BFBCI, DA join forces to serve businesses

Abdul Hannan
Magarang Tago

Alhamdulillah, after several years of tireless efforts, the Bangsamoro Federal Business Council Inc. BFBCI managed to ink cooperation with major business entities in the country including Makati Business Club, Filipino Chinese Federation and Malaysian Chamber of Commerce. 

Recently the group concluded a deal with the Department of Agriculture to help Bangsamoro traders uplift their economic situation.

In 2017, I joined the just formed first Bangsamoro business group founded by now Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Undersecretary Abdulgani Macatoman and RDO Nasraili Conding, the group president.

The high profile business community was created as frontliners to deal with the country’s businessmen in highlighting the contribution of the Muslim traders and uplifting their economic situation.

We aimed also to enhance and promote business coordination and networks with both local and international investors. Attended and took part in top business leaders talks and gathering in the capital.

We engaged and did organized various business conferences including the 2017 business forum in Marawi City immediately following its liberation where Manila-based, Davao and foriegn partners were presents.

We did organized our first Global Business Forum at Manila Hotel last year attended by a number of cabinet members. Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, BARMM Cheif Minister, Ahod “Haj Murad” Balawag was the guest of honor.

BFBCI initiated to contact with Muslim traders as ultimate targets as beneficiaries. We intensified efforts in strengthening ties with Greenhills Muslim traders that concluded with signing of deals.

Recently, Secretary Abdullah “Dabs”Mama-o, Presidential Adviser on OFWs and Muslim Concern, and his wife Madame Luisa Espino Mama-o lead the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony the soft opening of the KADIWA NI ANI AT KITA 24/7 warehouse center at Dona Juana Area, Barangay Holy Spirit, Commonwealth, Quezon City.

This is the pilot KADIWA Center operated under the MOA entered into by BFBCI and its partner GMBCFI(Greenhills Muslim Business Club Foundation, Inc.) with Department of Agriculture (DA).

BFBCI President Al Raiz Datu Nasraili B. Conding and GMBCFI President Engr. Nassif Malawani, together with their respective officers, also graced the occasion.

BFBCI Task Force National Coordinator Arch. Ahmad E. Mama-o and DA officials and members of media were in attendance, too. Kadiwa GUARANTEES the CHEAPEST PRICE for basic commodities!!

The group is working together with various entities to open facilities in Bangsamoro areas including Marawi City and Cotabato to cater to the needs of the Small and Medium Enterprise (SMEs) for them to benefit from the affordable and reduced prices products under DA program. AHMT

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