Do you want to expand your business services options overseas? Then you might want to check out the Philippines.


Regarded as one of the top hubs for business outsourcing, the Philippines is located strategically at the heart of southeast Asia where nearby countries of trade and technology hubs such as Singapore and Hong Kong are just less than 5 hours by plane.

The English language proficiency of Filipinos is top-notch where its literacy rate is a staggering 94%, where 60% of them are fluent in English. This in turn provided the country the privilege of being the most English-literate country in the whole of Asia and is up to par with the rest of the world. You can even roughly say that Filipinos are the most English-literate the country in the whole world that does not regard English as their primary language. This shows how much important or inherent the English to Philippines.

Philippines ranks #20 on English Proficiency Index (EPI) in the world and is higher than Asia as a whole

In terms of doing business, the Philippines now ranks within the top 50% of the world in protecting investors and its businesses. This means that for a developing country, the care for investors has been their government’s top priorities as of late and it keeps on growing accordingly. This means that it actually fairly easy to conduct business in the Philippines.

The Philippines may be regarded as a technology hub, but it also houses one of the best places to hop around to those who require personal time off from the everyday work grind. It is an Archipelago, thus, it is imperative to look out for the best beaches in between those more than 7,000 islands thus making it great with tourism in the Philippines. World-famous beaches such as Boracay and Palawan will give you that Sun-Sea-Sand fixes while Siargao is hastily becoming a Surfer’s paradise. Not to mention the overflowing and full of flavor food that you would want to try not once – but over and over again.


All in all, the Philippines has a lot to offer in terms of doing business – with almost no English communication barrier, it also boasts of a dedicated and hardworking workforce that business owners all over the world have recognized and truly love.

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