BALANGA CITY, Bataan – More young small and medium entrepreneurs are expecting great potential in the retailing business with the current economic growth and potential job employment opportunities with industrial expansion in the historic peninsula.
Despite the establishment of shopping malls, Leonardo Hernandez, a proprietor of a dry goods stall inside the Balanga City Greater Public Market here opined the proliferation of commercial and shopping centers in this City is a dynamic indicator implying the burgeoning marketing operations due to high level of consumption and business confidence of the fast growing component city in Central Luzon.
Hernandez, whose family is engaged in the selling of Batangas coffee in the old Balanga Public Market, shares his insights of striving to excel in your chosen field principally on retailing, the value of hard work and resourcefulness as successful tangible lessons from his more than two decades as dry goods store owner, with his wife’s expertise on the financial aspect.
With identified and strategically designated operational industrial growth areas and Special Economic Zones, Bataan becomes one of the investment hubs in Central Luzon with the expected of passage of pertinent law.
The positive output of the vibrant economic objectives of the local government officials has substantially influenced the consumer requirement trends of the city residents and neighboring towns.
He strongly advocated the continuous implementation of socio-economic development programs of the local government and active involvement of private institutions of sustaining a business friendly atmosphere in a peaceful community are the biggest motivational mechanisms to achieve prosperity.