Filipino bet Louie Sangalang led Team Valor to victory in their business challenge, thanks to his knowledge and experience in dealing with the travel industry.
With two wins at hand as project manager, Sangalang continues to make his name known in the boardroom on a high note.
“The travel industry is actually something I’m quite familiar with in my role as the head of procurement. My company actually was in charge of putting in corporate travel,” said Sangalang.
Despite the difficult task and another hurdle in handling teammate Eugene Chung, Team Valor managed to pull through as ONE CEO Chatri Sityodtong and Everise CEO Sudhir Agarwal lauded the “Xpedition” pitch.
Even Sangalang’s teammates were all praises for their project manager.
“One thing that I was very impressed with the whole team worked very cohesively, how you married granular numbers down to the detail, every assumption and applying the value proposition, you nailed it,” said Sityodtong.
The ONE Championship chief added that Agarwal will be pitching Team Valor’s proposal to travel and insurance companies.
Meanwhile, after surviving the chopping block twice, Clinton Tudor of Team Conquest wasn’t spared this time.
“He (Chatri) did say he saw something in me. He said he’s seen a fire and determination that he really liked and I think I displayed that,” said Tudor. “I feel a sense of loss but also a sense of price because, you know, to make it halfway through this toughest Apprentice ever.”