THE Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) wants to work closely with the new leaders in Mandaue City to help micro and small businesses thrive in today’s increasingly-competitive economic landscape.
MCCI president Stanley Go told SunStar Cebu they want to further strengthen the collaboration between the business industry and the government.
“This collaboration and meeting of minds will allow us to have programs that will help in implementing Ease of Doing Business in Mandaue City, as well as in the creation of programs to help small and medium businesses improve and attain sustainability in this increasingly competitive business environment,” he said.
The MCCI official vowed to engage the new leaders in Mandaue City led by Mayor Jonas Cortes to join the chamber’s various activities.
“Exciting times indeed, as we hold hands to create a future-ready Mandaue City,” Go said.
Meanwhile, Go said the chamber is now gearing up for the upcoming Mandaue Business Month.
Go said they want to increase their efforts in connecting to the government in terms of programs and projects for the industry.
“I hope that through the strong public and private partnership, we will create a stronger Mandaue City,” he said.
To sustain the progress in the city, Go encouraged the businesses in Mandaue City to join the business chamber and participate in the various activities and advocacy of the group.
“Businesses should not isolate itself but should play an active role in helping create a greater Mandaue,” he said.
Home to more than 10,000 businesses, Mandaue City continues to strive in achieving a business-friendly environment to attract investors.
Mandaue City is also known to recognize businesses that are innovative in their approach, especially in terms of employee-employer programs and other projects. (JOB)