Filipino News: 21 na MSME sasali sa 2017 Treasures of SOX Trade Expo

  • March 15, 2017

KORONADAL CITY, South Cotabato, Mar15 (PIA) – May kabuuang dalawampu’t-isang micro, small and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs) ang lalahok sa gaganaping  2nd Treasures of SOX: Travel and Trade Fair sa Abril 3 hanggang 7 sa Glorietta Mall, Makati City.


Sa ginanap na pinal na pagpupulong para sa Treasures of SOX na pinangunahan ni Tourism 12 Regional Director Nelly Dillera, ini-ulat ni Supervising Trade and Industry Specialist Ma. Theresa Chua ng Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) 12 na ang mga nasabing kompanya ay kinabibilangan ng Kablon, TNFC, South Valley, Manas, Kalangan, Klowil, Kayaman ni Juan, K’datu, Don Bosco, Coffee and Muscovado, 3 Dells/Jiffy, Great Women, United Maligang/Cresing’s, Alice’s Best, MAGIRCO, Danlag Women’s Association, Rosechie, RDEX, Lola Aling’s at Sweet Palms.


Mga produktong galing at gawa sa SOCCSKSARGEN ang itatampok ng mga nabanggit na MSME sa isang linggong trade fair sa Glorietta Mall.


Pagtutulungan ng mga ahensiya ng Department of Tourism, Department of Agriculture, Department of Trade and Industry at Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources ang pagpapakila sa mga producktong pang-turismo, pang-agrikultura at aqua-marine na likas sa SOCCSKSARGEN.


Inaasahan ng mga stakeholders na makapaglikom ng mahigit P30M na investment, booked orders, cash sales para sa mga produktong SOCCSKSARGEN sa nasabing travel and trade expo. (SMFernandez/AC Agad PIA12)

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