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Around 500 existing and aspiring entrepreneurs from different parts of the province of Cavite flocked to SM City in Rosario, Cavite to attend Go Negosyo’s 3M on Wheels program on Saturday.
The mentees lined up early outside the venue to get much-needed advice from mentors on how to start their own business or improve their existing ones.
“Seeing the importance of mentoring to the success of our entrepreneurs, we have brought this event to Cavite to help existing and would-be entrepreneurs start or develop their own business,” Go Negosyo founder Joey Concepcion said.
“By providing them the right guidance and advice, we are confident that they can level up their businesses,” he added.
Go Negosyo mentor and former Senator Bam Aquino, author of the Go Negosyo Act, delivered the welcome remarks, mentioning the law’s benefits to existing and aspring entrepreneurs, like access to capital and market, and other forms of support.
“Since the enactment of the Go Negosyo Act in 2014, thousands of Negosyo Centers have been established in various parts of country, providing assistance to our micro, small and medium enterprises,” Aquino said.
Rosario Vice Mayor Joanne Michelle Gonzales and Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Region 4A OIC Assistant Regional Director Revelyn Cortez also delivered special messages to the attendees, underscoring the importance of mentoring in MSME development.
The Department of Agriculture, through Dr. Rolando Maningas, Center Director of Agriculture Training Institute-RTC Calabazon, revealed that the agency has several agri-business programs for MSMEs.
Namieh Oya, content creator and owner of cosmetics and wellness shop Namiroseus, shared her knowledge to the mentees on how to be their own brand’s influencer.