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Why CEO SUITE Ayala-Makati is the Best Place for your Business in the Philippines

CEO SUITE LKG Tower, Makati is located at the central business district of the Philippines, right along Ayala Avenue in Makati City. Its iconic building structure and high floor location on the 37th level makes it an impressive place for your business and provides breathtaking views of Makati and up to Manila Bay and Corregidor island. It highly accessible via public and private transportation and nearby dining and retail establishments including boutique hotels, fitness clubs, international banks, government offices and hospitals.

The entire 37th floor where CEO SUITE is located provides a prestigious ambiance with an elegantly designed business lounge, reception area, fully-furnished serviced offices, a modern pantry area, business document printing and scanning facilities, a boardroom that can fit 30 persons that has a great skyline view of the city, small meeting rooms for private discussions and state of the art video conferencing faciities. CEO SUITE also provides company resigtration services, accounting, HR services as well as digital marketing launch efforts for new businesses.

Contact them now for a free consultation, visit www.ceosuite.com or email: promos@ceosuite.com / call: +632 859 2888. 
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Online Asian Business Trends for 2017

Consumer expectations change from time to time globally. These changes are commonly brought about by the many recent innovations being offered in the market. Understanding these trends will help every businessman know what their consumers exactly want and are looking for.

There are many articles and tips not only on the Internet, but even on print media on the subject of establishing brand identity, purpose and recall to consumers. Many have been said about social media babbles, what many of these articles don’t offer information on is the big question that leaves brands thinking, that is, what’s the next thing they can do to stay significant and valued this whole year? Sure, social media has given brands a new way to reach their customers faster, bigger in scale and speed. But you see, social media chatter today has been jaded. Many consumers jump in on whatever bandwagon topics trending online but never really show great CTR conversations for many brands. So while your brand has entertained your consumers for the past 4 years, it will take you more than just entertainment to impress and keep them in the coming months. Butting-in on current events, social trending conversations, responding with real action in real time will win consumers this year. Go with trending chatters that matter, service that is actually good, products that are actually worth their money and campaigns that make sense.
Innovative approaches are also advisable. Last year there were numerous social media posts made by different people that have exploded on the Internet, but have underlying purposes behind them that many consumers may not have actually observed. It was an approach leaning more on the consumerism psychology. October 2016, a dairy chocolate powdered drink brand jumped in on a famous TV show’s contestant when he posted on social media that if he should win the talent show, he would rent out a van to give out free ready-to-drink chocolate powdered drink to the people in Singapore. The brand, then, took advantage of this opportunity promising support for the contestant whether he wins or loses the show. Within the week it was announced, the brand’s vans were positioned in many sports in Singapore.

Many brands today do not realize it but your response actually matters. The speed of your response, the relevance and details and correctness of your response brings home the bacon. This is the better way to engage consumers in 2017. Although replying faster to consumers on Facebook is still a good thing, it still pays to offer something that will keep you apart of the others. Show genuine concern and interest in your consumers’ concerns through offline responses. Combining both online and offline responses would be great! Find people who can respond about your brand better, people who knows the brand so well. This will give consumers better idea of your brand- who you are, what you offer, and why should they settle with purchasing your product or service.

If you are just starting your online presence and digital marketing efforts, you may seek assistance from professional companies like CEO SUITE that provides business support from company registration, accounting, secretarial to digital marketing requirements.

Get a free consultation now, visit: www.ceosuite.com.


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Korea’s Crownfunding Last Year was Successful

According to the Financial Services Commission, a total of 116 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and venture firms in South Korea financed 18 billion won (US$15 million) during the first year of crowdfunding in the country and the ratio of successful financing reached 46.4%. For reference, the percentage was approximately 20% during the early stage of crowdfunding in the United States.

The initiation of this new type of funding aroused much interest in the culture industry in particular. The Financial Services Commission is planning to revise the Capital Markets Act to reduce crowdfunding advertising regulations.

CEO SUITE has two premium business centres in Seoul, Korea at Kyobo Building and Parnas Tower: http://www.ceosuite.com/city-seoul/

Reference: www.businesskorea.co.kr
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Why Perception is Vital to Business Success

When putting up a business, a business plan is a must. It should contain an in-depth plan with complete and specific details on how you will attack the possible challenges and difficulties your business will come across with ahead. Your business opportunities should be defined, your business mission should be stated as it will be a your guide for the rest of your business life, know your target and describe them in details, establish measurable goals, and most importantly, set deadlines and follow them. You should also keep in mind that while it is vital to have a plan, you should also be equally flexible enough to adjust when a business slump is met along the way.

However, more than having a good business plan, one must have a great brand identity and positioning - a professional and reputable company image that can bring success automatically.

How do politicians win? How do movie celebrities become recognized as successful actors and actresses? It is initially their public image in media and in the public that is assessed by the audience. What they see is what people think they are. They can prove otherwise though but what is vital is that the first impression - it is a make or break situation just like any PR practitioner would say.

Just like in any company, the brand image that you create should be reflected in all your marketing activities and dealings with the public. Most of the time, we create a perfect brand image of who we want to become and we strive to become it as we go along in the business. It can in fact be the vision of your company. And one major factor that contributes to this corporate image is the business location or your company headquarters' address. Imagine if you put a business in the slum area, would you expect your clients to call you if on your website and business cards, what they see is a very shady office address?

Choosing a prestigious and professional location and facilities for your company has a great impact in the creation of your perfect company image. You can be a small business entity but use a highly reputable business address at an iconic building in the CBD area, and your potential to attract new clients are much greater than one working from home and using a residential address on the website. And who says you need a big amount of budget to have a prestigious CBD office of your company? Given the proliferation of one-stop serviced office solutions globally, you can get a 5-star standard office for your business at minimal fees for a few months or even a year. Everything is plug and play, just bring in your laptop and do your work. High speed WIFI, receptionist and secretarial services are available, including messenger services, access to complimentary beverages in a modern business café within a few steps from your office, meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities are also there for use by renting by the hour, business lounges for more relaxed working, document printing and scanning facilities, and any other business support that you may require.

In Asia, you can never go wrong if you get your business address or office at CEO SUITE that has the most prestigious list of business centres and serviced offices in Singapore; Makati, Philippines; Hanoi, Vietnam; Jakarta, Indonesia; Bangkok, Thailand; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Beijing and Shanghai, China; and Seoul, Korea.

Learn how CEO SUITE can help you on your business, visit: www.ceosuite.com.

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Why Perception is Vital to Business Success

When putting up a business, a business plan is a must. It should contain an in-depth plan with complete and specific details on how you will attack the possible challenges and difficulties your business will come across with ahead. Your business opportunities should be defined, your business mission should be stated as it will be a your guide for the rest of your business life, know your target and describe them in details, establish measurable goals, and most importantly, set deadlines and follow them. You should also keep in mind that while it is vital to have a plan, you should also be equally flexible enough to adjust when a business slump is met along the way.

However, more than having a good business plan, one must have a great brand identity and positioning - a professional and reputable company image that can bring success automatically.

How do politicians win? How do movie celebrities become recognized as successful actors and actresses? It is initially their public image in media and in the public that is assessed by the audience. What they see is what people think they are. They can prove otherwise though but what is vital is that the first impression - it is a make or break situation just like any PR practitioner would say.

Just like in any company, the brand image that you create should be reflected in all your marketing activities and dealings with the public. Most of the time, we create a perfect brand image of who we want to become and we strive to become it as we go along in the business. It can in fact be the vision of your company. And one major factor that contributes to this corporate image is the business location or your company headquarters' address. Imagine if you put a business in the slum area, would you expect your clients to call you if on your website and business cards, what they see is a very shady office address?

Choosing a prestigious and professional location and facilities for your company has a great impact in the creation of your perfect company image. You can be a small business entity but use a highly reputable business address at an iconic building in the CBD area, and your potential to attract new clients are much greater than one working from home and using a residential address on the website. And who says you need a big amount of budget to have a prestigious CBD office of your company? Given the proliferation of one-stop serviced office solutions globally, you can get a 5-star standard office for your business at minimal fees for a few months or even a year. Everything is plug and play, just bring in your laptop and do your work. High speed WIFI, receptionist and secretarial services are available, including messenger services, access to complimentary beverages in a modern business café within a few steps from your office, meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities are also there for use by renting by the hour, business lounges for more relaxed working, document printing and scanning facilities, and any other business support that you may require.

In Asia, you can never go wrong if you get your business address or office at CEO SUITE that has the most prestigious list of business centres and serviced offices in Singapore; Makati, Philippines; Hanoi, Vietnam; Jakarta, Indonesia; Bangkok, Thailand; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Beijing and Shanghai, China; and Seoul, Korea.

Learn how CEO SUITE can help you on your business, visit: www.ceosuite.com.

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Why the Philippines is the Best Place to Set-up your Business

Just last year, the Oxford Business Group joined a news conference and made this statement. "It was unthinkable seven years ago, but the Philippines is the best economy in Southeast Asia today. Investors no longer ask why but where and what sectors they should invest in," Oxford Business Group (OBG) Managing Editor, Paulius Kuncinas, said.

According to the Oxford Business Group, its investment view for the Philippines from year 2016 to 2022 shows that the country’s strong domestic consumption, growing business process outsourcing sector and newfound political stability are some of the major factors for the country’s growth. Philippines’ large, young and fluent English-speaking workforce, plus, very close trade links with other Asian countries are the main lures for investors.

Here are some of the other reasons why the Philippines is good for business:

1. Higher education priority
It is without question that Philippines is one of the countries who takes education seriously. It is in this country that sets Bachelor Degree holders apart from those that didn’t pursue education. It has been reported that the literacy rate in the country is 94.6- among the highest. Philippines is the world’s 3rd largest English-speaking country.

2. Business-Friendly Economy
As per Philippines’ DFA, Philippines’ incentive packages include the corporate income tax, reduced to a current 32%, with companies in the Special Economic Zones are subject to only 5% overall tax rates. Multinationals looking for regional headquarters are entitled to incentives such as tax exemptions and tax and duty-free importation of specific equipment and materials.

3. Hospitable Lifestyle & Lower Manpower Salary Cost
The Philippines is a natural at being the second home to many expatriates who enjoy the company of the warmest people in the world. Filipinos are well known to be very hospitable to foreign visitors. The country’s openness to varied cultures and a ardently global outlook is a cut above the rest. The expats appreciate the accessibility and affordability of both necessities and luxuries in the Philippines- business centers, schools, shopping malls, hotels, housing, hospitals, beach resorts, restaurants, recreation centers and parks, and most importantly, manpower salary cost for their companies.

4. Unrestricted Business Opportunities
ASEAN Free Trade Agreement or also known as the AFTA has been studied and integrated by many Asian economies. It showed and proven how the Philippines is the most strategic location for firms who wants to reach to the large ASEAN market and its enormous trade breaks.

The Philippines continues to grow its economy and welcomes the upsurge of foreign businesses who have realized this lucrative market that has grown its GDP in the past 4 years. As modern and developed as it is, the country's Central Business District, Ayala - Makati, in particular, have since introduced ready serviced office solutions and business address use for company registration as well as fully-equipped business centres. Specialists in this business in Asia like CEO SUITE offers more than just prestigious business addresses and serviced offices, they also extend complete business start-up solutions that include: a virtual office, company registration services, accounting and personnel hiring services, as well as branding solutions.

Find out more at www.ceosuite.com.

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Why the Philippines is the Best Place to Set-up your Business

Just last year, the Oxford Business Group joined a news conference and made this statement. "It was unthinkable seven years ago, but the Philippines is the best economy in Southeast Asia today. Investors no longer ask why but where and what sectors they should invest in," Oxford Business Group (OBG) Managing Editor, Paulius Kuncinas, said.

According to the Oxford Business Group, its investment view for the Philippines from year 2016 to 2022 shows that the country’s strong domestic consumption, growing business process outsourcing sector and newfound political stability are some of the major factors for the country’s growth. Philippines’ large, young and fluent English-speaking workforce, plus, very close trade links with other Asian countries are the main lures for investors.

Here are some of the other reasons why the Philippines is good for business:

1. Higher education priority
It is without question that Philippines is one of the countries who takes education seriously. It is in this country that sets Bachelor Degree holders apart from those that didn’t pursue education. It has been reported that the literacy rate in the country is 94.6- among the highest. Philippines is the world’s 3rd largest English-speaking country.

2. Business-Friendly Economy
As per Philippines’ DFA, Philippines’ incentive packages include the corporate income tax, reduced to a current 32%, with companies in the Special Economic Zones are subject to only 5% overall tax rates. Multinationals looking for regional headquarters are entitled to incentives such as tax exemptions and tax and duty-free importation of specific equipment and materials.

3. Hospitable Lifestyle & Lower Manpower Salary Cost
The Philippines is a natural at being the second home to many expatriates who enjoy the company of the warmest people in the world. Filipinos are well known to be very hospitable to foreign visitors. The country’s openness to varied cultures and a ardently global outlook is a cut above the rest. The expats appreciate the accessibility and affordability of both necessities and luxuries in the Philippines- business centers, schools, shopping malls, hotels, housing, hospitals, beach resorts, restaurants, recreation centers and parks, and most importantly, manpower salary cost for their companies.

4. Unrestricted Business Opportunities
ASEAN Free Trade Agreement or also known as the AFTA has been studied and integrated by many Asian economies. It showed and proven how the Philippines is the most strategic location for firms who wants to reach to the large ASEAN market and its enormous trade breaks.

The Philippines continues to grow its economy and welcomes the upsurge of foreign businesses who have realized this lucrative market that has grown its GDP in the past 4 years. As modern and developed as it is, the country's Central Business District, Ayala - Makati, in particular, have since introduced ready serviced office solutions and business address use for company registration as well as fully-equipped business centres. Specialists in this business in Asia like CEO SUITE offers more than just prestigious business addresses and serviced offices, they also extend complete business start-up solutions that include: a virtual office, company registration services, accounting and personnel hiring services, as well as branding solutions.

Find out more at www.ceosuite.com.

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Why the Philippines is the Best Place to Set-up your Business

Just last year, the Oxford Business Group joined a news conference and made this statement. "It was unthinkable seven years ago, but the Philippines is the best economy in Southeast Asia today. Investors no longer ask why but where and what sectors they should invest in," Oxford Business Group (OBG) Managing Editor, Paulius Kuncinas, said.

According to the Oxford Business Group, its investment view for the Philippines from year 2016 to 2022 shows that the country’s strong domestic consumption, growing business process outsourcing sector and newfound political stability are some of the major factors for the country’s growth. Philippines’ large, young and fluent English-speaking workforce, plus, very close trade links with other Asian countries are the main lures for investors.

Here are some of the other reasons why the Philippines is good for business:

1. Higher education priority
It is without question that Philippines is one of the countries who takes education seriously. It is in this country that sets Bachelor Degree holders apart from those that didn’t pursue education. It has been reported that the literacy rate in the country is 94.6- among the highest. Philippines is the world’s 3rd largest English-speaking country.

2. Business-Friendly Economy
As per Philippines’ DFA, Philippines’ incentive packages include the corporate income tax, reduced to a current 32%, with companies in the Special Economic Zones are subject to only 5% overall tax rates. Multinationals looking for regional headquarters are entitled to incentives such as tax exemptions and tax and duty-free importation of specific equipment and materials.

3. Hospitable Lifestyle & Lower Manpower Salary Cost
The Philippines is a natural at being the second home to many expatriates who enjoy the company of the warmest people in the world. Filipinos are well known to be very hospitable to foreign visitors. The country’s openness to varied cultures and a ardently global outlook is a cut above the rest. The expats appreciate the accessibility and affordability of both necessities and luxuries in the Philippines- business centers, schools, shopping malls, hotels, housing, hospitals, beach resorts, restaurants, recreation centers and parks, and most importantly, manpower salary cost for their companies.

4. Unrestricted Business Opportunities
ASEAN Free Trade Agreement or also known as the AFTA has been studied and integrated by many Asian economies. It showed and proven how the Philippines is the most strategic location for firms who wants to reach to the large ASEAN market and its enormous trade breaks.

The Philippines continues to grow its economy and welcomes the upsurge of foreign businesses who have realized this lucrative market that has grown its GDP in the past 4 years. As modern and developed as it is, the country's Central Business District, Ayala - Makati, in particular, have since introduced ready serviced office solutions and business address use for company registration as well as fully-equipped business centres. Specialists in this business in Asia like CEO SUITE offers more than just prestigious business addresses and serviced offices, they also extend complete business start-up solutions that include: a virtual office, company registration services, accounting and personnel hiring services, as well as branding solutions.

Find out more at www.ceosuite.com.

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Why the Philippines is the Best Place to Set-up your Business

Just last year, the Oxford Business Group joined a news conference and made this statement. "It was unthinkable seven years ago, but the Philippines is the best economy in Southeast Asia today. Investors no longer ask why but where and what sectors they should invest in," Oxford Business Group (OBG) Managing Editor, Paulius Kuncinas, said.

According to the Oxford Business Group, its investment view for the Philippines from year 2016 to 2022 shows that the country’s strong domestic consumption, growing business process outsourcing sector and newfound political stability are some of the major factors for the country’s growth. Philippines’ large, young and fluent English-speaking workforce, plus, very close trade links with other Asian countries are the main lures for investors.

Here are some of the other reasons why the Philippines is good for business:

1. Higher education priority
It is without question that Philippines is one of the countries who takes education seriously. It is in this country that sets Bachelor Degree holders apart from those that didn’t pursue education. It has been reported that the literacy rate in the country is 94.6- among the highest. Philippines is the world’s 3rd largest English-speaking country.

2. Business-Friendly Economy
As per Philippines’ DFA, Philippines’ incentive packages include the corporate income tax, reduced to a current 32%, with companies in the Special Economic Zones are subject to only 5% overall tax rates. Multinationals looking for regional headquarters are entitled to incentives such as tax exemptions and tax and duty-free importation of specific equipment and materials.

3. Hospitable Lifestyle & Lower Manpower Salary Cost
The Philippines is a natural at being the second home to many expatriates who enjoy the company of the warmest people in the world. Filipinos are well known to be very hospitable to foreign visitors. The country’s openness to varied cultures and a ardently global outlook is a cut above the rest. The expats appreciate the accessibility and affordability of both necessities and luxuries in the Philippines- business centers, schools, shopping malls, hotels, housing, hospitals, beach resorts, restaurants, recreation centers and parks, and most importantly, manpower salary cost for their companies.

4. Unrestricted Business Opportunities
ASEAN Free Trade Agreement or also known as the AFTA has been studied and integrated by many Asian economies. It showed and proven how the Philippines is the most strategic location for firms who wants to reach to the large ASEAN market and its enormous trade breaks.

The Philippines continues to grow its economy and welcomes the upsurge of foreign businesses who have realized this lucrative market that has grown its GDP in the past 4 years. As modern and developed as it is, the country's Central Business District, Ayala - Makati, in particular, have since introduced ready serviced office solutions and business address use for company registration as well as fully-equipped business centres. Specialists in this business in Asia like CEO SUITE offers more than just prestigious business addresses and serviced offices, they also extend complete business start-up solutions that include: a virtual office, company registration services, accounting and personnel hiring services, as well as branding solutions.

Find out more at www.ceosuite.com.








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CEO SUITE Launches Exclusive Deals for Visa Corporate Cardholders in Asia Pacific

Starting January 2017, Visa Corporate Cardholders will enjoy exclusive deals on CEO SUITE serviced office rentals, virtual office solutions and conference facilities in 17 CEO SUITE business centres in Asia:

Lotte Center - Hanoi; Singapore Land Tower - Singapore; LKG Tower - Manila; Athenee Tower - Bangkok; Menara Maxis, Axiata Tower & Q Sentral in Kuala Lumpur; LG Twin Towers in Beijing; Shanghai World Financial Center, Bank of Shanghai and HK New World Tower in Shanghai; and AXA Tower, One Pacific Place, Wisma GKBI, Sahid Sudirman Center and Indonesia Stock Exchange Tower in Jakarta.

CEO SUITE takes pride of its 20-year experience in providing prestigious business centres, serviced offices, co-working spaces, meeting rooms and virtual office solutions to entrepreneurs, small and medium scale companies, and even multinational corporations in Asia’s key cities.

This exclusive deal is offered to all Visa corporate or commercial cardholders in Asia Pacific from now until March 31, 2018.

To learn more or avail of this exclusive offer, please visit: www.ceosuite.com/visa-exclusive-deals or send us an email at promos@ceosuite.com.

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