Issue of May 12, 2019
Mt. Province

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Local traders benefit from Negosyo Center
by PIO release

The chair of the city council committee on market, trade, commerce, and agriculture said that thousands of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the city have availed themselves of the services provided by the Negosyo Center at the one-stop shop at City Hall.

Councilor Leandro B. Yangot, Jr. said many local entrepreneurs improved their businesses because of the various interventions provided by the Negosyo Center through its business advisers.

“We learned that many of our micro and small entrepreneurs were able to improve the status of their business operations through the assistance of the Negosyo Center, which linked them to the concerned government agencies that provided them programs, especially those located in the different barangays of the city,” Yangot said.

Earlier, the local government entered into a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Trade and Industry-Cordillera for the latter to put up the Negosyo Center at City Hall to cater to the inquires of local entrepreneurs on how to improve their businesses, among other concerns ranging from their operations to expansion and the acquisition of financial and technical support from private and public institutions.

Yangot said that the services provided by the Negosyo Center, especially in linking local entrepreneurs with different public and private institutions, greatly contributed in improving the business atmosphere even in the barangay level where the improved marketing and packaging of locally produced products have translated to the improved economy of the city.

He said with the improving business climate in the city, many entrepreneurs are enticed to expand their businesses.

The Negosyo Center at the City Hall was an offshoot of a city council resolution that requested the DTI-Cordillera to work out the establishment of the center in the local government to help in cascading to the grassroots level important services to improve the city’s business climate.

The local government continues to support the Negosyo Center by assigning personnel who will help DTI staff members to cater to the increasing number of inquiries.

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