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Philippine Economic Briefing in London 2018. PH top economic and infrastructure managers successfully showcased the Philippines’ stable and robust growth, along with infrastructure projects and big-ticket investment opportunities to foreign stakeholders in London. The Philippines is making headway as international investors highlight the bright prospects of a growing economy amidst global distractions.
Kapihan sa Pasuguan: Usapang Trabaho, Negosyo at Kabuhayan with Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon M. Lopez
Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon M. Lopez headlined the ‘Kapihan sa Pasuguan’ at the Philippine Embassy in London on 22 September 2018. The Secretary was joined by the Philippine Franchise Association officers and Jollibee representatives as special guests.
Undersecretary Rodolfo speaks at major Asia trade conference
Philippine Department of Trade and Industry’s Undersecretary for Industry Development and Trade Policy, Ceferino S. Rodolfo, gave a speech at Asia House’s conference, ‘Asia Trade in the New Global Order,’ in Hong Kong on the 27th of November 2017. As Asia House’s first largest event outside of London, the conference aimed at bringing the trade debate to an Asian platform. It brought together thought leaders from across the globe including high-level government representatives, former ministers and government representatives, and the ASEAN Secretariat.
Non-executive Director of Quorn Foods and Monde Nissin Vijay Thakrar on what drives and boosts UK companies in the ASEAN region.
“One of the big benefits of, again, partnering with Monde Nissin was that it’s headquartered in the Philippines, so it’s already in ASEAN. The 650 million people that are already there – rising middle class – that was an attractive proposition for us. And what we’ve done is that, since the partnership with Monde Nissin began, we started selling Quorn and indeed some of our other business products from elsewhere in the group in the Philippines. “
Mr. Thakrar was one of the speakers during the ASEAN@50 Business Forum on 11 October 2017. Please find more videos from the event here.
Invest in the Philippines
Startup founders and investors talk about why it’s a good time to invest, and grow a business, in the Philippines. The country is in a demographic sweet spot, with a young, connected, tech-savvy population driving the adoption of mobile and internet products and services. Couple that with six years of economic growth above 6% annually, and increasing FDI, the Philippines is an undervalued gem that just might yield quite positive surprises.
The exciting growth of the Philippine start-up community – a showcase of talent, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and opportunity.