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Jason C. Magnaye

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Davao City

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Davao City

Philippines

Company Description

DAVAO, the city of blooms from islands to highlands, is the site of the 25th ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF), which will be held Jan. 13-21. Indeed, Davao City is blooming and booming. Investments in terms of total capitalization of businesses continued to surge f... more

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Chief

Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry Inc


Executive Director

DAVAO City Chamber of Commerce Inc


WWF Vice President for Programs Joel Palma

DCIPC


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Davao tourism gears up for RA 9593 | Ang Dabawenyo

www.angdabawenyo.com [cached]

For the city, the CTOO is now under the direction of Jason C. Magnaye, who brings to the local government years of invaluable experience in the business sector.
Magnaye was the executive director of the highly-acclaimed Davao City Chamber of Commerce & Industry. Also, he is concurrently the head of the Davao City Investment Promotions Center. Hey Jason!


www.fpdglobal.com

Jason C. Magnaye, chief of the Davao City Investment Promotion Center, had earlier said the local real estate market has attracted even Metro Manila-based residents who have bought housing and condominium units in the city for investment purposes.
Mr. Magnaye, however, said that the bulk of the buyers are still local residents who are either looking for new residences or simply want to put their money in properties. Mr. Gocotano confirmed Mr. Magnaye's observation, adding that many local buyers are now asking for units with bigger spaces.


Camella Cerritos Davao Eyes University Town | The Future of Mintal

www.davaohomelistings.com [cached]

Jason C. Magnaye, head of the Davao City Investment Promotions Center, said the setting up of central business districts in areas outside downtown is necessary considering such centers will become independent communities with residential villages, commercial centers and schools.


www.aseancentral.com

The factory, which will complement existing facilities in Luzon and Visayas, is expected to come on stream next year to improve the company's ability to serve the mass market in Mindanao, Jason C. Magnaye, Davao City Investment Promotions Center chief, said.
The amount of investment for the project is yet to be finalized since it is still on the physical design stage, he said. "It's logical to locate a plant here because Mindanao is a big market," he said. Mr. Magnaye said the city government intends to help small farmers piggyback on the project by asking the company to prioritize this sector in the sourcing of raw materials.  The company's representatives, he said, gave a positive response on this proposal especially since it will highlight corporate social responsibility.  "Now we just need to deliver on our commitment in terms of volume, quality and pricing," Mr. Magnaye said.


www.sunstar.com.ph

Around 3,500 to 5000 delegates are expected to visit the city for the Ad Congress, in what former Davao City Investment Promotions Center (DCIPC) chief Jason Magnaye described would bring in a multiplier effect on the city's tourism establishments.


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