SURIGAO CITY, Surigao del Norte, Sept. 27 (PIA) – Micro entrepreneurs are step closer to achieving better business performance with the help of local stakeholders in government and private institutions as the Kapatid Mentor ME (KKME) program rolls towards its 2nd Batch in the province on September 14, 2018 at Hotel Tavern, this city.
Around 91 micro-enterprises gathered and participated the lectures of Module 1: Entrepreneurial Mindsetting and Values Formation and Module 2: Marketing which were discussed by Armando “Butz” O. Bartolome, President of GMB Franchise Developers, Inc. and John Paul “PJ” P. Lanot, President of Pino Groups of Restaurant, respectively.
During the lecture, Bartolome shared his experiences and entrepreneurial journey in attaining business success. With it and emphasized that having good values will contribute to success in business.
Meanwhile, on Module 2, Pino Groups of Restaurants President John Paul “PJ” Lanot discussed the dynamics of marketing which can help build up brands for customers to remember.
The KKME Program is an initiative of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), in partnership with the Philippine Center of Entrepreneurship (PCE) in support for the country’s MSMEs.
The program is composed of lecture and mentoring sessions. In a span of 10 weeks, the lecture sessions will help the mentees with the technical concepts in developing their businesses. These sessions cover one module per week. The mentors of the program are experts in the field of entrepreneurship and are certified PCE members. (DTI-SDN/PIA-Surigao del Norte)
Source: PIA Feed