Antipolo extends deadline for business permit renewal
The local government of Antipolo City has given business owners a month extension in securing business permits through online process, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
In an announcement on its Facebook page, the city government said its Electronic Business One Stop Shop or the so-called “e-Boss 2023” has been extended until Feb. 24, Friday.
Applicants securing permits for new business and renewal through electronic transactions are enjoined to coordinate or contact the Business Permit and Licensing Office of the city government through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling its hotline, 8689-4535/ 8689-4586/or 8689-4500.
The link: https://www.facebook.com/bploantipolocity may also be helpful for other concerns that the business permit applicants may have.
They may also go to https://bit.ly/eBOSSGuidelines for the complete and detailed instructions on how to file their application, either for new business or renewal of business.
The office of Mayor Casimiro “Junjun” Ynares III also announced that there are Online Assistance Areas located at the ground floor of Antipolo City Hall main building; second floor of the old cinema area of Robinson’s Antipolo (main building) and at the third floor of SM Cherry to assist the public in the online processes.
Those who opt to file at the BOSS at the ground floor of the city hall building may need to book their appointment online through the link: https://bit.ly/e-BOSS-OnlineBooking.
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