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Free Kita-Kits Business Training at PTTC

Since we came to the Philippines, my husband and I are looking for ways to earn. Our preference is to have a business but it's not that easy for us because we are not trained to be business-minded or we've been away so long that we don't have a good understanding of the market. 

While browsing the internet, I went to the DTI (Department of Trade and Industry) website and then I clicked a link that led me to the PTTC (Philippine Trade Training Center) website. There I saw this poster of the "Kita -Kits Business Training." 

It's a 2-days business briefing session for various types of small and medium-sized businesses. There's something about Empanada and Pizza Rolls, Holiday Goodies, Native Kakanin, Pasta Dishes, Fruits and Vegetables Preservation, Chocolate Molding, Gift Wrapping, Glass Etching, Basic Photography, Basic Hilot, Basic Cellphone Repair and so much more. It's good to attend this training because it can give me some insight into various potential businesses. 

I'm not sure if I can go but I thought of sharing with you guys in case you are also looking for something like this. It's free to attend and you might get a business idea especially now that the Christmas season is almost at hand. Some of the topics, I believe, are good options for home business.

Would you attend this Kita-Kits Business Training on October 13-14, 2012? For more information, just click the poster to enlarge or go to the PTTC website.


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