The Kapatid Mentor ME (KMME) is a program aims to help Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs scale up their business thru weekly coaching and mentoring by business owners and practitioners on different functional areas of entrepreneurship to be held in Negosyo Centers nationwide. New batches of KMME will roll out nationwide this 2018! #DTIGoNegosyoMentorME

 

Crafting entrepreneurial success

For Cesar Pasco, life was never easy especially in crafting business. After working in Saudi Arabia, he started trying to be a businessman and because of his grit and passion, he succeeded. In year 2009, Cesar started with a capital of 250.00 and with perseverance,...

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Preservation of Entrepreneurial Success

Leonie Reyes of Natures Dew Enterprises (Reyes Pickle Gourmet) was one of the mentees of the Kapatid Mentor ME (KMME) program who now produces 500 bottles of crisp and delicious pickles made from fresh vegetables with six different variants. Leonie was one of the...

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EGGstraordinary Cooperative

Judit Alday-Mangmang established Batangas Egg Producers Cooperative (BEPCO) on September 30, 2010. Department of Agriculture (DA) granted a loan worth 60 million to capitalize the Egg Cooperative. The company started with just 10 employees but after KMME she added...

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Kapatid Mentor ME to roll out in Rizal

Go Negosyo’s Kapatid Mentor ME will officially launch on June 1, 2018 at Robinson’s Place Antipolo City, Rizal. Kapatid Mentor ME (KMME) Rizal is the program’s 51st launch this year. It is also the 71st batch this 2018. KMME is a joint initiative of Go Negosyo and the...

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[KMME Mentees Stories] Diving into entrepreneurship

Fely Jean Pacris had a vision to start her own business so in 2014, she started her own resort with only five rooms. KMME has helped her business when it comes to the technical knowledge and legal aspects of entrepreneurship. Concepts from the business model canvas...

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[KMME Mentees Stories] Carving towards entrepreneurship

With only a starting capital of 30,000 pesos, Alexander Parel and his family set up Antigua de Madera Furniture in the 1990s. Venturing into your own business would not always be going to be a smooth sailing flow. Alexander experienced hardships when it comes to...

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