Fast financing thru EFI
Growing a business poses many challenges. Aside from the usual considerations in capital and finances, there are other requirements such as getting the best staff, maintaining a cash flow and ensuring a profitable future. Unfortunately, sustaining a venture’s initial success is still most challenging, as most businesses eventually close due to mismanagement of funds, among others. For those who looking to grow their businesses, here is a bit of good news. Esquire Financing Inc. (EFI), a leading financing company, seeks to change all that. Not only does it offer fast financing services to small and medium enterprises (SMEs), but it also educates its clients on business management and corporate strategies and analysis, making their business viable and ready for the future. EFI provide strategic consultancy rather than just giving advice from a financial standpoint. The company advises from a business and strategic standpoint. While financial advisers just tell you where to put your money, EFI teaches the visionary how to achieve his vision. “EFI is born out of a 40-year-old business, so we have a strong capital base to service our clients’ needs on a timely basis,” said Rajan Uttamchandani, president, CEO and chairman. “We also take pride in the professionalism of our staff and credit review team. No one in the business does it as efficiently as we do.”
UE Kapit-Bisig turns 30
The University of the East Kapit-Bisig Party Alliance will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 18, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City. Election of seven members of the Board of Trustees of the UE Kapit-Bisig Alumni Association Inc. (UEKBAA) will be held during the event which is expected to gather former student council officers, former campus leaders and former students belonging to the Kapit-Bisig Party Alliance and its allied organizations like the Alyansa ng Mag-aaral sa Pamantasan ng Silangan, fraternities, sororities, varsitarians, academic organization, campus political organizations and interest groups. The highlights of the program will be a museum tour depicting the dark years of martial law days, awarding and special recognitions, cocktail party and lastly UEKBAA 2012 Board of Trustees election. Former governor Eastern Samar Rep. Ben Evardone leads the Gawad Kapit-Bisig awardees. He was the first USC president under the banner of Kapit-Bisig ng Mag-aaral at Sambayanan in 1982. Also to be honored during the event are founding members, AMPS, and USC/USG presidents belonging to the country’s oldest campus political party which is still existing and championing students’ rights and welfare. Radical Change Acoustic will provide the entertainment. For more details, call Nikko Zapata (0923-4196516), Boy Viloria (0921-986-9365), Jun Lopez (0926-7423530) for tickets, or log on to www.uekapitbisig.org.
DFP shop at Manila Ocean Park
Duty Free Philippines (DFP), in its commitment to be of service to international travelers market and to Philippine tourism has opened a duty free store at the Manila Ocean Park, the country’s all-season, all-weather holiday destination for locals and tourists. The Department of Tourism’s attached agency believes that a duty free store in Manila’s integrated resort facility with marine life attractions will be able to cater to the duty-free shopping needs of the Manila Ocean Park’s loyal patrons and visitors who recently traveled abroad. DFP’s retail presence in the fast rising tourist hub shows its utmost dedication to serve the balikbayans, overseas Filipino workers, regular Filipino travelers, foreign tourists and tour groups.