THE Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) consented to a Memorandum of Arrangement (MOA) with the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants-Cebu Chapter (Picpa Cebu Chapter) to lead bookkeeping and expense tutoring sessions.
The MOA expects to set the joint effort between the two associations.
As a component of its corporate social duty and expert improvement programs, Picpa Cebu Chapter will loan its skill and encourage expense and bookkeeping business courses for CCCI's individuals.
CCCI, then again, will deal with the program's members and offices.
A warning issued by CCCI clarified the requirement for organizations to be guided on the "inexorably mind boggling duty rules" in the midst of the "more thorough and facilitated implementation by expense specialists."
"Having such a program would lessen chance, increment effectiveness, furnish an association with bits of knowledge into their organizations, encourage better key arrangement and upgrade the association's image," said CCCI president Virgilio Espeleta Jr.
Espeleta and Picpa Cebu Chapter president and P&A Grant Thornton head of Cebu and Davao branches Wendell Ganhinhin consented to the arrangement, with Cebu Business Month administrator Lilu Aliño, CCCI corporate secretary Francis Dy, CCCI VP for fund Felix Taguiam and Picpa Cebu Chapter approaching president Maria Asuncion Benlot.
The tutoring system was propelled during the Entrepreneur's Summit of Cebu Business Month on June 13, 2019.