Business Name (BN) Registration is one of the principal front-line service of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). It aims to maintain a nationwide registry of business names mainly on Sole Proprietorship.
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Notice to the Public
We wish to inform the public that per advise of BancNet through its Advisory dated March 30, 2016, the BancNet's Internet Payment Gateway (IPG) facility is currently undergoing systems maintenance. As such, online payment thru BancNet for any business name-related transaction may be unavailable for one(1) month from the release of this advisory. The Bancnet memorandum can be found at: BancNet Memorandum
Should you wish to proceed paying via online, you may still use our GCash Payment facility, or you may proceed to any DTI Field office nearest you.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our clients.
Notice to the Public
Online early renewal for Business Name now in place
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) now offers the online early renewal of business name registration as part of its effort to provide an enabling environment for businesses to grow in the country.
“With this initiative, we intend to lower cost of doing business, save time, and avoid the long queues in DTI offices nationwide. Likewise, we promote a paperless environment in government,” DTI Undersecretary Nora K. Terrado said.
Terrado said that to avail of this scheme, sole proprietors may log on to the Business Name Registration System’s (BNRS) website at bnrs.dti.gov.ph, and process the renewal of their business name registration three months before its expiration. Within this period, online updating of business profile is allowed and free of charge.
In the old manual scheme, change of business name information is done through DTI tellers with a fee of P65, which includes P50 renewal fee and P15 documentary stamp tax per transaction.
“With this online early renewal scheme in place together with the electronic payment (ePayment) facility using BancNet debit card or GCash, renewal transactions may now be processed through computers or mobile phones through the internet within 15 minutes, anytime, anywhere,” Terrado said.
The following fees will be based on the scope of business name being applied for renewal: barangay, P200; city or municipality, P500; regional, P1,000; and national, P2,000. Change of business name scope will be in accordance to current validation rules.
For more information on this scheme, you may call the DTI Call Center through 751.3330 and Business Name Registration System (BNRS) Helpdesk at 751.3142, 751.3259 and 751.3257 and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, please be informed that as of January 21, 2014, the ePayment facility that handles the BancNet and GCash payment for business name registration is now available to the public. This means that sole proprietors can now apply and renew their business name registration online and enjoy the convenience of paying the applicable fees through their mobile phones and computers in the comfort of their homes or offices. For more information, please click on our FAQs section or call 751.3330.