Another batch of beneficiaries were chosen to receive the seed capital of P5,000 each after being selected by the KNN Committee.
However, only eight of the supposedly 20 beneficiaries were selected after their business proposals passed the scrutiny of the committee. KNN Project Chair Carmen Piramide explains that some of the business plans failed to meet the requirements.
The eight successful proponents are the following:
1- Lucia Cordova (Tata and Luz Eatery/Sari-sari Store)
2- Eugene Corro (Sweet Trio Yema)
3- Susan & Newton Duhig (Duhig Bag Maker)
4- Gloria Olofernes (Gloria’s Native Eggs)
5- Rogaciana Lovendina (ANRO Refrigeration & Airconditioning Shop)
6- Alvaro Sarael/AGAPE Community (Catorbi Chips)
7- Reynaldo Pagaduan (Francis Benedict Enterprises)
8- Rudy Malaay (Putochesca)
The beneficiaries were part of the 80 persons who attended the Business Plan Making Seminar during the Grand Halad sa Kapamilya last month in Mabolo Elementary School. The attendees were asked to submit their business plans to get a chance to receive the seed capital.
The Kapamilya Negosyo Na is a joint project of the USC-College of Commerce Alumni Association, USC-College of Commerce, ABS-CBN/DYAB1512, and the Department of Labor and Employment.