VOICES project seen to boost Nueva Vizcaya’s coffee industry

TUGUEGARAO CITY — Government leaders are upbeat that Nueva Vizcaya’s coffee industry will further be boosted commercially with the implementation of the Vibrant Operations of Industry Clusters for Economic Sustainability (VOICES) project in the province. Read more: VOICES project seen to boost Nueva Vizcaya’s coffee industry

Peace and Equity Foundation: Improving Farmer’s Lives

Albert Domio cultivates a 1.25 hectare sugarcane farm in Barangay Tapi, Kabankalan, Negros Occidental. He recalls the difficulty in securing financing for his farm operations. Read more: Peace and Equity Foundation: Improving Farmer’s Lives 

Capt. Du: Davao’s new choco player

As Davao City continues towards its goal of being the cacao and chocolate capital of the Philippines, more and more businessmen had seen the potential of a chocolate business and had since ventured in it. However, other businessmen do not only venture on this business on their own but they also include their family in […]

9 Filipino businesswomen bag the Asean Women Entrepreneur Award

Nine of the country’s most distinguished businesswomen have been recognized at the Asean Women Entrepreneurs Network’s Asean Women Entrepreneur Award ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand. Read more: 9 Filipino businesswomen bag the Asean Women Entrepreneur Award

PH distributor of Italian coffee goes to the cloud for growth

Blu Coffee Distributors, an importer and distributor of premium Italian coffee and equipment in the Philippines, has implemented NetSuite OneWorld to support its rapid growth. Read more: PH distributor of Italian coffee goes to the cloud for growth

Sale by micro-, nano-lots new trend in coffee trade

Filipino coffee farmers could earn more income by riding on a new “trend” in the global market of exporting the commodity in smaller quantities or “lots,” according to the Philippine Coffee Board Inc. (PCBI). Read more: Sale by micro-, nano-lots new trend in coffee trade 

Agri credit not enough

To help the small farmers, agriculture credit is not enough. Just as it “takes a village to raise a child,” it takes more than just credit to improve a farmer’s welfare. A joint effort must be made not only by government agencies, but also by banks, agribusiness, NGOs and other private sector potential partners. Read […]

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