PROSPERIDAD, Agusan del Sur, Aug. 10 - Rounding up the Kapatid Mentor Me (KMME) set of 10 business modules, which started with entrepreneurial mindsetting is the Business Law/Basic Contract and Obligations done for the Agusan del Sur mentees just recently.
The session handled by Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) Angelpreneur Atty. Ronald Solis gave the mentees knowledge on the existing business laws in the Philippines which are important while operating a business: how to form, run/manage, close or sell one.
The 25 mentees (pre-selected micro and small entrepreneurs) were given techniques on how to address legal problems that they may encounter in the course of running their businesses.
Dina Pantaleon, one of the mentees said she was “thankful for the inputs which were discussed so well."
Pantaleon also shared that she appreciated the firm reminder to read and understand the content of any contract first before signing and that the any contract in business should be fair for both parties.
Meanwhile, Atty. Solis encouraged the mentees to pursue their business goals and said he is ready to help with his continuing commitment to the KMME.
The business law session was held at the Provincial Learning Center, Gov. D.O. Plaza Government Center, Prosperidad, this province. This is the last module that the mentees have to complete in order to graduate from the KMME program. (DTI-Agusan del Sur/PIA-Agusan del Sur)