ZMG Asia is 40 and future-proof, and helps companies achieve human capital readiness in an ever-changing business and labor landscapePremier executive search firm ZMG Ward Howell and other member companies of the ZMG Group marks its 40th year in 2019, and takes on the theme “40 and future-proof,” which conveys a heightened need for human capital readiness in an ever-changing business and labor landscape.
Consistent with its strong performance for the first two quarters of the year, pioneer compact car distributor Suzuki Philippines (SPH) finishes the third quarter with positive growth yet again, enabling the company to post 19 percent sales growth for the first nine months of the year over the same period in 2018.
The continued sales increase is the result of the brand’s strategic marketing efforts, which emphasize numerous promotions and interactive events and are aimed at boosting product visibility. SPH hopes to ride on this strong market and brand momentum to further strengthen its position in the market through the remaining months of 2019.
Caltex, marketed by Chevron Philippines Inc. (CPI), in observance of Undas, is back with its annual Caltex Ka-Roadtrip Motorists Assistance Program to ensure that Filipino motorists traveling to pay their respects to their deceased loved ones will have a safe and enjoyable journey to their destinations.
Toyota vehicle owners can avail free vehicle check-ups and emergency road assistance offered by Toyota Motorists Assistance program at Caltex stations along SLEX.
OYO Hotels and Homes, the world’s second-largest chain of hotels, homes, managed living and workspaces was announced as the big winner of the ASEAN-India Excellence and Achievement Award 2019 at the 4th ASEAN-India Business Summit and Business Excellence Award held in Manila, Philippines.
The ASEAN – India Excellence and Achievement Awards acknowledges the contribution of Indian companies that have made significant contributions to strengthen bilateral trade and investment between India and ASEAN member countries.
Greater disposable incomes and changing lifestyles are influencing the consumption habits of many Filipinos, encouraging more to rely increasingly on frozen goods for their daily needs. Demand for frozen food in the country has been on an upward trend since 2014, with retail sales this year forecast by leading statistics portal Statista to reach about US$1.32 billion.
The steady increase in demand for frozen goods is spurring a similar growth in demand for cold storage facilities, according to leading end-to-end logistics solutions provider Royal Cargo, Inc.