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18 APRIL 2008 1 ASIAN CENTURY. POWERED BY MICROS. VOL 1 NO 1 18 APRIL 2008

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VOL 1 NO 1 18 APRIL 2008

http://www.thebusinesspaper.org

INAUGURAL EDITION

QUEZON CITY , THE PHILIPPINES

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SB Makes Doing Business Two Thousand and Eight Times Easier in QC

by the theBUSINESS Paper News Team

DOING business in Quezon City will no longer be that hard to do starting this year when the administration of QC Mayor Feliciano ‘Sonny’ Belmonte Jr makes the systems and programs of starting up a business, if not sustaining it, simplified. The new Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) leadership for 2008-2009 of President- elect Dr Hernando B Delizo of Wellness Place, Clinica Manila, Mediserv & HBD Group and his inspired members of the Board of Directors are set to strengthen the Belmonte entrepreneurship agenda for “all citizens of Quezon City” when they assume office beginning today, the 18 th of April 2008, as servants of the business community of The Philippines’ largest city. The Delizo leadership has actually been doing leg work since

2007.

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Beatitudes by Jim Paredes

 

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Chamber

Movement

 

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Power to the Barangay Microbiz

 

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Mabuti pa ang Pera May Tao

 

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OTOP Framework Rolls Out

 

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Gina Lopez, the Pinay Al Gore, Unplugged. Next, in the

May Tao   7 OTOP Framework Rolls Out   8 Gina Lopez, the Pinay Al Gore,
NEW QCCCI LEADERSHIP, inspired by Dr Hernando Delizo, Carmina Clemente Desales and Dr Thelma Clemente,

NEW QCCCI LEADERSHIP, inspired by Dr Hernando Delizo, Carmina Clemente Desales and Dr Thelma Clemente, resolves to work together with the Belmonte administration to make another Singapore out of Quezon City.

‘WELL BUSINESS IS HEALTHY BUSINESS’ New QCCCI Leadership to Enhance Health & Wellness QC OTOP Integrating All Industries, Sectors

The new QCCCI leadership of 2008- 2009 will be inducted into office at the Sapphire 2 & 3 Mandarin Suites of Gateway Mall in Cubao, Quezon City, by Belmonte. theBUSINESS Paper gathered, as early as 2007, the new group has been working to integrate all industries and sectors into its health & wellness flagship program of “good business for all – big and small,” inspired by the Belmonte administration’s management mantra of The Philippines’ next Singapore. “A wellmanaged business is a healthy business,” Dr Delizo, the first Filipino health retailer in the private sector, declared, adding that by all industries, he meant, “incorporating within his health & wellness program, the agricultural, industrial, service and other sectors (ICT, entertainment, human resource, security, trading, consultancy, etc),” comprised by over 59,000 business establishments. Well-integrated into the health & wellness-enhanced entrepreneurship program of his chamber, Delizo explained, are the market vendors associations, transport associations, micro business, small and medium

enterprises, and the startup entrepreneurs, and even the socalled “underground economy” players in many QC neighborhoods. Chambers used to be the preferred social clubs of big business. QCCCI, adjudged by the Confederation of AsiaPacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) as “most outstanding local chamber in AsiaPacific region of 2005,” and by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) as “most outstanding chamber in The Philippines” for 2000, 2002 and 2004, and “2004 hall of famer,” supports QC’s one town-one product (OTOP), that is health & wellness, since the former terms of QCCCI Presidents, Dr Carl Balita, an RN, and Carmina Clemente Desales of Capitol Medical Center, respectively. Mandate of new QCCCI leadership of Delizo, MD was to carry on strengthening the health & wellness OTOP into its next sustainable development level. This, the new members of the QCCCI Board of Directors, comprised by Rafael S Chico of Interlink Manpower Devt and Gen Services, 1st Vice President; Elma P Lagamson of Convergence Immigration

& Business Solutions, 2nd Vice President; Julio B Cabanero of Lyf Center Inc, Corporate Secretary; Dr Roselyne Marie M Balita of Little Lambs Pediatric

and Wellness Place, Treasurer; tty

Benjamin Co of Imperial Rubber &

Synthetic Products Inc, Director;Engr Ronald Yap of Storage Providers Inc, Director; Eduardo R Enriquez Jr of Enriquez Security Services Inc, Director; Eduardo S Madrid of Primanila Group of Companies, Director; Jim Sanchez of

MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness

Place, Director; Pacifico F Maghacot Jr of Netopia Internet Café, Director; Marc Guerrero of theMAGAZINE Philippines Inc, Director; Enrique M Soriano of Belo Medical Group Inc, Director; Sarah P Deloraya of SP

Deloraya Job Contracting & Consultancy Services Inc, Director; Atty Sonny de Jesus of Bureau of Internal Revenue, Director; Atty David Koh of

Kho Antonio Velasco & Payos Law

Offices, Director; and Atty Fidel Escario of Escario Law Offices, Director, will

continually uphold to initiate proactively.

Director, will continually uphold to initiate proactively. OFF THE PRESS ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ Healthcare &
OFF THE PRESS ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ Healthcare & Wellness Directory of QC by DTI
OFF THE PRESS
‘Healthy Lifestyle’
Healthcare & Wellness
Directory of QC by DTI

WhatWhatWhatWhatWhat isisisisis GrossGrossGrossGrossGross NationalNationalNationalNationalNational Happiness?Happiness?Happiness?Happiness?Happiness?

FROM 2010 and onwards, the next presidents of the Republic of the Philippines will no longer put up with just the country’s Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Product and other economic indicators. They will have to put up with the people’s Gross National Happiness (GNH). GNH, according to Wikipedia, is an attempt to define quality of life in more holistic and psychological terms than GNP, GDP, etc. The term was coined by Bhutan’s King Jigme Singye Wangchuck in 1972 in response to criticism that his economy was growing poorly. It signaled his commitment to building an economy that would serve Bhutan’s unique culture based on Buddhist spiritual values. Like many moral goals, it is somewhat easier to state than to define. Nonetheless, it serves as a unifying vision for the Five Year planning process and all the derived planning documents that guide the economic and development plans of the country. While conventional development models stress economic growth as the ultimate objective, the concept of GNH claims to be based on the premise that true development of human society takes place when material and spiritual development occur side by side to complement and reinforce each other. The four pillars of GNH are the promotion of equitable and sustainable socio-economic development, preservation and promotion of cultural values, conservation of the natural environment, and establishment of good governance.

natural environment, and establishment of good governance. EDITORIAL Sa Pag-asenso, Dapat Lahat Tayo NOT ONLY you,

EDITORIAL

Sa Pag-asenso, Dapat Lahat Tayo

NOT ONLY you, not only them, not only him or her, not only us should reap the fruits of their, and our labor. That is the true meaning of lahat tayo dapat, sa pag-asenso. It can be, but can never always be, “tayo- tayo,” “sila-sila,” “kami-kami” at ikaw o siya ay hindi kasali. It just cannot be the haves, minus the have-nots. It is not fair, reasonable and just to entertain only the big, and relegate the small into the misfortunes of history, like it or not. This is the first time in the history of newspaper publishing in The Philippines that an editorial of a business broadsheet is written in the Filipino language, predominantly Tagalog, but Oh so rich in six, 60 to 600 other regional languages and dialects. Some, if not a few, of the words and phrases from such lingua franca had found its way in the lexicon of World English, according to Microsoft Encarta. They call it Filipino-English. Not so many times that an editorial is published on the front pages of any paper. This is the first time that an editorial of an English paper is written in wikang pambansa. This is the first time that a Philippine broadsheet newspaper, in Manila or elsewhere across the nation, whether in Cebu, Davao, Baguio, Subic or Clark in Central Luzon or Southern Tagalog, is publishing a full page (supposedly, but business prevailed in this Inaugural) or a section dubbed as “Filipinong-Filipino,” and not just the Editorial on this front page with jump or pasa on Page 2. The publishers and editors of theBUSINESS Paper are, by nature, groundbreakers, trailblazers, pioneers, selfdrivers, gogetters and synonymous other adjectives. In one word: entrepreneurial. theBUSINESS Paper is dedicated to the uplift of the microbiz, the small and medium enterprises (SMEs), startups and other entrepreneurships. In short, theBUSINESS Paper shall work for the good, better and best interest of true and genuine entrepreneurship. Lumikha na po tayo ngayon ng milyong next na mga young Filipino entrepreneurs na makikipagsabayan sa mga Steve Jobs at Bill Gates at Steven Spielberg at George Lucas. Ngayon na, now na, as in… theBUSINESS Paper, by the way, will become the first-ever national and international broadsheet newspaper, with great potentials, on, for and about the small business who shall become big. The chambers of commerce are one with us in this advocacy.

See PAG-ASENSO page 2

THE most beautiful Bb Pilipinas who wow the world are discovered in QC.

THE most beautiful Bb Pilipinas who wow the world are discovered in QC.

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EDITORIAL

Sa Pag-asenso, Dapat Lahat Tayo

(From Page 1)

Siyanga pala, kapag Inglesan tayo nang Inglesan, maraming mga kababayan na nasa bansa at sa 100 iba pang bansa sa buong daigdig ang – bagamat nakaiintindi, nakapagsusulat, nakapagbabasa at nakapagsasalita ng English – ang hindi agarang makauunawa sa mga ideya at ideyal na ating tinatalakay. Kapag nag-Tagalog tayo, mabilis pa sa speed of thought ang pagpapasa at pagpapalitan at pagsusuri at pag-uuri ng mga bagay-bagay sa buhay-buhay. Aminado tayo na hindi lahat ng mga salitang pangnegosyo at pang- ekonomya ay may tumpak na salin sa English, ang language of business na tinatawag ng mundo. Pero hindi tayo dapat malungkot. Iyon ngang Google at Wikipedia, kahit trying hard, ay talaga namang nagpupunyagi na maisalin sa Filipino ang lahat ng kanilang texto; tayo pa kayang karaniwang mamamayang Filipino? Kaya nga po mula sa araw na ito ay nakatakda tayong pagbuwisan ng dugo, pawis at luha, wika nga, na magkaintindihan at magkaunawaan tayo sa wika ng sambayanan, sa dila ng negosyo na makatao at may pananagutan sa kalikasan, sa kapwatao at sa iba pang pagsasaalang- alang. theBUSINESS Paper, after all, defines genuine entrepreneurship as “sound business sense with social conscience.”

as “sound business sense with social conscience.” We’re Copycats for Ethics (BUSINESS JOURNALISM CODE OF

We’re Copycats for Ethics

(BUSINESS JOURNALISM CODE OF ETHICS by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers)

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: It is not enough that we be incorruptible and act with honest motives. We must conduct all aspects of our lives in a manner that averts even the appearance of conflict of interest or misuse of the power of the press.

A business, financial and economics writer should:

Recognize the trust, confidence and responsibility placed in him or her by the publication’s readers and do nothing to abuse this obligation. To this end, a clear-cut delineation between advertising and editorial matters should be maintained at all times. Avoid any practice which might compromise or appear to compromise his objectivity or fairness. He or she should not let any personal investments influence what he or she writes. On some occasions, it may be desirable for him or her to disclose his or her investment positions to a superior. Avoid active trading and other short-term profit-seeking opportunities. Active participation in the markets which such activities require is not compatible with the role of the business and financial journalist as disinterested trustee of the public interest. Not take advantage in his or her personal investing of any inside information and be sure any relevant information he or she may have is widely disseminated before he buys or sells. Make every effort to insure the confidentiality of information held for publication to keep such information from finding its way to those who

might use it for gain before it becomes available to the public. Accept no gift, special treatment or any other thing of more than token value given in the course of his professional activities. In addition, he or she will accept no out-of-town travel paid for by anyone other than his or her employer for the ostensible purpose of covering or backgrounding news. Free-lance writing opportunities and honoraria for speeches should be examined carefully to assure that they are not in fact disguised gratuities. Food and refreshments of ordinary value may be accepted where necessary during the normal course of business. Encourage the observance of these minimum standards by all business writers.

ADDENDUM to Code of Ethics

Integrity of Business News Coverage:

Guidelines to Insure Editorial

A clear-cut delineation between advertising and editorial matters

should be maintained at all times. Material produced by an editorial staff or news service should be used only in sections controlled by editorial departments. Sections controlled by advertising departments should be distinctly different from news sections in typeface, layout and design. Promising a story in exchange for advertising is unethical. Publishers, broadcasters and top newsroom editors should establish policies and guidelines to protect the integrity of business news coverage. Cautions On Use Of Non-Journalists With Conflicts Of Interest In The Subject Matter: Using articles or columns written by non-journalists is potentially deceptive and poses inherent conflicts of interest that editors should guard against. This does not apply to clearly labeled op-ed or viewpoint sections or “Letters to the Editor.”

op-ed or viewpoint sections or “Letters to the Editor.” PPP Must Work: Wellness as EndPoint EYOND
op-ed or viewpoint sections or “Letters to the Editor.” PPP Must Work: Wellness as EndPoint EYOND
op-ed or viewpoint sections or “Letters to the Editor.” PPP Must Work: Wellness as EndPoint EYOND

PPP Must Work: Wellness as EndPoint

to the Editor.” PPP Must Work: Wellness as EndPoint EYOND lip service and public pronouncements, the

EYOND lip service and public pronouncements, the private public partnership(PPP) in health and wellness should be a showcase of successful business model owing to the fact that the same (also known as pinnacle of happiness to many )is the endpoint of each and everyone. Sense of urgency and special attention would have been accorded to the endeavor by all stakeholders. Other PPPs have all been tainted with irregularities, namely, NAIA III, ZTE, etc. Hopes are high with the QC’s One Town-One Product

etc. Hopes are high with the QC’s One Town-One Product Healthcare Business Development by Dr HERNANDO
etc. Hopes are high with the QC’s One Town-One Product Healthcare Business Development by Dr HERNANDO

Healthcare

Business

Development

by Dr HERNANDO B DELIZO

Healthcare Business Development by Dr HERNANDO B DELIZO (otop) which is to position the city as

(otop) which is to position the city as hub of Health and Wellness. Simply scanning the environment in QC would make one agree; a city with good infrastructure, parks and key health, medical, fitness, wellness establishments.

However, some “must do scenarios” are necessary for the PPP to give its optimum benefits, not just for the city but to the nation as well.

One of this is the reactivation of data bank registry project under the responsibility of QCCCI, as

the mandated official voice of business and not by any other private enterprise. An active and welldirected use of the registry will facilitate clustering of linkages in health and wellness that cut across all industries. Two, the strong representation of private sector in the proposed amendment of Investment and Economic Council; and three, the enactment of supporting legislation to give more value to the adopted resolution on QC’s OTOP that can be translated into incentives and direct assistance to investors in health and wellness in QC.

In all these endeavors, individual, organizational and societal wellness are endpoints and, therefore, deserving of full support by everyone.

and, therefore, deserving of full support by everyone. The Universal Filipino Beatitudes Blessed are the

The Universal Filipino Beatitudes

Blessed are the strange, the weird, the people we laugh at, those who do not fit our mold, specially the socially wretch and despised. By their presence in our lives, they expand our reality, on our part, reluctantly, and on theirs, so painfully, by forcing us to look at them in the hope that we see God in them. Blessed are the depressed and the addicted, for they are called upon to demonstrate the healing miracles of God through their own awakening. Blessed are those who are broken, those who fail, those who fall below our expectation, for they are asked to show the rest of us that not being perfect is part of the human condition; that accepting our imperfection is the first step in our realization of the divine perfection of all that is. Blessed are the cruel, the callused and uncaring, for on some deep unconscious level, they choose to delay their own liberation, so that others maybe enlightened by their example. Blessed are those who cause us to suffer repeatedly by their mistakes, for they are our tutors who spend valuable time so that we learn our lessons well.

Blessed are the nameless, the faceless, the dispossessed, the refugees, the homeless, and the poor, for they point us to the way to compassion. By their sheer numbers, they tell us that ultimately, the experience of compassion is inescapable. Blessed are the people who arouse us to anger, those who0 bring out the worst in us, for they force us out of the denial that we harbor within; that we are hooked on them, that they resonate with something hidden inside us; and to break free, we must let go of our misguided moral superiority. Blessed are those who do not seem to have a life, and specially those who do not have a choice, those who are physically debilitated, paralyzed or in a coma and cannot move, for they bring us a message that is lost in the age of frenzy; that to be worthy of God’s love, we need to strive to do or achieve anything, but simple BE. Blessed are all of us, for whatever condition we find ourselves in, we can choose to remember our true nature, our original blessing, our timeless grace – anytime, any place and always – and be happy in our Oneness! – JIM PAREDES

and always – and be happy in our Oneness! – JIM PAREDES Salin sa Filipino ng

Salin sa Filipino ng Beatitudes

Pinagpala ang mga naiiba, ang katakataka, ang mga taong pinagtatawanan natin, iyong hindi nabibilang sa ating uri, lalo na iyong mga baliw at itinatakwil na salot ng lipunan. Nariyan sila upang palawakin ang mga katotohanan sa ating buhay, kahit na hindi natin matanggap, kahit na napakasakit ito para sa kanila, nang sa gayon ay mapilitan tayong bigyan sila ng kaukulang pansin sa pag-asang makikita natin ang Diyos sa kanila. Pinagpala ang mga wlang ganang mabuhay at mga sugapa, sila ay tinatawag upang maipakita ang nakapagpapagaling na mga milagro ng Diyos sa pamamagitan ng kanilang paggising na muli. Pinagpala ang mga wasak sa pagkabayubay, iyong mga bigo, iyong hindi nakatutugon sa ating nasa, dahil hinihingi sa kanilang maipakita sa ating lahat na likas sa kalagayan ng tao ang hindi maging perpekto, na ang pagtanggap sa ating imperpeksyon ang unang hakbang sa pagpapatnubay nating ang Lumikha at lahat ng kanyang lalang ang siyang tanging perpekto sa sanlibutan. Pinagpala ang malulupit, ang matitigas ang puso at walang pakialam sa mundo, dahil sa kaibuturan ng kanilang ulirat, pinili nilang ipagpaliban ang kanilang paglaya, upang ang iba’y maliwanagan sa kanilang halimbawa. Pinagpala ang mga taong sa kanilang paulit-ulit na pagkakamali’y nagdudulot sa atin ng ibayong pagtitiis, dahil nagsisilbi silang mga guro natin na naghahandog sa atin ng mahalaga nilang oras upang matutuhan natin ang mga aral ng buhay. Pinagpala ang mga walang sariling pangalan, ang walang sariling mukha, ang walang sariling pag-aari, ang walang sariling bansa, ang walang sariling

tahanan, at mga mahihirap, dahil itinuturo nila sa atin ang landas tungo sa kabutihang-loob. Sa dami ng bilang nilang tumambad sa atin, ipinababatid nila sa ating lahat na sa kasukdulan, walang makaliligtas sa katotohanang pinakamasarap na karanasan ang maging mabuti ang loob. Pinagpala ang mga taong hinahamon tayong magngitngit, iyong pinipilit tayong magalit hanggang sa tayo’y mamuhi, dahil pinupuwersa nila tayong ilabas ang kinikimkim na pagtatatwa sa ating sarili, na siyang bumabagabag sa atin, mistulang umaalingawngaw na sama ng loob na pilit nagpupumiglas palabas; at upang tayo’y makalaya, marapat at matuwid na hubdin natin ang kahangalan at pagkapalalong moral. Pinagpala ang mga taong animo walang kabuhay-buhay, at lalo na iyong mga walang masulingan, iyong may mabibigat na kapansanan, paralisado, nasa coma o wala sa sarili, at hindi makagalaw, dahil inihahatid nila sa atin ang isang mensahe na naglahong parang bula sa panahon ng kaghuluhan, silakbo at kalituhan, na upang maging karapatdapat tayo sa pag-ibig ng Diyos, hindi natin kailangang magpunyaging gawin ang anumang bagay kung para lang may makamtan, kundi simple taong MAGING. Pinagpala tayong lahat, kahit anupaman an gating kalagayan at kinasasadlakan, dahil kaya nating piliing maalala ang ating tunay na kalikasan, ang ating kinapanganakang pagpapala, ang ating walang hanggang grasya o karangalan, sa anumang panahon, saanmang lugar at sa lahat ng pagkakataon, at para maging maligaya tayo sa ating sariling Kaisahan sa Kanya!-MARC GUERRERO

saanmang lugar at sa lahat ng pagkakataon, at para maging maligaya tayo sa ating sariling Kaisahan
18 APRIL 2008 3 History of World Chamber Movement Chambers are not meant to be
18 APRIL 2008 3 History of World Chamber Movement Chambers are not meant to be

18 APRIL 2008 3

History of World Chamber Movement

Chambers are not meant to be social clubs of big business, but a people’s assembly for small business

A CHAMBER of commerce (also referred to in some

circles as a board of trade) is

a form of business network.

Business owners in towns and cities form these local societies to pursue their own interests.

Local businessmen are members, and they elect an executive council to run the chamber. Chambers of commerce serve the following purposes:

· Promotion of trade in their own towns or cities.

· Obtaining and supporting

municipal regulations in interest of business in their regions.

· Settlement of disputes

between members by means of arbitration.

· Collection of information and

statistics which may be of use

to their members.

· Recording of a blacklist for members’ reference.

· Prevention of unnecessary

competition by establishing uniform hours, wages and prices.

· Advocating for business

friendly policies at the state, local, federal, and international levels.

The first chambers of commerce were founded in 1599 in continental Europe (Marseille, France and Brugge, Belgium). The world’s oldest English-speaking chamber of commerce is that of Glasgow, Scotland, that was established in 1783.

Characteristics

MEMBERSHIP in an individual chamber in an area can range from a few dozen to well over 300,000 (as is the case with the

Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry). Some chamber organizations in China report even larger membership numbers. Chambers of commerce can range in size from a single city or town chamber, to a county chamber, to a regional chamber, up to an international chamber of commerce.

The chambers do not operate in the same manner as the Better Business Bureau in

that, while the BBB has the authority to bind its members

under a formal operations doctrine (and, thus, can remove them if complaints

arise regarding their services), the local chamber membership is strictly voluntary.

Chambers of commerce also can include economic

development corporations or groups (though the latter often

is a formal branch of a local government, the groups work together and may in some cases share office facilities) as

well as tourism and visitors bureaus.

Some chambers have joined state, national, and even international bodies (such as EUROCHAMBRES, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Worldchambers). In the majority of countries, the use of the term “chamber of commerce” is regulated by federal law. Currently, there are about 13,000 chambers registered in the official Worldchambers Network registry, and the chamber of commerce network is the largest business network globally.

Chamber models

THERE are basically two chamber business membership models worldwide, ‘compulsory / public law’ or ‘continental / private law’.

Compulsory/Public law chambers

UNDER the compulsory or

public law model, companies of

a certain areas are obliged to

become members of the chamber. This model is common in European Union countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain). The main tasks of the chamber are foreign trade promotion, training, and general services to companies. The chambers also have a consultive function; this means the chambers must be consulted whenever a new law related to industry or commerce is proposed.

Continental/Private law chambers

UNDER the private model,

which exists in English-speaking countries like USA, Canada or the UK, companies are not obligated to become chamber members. However, companies often become members to develop their business contacts and, regarding the local chambers (the most common level of organization), to demonstrate

a commitment to the local

economy. Though governments are not required to consult chambers on proposed laws, the chambers are often contacted given their local influence and membership numbers. (Wikipedia)

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4 18 APRIL 2008 Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors
4 18 APRIL 2008 Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors

Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors

Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place &
Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place &
Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place &
Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place &
Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) 2008-2009 Board of Directors Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place &

Hernando B Delizo, MD President/CEO Wellness Place & Clinica Manila

Rafael S Chico 1 st Vice President

Interlink Manpower and Gen Services

Devt

Elma P Lagamson 2 nd Vice President

Convergence Immigration Business Solutions

Julio B Cabañero Corporate Secretary

Lyf Center Inc

Roselyne Marie M Balita Treasurer

Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place

Treasurer Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place Benjamin T Co Director Imperial Rubber & Synthetic
Treasurer Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place Benjamin T Co Director Imperial Rubber & Synthetic
Treasurer Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place Benjamin T Co Director Imperial Rubber & Synthetic
Treasurer Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place Benjamin T Co Director Imperial Rubber & Synthetic
Treasurer Little Lambs’ Pediatrics & Wellness Place Benjamin T Co Director Imperial Rubber & Synthetic

Benjamin T Co Director

Imperial Rubber & Synthetic Products Inc

Engr Ronald F Yap Director

Storage Providers Inc

Eduardo R Enriquez Jr Director

Enriquez Security Services Inc

Eduardo S Madrid Director

Primanila Group

of Companies

Jim Sanchez

Director

MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place

Jim Sanchez Director MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director Netopia Internet
Jim Sanchez Director MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director Netopia Internet
Jim Sanchez Director MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director Netopia Internet
Jim Sanchez Director MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director Netopia Internet
Jim Sanchez Director MD Eastwood Medical and Wellness Place Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director Netopia Internet

Pacifico F Maghacot Jr Director

Netopia Internet Café

Marc Guerrero

Director

theMAGAZINE Philippines Inc

Enrique Soriano

Director

Belo Medical Group

Sarah P Deloraya Director

SP Deloraya Job Contracting & Consultancy Service Inc

Atty David L Kho Legal consultant for business, investments and corporate affairs

Kho Antonio Velasco & Payos Law Offices

affairs Kho Antonio Velasco & Payos Law Offices Lorna Asuncion Executive Director Atty Sonny de Jesus

Lorna Asuncion

Executive Director

Atty Sonny de Jesus Director

Bureau of Internal Revenue

Atty Fidel Balao Escario Legal Counsel

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6 18 APRIL 2008 ELMA LAGAMSON , Associate Editor Quezon City Business Community bats for more
6 18 APRIL 2008 ELMA LAGAMSON , Associate Editor Quezon City Business Community bats for more

ELMA LAGAMSON, Associate Editor

Quezon City Business Community bats for more proactive Barangay MicroBusiness Enterprise (BMBE) program

proactive Barangay MicroBusiness Enterprise (BMBE) program FIRST issue of the QCNetwork newsletter (R) with its

FIRST issue of the QCNetwork newsletter (R) with its first banner photo, above.

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JOININGJOININGJOININGJOININGJOINING the Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) afford the members an assortment of privileges and benefits:

1. Representation in local government

policymaking bodies.

2. Opportunity to participate in QCCCI

standing committees.

3. Access to countrywide business through the

local chambers of commerce and industry.

4. Access to business opportunities.

5. Business facilitation.

6. Participation as observer in bids and awards

of various government agencies.

7. Access to trade and industry associations

through the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Inudstry (PCCI) networks.

8. Opportunity to meet and do business with

foreign business partners.

9. Access to local and international training and

scholarships. 10. Information and advisory services.

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MOREMOREMOREMOREMORE QCCCIQCCCIQCCCIQCCCIQCCCI PRIVILEGESPRIVILEGESPRIVILEGESPRIVILEGESPRIVILEGES

1. TRADE DISCOUNT - QCCCI members will

automatically receive trade discount on goods and services being offered by co-members of the chamber.

2. DISCOUNT CARD - Free membership on

the QCCCI Privilege Card Network. A QCCCI member shall automatically receive a gold card, that will entitle business establishments all over the country.

3. DATABASE - Free access to all QCCCI

database as well as PCCI Business File.

4. BUSINESS CONTACTS - Nationwide

business contacts and referrals through the

various offices of local chambers and its affiliates.

5. TRADE FAIRS - Participation in expositions,

trade fairs, exhibits and job fairs.

6. BUSINESS CENTER - Access in all the

facilities of SME Business and Trade Centers

that will be seT up.

7. BUSINESS MATCHING - Participation in

business matching, conferences and fora.

8. PERMITS AND LICENSE - Assistance in

business application and renewal in DTI, and City Hall permits.

9. LIVELIHOOD SEMINARS - Free Admission

in all QCCCI sponsored livelihood and training workshops. 10. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE - Through the various affiliates of QCCCI, a business idea or proposal can be referred to possible financier or financing company for proper funding or financial assistance.

idea or proposal can be referred to possible financier or financing company for proper funding or

THE BUSINESS community of Quezon City, the largest city in

having the qualifications as defined may apply for

One, complete the following

• Location sketch and pictures

The Philippines, in synergy with

registration.

of the place of business and its

the Quezon City Chamber of

theBUSINESS Paper gathered,

assets.

Commerce and Industry (QCCCI), is batting for a more proactive, productive and progressive implementation of the Barangay MicroBusiness

this is how to register as BMBE and be given a certificate of authority:

requirements in three sets.

Two, submit requirements to Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI) office for review and

facilitation. A fee of P1.00 will be

Enterprise (BMBE) program of

Duly filled-up application form

charged by the City Treasurer’s

cost.

the local government unit (LGU).

(BMBE) Form 01, available at QCCCI Office and City

Office to defray administration

What are the benefits of BMBEs? All BMBEs shall be

Treasurer’s Office) with pictures

 

Three, claim the certificate

exempt from income tax for revenues arising from the operations of the enterprise. The BMBEs shall be exempt from the coverage of the Minimum Wage Law: provided, that all

Certificate of Registration from Security & Exchange Commission (SEC) or Department of Trade & Industry (DTI)

upon the advise of its availability by the QCCCI staff. BMBE has 10 priority industry sectors that will benefit from its program, in accord with the Small and Medium Enterprise

1. Food Industry

2. Organic and Natural Products

employees covered under the

Taxpayer’s

Identification

(SME) Development Plan 2004

Act shall be entitled to same

Number (TIN)

to 2010 of the Gloria Macapagal

benefits given to any regular employees, such as Social

Certificate of Registration from

Arroyo administration:

Security and Healthcare. A

the Bureau of Internal Revenue

special credit window will

(BIR)

3. Marine Products

service the financing needs of

4. Wearables

BMBEs registered under the Act

For existing establishments,

a.

Costume Jewelry

consistent with the Bangko

Income Tax Return (ITR) with

b.

Fine Jewelry

Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)

audited Financial Statement

c.

Footwear

policies, rules and regulations.

5.

Leathergoods

 

Latest mayor/business permit

6.

Home Furnishings

Who is eligible to register as

from Quezon City issued by

7.

Construction Materials

BMBE?

BPLO

8.

Micro-Electronics

 

9.

IT Services

Any person, natural or juridical, or cooperative, or association,

• Sworn Statement of Assets and Liabilities

10. Motor Vehicle Parts and

Components.

and Liabilities 10. Motor Vehicle Parts and Components. QCQCQCQCQC TTTTTourismourismourismourismourism

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WOW No. 1: QC-na! Kulinarya, Talento Atbp!

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by TETTA ARROYO TIRONA

AMIDST the many places in The Philippines where restaurant establishments and specialty cafes are mushrooming, Quezon City has been known to have a lot of these food and beverage concept places where one truly enjoy the simple, yet unique, recipes offered. The Tomas Morato Avenue, Timog Avenue, Eastwood and Araneta-Cubao areas are but some of the testaments to these gourmet places. With a variety of restaurants to choose from, one will find it difficult to decide where to go. Bottom line is, they are all great finds, you will keep on coming back, and craving for more!

The Quezon City Tourism Council and STRAM Inc, together with the Quezon City Chamber of Commerce and Industry (QCCCI), will co-organize an event that will showcase the best food and beverage recipes from the local talents in the metropolis. Scheduled this August, the event will coincide with the celebration of the birth anniversary of President Manuel Luis Quezon.

“QC-NA! KULINARYA, TALENTO, ATBP!,” to run from August 22 nd thru the 24 th 2008 at the Gateway Mall of Araneta Center, will gather the top culinary professionals from different parts of the country to grace the occasion.

from different parts of the country to grace the occasion. STRAM, the company behind the regional
from different parts of the country to grace the occasion. STRAM, the company behind the regional

STRAM, the company behind the regional culinary events that support the food and beverage industry, has been specializing and dedicating its concept of events organizing thru the creation of

activities that will highlight a province’s best talents and dishes. It advocates the promotion of the local specialty dishes, unique beverages, the local people and talents behind them, the influence of old traditions in food preparations, and their nice, clean places where one can just enjoy nature and its historical background.

Organizers hope, this culinary, beverage, tourism and hospitality event, with the support of the local government administration of QC Mayor Feliciano ‘Sonny’ Belmonte Jr and his QC Tourism Council, will make of The Philippines’ largest city the gateway for more visitors and investors.

The three-day event, STRAM said, will awaken the five senses while enjoying the mouthwatering recipes that QC talents will showcase. It will have cooking competitions, live fruit and vegetable carving, cake decorating competition, bartending and barista competitions, and a unique fashion show that will be graced by some of the country’s best talents in the culinary industry as ramp models. Students from the different schools, colleges and universities in Metro Manila will join the culinary and beverage competitions as well as the professional chefs employed in the establishments around the QC area.

culinary and beverage competitions as well as the professional chefs employed in the establishments around the
culinary and beverage competitions as well as the professional chefs employed in the establishments around the
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Mabuti Pa Ang Pera May Tao

SA MABILIS na paglipas ng kung ilang kasaysayan, maiisip ng karaniwang Filipino: “Bakit ang tao, nananatiling walang pera, gayong lahat silang ‘namumulitiko (mas tumpak ang namumulitika),’ pagmamahal sa bayan ang ipinangangako?”

Maaalalang nalimutang maituro agad ng ninunong Pilipino sa kanilang mga anak na ang bata pala – mulang bago mag-9 years old o pataas – puwede nang maturuan at matutong magnegosyo. Kung naisanay ang kabataang Pinoy na, imbes na puro gimik, pinagmaneho ng sariling pera, salapi o kuwartang pinagtuluan ng dugo, pawis at luha ng kanilang mga magulang – malamang sa hindi na 10% na lang ngayon ng mahigit 80 milyong kababayang Filipino ang naghihikahos!

Spoiled sa sariling mga parents, aminin man o hindi. Ayaw nilang papaghirapin (sukdulang magkasakit sila’t bumigay hanggang ‘di na makagulapay) ang mga anak, kayat hindi masyadong ma- gets kung gaano kahirap kitain ang bawat piso na diyes sentimos na lang ang halagang kayang bilhin sa kasalukuyan. Ayaw nilang ipadanas sa mga anak ang pighating kanilang pinagdaanan. Hu… yabang! Pero, saludo tayo sa kanila.

Ang mga eskwelahan naman sa Filipinas, pansin ni dating NEDA chief Cielito Habito, inaaral ang Pinoy na “maghanap ng trabaho, kaysa lumikha ng hanapbuhay” pagkagradweyt, o kahit na sa pag-drop out, dahil wala nang panustos sa pag-aaral. Pinakukuntento na lang aniyang

“umasa sa suweldo, kaysa matutong makalikha ng kayamanan.” Kaya ang karaniwang estudyante, jobber (o salarymen, sa mga Hapones) ang kinahihinatnan, imbes na magsigasig na makapagtatag ng sariling business kesehodang from scratch, small o medium enterprise lang, microbiz o underground muna (‘tsaka na lang gawing big) – at makapagbigay ng trabaho sa iba, makapag-ambag ng buwis na hindi dapat waldasin ng mga nasa gobyerno. “Entrepreneurship can be learned (hindi ito inborn lang),” dagdag pa ni UP-grad propesor Habito ng Ateneo.

Ang layunin po rito, maging daan tungo sa paghahaghag ng tinatawag na “entrepreneurship values” sa mga nasa grade school. Tapos, subukan pa ring makapagturo ng “entrepreneurship skills” sa mga nasa high school at college. Pagkatapos, i- practise ang pagpapalitan ng ideas, ideals at wisdom sa pagnenegosyo. Kung mga tatay at nanay, tiyuhin at tiyahin, lolo at lola ang noo’y mahilig magbasa, ngayo’y maise-share na nila ang disenteng pahayagan broadsheet para sa SMEs, theBUSINESS Paper, sa kanilang mga bagets. “It is divine to be rich,” di ba sabi ni Deng Xiaoping,komunistang niyakap ang kapitalismo.

Walang ituturing na masamang tinapay rito sa ating malayang talakayan na may paggagalangan sa karanasan at expertise ng mambabasa.

Kasi nga, masyado nang kulelat ang Filipinas sa mabilis mga magsipag- unlad na kapitbansa sa Southeast Asia,

gayong noong araw, estudyante lang sila ng mga expertong Pinoy na karamihan ay ine-enjoy na lang (kahit malungkot, malamig, minamaliit, nilalait, inaaglahi, at sakmalan nang sakmalan) ang pagtatrabahong namumukiki sa dolyares kayat madaling makabili ng ganito at ganoong materyal na bagay – sa Amerika at Europa.

Pero hindi pa huli ang lahat. Malaki pa ang pag-asa ng Pinoy na matuto sa mga kababayang Chinese, sa mga kabiyak na Japanese at Koreano ng mga Filipina, sa mga Bumbay, Arabo at ibang kapatid na Muslim, sa mga Hudyo o Jewish, at gayundin sa mga kababayang hardworking Ilocano, Pangasinense, Pampango, Batangan, Bicolano, Cebuano, Ilonggo, Waray at Mindanaoan. Para bukas-makalawa, “ang tao, magkakaroon na rin ng pera.”

SABI DA: Ang entrepreneurship ay sistema o programa na kumpletos- rekados sa good business sense at hitik sa social conscience; samantalang ang business – kadalasan at hindi kung minsan – puro profit o tubo lang ang isinasaalang-alang. So, ano ka, kaibigan, businessman o entrepreneur?. O huwag kalilimutang magparamdam, ha? Sa susunod na mga isyu, maaari nang mag-text ‘n call, mag-email, mag-live chat, bumuo ng e- groups at magbuild up ng website ukol sa pagnenegosyo. Gusto nating maging interactive, connected at convergent lahat ng entreprenor na Pinoy rito sa theBUSINESS Paper.

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8 18 APRIL 2008 QC’s One Town-One Product (OTOP) Strategic Implementing Framework Rolls Out In the

QC’s One Town-One Product (OTOP) Strategic Implementing Framework Rolls Out

In the heart of the strategic framework is the vertical and horizontal integration of business sectors with health and wellness as lead industry through a working concept of private public partnership. Business opportunities, new and emerging ones, have been identified. Key milestones include business models with QC-based downstream chain of services would have been developed by June 2008.

Culled from the preparatory years starting with the formal adoption of Healthcare and Wellness as QC’s OTOP through a Sanggunian Panglungsod Resolution 3274 in 2006, as lobbied by then QCCCI President Carl Balita. The alliance of core and associated government and

nongovenmental organization as well as specific sector and industries were launched in 2007 by Ms Carmina Desales. In the forefront of this alliance are DTI, DOT, DOH as well as PCCI, PMA, PHA and other key stakeholders. The health and wellness quest map is the template of stakeholders.

Specific strategies adopted are branding and promotion of QC as “Healthcare & Wellness Hub in the Metropolis,” cluster formation and promotion of sub-industries, legislative lobby for streamline of business requirements for health and wellness establishments via accreditation of facilities & licensing of therapists and specialists, provision of

training for equipping, skills upgrading and establishment of training centers. Financial and related resource accessing will be achieved by collaboration with relevant organizations. Congress and exhibit and business matching shall be staged in October, 2008 with tourism as theme.

Taking advantage with aging of population, wellness and lifestyle services for older adults would create the tipping point for the industry as economic engine for growth for the Philippines, QC taking the first mover position. Starting with the

formal linkage with the coalition of International Chambers of Commerce led by European Chamber of Commerce, American Chamber of Commerce and Japan Chamber of Commerce, investment opportunities can be realized.

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of related services are geography-based or market- directed. Health and Wellness can be a good anchor

Health and Wellness can be a good anchor that will integrate all aspects of business

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