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DTI gives away OTOP signage to MSMEs
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Jul '10
One Town, One Product (OTOP) Pasalubong shops or stores, which were established by 8 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) received the OTOP Signage from the Department of Trade and Industries (DTI), during the ending activity of MSME Development Week celebration.

As per DTI Provincial Director, Leah A Pagao, as a symbol of OTOP development, DTI has provided MSMEs with a signage that says, 'OTOP Ko, Orgullo Ko', as they are the righteous implementers of the OTOP program. The eight MSMEs were also tagged as Mga Bida ng OTOP.

More so, Pagao also informed that, since the signage's key aim is to promote and market the province's OTOP goods, it should be placed or hanged in a prominent place of the firm's store or showroom or in their production area.

Pagao also mentioned that, with four years of OTOP implementation in the region and with the Local Government Units (LGUs) initiating development of various OTOP industries across the province, the program has already stirred Sorsogon's OTOP MSMEs.

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