONTI'S SPECIALTY FOODS INC.
Ms. Cecille Conti Marañon
Ms. Carolina Conti Sumulong
Ms. Angie Conti Martinez

CONTI'S PASTRY SHOP & RESTAURANT was started by three sisters - Cecille, Caroland Angie. It began as a home-based food order business serving customers in BFHomes, Parañaque, Las Piñas and Alabang in October, 1997. The company'sultimate goal is to provide quality food and service at reasonable prices. The hands-on management style of its owners and the able support of the staff proved to be the main factors behind the growth of Conti’s. Over the years, the company has successfully ventured into catering, take home orders and functions for special occasions. The establishment of a three story building in 1999 at#61 President Ave., BF Homes, Parañaque likewise enhanced its image as a nextdoor family restaurant. In 2005 a branch was opened in the northern part of the metropolis at Fox Square Building, Connecticut St. Greenhills, San Juan. This was followed by another one in Serendra, at Fort Bonifacio, Makati. Recently,they opened their newest branch in Trinoma, North EDSA, Quezon City. CONTI’S serves clients in Metro Manila and nearby provinces. Kraft Phils., Sanofi,Astec, Integrated Microelectronics Inc., Avon Cosmetics Inc., Alcatel, EventCircuits Inc., Sara Lee, Bank of the Phil. Island (BPI) and Southridge Schoolare some of the big companies who avail of its catering services. Everydayhundreds of customers patronize its full service restaurants to try theirpopular dishes and cakes such as Baked Salmon, Beef Salpicao, Mango RoyaleSalad, Mango Bravo, Chicken Pie, Banana Cream Torte and Strawberry ShortCake.

The Sixteenth Session will be held on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 from 7:30 to10:00 am. Our venue for the Family Business Breakfast Roundtable will be Meeting Room 1, 2 & 3 Rockwell Leisure Club, Rockwell Center, Makati City. Registration fee is PhP700.00 inclusive of breakfast. Only a maximum of 50 participants will be accommodated.

For reservations, please contact:
Ms. Jen Mendoza at 928-3503, familybusiness@admu.edu.ph
Ms. Cristy Mandagan at 426-4691, cmandagan@ateneo.edu

You may also fax your completed registration form to 426-4691
We hope you can be a part of what will certainly be a fruitful and relevantdiscussion on sibling relationships in the Family Business.

Prof. Ricky H. Mercado
Director
Family Business Development Center

Prof. Terry L. Galura
Associate Director
Family Business Development Center