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HOTELS are looking to balance hospitality with efforts to meet hygiene and safety standards in the “new normal,” as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic continues.
WITH enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Metro Manila nearing the 60-day mark, Leechiu Property Consultants (LPC) executive directors for commercial leasing Lylah Fronda-Ledonio and Phillip Añonuevo now have their work-from-home (WFH) routines down pat.
INTERNATIONAL Workplace Group (IWG) signed its first franchise partnership in Southeast Asia, teaming up with a Cebu-based company to develop workspace franchises in the Philippines.
GREEN BUILDINGS offer a $24.7-trillion investment opportunity in emerging markets, including the Philippines, according to a report by the International Finance Corp. (IFC).
VISTA LAND & Lifescapes, Inc. (VLL) has set the interest rates for the fixed-rate retail bonds worth up to P10 billion that it is set to issue next month.
WHEN Century Properties Group, Inc. (CPG) launched Azure Urban Resort Residences in 2010, not a few scoffed at its plan to create a man-made beach in the middle of Bicutan in Parañaque.
BANGKOK, THAILAND -- The United States is moving to reassert its economic influence in the Indo-Pacific region, amid a long-drawn out trade war with China and as some countries, including the Philippines, have increasingly turned to their northern neighbor for investments to fund infrastructure projects.
IT may be difficult to imagine an Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) estate in the middle of Novaliches, Quezon City.
ROME, ITALY -- Renewable energy (RE) capacity is increasing around the world, but more needs to be done to address challenges in policy, financing and grid integration, experts said in a forum here last week.
THE ICCP Group is seeing continued growth in its property development business, particularly in townships and industrial estates.
By Cathy Rose A. Garcia, Associate Editor THE Makati central business district is probably not on most people’s lists of places to have a weekend...
QUEZON CITY will soon have its first AAA, premium-grade office building, as Ayala Land Premier (ALP) starts work on One Vertis Plaza within the Vertis North complex.
MULTINATIONAL hospitality group Accor SA is developing the world’s first Pullman Living and Novotel Living standalone apartments in Makati City.
AN ULTRA-LUXURY residential condominium being developed in the heart of Makati is grabbing headlines for its eye-watering price tag of around P600,000 per square meters (sq.m.).
GLOBAL PAYMENTS technology company Visa continues to expand its Epic Experiences program, which gives its cardholders perks and benefits at over 60 restaurants and travel destinations in the Philippines.
KMV Asia Development Corp. is hoping to distinguish itself from other real estate firms by focusing on sustainable and environment-friendly projects.
TECH company Xiaomi Corp. is looking to significantly grow its market share in the Philippines this year, with the launch of its latest mid-range smartphone Redmi Note 7.
AVIDA LAND Corp. is targeting young professionals and millennials with its latest project Makati Southpoint.
AS PEOPLE clean out their closets before the end of the year, Uniqlo Philippines is hoping more Filipinos will consider donating their old clothes as part of its All-Product Recycling Initiative.
LAZADA Philippines is planning to expand its partnerships not just with traditional brands, but with micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), as aims to keep its lead in the increasingly competitive e-commerce market.
L’Oréal is proving that businesses can make a serious and conscious effort to reduce their environmental footprint, and be financially successful at the same time.
BARCELONA -- Even as renewables continue to grow, the global gas industry is confident natural gas still has a key role to play in the energy sector.
BARCELONA -- The natural gas industry is expected to continue growing in the near future, with emerging Asia seen as the main driver for demand growth, according to an International Energy Agency (IEA) senior analyst.
BARCELONA -- Is natural gas a transition fuel on the road to a decarbonized future? That was the question posed to several chief executive officers (CEOs) of top energy firms at the Gastech Exhibition and Conference here on Monday.