Using great pictures is a key point for any marketing activity to present a professional and appealing message to potential customers. These 40 free, high-definition stock pictures of the Philippines will come in handy to help you design websites and brochures, especially for businesses in tourism and travel, real estate, food, luxury…
Cities and urbanization are some of the most important drivers of Southeast Asia’s economic dynamism, environmental, societal and cultural change. To better understand the challenge and opportunities they bring, here are 4 infographics summarizing urban trends on the demography and rural exodus in ASEAN.
Urbanization is one of the major trends currently shaping Southeast Asian societies, cultures, economies, businesses and environments. Being on the verge of counting more than half of its population living in urban areas, ASEAN comprises some of the largest and some of the fastest growing cities of the world.
With the development of its economy and wealth, Southeast Asia is gradually becoming a destination of choice for luxury tourism. Certain venues, attractions and places are already standing out as regional icons for companies and professionals creating new trends and setting new standards in the luxury travel experience.
With one of the fastest growing economies in Asia and a large population, the Philippines is a promising market for real estate companies. Manila, the capital, concentrates many investments as local property developers outbid each other to pull the market higher in all categories: office, residential, retail and hotels.
As in the rest of Asia, Philippine real estate is currently in a very positive trend. With strong fundamentals, a large population and fast growing economy, the Philippine property market is also driven by oversees Filipinos sending money home, strong domestic demand and the dynamic BPO and tourism industries.
After years of slump, the Philippines is now one of the fastest growing countries in Asia. Multinational and local corporations are benefiting from strong macroeconomics and large untapped market to seize growth opportunities. Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala shares his views on opportunities and challenges of the Philippines.
Manila’s larger urban area, “Mega Manila”, is set to reach 30 million inhabitants by 2030. To cope with its growth and relieve the pressure from the population, the Philippine authorities have devised an ambitious plan of integrated urbanization and transports that will foster the sustainable development of the country’s capital city.