DTI Holds Capacity Building cum Product Development Training-Seminar

jptagoc · June 28th, 2019

To train small and growing entrepreneurs, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) cosponsored by Cagayan State University – Sanchez Mira (CSU-SM), held a two-day Capacity Building cum Product Development Training-Seminar at CSU-SM administration’s conference hall, November 22-23. The said training-seminar, was attended by select faculty and staff of the university and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) students, and other community entrepreneurs from the municipalities of Sanchez Mira and Pamplona facilitated by Mr. Renmark Marcelo, Dr. Leonardo P. Urata, and other DTI personnel. In the first day of the seminar-training, the background of Shared Service Facility program (SSF) of DTI was presented by Dr. Urata followed by the Lecture on Product Development and One-on-One Product Development Consultation by Mr. Marcelo. The second day started through Dr. Urata’s lecture on Effective Enterprise Management done by a Game (Dart Exercise) in which the Mechanics/ Requirements on Business Management were tackled to Form/Organize the Business, Generate Funds/Capital, Register/ Make the Business Legal, Staff personnel Trainings, Purchase Fixed Assets, Operate the Business (Four Operating Cycles), and Evaluate/Process Business Operation. After which, the continuation on One-on-One Product Simulated Business Exercise preceded. The said Shared Service Facilities (SSF) project aims to improve the quality and productivity of microenterprises and Small Medium Enterprise (SMEs) by addressing the gaps and bottlenecks in the value chain of priority industry clusters through the provision of processing machines/equipments for the common use of the Microenterprises and SMEs within the said industry clusters all over the country. The project envisions that it will benefit the most number of existing Microenterprises and SMEs in the priority industry clusters within the poorest 609 municipalities. The SSF is a Public-Private Partnership initiative which will be implemented through private sector partners who can provide sustainable facilities to house the machines/ equipments.