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DTI, DOST to expand MSME marketing via online store
by Press release

The Department of Trade and Industry will tie up with the Department of Science and Technology to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) expand their market and reach clients online through the OneSTore.ph.

The OneSTore.ph is a first government e-commerce platform (business–to-customer and business-to-business platform) dedicated to marketing high-quality Filipino products of MSMEs through the worldwide web.

Under the OneSTore.ph agreement, DTI will promote the oneSTore.ph to MSMEs through negosyo centers as a platform where they can market their products on-line.

At the same time, DTI will make negosyo centers accessible to clients of DOST and allow clients to display and dispatch their products with its payment and logistic partners in One Town One Product (OTOP) Philippines Hub Stores, subject to availability of space and to DTI priorities; and promote oneSTore and provide signage for the spaces provided for oneSTore.ph and oneSTore hub in every OTOP store identified as co-branded hub, among others.

The OTOP Philippines is DTI’s collaborative program with national government agencies and local government units  as a customized intervention to level up the products of various localities and drive inclusive local economic growth.

DOST, on the other hand, will develop and maintain oneSTore.ph where its accredited regional hubs and MSMEs may sell products and services to its clients and engage with payment and logistics partners and provide better oneSTore.ph services to its accredited Regional Hubs, MSMEs and its partner agencies.

DOST will also provide priority to jointly identified OTOP products for product development initiatives including improvements in packaging and labeling, subsidy or discounts in testing fees, equipment support such as the Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program or Setup, and strengthen research and development efforts.


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