|DTI-3 RD Judith P. Angeles (2nd R)and Pampanga MSMEDC Chair Teresa D. Carlos (2nd L)led the ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the Floridablanca Negosyo Center, together with DTI Pampanga OIC Director Elenita R. Ordonio (right) and Veronica Pineda (3rd R), LGU Floridablanca PESO Manager.|
The municipal government of Floridablanca hosted the opening of the 12th Negosyo Center to be established in Pampanga on March 26, 2018. In simple rites held at the Municipal Hall, the Department of Trade and Industry, in partnership with the Pampanga MSME Development Council (MSMEDC) and the LGU of Floridablanca, officially opened the latest Negosyo Center in the province.
Teresa Carlos, Chairman of the Pampanga MSMEDC and President of Bank of Florida, positively noted the importance of the public-private partnership institutionalized through the establishment of the center in many LGUs in the province. She noted that her co-members in the MSMEDC and the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce fully support the initiatives of the government through the DTI to enhance livelihood and job generation through the activities of the micro and small enterprises sector. DTI Pampanga OIC Provincial Director Elenita R. Ordonio explained the services that will be provided by the Negosyo Center as mandated by RA10644 or the Go Negosyo Act.
DTI-3 Regional Director Judith P. Angeles led the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Negosyo Center together with officials of the municipal government and members of the MSMEDC. Director Angeles expressed her optimism on the business climate of Floridablanca, as she noted that the municipality has many resources and growing industries like Aluminum ware and Sampaguita. She also emphasized the importance of having a ready Trade and Industry Plan and database on the cost of doing business in a locality. She noted that investors ask data when they express their interest in investing in a potential area, like Floridablanca.
The venue of the Negosyo Center is strategically located in the commercial area of the municipality. The center will provide business advisory services, training, business name registration assistance, registration for Barangay Micro Business Enterprises. It will also serve as an OFW Assistance Desk, display center, database center and venue for market matching activity.♦
|DTI-3 RD Judith P. Angeles and PSMEDC Chair Teresa D. Carlos lead the ceremonial unveiling of the curtain for the opening of the Floridablanca Negosyo Center. LGU and DTI officials are also present in the event.|