Quezon City News
QC empowers 621 entrepreneurs
Quezon City, Philippines - In a significant boost to local businesses, a total of 621 QCitizens received additional financial support for their entrepreneurial endeavors through the Pangkabuhayang QC program, a flagship initiative by the Quezon City Government.
Mayor Joy Belmonte, in her address, encouraged the program beneficiaries to officially register their businesses with the Business Permits and Licensing Department (BPLD). This step ensures their priority status for various programs and services tailored to support local entrepreneurs.
The Quezon City Government remains committed to guiding QCitizen entrepreneurs by offering training programs aimed at enhancing their business management skills. These initiatives are designed to help business owners operate their ventures more efficiently and effectively.
The Pangkabuhayang QC program operates in collaboration with several partners, including the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Go Negosyo, GCash, SariSuki, Enstack, Rebisco, Globe, and MERALCO. This strong partnership reflects the shared commitment to fostering entrepreneurship and economic growth within Quezon City.
The program's success underscores the local government's dedication to supporting small and medium-sized businesses, a critical component of the city's economic development strategy. Through the Pangkabuhayang QC initiative, Quezon City continues to empower entrepreneurs, promote economic resilience, and contribute to the city's overall prosperity.
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