CSF Strengthens Women Entrepreneurship [ Thursday, 18th of April 2019 | 1 year ago ]
Aspirant small, micro, and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) in the City of San Fernando (P) were given an opportunity to know how to start their businesses during the “Go Nego Kabuhayan Package Seminar” on April 16, 2019 at the Mini Convention Center, Heroes Hall.
This was made possible through the initiatives of the Gender and Development under the livelihood training and assistance program in support of the City Investment Promotion Office (CIPO) and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI-Pampanga).
Members and leaders of 35 ‘Barangay Womens’ Organization’ in the capital city learned the process on how to start a small business and the concept of entrepreneurship, given by DTI Provincial Director Elenita Ordonio and CIPO-OIC Engr. Remedios Agoncillo.
San Fernando, being a “Business Friendly City,” is steadfast in promoting entrepreneurship to every sector, as it also provides different investment trainings, as part of its advocacy to engage everyone in the business industry towards development.
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