Businesses under category III in areas placed under GCQ & MGCQ will be allowed to operate at 75 percent and 100-percent capacity starting November 1.
SBCorp will start accepting applications for the Bayanihan CARES Program on 26 October to help micro, small and medium enterprises recover amid the crisis
The use of digital technologies such as digital payments is rising in the Philippines and has businesses ensure business continuity during the pandemic.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has extended the deadline for registration of online businesses to September 30, 2020.
Fitness centers, internet cafes, other businesses allowed to partially reopen in GCQ areas starting August 1
Starting on August 1, some industries under Category 4 will be allowed to operate in areas under GCQto gradually reopen economic activities.
“MSMEs need our support to adapt to new business models and acquire digital tools and skill if they are to survive the crisis,” said DTI Sec. Ramon Lopez.
Going digital is the key for small businesses to go digital, according to the latest policy of APEC Policy Unit and The Asia Foundation.