The Balanga Makerspace is a private initiative conceived by a group of engineering students from the Bataan Peninsula State University. Interest was drawn from the need to form a community of thinkers and creative people whose talent can be tapped to build startup businesses that can address local and international problems in the knowledge-based world of the 21st century. It aims to provide a space where people of all ages can come to share ideas that could translate to real products or services and hopes to help build a vibrant community where “makers” work together to share skills and build economic and social value.
Amanda’s Aquamarine Products
A backyard industry that started in 2007, Amanda’s Marine Products now caters to the whole region – and even overseas.
Amanda’s was formerly a modest wet market stall. Now it sells various canned marine products such as sautéed shrimp paste (ginisang bagoong), flavored smoked fish (tinapa), and gourmet dried fish (tuyo).
Under Balanga Entrepreneurial Adaptation and Transformation (BEAT) Program, Amanda’s underwent a reinvention that made it a true pride of Balanga City. Various television shows, both local and international, have featured Amanda’s as a genuine example of self-made success.
Publication of Vacant Positions
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