An official of the Davao City Promotions Center (DCIPC) has urged Japanese investors to rediscover trade and business opportunities in Davao City.
DCIPC officer-in-charge April Marie Dayap assured that the city government of Davao under the leadership of Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio through the DCIPC is ready and willing to help investors in exploring the industries and opportunities in the city.
“I am inviting all Japanese friends, investors and businessmen to rediscover Davao City and see for yourself the very reasons why many Japanese companies have decided to do business here,” Dayap said during the online roadshow to Japanese investors on Wednesday.
The roadshow was participated by Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and Japanese Consul General Yoshiaki Miwa who expressed support to the event, which included a manifestation of the strong relations between Japan and Davao.
“The roadshow reiterates the strong relationship between Davao and Japan and an opportunity to further reinforce our already strong ties by becoming partners to boost industry, business, trade and commerce,” Dayap said.
The event was also participated by over 60 participants including Japanese entrepreneurs and investors located in the Philippines and In Japan, and guests from both the private and public sectors.
There were also presentations by Christian Cambaya on the investment opportunities available in the city and Michael Maquiran on Converge’s Fiber Technology.
Keisuke Nakao, CEO of Nakashin Davao International, Inc, also shared his experience as a Japanese doing business in Davao for the past 18 years.
The roadshow is in line with DCIPC’s pursuit to enhance its investment promotion program by pro