The Philippine BPO market is expected to continue on a positive trend. Experts at the Business Processing Association of the Philippines project an annual increase of at least 4-10% in global market shares, coupled with an expected revenue of at least $10-12 billion.
As the Philippine BPO Industry expands, foreign investors continue to inject capital and resources into the economy, resulting in job creation for the local work force. A key to this unprecedented growth is the recently developed SVEG, short for Special Visa for Employment Generation, a non-immigrant visa which is enabling foreigners to create business opportunities in the Philippine market.
The Fort is proving its worth as a pot of gold for the local real estate market. As business prospers in the area, luxury residences and office buildings are rising up from the fields and empty lots.
Whether you choose the central business district (CBD) or a more affordable option, there are many office buildings located very close to public transportation and in very safe areas. These are perfect buildings for any call center, contact center, IT and other BPO company in Makati, Metro-Manila.
K&C has relationships with many small and medium size call centers and BPO companies in the Philippines including Makati, Ortigas, Manila and Fort Bonifacio. We offer brokerage services for companies interested in aquiring call centers and BPO companies in the Philippines.
Foreigners or non-Philippine nationals arriving in the Philippines as tourists, employees, for medical attention, investors or retirees must comply with Philippine Immigration Law which is enforced by the Philippine Bureau of Immigration. K&C assists individuals with obtaining visas and work permits with the Philippines Bureau of Immigration and the Department of Labor and Employment.
K&C will identify Philippines Special Economic Zones (PEZA) and Cyber Parks where businesses and individuals are allowed to avail of special tax breaks in Makati, Manila, Ortigas, Eastwood, Cebu and Fort Bonifacio, Philippines.
Foreign companies starting or doing business in the Philippines must register their company with various government agencies including the SEC, BIR, SSS, Phil-health, Pag-ibig and obtain clearance from local governments .
Companies starting or doing business in the Philippines need to perform a number of key steps to setup a company in the Philippines and start their business. Whether you are putting up a BPO such as a call center or web development outsourcing company, below are tasks you would need to accomplish to get your new company up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible.