Filipino SMEs now have access to free business consultancy services from certified experts through Globe myBusiness
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The typical Filipino dream is having your own business, may it be small or big, whether you graduated in any business course or not, it’s a step closer to success. Planning a business is one thing, but to roll it out is an entirely different story. It entails a lot of careful planning, and strategizing.
Not everyone knows a lot about running a business; answering the what, where, when and specially the how. These entrepreneurs tend to hire consultants to help them create the most efficient business models or plans which almost always costs a lot of money.
Globe myBusiness now extends its services beyond telecommunications products with the introduction of free business consultancy services. With this exclusive service, Globe myBusiness helps entrepreneurs review their business processes and operations and provide advice and recommendations to help the business run more efficiently.
Globe myBusiness VP for Globe myBusiness Barbie Dapul said, “We are set to expand our offers to include services that go beyond the usual business bundles and solutions. In our efforts to continue our stronghold as a trusted business advisor, offering free business consultancy allows us to achieve that. This lets us get to know our customers even more and help them drill down their pain points and issues and finally recommend, as well as design solutions for SMEs.”
Entrepreneurs will be able to get in touch with in-house expert business consultants with certifications on Certified Management Consultants (CMC), Lean Six Sigma, Business Process Reengineering (BPR), EN 16114 Management Consultancy Services, Information Security Management System (ISMS), eSourcing Capability Model, Supply Chain Management, Customer Operations Performance Center (COPC), Total Quality Management for free.
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