Josh Mojica, the Cavite-based teen kangkong chips entrepreneur, is getting help from experts on how to market his products abroad.
Go Negosyo, an advocacy that promotes entrepreneurship, agreed to help 17-year-old Josh on the matter, after Sen. Panfilo “Ping” M. Lacson asked for their help.
“Mr. Joey, Mr. Elmer, baka pwede nating tulungan ang bata kasi napakalaki ng kanyang potential (Mr. Joey, Mr. Elmer, maybe we can help Josh because he has great potential),” Lacson told Go Negosyo founder Joey Concepcion and mentor Elmer Relente during the “Kandidatalks” program aired Wednesday on One PH.
Sa halip na magkaroon ng samu’t saring assistance package mula sa iba’t ibang ahensya ng gobyerno para sa micro-, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), bakit hindi nalang ipunin ang pondo at ilagay sa isang financing facility?
Para kay Senador Ping Lacson, mas magiging madali ito para sa MSMEs na mabigyan ng sapat na tulong lalo na sa mga negosyong naapektuhan ng pandemya, tensyon sa Ukraine, climate change at iba pang kalamidad.
Sinabi ni Lacson na ito ang plano nilang gawin ni Senate President Tito Sotto sakaling sila ay mahalal bilang bagong lider ng bansa.
Instead of several government agencies offering various assistance packages to micro-, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) badly hit by the pandemic, why not pool their funds into one financing facility?
Sen. Panfilo “Ping” M. Lacson said this would make it easier for MSMEs to seek assistance, whether they were affected by the pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine, climate change, or other calamities.
Lacson said he and his vice presidential bet, Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III, intend to set up such a mechanism should they be elected into office.