Entrepreneurs to craft more responsive business plan

ENTREPRENEURS in Pangasinan will be invited to a series of consultation meetings and workshops for the crafting of an entrepreneurial plan that will be responsive to the business sector.

This was directed by the Provincial Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (PMSMED) Council which is set to convene and craft an entrepreneur plan that promises to be more responsive to the business sector.

Director Peter Mangabat of DTI-Pangasinan said every provincial MSMED in the country will conduct consultation meetings and workshops in support of the national MSMED Summit next month.

Mangabat said the issues, concerns and resolutions that will be generated from the provincial consultation and workshop will be consolidated and endorsed to the Regional MSMED Council for transmittal to the national council which will be taken into consideration in the drafting of the  MSMED plan 2017-2022.

“This is to ensure that the new MSMED plan is more inclusive and more responsive to the needs of the business sector,” he added. (VHS_PIA-Pangasinan) 

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