2 Ilonggos succeed on bangus, biscocho
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Tomas Hautea began exercising his entrepreneurial skills when he was still a student. At 18, Tomas also ventured into agriculture and leased fishponds, eventually purchasing the now family-owned fishpond in Dumangas, Iloilo plus other fishponds in their locality and neighboring towns. At the dawn of the new millennium, Tomas again entered another business – bangus (milkfish) hatchery. With the support of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund and Land Bank of the Philippines, Tomas started the construction of his bangus hatchery in 2003.
2 Ilonggos succeed on bangus, biscocho. (2008, September 7). The Philippine Star, pp. 1, 5.
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Agriculture; Fish ponds; Milkfish culture; Fish culture; Shrimp culture; Aquaculture; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC); National Cottage Industry Development Authority; Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund; Land Bank of the Philippines; Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship; Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Region VI; Taytay sa Kauswagan Inc.; Micro Finance Council of the Philippines; Iloilo Business Club; PLDT SME Nation; Smart Communications; Globe Business; Condura; RFM Corp.; Ariel; Entrepreneurs School of Asia; San Miguel Corp.; Splash Group of Companies; V-cargo; Kettle Korn; Iloilo Supermart; The Philippine STAR; GMA 7; QTV 11; Philippine Daily Inquirer; ASPAC-LAW; Full Circle Communications; Select Media; Creativevoices; Idealminds; Central Philippine University (CPU); Amigo Hotel; The President’s Social Fund; Inter-Agency Coordinating Committee–Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises; Bench Transport Services; Rent A Car; F & E Enterprises; Hautea, Tomas; Concepcion, Jose III; Hon, Antonio; Abad, Dominic; De Leon, Angel; Remonde, Cerge; Guadarrama, Jose Gerardo; Guadarrama, Carlos; Guadarrama, Teresa
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