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Why Philippines?

The Philippines does not only boast breath taking sceneries, beautifully warm people and a rich culture, the country has also managed to boost the economy with its success in various business sectors. With its prosperous economy and vibrancy, the Philippines remain a top choice for local and foreign investors.

MAKATI

Makati has been the Philippines' financial center since the 1960s. It is home to many multinational and national companies that have situated their main offices or country offices in the city.

Among other corporate institutions that outline the city, The Philippine Stock Exchange and Makati Business Club are also found in the Central Business District of Makati.

To many working professionals, being located in Makati is ideal. Not only does the city hold many opportunities for career advancement, it also boasts various establishments stretching from malls, commercial stores, outdoor parks and residential communities which makes Makati an all-around-place.

Alabang

The growth and development of Alabang since the late 1990s has been nothing less than impressive. From being a farmland in the 1980s, it is now a center of newly developed commercial, business, industrial and commercial establishments.

Filinvest Development Corporation and Ayala Corporation, the main developers responsible for transforming the area, have given birth to must-visit establishments such as the Alabang Town Center and Festival Supermall.

Aside from the commercial establishments, residential communities are also prominent in Alabang making it a good choice for young and growing families.

Bonifacio Global City (BGC)

What started out as a Fort for the Americans during the early 1900s, Bonifacio Global City has now transformed into an urban city with world-class business, commercial and residential establishments. Formerly known as Fort Bonifacio, the Bonifacio Global City is a part of the BCDA (Bases Conversion and Development Authority), which is a government-owned corporation that aims to convert former US military bases into alternative use, such as mix-use areas.

Modern buildings, strategically placed amenities, open parks, sate of the art facilities, high-end restaurants and clubs makes Bonifacio Global City the place to be.

Ortigas

The Ortigas Center is the second largest business district in the Philippines, coming in only after the Makati Business District. Ortigas is a hub of shopping malls, offices, skyscrapers, condominiums and other complexes. Ortigas is fenced around by major roads such as EDSA, Ortigas Avenue and Shaw Bouleard, making it a strategic and accessible location for everyone.