The lack of capacity due to social distancing measures will be the key challenge for operators in opening their properties and not the lack of demand, says Angel Sueiro, chief operating officer of PH Resorts.
Philippine Offshore Gaming Operations (POGOs) workers are given bigger salaries compared to call centers, according to research from Leechiu Property
Metro-Manila office space demand is expected to remain high, despite concerns against the sector, a property consultancy firm has said. “I think
Philippines offshore gaming operators (POGOs) are gearing up to become the top office space demand driver in Metro Manila by year end, de-throning inf
Demand for office space in the Philippines could waver should a new proposed tax change come into effect, SCMP reports. Over the last few years, th
What kind of trends do you foresee in South East Asia over the next few years? I think you can’t look much further than the escalating smartphone-ad
Offshore gambling operators made up of 25 percent of all office leasing transactions in the nine months to September 2017, according to a report from
Offshore gaming companies have emerged as one of the main drivers of growth in the Philippines’ office market in the first quarter, Business World r
The opening of the Parisian Macau will not cannibalize the firm’s existing Macau properties, said Wilfred Wong, president and chief operating office
The number of casinos in Asia-Pacific will increase to around 230 in the next five to seven years, but it is not enough, said industry experts. “Cas
Las Vegas Sands CEO said at a conference in New York that the key to lifting Macau out of a slump is to build more resorts which will in turn stoke de
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