The City of Mati was very enthusiastic in the holding of the Business and Stakeholders Consultative Forum yesterday at Lane’s Kita-anan.
In collaboration with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and hosted by the Oriental Pacific Business Chamber, Inc. (OPBCI), the gathering of businessmen was made possible.
“We hope to have positively aroused the interest of each and everyone in initiating programs, projects and activities through public and private partnership endeavors that will enhance further the business and investment climate in our fast growing city and propel the City of Mati into a thriving economy where all Matinians can draw progress and prosperity,” Mayor Carlo Rabat said in his speech during the Forum, delivered by City Administrator Engr. Joel Capalit.
The event aims to pursue inclusive growth and development not only for the beloved City of Mati, but the Province of Davao Oriental as a whole.
Meanwhile, City of Mati Chief Executive Assistant Tanya Rabat-Tan presented the investment opportunities and priorities in the City of Mati and the Solid Waste Integrated Management (SWIM Program). Vice Mayor Glenda Rabat-Gayta on the other hand shared the Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Movement, a program which encourages active participation of the youth.