Capability Building on Innovative Leadership for Legislative Staff (CBILLS) Program
You are invited to join the second of the seven installments of the Thursday Talks: Webinar Series on Socio-Political and Economic Perspectives, “Accelerating the Potential of Digital Economy for MSMEs” on 16 June 2022, from 8:30 AM to 12:00 NN via Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/DAPCFGPRO)
The webinar aims to tackle the current status of MSMEs after the COVID-19 pandemic, especially now that travel and mobility restrictions have been eased. It will also explore the mechanisms under which the government and the private sector help the MSMEs in building their online and digital capacities to participate and harness the potential of the Internet economy for inclusive development.
Session 1: MSMEs and Republic Act No. 9501 – Setting Up Context and Perspective with Senator-Elect Loren Legarda
Q&A with Senator Loren Legarda: Moderated by Director Melanie M. Moraga-Leaño, UP Institute for Small-Scale Industries
Session 2: [Panel Reaction] The Road to Inclusive Growth and Recovery: Strategies and Legislative Measures for MSMEs with Executive Director Thermina Ann L. Akram, Go Negosyo (Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship) and Regional Director Jose B. Patalinjug III, Department of Science and Technology
Open Forum and Synthesis: Moderated by Director Melanie M. Moraga-Leaño, UP Institute for Small-Scale Industries
This webinar is one of the three components of the Capability Building on Innovative Leadership for Legislative Staff (CBILLS) Program being implemented by the DAP Center for Governance Policy Research Office as part of the Academy’s Education, Training and Capability Building Seminar Program in partnership with the Philippine Congress.
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