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Go Negosyo and motorcycle-hailing app Angkas have entered into a partnership that will pave the way for more opportunities for Filipinos, including motorcycle riders, to become nanopreneurs.
Joey Concepcion, Go Negosyo founder, and Angkas chief executive officer George Royeca, forged the agreement following a recent meeting.
“The agreement with Angkas will not only empower Go Negosyo to further promote entrepreneurship but is also a major piece in having more jobs available for Filipinos,” Concepcion said.
“Through this, we can also help the administration of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. create fresh employment opportunities for Filipino nanopreneurs and further boost the country’s economy,” he added.
Royeca, for his part, said the partnership with Go Negosyo will be a big boost to the motorcycle-hailing app’s goal of creating one million jobs in three years.
Part of the Private Sector Advisory Council (PSAC) Jobs Sector group’s recommendation to the President is to establish a Motorcycle Micro Business Program to fast-track the development and empowerment of motorcycle “nano-preneurs.”
The program aims to provide mentorship on entrepreneurship to Angkas riders and their families to help augment their income by starting their own business that will supplement their income for the needs of their families.
As lead of the PSAC Jobs Sector Group, Concepcion recently presented the Motorcycle Micro Business Program to President Marcos during a meeting in Malacanang.
Various government agencies, including the Department of Transportation, expressed full support for the program.