PHILIPPINES’ FASTEST GROWING CITIES
Having bagged the title of the Best Country in Business English in the World, the Philippines along with other good reasons is the one of the best places you can invest in Southeast Asia. The Philippines being an archipelago is bestowed with many good sources to start businesses. Aside from the country’s capital, Metro Manila, there are other cities in the Philippines that are worth your investment as they are the top fastest growing city.
1. Davao City.
This city in Region XI has been included in the world’s list of fastest growing city ranking on the 87th spot. It was also been dubbed as the Most Livable City. The city has a secured environment attracting investors to the city. Davao City has implemented various programs that already addressed traffic concerns with the installation of traffic lights, ordinances have also been passed to manage the wastes of the city, and security concerns have been the forefront of the city government making it safe for many investors and tourists. Prime spots within the city are also good sites for starting up some good businesses.
2. Cebu City
Investments and opportunities are flooding in at Cebu because of its strategic location. The city is a good option to start up a business for youngsters who doesn’t want to be jammed up with the crowding and too much business counterparts. It also is proximate to other points of interest like Iloilo, Bohol and Cagayan de Oro. The economy in Cebu City is also booming with the many industries lurking within the city.
The city has balance of developments and culture. The infrastructures in the city, specifically Bonifacio Global City, are of world-class designs. The policies in the city are strongly implemented.
4. Makati City
Makati City is the Philippines’ business district. It has been long noted for the big buildings and the head offices of many business imperials in the country. The city seemed to be congested with the many buildings being built within the city; however this has been solved with some infrastructure projects.
5. Muntinlupa (Alabang Business District).
Next to Makati City, the second in line business district of the Philippines is Muntinlupa particularly the Alabang Business District. The property values in Alabang are cheaper and present good values. Notable businesses found in this district include the Madrigal Business Park, Ayala Alabang and Filinvest Corporate City.