Thursday, October 12, 2023

DTI's Go Lokal teams up with Okada Manila to Propel Small Businesses


The Department of Trade and Industry-Bureau of Domestic Trade Promotion (DTI-BDTP) has reached another milestone with its Go Lokal! Program with its recent collaboration with Tiger Resorts, Leisure and Entertainment, Inc. (TRLEI), the operator of the acclaimed Forbes Travel Guide Okada Manila is a 5-star integrated resort.

Okada Manila, located in Paranaque Entertainment City, will exclusively showcase Go Lokal! The Retreat Spa and The Sole Retreat Foot Spa and Reflexology Center offer quality grooming, spa, and wellness services. This partnership will also include Okada Manila's additional business areas including PLAY points redemption, The Gift Boutique offers, and in-room amenities for hotel guests.

“Okada Manila has always been a staunch advocate and supporter of supporting Filipino merchants, products, and services since day one. This mutually beneficial partnership with the DTI-BDTP will help us develop more services and offer more Filipino products to our guests. We vow to continue supporting the government in its initiatives to promote how world-class Filipino products are,” TRLEI President and Chief Operating Officer Byron Yip said.

Director Marievic M. Bonoan of the DTI-BDTP emphasized the importance of the new partnership, “Our partnership with Okada Manila will help our local businesses reach new market segments and bolster their presence in the mainstream market.”

Lokal, go! Since its inception in December 2016, a free-market access platform for Philippine micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) has continued to expand its reach through collaboration with chosen retail partners. To date, the DTI has collaborated with 23 retail partners and has opened

112 Go Lokal stores were opened around the country, and 494 MSMEs were helped to become regular suppliers to its retail partners. The program had produced Php 616.27 million in sales as of June 2023.

Stay updated through Go Lokal’’s social media accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

For further details about the DTI’s Go Lokal! campaign, you may also email: DTI-BDTP Director

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