Issue of December 3, 2017

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Micro–businesses to join nat’l trade fair
by Hanna C. Lacsamana

Twenty four micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) from the Cordillera will be joining the Sikat Pinoy National Trade Fair (NTF) which will be held from Dec. 6 to 10 at the SM Megatrade Hall in Mandaluyong City.

From Abra, the following are set to display their crafts and products at the NTF; Carlo’s Bamboocrafts, Furniture and Furnishings, F. Barcena’s Bamboocrafts, A. Biares Furniture, Balbin’s Furniture and Enterprises and Bulbulala Farmers and Loomweavers Association.

For Baguio City and Benguet, the Apugan Sto. Tomas Women’s Organization, Lee-Ann’s Knit Wear, Mayat-An Handicrafts, Highland Women’s MPC, Narda’s Handwoven Arts and Crafts Inc., Natural Metaphors, Kerobee Farms and Jason’s Homemade Products.

Also participating for Ifugao are Kenro Boutique, Banaue Loomweaving, Watzy Antiques and Furniture Shop, Mary Ann’s Souvenirs and Gift Shop, Classic Handicrafts and Furniture, Shanon’s Gift Shop and Bongtiwon’s Farm Hand Tools Manufacturing. The Kalinga exhibitors are Kinwa Etnika Handicrafts, V.B.S. Food Products and Shaquil Food Products.

This year’s NTF will focus on the One Town One Product in a renewed concept of promoting the manufacture of gifts, houseware and decor, wearables, fashion accessories, furniture and furnishings, household linen, corporate give-aways, processed food, and health and wellness products.

The NTF is organized by the Department of Trade and Industry through the Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion in cooperation with the DTI’s regional and provincial offices.

A day before the NTF, cooperators under DTI-CAR’s Shared Services Facilities Project will attend the SSF summit at the Philippine Trade Training Center together with DTI personnel.

The SSF is one of DTI’s programs which aims to increase the productivity and improving the competitiveness of MSMEs by providing them with machinery, equipment, and tools under a shared system.

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Department of Tourism – CAR
University of Baguio
Venus Parkview Hotel

Congressman Mark O. Go
Department of Health – CAR
Kings College of the Philippines
Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company
Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan
Narda’s Handwoven Arts & Crafts Inc.
Philex Mining Corporation
Pines City Colleges
Province of Benguet
Sangguniang Panlungsod
SM City Baguio
Social Security System

Assumption Medical Diagnostic Center
Baguio Center Mall
Baguio Central University
Baguio Heart and Lung Diagnostic Center Inc.
Baguio Memorial Chapels Incorporated
Baguio Water District
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources – CAR
C & Triple A Supermart
Congressman Ronald M. Cosalan
Curamed Pharmacy
Data Center College of the Philippines of Baguio City Inc.
Department of Agriculture – CAR
Department of Environment and Natural Resources – CAR
Department of Trade and Industry – CAR
Department of Transportation – CAR
Easter College Incorporated
Fabulo Beauty and Image Salon
Fast East Pacific Commercial
Filipino–Japanese Friendship Association of Northern Luzon, Inc.
GMS Technology
Immigration Network Services, Inc.
La Funeraria Paz, Inc.
Mayor Romeo K. Salda
MMS Development Training Center Corporation
Mother Earth Deli Basket
National Economic & Development Authority–CAR
Overseas Workers Welfare Administration
Philippine Science High School – CARC
R.A. Gapuz Review Center
Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board – CAR
Solibao – Ganza Restaurant
Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

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