DTI opens 5th Negosyo Center in Kalinga

PINUKPUK, Kalinga, Nov. 10 (PIA) -- The Department of Trade and Industry opened here the fifth Negosyo Center in the province.

 

DTI-Cordillera Director Myrna P. Pablo, who led the opening, said the center is established for small entrepreneurs interested to open their enterprise in the locality.

As contained in the Negosyo Act, government promotes small business that would usher sources of income and employment in the grassroots to help push economic growth.

Interested business applicants can directly seek advice at the center on matters of business application requirements, credit sources and other related needs in business operation, she said.

Mayor Irving Dasayon pledged full support to the project which he said would help advance local economy.    

Meanwhile, Acting Governor James Edduba sees the center as catalyst of economic change with business creating opportunities for employment, income and revenue for the government.

Together with the line agencies, the provincial government is bent to leading the province on the track to progress, which is the top agenda of the present administration, he said.    

The other Negosyo Centers are established at the DTI provincial office, Tabuk City Hall,   Rizal town and in Balbalan. (LL-PIA CAR, Kalinga)

 

EL Kikasa

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