Antique naglunsad kang programa nga 'Kapatid Mentor Me'

  • May 19, 2017
  • Pilar S. Mabaquiao

SAN JOSE, Antique,  (PIA6) - - Ang Department of Trade and Industry naglunsad kang Mierkoles kang programa nga Kapatid Mentor Me program sa Antique para mabuligan ang mga maintok kag lokal nga negosyante nga mapasanyog ang andang negosyo paagi sa pagtudlo kang mga madinalag-un nga negosyante halin sa iba nga parte kang pungsod.

Masobra sa 100 ka mga katawhan ang nagtambong kang programa sa The Venue, San Jose para magpamati sa istorya kang madinalag-un nga negosyante nga amo sanday Kapatid Mentor Jean Cash Uvero kag Enrique Pablo Caeg tanan meimbro kang Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship halin sa Manila.

Si Regional Director Rebecca Rascon kang DTI6 ngahambal nga ang Kapatid Mentor Me Program makabulig kang bahol sa mga ‘Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises’ (MSMEs) paagi sa pagtudlo kang pareho nanda nga negosyante kun sa diin sanda magatapos kang 11 ka pagtulun-an (module).

Dya sangka tingub nga lihuk kang Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, Go Negosyo kag DTI nga may ‘slogan’ “Kapatid Angat Lahat” nga nagata-o kang importansya sa pagpabahul nga negosyo kang mga MSMEs paagi sa entra sa ‘value chain,’ hambal ni Paul Anthony de Guzman, PCE Kapatid Mentor.

Sa Antique may 20 MSMEs para sa una nga grupo kang ‘mentoring’. May mga lokal man nga mentor nga ginpili ang DTI.

Ginpanugyan ni Rascon ang mga lokal nga negosyante nga benepisyaryo kang amo nga programa ang indi gin mag-absent sa klase kag panginpuslan ang amo nga paghanas tungod sa katapusan nga nanda nga pagtolon-an sanda magahimo kang ‘Business Improvement Plan’ antes ang anda gradwasyon.

Si Provincial Director Mercy Young kang DTI Antique nagpasalamt sa nga lokal nga opisyales, ahensya kang gobyerno kag mga negosyante sa andang supporta sa Kapatid Mentor Me program. (JSC/PSM/PIA6 Antique)

Antique launches Kapatid Mentor Me

By: Pilar S. Antique

SAN JOSE, Antique, May 17 (PIA6) - - The Department of Trade and Industry launched on Wednesday the Kapatid Mentor Me program in Antique to help local entrepreneurs grow with the support of successful businesses from other parts of the country.

More than one hundred local entrepreneurs gathered at The Venue in San Jose to hear the success stories shared by their Kapatid Mentor Jean Cash Uvero and Enrique Pablo Caeg, both successful business owners from Manila and members of Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship.

Regional Director Rebecca Rascon of DTI-6 said Kapatid Mentor Me Program is a big help to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises for they will learn from the strategies of successful businesses through the process of mentoring with 11 modules to be completed.

This is a collective undertaking of Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship, Go Negosyo and DTI with the slogan “Kapatid Angat Lahat”, giving emphasis on helping MSMEs grow and be part of the value chain, said Paul Anthony de Guzman, PCE Kapatid Mentor.

In Antique 20 MSMEs are selected to join the first batch of mentoring process that will complete the modules. There are also local mentors identified by DTI who are also successful in their business endeavors.

Rascon emphasized to the mentees to take advantage of the program and never be absent during the session. Towards the end of the module, the mentees will formulate the Business Improvement Plan, prior to their graduation.

Provincial Director Mercy Young of DTI Antique thanked the local officials, agencies of government and local entrepreneurs for their support and positive response to Kapatid Mentor Me program. (JSC/PSM/PIA6 Antique)

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