THE Covid-19 pandemic has negatively affected the business climate in Cebu. However, there are entrepreneurs who are determined to transform this crisis into opportunities that will cultivate impactful, long-lasting and healthy ventures.
KaLe Inc., a startup established by young lawyers Karl Frederick Arriola and Ma. Leny Ignalaga, makes life simpler and more convenient for startups, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), and even big corporations. By providing premium business and legal support services, it allows businesses to focus on their operations instead of worrying about legal matters.
“We know how challenging it is for startups and MSMEs to run their ventures and simultaneously comply with government requirements in order to legitimize their business. This is why we are here to provide trustworthy and reliable services to assist entrepreneurs establish their companies so that they can focus more on managing their ventures,” said Arriola.
“Business operations are run by people, and managing them without a human resource (HR) manager will be an ordeal. Thus, KaLe offers HR/legal services that may be outsourced by new business owners. We can be the HR and legal department of budding businesses,” added Ignalaga.
“People who run companies also manage property in line with their business. However, managing property takes more than just knowing what to buy and how much to pay for it. Along with buying property comes the responsibility of paying government taxes and making sure it has no encumbrances,” lawyer Amylene Medina, KaLe’s senior partner, explained. “We will help these businesses and property owners manage their assets so they can have peace of mind.”
KaLe’s clients include HawodTech, Persian Palate and eTelecare, among others. (PR)