PEZA, a booster for your business (Infographic)

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Foreign companies or investors seeking the best possible office space in the Philippines don’t need to look further than offices with Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) accreditation.

What’s that? PEZA is a particular official certification of an office building or trade zone that guarantees a beneficial business environment including investment and tax incentive and as little red tape as possible. Foreign companies set up in a PEZA-accredited building or zone are entitled to a wide range of competitive advantages as opposed to non-accredited areas.

Below is a graphic overview of PEZA’s incentives versus business conditions in non-PEZA environment. And one more good thing is: It applies to a brad area of business sectors, namely manufacturing, information technology, agriculture, tourism and healthcare.

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To benefit from the PEZA advantages is easy. A short business plan including a project brief, feasibility study and a financial outline would do for the application. And, most importantly, the business address must be located in a zone or a building that is a PEZA certified.

A prime example for a PEZA-designated office building is Century Properties’ new Century Spire tower in Makati. For more information, please see www.peza.gov.ph and Century Spire.

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Foreign companies or investors seeking the best possible office space in the Philippines don’t need to look further than offices with Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) accreditation. What’s that? PEZA is a particular official certification of an office building or trade zone that guarantees a beneficial business environment including investment and tax incentive and as little red tape as possible. Foreign companies set up in a PEZA-accredited building or zone are entitled to a wide range of competitive advantages as opposed to non-accredited areas. Below is a graphic overview of PEZA’s incentives versus business conditions in non-PEZA environment. And one...

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Foreign companies or investors seeking the best possible office space in the Philippines don’t need to look further than offices with Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) accreditation.

What’s that? PEZA is a particular official certification of an office building or trade zone that guarantees a beneficial business environment including investment and tax incentive and as little red tape as possible. Foreign companies set up in a PEZA-accredited building or zone are entitled to a wide range of competitive advantages as opposed to non-accredited areas.

Below is a graphic overview of PEZA’s incentives versus business conditions in non-PEZA environment. And one more good thing is: It applies to a brad area of business sectors, namely manufacturing, information technology, agriculture, tourism and healthcare.

peza_non_peza_cpgi

To benefit from the PEZA advantages is easy. A short business plan including a project brief, feasibility study and a financial outline would do for the application. And, most importantly, the business address must be located in a zone or a building that is a PEZA certified.

A prime example for a PEZA-designated office building is Century Properties’ new Century Spire tower in Makati. For more information, please see www.peza.gov.ph and Century Spire.

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