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Sun.Star Davao - Trade expo opens Saturday
For his part, Jason Magnaye, executive director of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc., said the city will get a lot of benefits after the ATF.
"With the city being recognized in the world tourism industry, investments are expected to pour in.More investors will locate their businesses here and that would mean more jobs and income," he
Alliances - Silicon Gulf
L-R: Councilor Rene Lopez (Committe Chair on IT), Mr. Roberto Teo (OIC, Davao City Investment Promotions Center), Ms. Mary Jane Tesoro (EVP, Davao City Chamber of Commerce), Mr. Jason Magnaye (President, Davao City Chamber of Commerce), Councilor Pilar Braga (Committe Chair on Trade and Commerce), Jason Banico, Chito Lucero, Vice Mayor Luis Bonguyan, Mr. Ernie Tomas (Mindanao Economic Development Council), Ms. Corazon Mae Baylon (VP for Professional and Service Ventures, Davao City Chamber of Commerce), Mary Ann
Camella Cerritos Davao Eyes University Town | The Future of Mintal
Jason C. Magnaye, head of the Davao City Investment Promotions Center, said the setting up of central business districts in areas outside downtown is necessary considering such centers will become independent communities with residential villages, commercial centers and schools.
Around 3,500 to 5000 delegates are ...
Around 3,500 to 5000 delegates are expected to visit the city for the Ad Congress, in what former Davao City Investment Promotions Center (DCIPC) chief Jason Magnaye described would bring in a multiplier effect on the city's tourism establishments.
Jason Magnaye, executive director of the DCCCI, said that "it was good that something is being done to correct" the difficulty faced by many small businesses.He cited the SME Unified Lending Opportunity for National Growth, otherwise known as Sulong or going forward, the government program providing DTI assistance to small borrowers, by offering loans of up to P50,000 as an alternative to loan sharks or pawn brokers, who often offer usurous rates."Banks usually give loans of between P1 million to P5 million, but who would provide loan of between P50,000 and P500,000," he said.