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Seminar set for
‘Yolanda'hit MSMEs
BY KARLA PANGANIBAN

An entrepreneurship seminar for Yolanda-affected micro, small and medium enterprises is set today in Victorias City for the recovery and rehabilitation of their business.

The project is being initiated by the Department of Trade and Industry in coordination with Victorias City that aims to bring survivors back to pre-Yolanda status in business,  Rommel Amihan, Senior Trade and Industry Development Specialist, said yesterday.

The 35 participants will be taught how to run a successful business, its benefits, advantages, pitfalls to avoid, and given tips for avoiding bankruptcy, he said.

DTI and its partners have already been giving support to the affected areas, including the provision of livelihood kits in the past two years, he added.

He said the seminar is for free and will accommodate all interested individuals. *KDP

 

 

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