KAPATID MENTOR ME Program goes to Santiago City

Kapatid mentor meKAPATID MENTOR ME Program goes to Santiago City

Project KAPATID is an initiative of the DTI and the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (PCE) to help the country’s micro and small enterprises (MSEs) through three key components:

The Mentor ME (micro-entrepreneurs) program, a coaching and mentoring approach where large corporations teach MSEs on different aspects of business operations

The Adopt-an-SSF (Shared Service Facility) program, which aims to help micro-entrepreneurs by providing them access to SSFs in their community

The Inclusive Business (IB) model where MSEs are linked into large companies’ value chains

As per The Mentor ME program, it aims to

  • Help micro and small entrepreneurs scale up their enterprises
  • Spur economic activity and generate employment opportunities
  • Mainstream OTOPreneurs who are ready for business expansion

It features modules that shall subject the mentees to various business concepts and develop the acumen needed in scaling up and sustaining an enterprise:

  • The Entrepreneur, which discusses the mindset and values of a successful entrepreneur
  • The Enterprise, a seven-topic module covering the basic functional areas of an enterprise:
    • Product development
    • Marketing
    • Operations management
    • Accounting
    • Taxation
    • Finance
    • Obligations and contracts
  • Sustaining the Enterprise, a four-topic module which focuses on sustainability amidst growth:
    • HR management
    • Supply and value chain
    • Succession planning
    • Business plan development

KAPATID MENTOR ME Program goes to Santiago City giving chance to MSEs like My Aim’s Kitchen to develop their business. Winston Tan Singun Provincial Director of Department of Trade Industry gave all support and inspirational message during our graduation.

This KAPATID MENTOR ME Program trained and let My Aim’s Kitchen be boost sales. Resulting to recognition as a Top Grosser Creating business opportunity.

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