As part of government’s advocacy programs to assist Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), the Department of Trade and Industry - Guimaras Provincial Office will conduct a monthly Entrepreneurship Seminar for OFW clients.
The seminar will be conducted every second Tuesday of every month, which will aid OFWs or their family in setting up a business.
Four OFWs from Hong Kong, Kuwait, Singapore and Brunei attended the briefing at the DTI Guimaras Provincial Office last June 13, 2018.
Information on how to start a business, qualities of being an entrepreneur and the necessary licenses/permits needed in starting a business were discussed during the briefing.
To date, a total of 39 OFWs attended the Entrepreneurship Seminar given by DTI Guimaras.
For more information on this activity, interested OFWs may contact DTI Guimaras Provincial Office and look for Marry Joy Gelanan or Henerose Galanto at mobile number 0917-6263403 or (033) 581-2119.♦
Date of release: 19 June 2018
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