Freebie: Over 30 free seminars to fire up your entrepreneurial spirit

July 5, 2011 at 5:00 pm Advice, Freebies

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Budding entrepreneurs, check out these free seminars by our Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). DTI wants to boost the small-medium enterprises (SME) in the Philippines and they hold free seminars to encourage people to open or boost SMEs. The seminars will be from July 8 to 9 at the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) in Roxas Boulevard, Manila.

Seminar schedule

Free entrepreneurship program offered by the DTI – Bureau of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development (DTI-BMSMED)

July 8 – Morning Session
How to be an Entrepreneur
Barangay Micro Business Enterprise (BMBE) Law
Awareness on Product Standards Law
Consumer Rights and Protection
How to Acquire a BFAD Certificate

July 8 – Afternoon Session
Integrated Business Licensing
Orientation on HALAL Certification
Orientation on the Cleaner Production for Small Business
Packaging Design and Labeling
Product Design Awareness
Orientation on Registering for Patents, Trademarks and Trade Names

Free business management and skills demonstration sessions offered by the PTTC

July 8
Basic Hilot
E-marketing – Setting up a Webstore
How to Set up a Laundry Business
Perfume and Cologne Making
Exploring Business Opportunities in Kosher Markets
Herbal-Soap Making
Meat Processing 1 & 2
Basic Beadworks
Laundry and Cleaning Aids
Gift-wrapping

July 9
Basic Photography
Flip-flops Making
Managing a Money Changer Shop
Financing and Lending Programs
How to Start a Business
Food Safety
Siopao- and Dimsum Making
No-bake Cakes
Polvoron and Pastillas Making
Buying a Franchise
Apartment/Commercial Stall Rental Business
Perfume and Cologne Making
Advanced Beadworks
Cleaning Aids 2
Flowers and Balloon Arrangement
How to Make Empanada and Pizza Rolls

Participants to the free entrepreneurship training programs will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. For more information, please call DTI-BMSMED at telephone numbers (632) 897-1693 or (632) 751-5076, and PTTC at telephone numbers (632) 468-8962 to 70 or click here for the SME Bulletin.

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