5,770 individuals benefit from DTI Mentoring Program


Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship otherwise known as Go Negosyo holds a free one-on-one Negosyo mentorship during the National MSME Summit 2018 held at the ASEAN Convention Center, Clark Freeport Zone. Go Negosyo has been a partner of Department of Trade and Industry in its Kapatid Mentor Me Program. (Mar Jay S. Delas Alas/PIA 3)

CLARK FREEPORT ZONE, Pampanga, July 13 (PIA) — About 5,770 individuals benefitted from the Kapatid Mentor Me Program of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

“Attendees include those with existing businesses and prospective businesses alike,” DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez said during the National MSME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) Summit 2018.

Lopez added that 2,600 already graduated from the program with 121 batches covering 88 provinces and highly urbanized cities.

Kapatid Mentor Me Program is a capability-building program of DTI undertaken with the support of the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship otherwise known as Go Negosyo, which is under the leadership of Presidential Adviser Joey Concepcion.

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The program aims to scale up the knowledge and skills of MSMEs not only in production but also in the different aspects of business including Business Model Canvass, Product Development/Innovation, Human Resources, Operation/Production Management, Financial Management, Obligations and Contract/Business Law, Supply Value Chain, Taxation and Business Plan Preparation. (CLJD/MJLS-PIA 3)

Source: PIA Feed