DTI-REGION 3 MSME SUCCESS STORIES

    “This project is the one closest to my heart, because this miracle green saved the life of Sally, the wife of the Governor of Zambales, who happens to be my mother.” With teary eyes, Atty. Izelle Iamly P. Deloso, the Provincial Administrator (PA) of Zambales and daughter of
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Chicharon, commonly known as bagnet and the longanisa “ala Vigan,” are two among the well - known products of San Felipe, Zambales.  Locals and tourists just love the taste that they usually come early at the San Felipe Public Market to bring home these products.    With the aim of
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  Encouraging entrepreneurship has been advocated as the most promising avenue for economic development of Indigenous communities in Zambales. Unfortunately, the number of indigenous people engaged in small business in Zambales is quite low.   Indigenous entrepreneurs face a number of barriers in the development of their businesses such as
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Darylle Dash Farm started in year 2010 and registered under the name FARIN FARM. It is owned by Darwin Farin. The enterprise has a one hectare land dedicated to semi-organic farming and has an initial working capital of P10,000.   Its products were sold to the public markets of San Narciso
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  Sales go up and down, but service stays forever. It never ceases to amaze me how much time people waste searching endlessly for magic shortcuts to entrepreneurial success and fulfillment, when the only real path is staring them right in the face - real entrepreneurs who start real businesses
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A picture of a courageous woman, Myla Sutherland journeyed from being an OFW in several countries to be an entrepreneur in her home town.  Hardwork and perseverance were her important capital.   She started working abroad in Malaysia in 1995 as a singer, then moved to Bahrain in 1999.  While
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The ASGAIC is a very aggressive and result-oriented cooperative with its center of operation at Barangay. Amucao in the eastern edge of Tarlac City. They have an existing office and warehouse buildings. They also have mechanized farm equipment. While the cooperative is focused on agriculture, the livelihood of its immediate
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Sometime in December 2002, couple Glenn and Bles Pascual filed an application for a business name at the DTI office, an act which started the ball rolling for the establishment of a then non-descript company which was called woodinspirations.   They started out small-- armed with a minimal capital, a
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Looking back at her humble beginnings, Teresita “Thess” Cordoba, owner of HRTC Food Ventures, used to sell beauty products through direct selling. She also went into selling fruits and vegetables in her barangay usirg her tri-bike as her rolling store.  All these businesses, however,  did not prosper because she allowed
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Sta. Juliana and its neighboring barangays, namely, Sta. Lucia, Cristo Rey, Patling, and Bueno, were known to be the haven of the New People’s Army in the past. Back then, people were afraid to roam the streets for fear of being killed during crossfires between the government forces and the
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