The Quezon City government recently launched the online registration system for new corporations, partnerships, foundations, and cooperatives as part of the city?s efforts to streamline services and its initiative in ease of doing business.
Under the new service, a business owner can register his new business by first going to the quezoncity.gov.ph website and accessing the e-services portal by clicking the icon of QC eServices.
Using their valid emails, users can register and login to their accounts and proceed with the registration by filing in the required fields for the online application.
Applicants also need to submit as attachment, scanned copies of their barangay clearance, certificate of registration from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) and evidence of authorization to use the business site to initiate the registration process.
Once submitted, the application will proceed electronically to the Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) and the user can wait for the email message for update on his application.
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