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Country Chair: Benedict Carandang

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Benedict Carandang

Country Chair For The Philippines

Benedict Carandang is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Tuldok Animation Studios. Previously, he was an entrepreneurship consultant for content development at the Commission on Information and Communications Technology under the Office of the President of the Philippines. Carandang is a Chevening Scholar, pursuing his MBA at the University of Westminster. He graduated with a BS in Applied Economics and Management of Financial Institutions from De La Salle University in Manila.

Carandang was the recipient of the British Council’s International Young Creative Entrepreneur in 2008 and a finalist in the UK Competition. The Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship honoured him as “One of the Most Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs for 2009” and featured him in its book “50 Most Inspiring Stories of Young Entrepreneurs” in 2011. He is also a London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremonies Volunteer Performer.