Over 100,000 micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) owners and employees have received the digital skills training at the Google and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) MSME Caravan Mondays, paving the way for Filipino entrepreneurs to upgrade their business savvy.
Filipino small business owners and industry experts in e-commerce, e-finance, virtual offices, human resource tools, travel, edutech, and many more, have come together for the talks of the Philippines’ biggest virtual business Expo for SMEs, start-ups, and entrepreneurs which wraps up its second virtual edition on March 18.
Woman entrepreneur-led Bestfriend Goodies has successfully pivoted from a pre-pandemic focus on pasalubong products to adopt ready-to-eat technologies and is now helping housewives earn extra income.
Three Filipina e-commerce entrepreneurs from local businesses Lucky HR, Papemelroti, and Sundals have bagged top honors in the second edition of the Lazada Forward Women Awards.
Check out these unique and proudly Filipino-made products that will make great gifts for your loved ones this Christmas while supporting small businesses and local artisans in the Philippines.
Filipino entrepreneurs are growing their business with the help of foodpanda delivery services.
One hundred small business owners have been invited to set up shop in SM Supermalls' The SM StartUp Package for aspiring Filipino entrepreneurs.
Filipino entrepreneurs are getting help to upgrade their businesses with the help of the Department of Science and Technology-National Capital Region Small Enterprise Technology Upgrading Program (DOST-NCR SETUP) e-Caravan which kicked off the first week of October 2021.
Four Filipino startup companies have landed on Forbes Asia's inaugural "100 to Watch" list, which comprises notable small companies and startups in the Asia-Pacific.
Thirty-two returning Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) from the Caraga region are starting technology-based businesses in their provinces with the assistance of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).
Seventeen MSMEs in the Municipality of Ibaan, Batangas are now ready to improve their products’ packaging and label designs that are compliant with mandatory requirements and standards they learned from the Department and Science and Technology (DOST).
Inabel face masks distributor Regina Escolin of Kanami Supplies (Quezon City), Arnie Cotecson of White Beard Coffee (Siargao), and Dalareich Polot of Dalareich Chocolate House (Bohol) shared their respective stories of hope via a short YouTube video to inspire other entrepreneurs coping with the challenges of the ongoing pandemic.
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