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Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Fred Pascual recognized the significant role of robust public and private partnerships in propelling the country’s automotive industry during the ceremonial turnover of Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation’s (TMP) presidency on 20 February 2024. He also recognized TMP and the broader automotive industry’s contributionRead more.
QUEZON CITY – The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) officially announced its stellar lineup of startups and enterprises for the Incubation, Development, and Entrepreneurial Assistance (IDEA) and Accelerating Development, Valuation, and Corporate Entrepreneurship (ADVanCE) for Creatives programs last 19 February 2024 at the Launchgarage Innovation Hub, Quezon City. TheseRead more.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has engaged with the Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP) in raising awareness on the harmful effects of vape on minors, including the illegal sale of the product. The engagement covers the launch of a communication campaign on the barangay level,Read more.
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In the heart of Cawit in Boac, Marinduque, a remarkable enterprise was born in 1965. Romeo Mangaring Lumawig, a renowned lepidopterist saw the untapped potential of butterfly handcrafting and set out to create a unique industry. His dedication to building the most significant butterfly collection in the Philippines pioneered theRead more.
Meldan Sari-sari Store “What you sow, you will reap,” - the ever-famous line that Mila De Leon Bunuan, owner of Meldan Sari-sari Store, can relate to. Mila worked as a domestic helper abroad for eight years, and after her last contract, she returned to the life she was used toRead more.
HANDMADE MAKES ENTREP WELL-MADE Not everyone is given the chance to turn his or her passion into profit. Lolita “Luchi” Cabanlet is one of those who have successfully turned something she loves into something profitable. Luchi has always been interested in handicrafts. She started from scratch—quite literally. Scratch papers wereRead more.
BOTTLING BOUNTY OF THE SEA In Butuan City, small-scale fisherfolks are no stranger to days when they would go home with almost empty nets. On slow days, they would typically often bring home bangus or milkfish fingerlings which are sold on a low price in the market. Despite their hardRead more.
Do you still remember the first time you smelled the oozing aroma of coffee? The mixture of bittersweet yet comforting feelings that probably gets you excited every time you wake up or take a break from your usual 8 to 5 routine. The familiarity that lingers ever so delicately, youRead more.