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You Can Now Get Your Business Permit in One Hour in Quezon City

LGU opens one-stop shops for processing business and construction permits

Entrepreneurs in Quezon City can now register their businesses in just one hour through the one-stop shop launched by the Quezon City government, the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) said on Friday, March 9.Through the Business One-Stop Shop (BOSS), the QC Business Permit ...

by Pauline Macaraeg  | March 16, 2018 09:00:00
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Hilarious Suggestions to QC's Order for Foreign-Named Businesses To Have Local Translations

Masayahing Bubuyog, anyone?

Quezon City recently released an ordinance that requires business establishments with names that are in a foreign language to have an accompanying signboard with an English and/or local translation.According to the City Ordinance 2604-2017, all restaurants, karaoke and sing-along bars, cocktail lounges, ...

by Khatrina Bonagua for  | January 20, 2018 11:00:00
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QC Business Owners Near Hospitals Could Benefit from LGU’s Medical Tourism Push

The local government wants to turn areas around hospitals into medical support zones

The Quezon City government wants to develop medical support zones around a cluster of specialized government hospitals in the city in a bid to become a major medical tourism destination in the world by the year 2020.The city is host to a ...

by Cherrie Regalado  | June 13, 2017 12:00:00
News and Events

Quezon City taps tourism to boost local businesses, revenue

New campaign expected to grow city’s Php 25M tourism sector

Quezon City, the country’s largest city by population and the biggest in Metro Manila in terms of land area, is giving one sector a particularly fresh look to produce more businesses and earn more revenue – tourism.The local government has recently launched ...

by Patricia C. Verzo  | September 07, 2016 06:00:00
Startup Tips

Register your business in 30 minutes

One-registry system cuts red tape for businesses in Quezon City.

It used to be that an entrepreneur wanting to open a business in Quezon City will have to wait at least five days to register his business, now the same process can be done in 30 minutes. Quezon City Mayor Herbert M. ...

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