Ayala launches program to help 250,000 SME partners

The country’s oldest business house, the Ayala group, is embarking on a comprehensive hand-holding program for about 250,000 small and medium enterprise (SMEs) in its ecosystem, including shopping mall tenants, suppliers and banking clients grappling with business disruptions caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Wait to Bounce Back? Or Shift and Adapt Now?

I just finished my steaming hot bowl of my super favorite Yushoken ramen that I prepared by myself, and it was really almost as good as having it in their restaurant, sans the long queue. The ramen kit was delivered after waiting for a few days because they were just overwhelmed with orders.

PH e-commerce gains during COVID-19 lockdown

The COVID-19 global pandemic and the resulting lockdowns to contain the disease, including in the Philippines, so far inflicted a “brutal blow” on the growing “sharing economy,” but benefitted the industry of e-commerce in Asean, Malaysian financial giant Maybank said.

Stronger GDP continues to bolster property sector

The Philippines’ robust real estate market is expected to be sustained over the next two to three years by a strong economic growth fueled by increased infrastructure spending, improved credit ratings, decelerating inflation, and a higher ranking in the global competitiveness surveys.

PSEi to hit 9000 level in 2020

BPI Securities Corp. is projecting the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) to reach 9,000 in 2020, driven by the faster growth of the economy, particularly the banking, property and consumer sectors.

Sy Jr. bares Gold City project across NAIA

SM Prime Holdings Inc., the Sy-owned integrated property developer, is developing one of its biggest projects to date, the Gold City, which will be a sprawling mixed-used estate across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Parañaque.