About My Puhunan

Ang MY PUHUNAN ay ang business public service program ng ABS-CBN Integrated News na nagtatampok ng iba’t-ibang kwento ng mga negosyanteng nagtagumpay sa kanilang larangan. Layon nitong magbigay inspirasyon sa ating mga Kapamilya na nangangarap makabuo ng kanilang sariling negosyo at unti-unting magtagumpay sa buhay.

About the Host

Si Karen Davila ay isang batikang brodkaster sa Pilipinas. Sa loob ng mahigit dalawang dekada, naging institusyon na siya sa telebisyon at radyo, nanalo sa prestihiyosong TOYM o Ten Outstanding Young Men Awards for Broadcasting noong 2008 maging sa TOWNS o Ten Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service Award in Broadcasting noong 2013.

Noong 2010, napili si Karen bilang Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, isang pagkilala na ibinibigay sa mga magagaling na propesyonal na wala pang 40 ang edad. Dahil rito, nakapag-aral ng Leadership courses si Karen sa Harvard Kennedy School, Yale at Lee Kwan Yew School of Government. Siya rin ang naging pangunahing moderator para sa TV sessions ng World Economic Forum East Asia Summits sa Manila at Jakarta.

Nagsimula ang karera ni Karen sa brodkasting bilang isang investigative journalist. Naging manunulat rin siya ng balita at dokumentaryo. Nanalo ang dokumentaryo niyang “Children in Jail” sa UNICEF Child Rights Awards, at ang dokumentaryo niyang “Children and Street Drugs” sa New York TV and Film Awards. Naging contributor rin siya sa CNN Special Report noong 1999, kung saan nanalo siya ng bronze medal para sa pangkalikasang balita niya tungkol sa Marinduque Mine Spill. Nanalo rin siya sa iba’t ibang lokal na awards gaya ng Rotary Club’s Journalist of the Year (2004) at mga parangal mula sa UP, DLSU at UST. Hall of Fame Awardee rin siya sa Anak TV Awards bilang mabuting ehemplo ng kabataan.

Sa ngayon, mapapanood at mapapakinggan siya sa kanyang tatlong live TV at radio programs na umeere araw-araw: ang Headstart na isang news talk show sa ABS-CBN News Channel o ANC, ang Pasada 630 sa DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 at DZMM TeleRadyo, at isa sa tatlong anchor sa Bandila, ang pang-gabing newscast sa ABS-CBN. Siya rin ang host ng My Puhunan, isang business program na may layuning makatulong sa mga Pinoy na gustong magtagumpay sa pagnenegosyo.

Maituturing rin si Karen na “social media influencer”, dahil sa kasalukuyan, mayroon siyang 3.04 million followers sa Twitter at 406k followers naman sa Instagram.

Isa ring volunteer si Karen. Miyembro siya ng Habitat for Humanity at World Vision sa nakaraang samputang taon. Isa siyang advocate para sa mga kabataan at kababaihan.

SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS

Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyPuhunan
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MyPuhunan
Instagram: www.instagram.com/mypuhunantv

CONTACT US

Email: mypuhunantv@gmail.com
Telephone Number: 415-2272 local 5322

KA-PUHUNAN PARTNERS

A. DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY (DTI)

Negosyo Center National Capital Regional Offices and Contact Persons/Numbers

Area 1 (Manila, Parañaque, Pasay)
Contact Person : Dahlia Nuñez

  • Negosyo Center Pasay
    Mezzanine Floor, Roxas Strip Bldg,
    Roxas Blvd. cor. Arnaiz Ave., Pasay
    T-6594203
    email - nc.pasaycity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Parañaque
    4th Floor, Parañaque City Hall
    San Antonio Ave., Parañaque City
    T-2456702
    email - nc.parañaquecity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Manila (Lucky ChinaTown)
    3/f Bld. B, Cityplace Square, Lucky Chinatown, Reina Regente St., Binondo City of Manila
    Mobile- 09175177999
    email - nc.cityofmanila@gmail.com

Area 2 (Pasig, Pateros, Makati, Taguig, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa)
Area Head - DC Rowena D.B. San Jose

  • Negosyo Center Makati (DTI Area Office)
    G/F Metro House Bldg., 345 Sen Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
    T - 8118236/8118367
    email - nc.dti.makaticity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Las Piñas
    2/F Villar SIPAG, C5 Extension Rd., Brgy. Pulanglupa Uno, Las Piñas
    T - 5519105
    e-mail nc.villarsipag.laspinas@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Pasig
    GAD Career Center, Pasig City Hall
    Compound, San Nicolas, Pasig City
    T - 6280365
    email- nc.pasig@gmail.com

Area 3 (Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong)
Area Head - DC Elma P. Viray

  • 3/F Lux Center Bldg., EDSA, Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City
    T- 5703716
    email- ncro_area3@dti.gov.ph
  • Negosyo Center Mandaluyong
    Amado T. Reyes Park, back of Executive Blue Bldg., City Hall Complex, Maysilo Circle, Brgy. Plainview, Mandaluyong City
    T-5325001 loc. 579/721-4092
    email- ncmandaluyong@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Quezon City
    G/F Civic Center A Bldg. (BPLO) Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City
    Mobile -09175059574
    email- nc.quezoncity@gmail.com
  • Center for Innovation and Technology for Enterprises (CITE; covers Marikina
    OIC Ferdinand O. Angeles
    CITC Compound, Russet St., SSS Village, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
    T- 941-4561/9423883
  • Negosyo Center Marikina
    36 Russet St., SSS Village, Concepcion Dos, Marikina
    T-7193739
    email - nccitemarikina@gmail.com

Area 4 (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela
Area Head - DC Rosanna B. Aligaya

  • SME Team:
    3/F Lux Center Bldg., EDSA, Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City
    T- 5703716
  • BRC Valenzuela: Motorpool, MacArthur Highway, Dalandanan, Valenzuela City (near Puregold)
    Mobile - 09175394151
  • Negosyo Center Malabon
    Malabon City Hall Annex Cmpd., F. Sevilla Boulevard, San Agustin, Malabon City
    T -2814999 loc. 1100
    email - nc.malaboncity@gmail.com

For DTI Philippines: https://www.facebook.com/DTI.Philippines/

B. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (DOLE)

Vision, Mission, and Functions

The Department of Labor and Employment is mandated as the primary policy-making, programming, coordinating and administrative entity of the Executive Branch of the government in the field of labor and employment. It assumes the primary responsibilities of promoting gainful employment opportunities and optimizing the development and utilization of the country's manpower resources; advancing workers' welfare by providing for just and humane working conditions and terms of employment; and maintaining industrial peace by promoting harmonious, equitable, and stable employment relations that assure equal protection for the rights of all concerned parties.

Its long-term vision is that every Filipino worker attains full, decent and productive employment. To attain this vision, the DOLE’s continuing mission is to promote gainful employment opportunities, develop the country’s human resources, protect workers and promote their welfare, and maintain industrial peace by:

  1. enforcing social and labor legislation to protect the working class and regulate the relations between the worker and his employer;
  2. formulating and recommending policies, plans and programs for manpower development, training, allocation, and utilization;
  3. recommending legislation to enhance the material, social and intellectual improvement of the nation's labor force;
  4. enforcing social and labor legislation to protect the working class and regulate the relations between the worker and his employer;
  5. protecting and promoting the interest of every citizen desiring to work locally or overseas by securing for him the most equitable terms and conditions of employment, and by providing social and welfare services;
  6. regulating the employment of aliens, including the enforcement of a registration or work permit system for such aliens, as provided for by law;
  7. formulating general guidelines concerning wage and income policy;
  8. recommending necessary adjustments in wage structures with a view to developing a wage system that is consistent with national economic and social development plans;
  9. providing for safe, decent, humane and improved working conditions and environment for all workers, particularly women and young workers;
  10. maintaining a harmonious, equitable and stable labor relations system that is supportive of the national economic policies and programs;
  11. upholding the right of workers and employers to organize and promote free collective bargaining as the foundation of the labor relations system;
  12. providing and ensuring the fair and expeditious settlement and disposition of labor and industrial disputes through collective bargaining, grievance machinery, conciliation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, compulsory arbitration as may be provided by law, and other modes that may be voluntarily agreed upon by the parties concerned; and
  13. other functions as may be provided by law.

Source: https://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/view/7
Contact DOLE: https://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/contact

C. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DOST)

Originally established as the National Science and Development Board (NSDB) on 13 June 1958, it was reconstituted as the National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) on 17 March 1981 with the vision of "A competent and competitive science and technology community with a social conscience."

With the agency's elevation to full cabinet stature by virtue of Executive Order 128 signed on 30 January 1987, the functions and responsibilities of DOST expanded correspondingly to include the following:

  1. Pursue the declared state policy of supporting local scientific and technological effort
  2. Develop local capability to achieve technological self-reliance
  3. Encourage greater private sector participation in research and development

Department of Science and Technology - Central Office (DOST-CO)

DOST Building, Gen. Santos Avenue Bicutan, Taguig City Metro Manila 1631 Philippines
(632) 837-20-71 to 82 (632) 837-2937
http://www.dost.gov.ph

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES

Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI)

C.P. Garcia Avenue, Technology Park Complex U.P. Campus, Dilman, Quezon City 1101 Philippines
+63 2 4269755; 4269760; 9273503; 927 +63 2 9258598
http://www.asti.dost.gov.ph
info@asti.dost.gov.ph

Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI)

FNRI Bldg., DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Avenue Bicutan, Taguig City Metro Manila
PHILIPPINES 1631
(632) 837-2934 (632) 837-3164
http://www.fnri.dost.gov.ph/
mas@fnri.dost.gov.ph

Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI)

Narra Street, Forestry Campus, 4031 College, Laguna 4031 Philippines
63 495362360 63 495363630
http://www.fprdi.dost.gov.ph/

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is the premiere science and technology body in the country charged with the twin mandate of providing central direction, leadership and coordination of all scientific and technological activities, and of formulating policies, programs and projects to support national development.

About My Puhunan

Ang MY PUHUNAN ay ang business public service program ng ABS-CBN Integrated News na nagtatampok ng iba’t-ibang kwento ng mga negosyanteng nagtagumpay sa kanilang larangan. Layon nitong magbigay inspirasyon sa ating mga Kapamilya na nangangarap makabuo ng kanilang sariling negosyo at unti-unting magtagumpay sa buhay.

About the Host

Si Karen Davila ay isang batikang brodkaster sa Pilipinas. Sa loob ng mahigit dalawang dekada, naging institusyon na siya sa telebisyon at radyo, nanalo sa prestihiyosong TOYM o Ten Outstanding Young Men Awards for Broadcasting noong 2008 maging sa TOWNS o Ten Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service Award in Broadcasting noong 2013.

Noong 2010, napili si Karen bilang Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, isang pagkilala na ibinibigay sa mga magagaling na propesyonal na wala pang 40 ang edad. Dahil rito, nakapag-aral ng Leadership courses si Karen sa Harvard Kennedy School, Yale at Lee Kwan Yew School of Government. Siya rin ang naging pangunahing moderator para sa TV sessions ng World Economic Forum East Asia Summits sa Manila at Jakarta.

Nagsimula ang karera ni Karen sa brodkasting bilang isang investigative journalist. Naging manunulat rin siya ng balita at dokumentaryo. Nanalo ang dokumentaryo niyang “Children in Jail” sa UNICEF Child Rights Awards, at ang dokumentaryo niyang “Children and Street Drugs” sa New York TV and Film Awards. Naging contributor rin siya sa CNN Special Report noong 1999, kung saan nanalo siya ng bronze medal para sa pangkalikasang balita niya tungkol sa Marinduque Mine Spill. Nanalo rin siya sa iba’t ibang lokal na awards gaya ng Rotary Club’s Journalist of the Year (2004) at mga parangal mula sa UP, DLSU at UST. Hall of Fame Awardee rin siya sa Anak TV Awards bilang mabuting ehemplo ng kabataan.

Sa ngayon, mapapanood at mapapakinggan siya sa kanyang tatlong live TV at radio programs na umeere araw-araw: ang Headstart na isang news talk show sa ABS-CBN News Channel o ANC, ang Pasada 630 sa DZMM Radyo Patrol 630 at DZMM TeleRadyo, at isa sa tatlong anchor sa Bandila, ang pang-gabing newscast sa ABS-CBN. Siya rin ang host ng My Puhunan, isang business program na may layuning makatulong sa mga Pinoy na gustong magtagumpay sa pagnenegosyo.

Maituturing rin si Karen na “social media influencer”, dahil sa kasalukuyan, mayroon siyang 3.04 million followers sa Twitter at 406k followers naman sa Instagram.

Isa ring volunteer si Karen. Miyembro siya ng Habitat for Humanity at World Vision sa nakaraang samputang taon. Isa siyang advocate para sa mga kabataan at kababaihan.

SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS

Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyPuhunan
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MyPuhunan
Instagram: www.instagram.com/mypuhunantv

CONTACT US

Email: mypuhunantv@gmail.com
Telephone Number: 415-2272 local 5322

KA-PUHUNAN PARTNERS

A. DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY (DTI)

Negosyo Center National Capital Regional Offices and Contact Persons/Numbers

Area 1 (Manila, Parañaque, Pasay)
Contact Person : Dahlia Nuñez

  • Negosyo Center Pasay
    Mezzanine Floor, Roxas Strip Bldg,
    Roxas Blvd. cor. Arnaiz Ave., Pasay
    T-6594203
    email - nc.pasaycity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Parañaque
    4th Floor, Parañaque City Hall
    San Antonio Ave., Parañaque City
    T-2456702
    email - nc.parañaquecity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Manila (Lucky ChinaTown)
    3/f Bld. B, Cityplace Square, Lucky Chinatown, Reina Regente St., Binondo City of Manila
    Mobile- 09175177999
    email - nc.cityofmanila@gmail.com

Area 2 (Pasig, Pateros, Makati, Taguig, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa)
Area Head - DC Rowena D.B. San Jose

  • Negosyo Center Makati (DTI Area Office)
    G/F Metro House Bldg., 345 Sen Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
    T - 8118236/8118367
    email - nc.dti.makaticity@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Las Piñas
    2/F Villar SIPAG, C5 Extension Rd., Brgy. Pulanglupa Uno, Las Piñas
    T - 5519105
    e-mail nc.villarsipag.laspinas@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Pasig
    GAD Career Center, Pasig City Hall
    Compound, San Nicolas, Pasig City
    T - 6280365
    email- nc.pasig@gmail.com

Area 3 (Quezon City, San Juan, Mandaluyong)
Area Head - DC Elma P. Viray

  • 3/F Lux Center Bldg., EDSA, Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City
    T- 5703716
    email- ncro_area3@dti.gov.ph
  • Negosyo Center Mandaluyong
    Amado T. Reyes Park, back of Executive Blue Bldg., City Hall Complex, Maysilo Circle, Brgy. Plainview, Mandaluyong City
    T-5325001 loc. 579/721-4092
    email- ncmandaluyong@gmail.com
  • Negosyo Center Quezon City
    G/F Civic Center A Bldg. (BPLO) Quezon City Hall Compound, Quezon City
    Mobile -09175059574
    email- nc.quezoncity@gmail.com
  • Center for Innovation and Technology for Enterprises (CITE; covers Marikina
    OIC Ferdinand O. Angeles
    CITC Compound, Russet St., SSS Village, Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
    T- 941-4561/9423883
  • Negosyo Center Marikina
    36 Russet St., SSS Village, Concepcion Dos, Marikina
    T-7193739
    email - nccitemarikina@gmail.com

Area 4 (Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela
Area Head - DC Rosanna B. Aligaya

  • SME Team:
    3/F Lux Center Bldg., EDSA, Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City
    T- 5703716
  • BRC Valenzuela: Motorpool, MacArthur Highway, Dalandanan, Valenzuela City (near Puregold)
    Mobile - 09175394151
  • Negosyo Center Malabon
    Malabon City Hall Annex Cmpd., F. Sevilla Boulevard, San Agustin, Malabon City
    T -2814999 loc. 1100
    email - nc.malaboncity@gmail.com

For DTI Philippines: https://www.facebook.com/DTI.Philippines/

B. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT (DOLE)

Vision, Mission, and Functions

The Department of Labor and Employment is mandated as the primary policy-making, programming, coordinating and administrative entity of the Executive Branch of the government in the field of labor and employment. It assumes the primary responsibilities of promoting gainful employment opportunities and optimizing the development and utilization of the country's manpower resources; advancing workers' welfare by providing for just and humane working conditions and terms of employment; and maintaining industrial peace by promoting harmonious, equitable, and stable employment relations that assure equal protection for the rights of all concerned parties.

Its long-term vision is that every Filipino worker attains full, decent and productive employment. To attain this vision, the DOLE’s continuing mission is to promote gainful employment opportunities, develop the country’s human resources, protect workers and promote their welfare, and maintain industrial peace by:

  1. enforcing social and labor legislation to protect the working class and regulate the relations between the worker and his employer;
  2. formulating and recommending policies, plans and programs for manpower development, training, allocation, and utilization;
  3. recommending legislation to enhance the material, social and intellectual improvement of the nation's labor force;
  4. enforcing social and labor legislation to protect the working class and regulate the relations between the worker and his employer;
  5. protecting and promoting the interest of every citizen desiring to work locally or overseas by securing for him the most equitable terms and conditions of employment, and by providing social and welfare services;
  6. regulating the employment of aliens, including the enforcement of a registration or work permit system for such aliens, as provided for by law;
  7. formulating general guidelines concerning wage and income policy;
  8. recommending necessary adjustments in wage structures with a view to developing a wage system that is consistent with national economic and social development plans;
  9. providing for safe, decent, humane and improved working conditions and environment for all workers, particularly women and young workers;
  10. maintaining a harmonious, equitable and stable labor relations system that is supportive of the national economic policies and programs;
  11. upholding the right of workers and employers to organize and promote free collective bargaining as the foundation of the labor relations system;
  12. providing and ensuring the fair and expeditious settlement and disposition of labor and industrial disputes through collective bargaining, grievance machinery, conciliation, mediation, voluntary arbitration, compulsory arbitration as may be provided by law, and other modes that may be voluntarily agreed upon by the parties concerned; and
  13. other functions as may be provided by law.

Source: https://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/view/7
Contact DOLE: https://www.dole.gov.ph/pages/contact

C. DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DOST)

Originally established as the National Science and Development Board (NSDB) on 13 June 1958, it was reconstituted as the National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) on 17 March 1981 with the vision of "A competent and competitive science and technology community with a social conscience."

With the agency's elevation to full cabinet stature by virtue of Executive Order 128 signed on 30 January 1987, the functions and responsibilities of DOST expanded correspondingly to include the following:

  1. Pursue the declared state policy of supporting local scientific and technological effort
  2. Develop local capability to achieve technological self-reliance
  3. Encourage greater private sector participation in research and development

Department of Science and Technology - Central Office (DOST-CO)

DOST Building, Gen. Santos Avenue Bicutan, Taguig City Metro Manila 1631 Philippines
(632) 837-20-71 to 82 (632) 837-2937
http://www.dost.gov.ph

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES

Advanced Science and Technology Institute (ASTI)

C.P. Garcia Avenue, Technology Park Complex U.P. Campus, Dilman, Quezon City 1101 Philippines
+63 2 4269755; 4269760; 9273503; 927 +63 2 9258598
http://www.asti.dost.gov.ph
info@asti.dost.gov.ph

Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI)

FNRI Bldg., DOST Compound, Gen. Santos Avenue Bicutan, Taguig City Metro Manila
PHILIPPINES 1631
(632) 837-2934 (632) 837-3164
http://www.fnri.dost.gov.ph/
mas@fnri.dost.gov.ph

Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI)

Narra Street, Forestry Campus, 4031 College, Laguna 4031 Philippines
63 495362360 63 495363630
http://www.fprdi.dost.gov.ph/

The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is the premiere science and technology body in the country charged with the twin mandate of providing central direction, leadership and coordination of all scientific and technological activities, and of formulating policies, programs and projects to support national development.