Issue of June 11, 2017
     
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Ifugao opens 4th Negosyo Center
by PIA–Ifugao

KIANGAN, Ifugao – The Department of Trade and Industry in the province has opened a Negosyo Center recently to give a boost to existing micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and would-be entrepreneurs in the area.

Provincial Director Valentin A. Baguidudol said the Negosyo Center is the fourth to be established in the province.  The others are in Alfonso Lista, Banaue, and Lagawe.

Negosyo Center services include the provision of business registration assistance, business advisory services, and business information and advocacy. It also monitors and recommends business-process improvement for MSMEs and establishes a feedback mechanism among entrepreneurs in the area.

Mayor Joselito G. Guyguyon assured the counterpart of the local government to the Negosyo Center. Aside from providing the center a space, the LGU would designate a staff to complement the center’s business counselor assigned in the center.

Guyguyon stressed the need to provide entrepreneurial trainings and product development assistance to entrepreneurs in Kiangan to improve the quality of their products and services.

“With the opening of the Clark-Bagabag airport, the province would be expecting an upsurge in tourist arrivals. This latest development in the tourism industry would be a boost to the local economy,” Guyguyon said.

Councilor Gemma A. Dimog, chair of the committee on trade and industry lauded the DTI for bringing the Negosyo Center to Kiangan.

“The Negosyo Center would spur business growth and tourism in the locality, and will increase the revenues of the private sector that, ultimately, will augment the LGU’s internal revenue allotment,” Dimog said.

The Go Negosyo Act of 2014 supports national development, promotes inclusive growth and poverty reduction by encouraging the establishment of MSMEs that facilitate the creation of more job opportunities, production, and trade.


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