Thursday, April 19, 2012

TRADECON and ESQUIRE Financing Inc. partner for 4th PHILSME EXPO 2012 at the PICC

So you’re an able entrepreneur and you have some fresh ideas to further your business venture. What’s a good thing to do soon? 

Two things: check out the 4th Philippine Small Medium Enterprises and Franchise Expo (PHILSME EXPO 2012 presented by TRADECON (Trade Advertising Exhibitions & Conventions International Inc. )on May 11, 12 and 13, AND explore the opportunities of growing your business with this year’s co-presenter, ESQUIRE Financing Inc., the country’s Leader in Growth Stage Financing.

The three-day expo happening at the PICC Manila, brings together small and medium enterprises to interact and explore trends and opportunities with over 18,000 trade buyers and potential publics. Exhibitors include industry players from direct selling, insurance, agriculture, hotel and restaurant management, banking, marketing, and service providers.

With its company objective of helping SMEs grow their business, EFI believes that the Phil. SME Expo 2012 is the ideal venue to showcase businesses and brands, and expand one’s network among fellow entrepreneurs and other recognized players and movers in the emerging SME industry.

Established in April 2011 under the flagship of Esquire International Financing Inc., a leading financial institution for the past 30 years boasting of over 6,000 clients and investors in the Philippines and overseas, Esquire Financing Inc. (EFI) is geared toward partnering with SMEs in the crucial growth stage, supporting their specific financial needs by offering strategic consultancy to go with innovative financing solutions.

Rajan Uttamchandani, President and CEO of Esquire Financing Inc. takes pride in EFI’s fast, hassle-free and customized financing packages by saying, “We’re very flexible. We never make more than you make.” Now that’s more than enough reason to start growing your business.

Come to the 4th PHILSME Expo and visit the Esquire booth for inquiries. For registration details and other inquiries, contact Esquire at or call (02) 903-0159, 846-2923 or 846-3074. You may also contact TRADECON at 395-5009, 395-5137, 343-3368, or email

Article Provided By Glorydee Magno

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