To encourage small enterprises, the Philippine Congress has revised the Corporation Code to include a new legal entity — the One Person Corporation (OPC).
Business in the Philippines
Want to know more about the roles and responsibilities of Corporate Secretaries in the Philippines? In this guide, we provide useful information on how they can help companies practice responsible governance and stay in full compliance with the government.
Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the Philippines for 2021 have grown significantly in the past few years. Despite the unfortunate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Philippines still remains an ideal market for foreign investments in Southeast Asia.
Want to do business in the Philippines but unsure what investment vehicle best caters to your business needs? In this article, we list the three most common options that local and foreign entities can choose when planning to set up operations in the Philippines.
Location. Location. Location. Entrepreneurs need to consider the significant impact of finding the right location for their business as it could be the difference between a successful and failed venture.
Business in the Philippines has remained strong and resilient over the years, making the country one of the fastest-growing economies in the ASEAN region.
Starting a business can be both exciting and overwhelming, especially for first-time entrepreneurs. That said, it is common for first-time entrepreneurs to overlook certain aspects of business operations, leading to unwanted consequences for their business.
The scope of the COVID-19 crisis caught us all by surprise. The impact has been felt by workers in companies of all sizes, in all industries. Globally, an estimated 300 million full-time jobs have been lost since COVID-19 struck.
Want to register a business in the Philippines without leaving home? Due to COVID-19, registering a business remotely is becoming popular. To help you get a headstart, this article will discuss the step-by-step process of remote business registration in the Philippines.
The Philippines is known as one of the fastest-growing economies in the ASEAN region, which attracts foreign investors and workers to come into the country to expand their skills and their businesses.