[Kapatid Mentor ME Program Mentees’ Stories] Quenching the Entrepreneurial Thirst

Zam’s Delight Foods started out as a grocery store but eventually ventured into calamansi drink products. Sheryl Jean Candido and her family developed the flavor according to their own tastes as they used to make calamansi juice to quench their own thirsts.

For Sheryl, attending KMME boosted her self-confidence to pursue her business despite the competition in the market. The program is key in the “development of entrepreneurs to innovate and level up [in] life,” she said.


The Kapatid Mentor ME (KMME) is a joint program of the Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship – Go Negosyo and Department of Trade and Industry which aims to help Micro, Small and Medium Entrepreneurs scale up their business through weekly coaching and mentoring by business owners and practitioners on different functional areas of entrepreneurship to be held in Negosyo Centers nationwide. New batches of KMME will roll out nationwide this 2018! #DTIGoNegosyoMentorME