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February 9, 2008 / yolynne

Strengthening the Small and Medium Enterprise League

I like doing researches about SME businesses and am fascinated at one’s coping skills in leading one. I have a love and hate relationship with stress and pressure, I am aware of its effect on one’s health and am also hooked up with the Cloud9 feeling when one becomes so productive through it.

A few months ago, I got interested with this certain business mag that I have seen at the book and magazine store that I frequent. I like the way they feature the young people who are doing business online thru their Multiply site. Celebrities who are also doing creative business away from the limelight made it much more interesting.

I do think third world countries should empower their SME sector, well that’s only my opinion.

..and to the leaders of my country, the Philippines

I hope you get to realize that SME is one of the answer to our Brain Drain problem

SME Insight

SME Insight is the only Philippine magazine to focus primarily on small and medium enterprises. After all, the SME sector is responsible for over ninety percent of business activities in the country today! SME Insight is also the first magazine designed primarily for the informational needs of managers and owners of small and medium enterprises. And it’s about time! SMEs are responsible for more than 90 percent of all business transactions in the country today, and the majority of their owners and managers are hungry for tools that can make their managerial tasks easier.

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  1. Jim de Castro / May 8 2008 5:11 pm

    Dear Ma’am,

    We are a marketing services organization catering to top IT manufacturing companies. One of our projects is a quantitative research where we could verify the viability of providing SMBs free workshops in technology (I.e.. Printing technologies, recognizing counterfeit products, increasing productivity through technology products, market updates.)

    We expect that from this workshops we would be able to aid SMEs increase bottom line and productivity by equipping them with knowledge in new and emerging technologies in the marketplace.

    In this regard, we would like to purchase/request a copy of your SMB database which will be the base for our research.

    We will appreciate your prompt reply on this matter. Should you have further questions on the matter, please do not hesitate to call me through +63 2 864-0615, +63 2 848-2384.

    Thank you very much.

    Sincerely yours,

    Jim Michael C. De Castro
    Project Manager
    Solutions – Digitas
    Rm. 501, The Manila Banking Corp. (TMBC) Bldg.,
    6772 Ayala Ave., Makati City, Philippines
    T: + 63 (2) 8640615 | F: +63 (2) 8482384

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