Issue of February 11, 2018
     
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MSME tutorials to be held in CAR
by Art Tibaldo

The Department of Trade and Industry will reach out to micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs in the different provinces in a coaching program initiated under the Go-Negosyo program.

The Kapatid Mentor Me, a 10-module Business Plan-making series for selected MSMEs, is done in partnership with different government institutions, private sectors, and organizations that have the ability to provide mentorships to budding entrepreneurs.

The program was introduced in 2016 in Baguio City and rolled out in the Cordillera provinces in 2017. 

This year, the program will have two runs in Abra, Benguet, Ifugao, Mountain Province, and Baguio City. 

For the first run, “Entrepreneurial Mind-setting, Value Formation, and Marketing” will be discussed in Ifugao on Feb. 13, Mountain Province on the 15th, Kalinga on the 21st, Apayao on the 22nd, Baguio on the 26th, and Benguet on the 27th.

The “Business Model Canvass” will be discussed to MSMEs in Ifugao on Feb. 21, Mountain Province on the 23rd, Kalinga on the 28th, Baguio City on March 5, Benguet on March 6, and Abra on March 7.

Other topics are “Product Development, “Operations Management,” “Supply and Value Chain,” “Human Resource Management,” “Entrepreneurial Accounting and Financial,” “Taxation,” and “Business Law.”

The other coaching schedule for the rest of the year will be posted at DTI-CAR’s social media page, www.facebook.com/DTI.Cordillera.

Only 20 participants will be accommodated per run. They will graduate from the program after the Business Improvement Plan presentation.

Participants must be at least 18 years of age, must have complete business registration documents, business must be in operation for at least one year, must secure a recommendation letter from the program partners and willing to attend the 12 weekly sessions as set by the program. They must also have  a  penchant for learning and continuous growth.

For more information, interested applicants may visit the DTI regional and provincial offices.


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