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DTI-7 Conducts Webinar Series in Celebration of the Consumer Welfare Month

By: - October 12, 2020

The Department of Trade and Industry Region 7 (DTI-7) goes digital as it joins the nation in celebrating the Consumer Welfare Month.

In response to the present crisis, the DTI-7 launched its Ready to Recover series of informative webinars held via its Facebook page to jumpstart the economic rebuilding and recovery process of the business sector.

Check-in at the DTI-7 official Facebook page @DTI.Region7 on the said dates and watch these webinars.

These webinars were meant to tackle Smart Contact Tracing and how businesses can use the apps to keep their customers and staff safe.

Department of Trade and Industry Region 7’s scheduled webinars for the Consumer Welfare Month | Contributed Photo

The first session was entitled Understanding Smart Contact Tracing: For Safer Communities and for Faster Business Recovery. This was followed by Pitch Party: Curated Contact Tracing Apps and Pitch Party 2: Curated Contact Tracing Apps + DIY Workshop on QR-Based Contact Tracing System Application.

Bannering the theme “Sustainable Consumer in the New Normal”, the DTI-7 will hold another webinar series in celebration of the Consumer Welfare Month on Oct 14-23 this year.These webinars amplify the importance of consumer rights and responsibilities, as well as entrepreneurial integrity.


READ MORE: DTI: Maintain work from home setup, if possible 


The following are webinar topics with corresponding dates.

• Consumer Complaint? The Right Agency for the Right Action on October 14, 2020 • A Sustainable Consumer is an Empowered Consumer on October 15, 2020

• Straight Talk on COVID Health Protocols on October 16, 2020

• Food Safety for Food Deliveries on October 23, 2020

We are inviting you to check-in at the DTI-7 official Facebook page @DTI.Region7 on the said dates and watch these webinars!



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