More British firms seen flocking to PH in 2016

Article in Philippine Daily Inquirer dated Tuesday, 26th January 2016

 

BRITISH investors remained keen in doing business in the Philippines, with the growing interest seen largely focused on key sectors such as energy, retail, food and beverage.

 

2015 was a good year for Philippine-British relations, they expect 2016 would be better and business opportunities would be better. Business opportunities would be available for British companies to set up shop in the Philippines or find suitable local partners.

 

Through its various programs, helped put the Philippines in the radar of many investors based in the United Kingdom. Many British firms in terms of providing market assistance in the form of market research, referrals, business-focused events, trade missions, and market introductions.

 

These activities helped UK-based investors to explore business opportunities and find suitable partners for their businesses. The group vowed to continue this year aggressively implementing programs that would help sustain the interest and lock the gains achieved in the past years.

 

Philippines is within the radar; and growing awareness and a good opportunity to keep the momentum going.

 

These include upcoming webinars about trade and investment opportunities in food and beverage and retail, panel discussions on current events, participation in speaking engagements in the region and trade missions on power and renewable energy.

 

700 British companies engaged in various industries such as retail, food and beverage, architectural services, pharmaceutical and skin care, ICT and software, seismic services, gaming, security, infrastructure, recruitment, as well as business consultancy services.

 

Nine other British companies had likewise benefited from the cross-sector trade mission some of these companies were identified as Foster + Partners, Turner & Townsend, Varcando, MET Studio Hong Kong, ATG Access Ltd, and Economic Energy UK Ltd.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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