Philippines’ Dantru Post Pandemic Projects Impresses Savvy American Businessmen


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May 16, 2021 - Manila, Philippines. -- A kickstart after what speculators know as “could be” the last page of lockdowns worldwide, Philippines’ Dantru Development Corporation presents its innovative entrepreneurial pandemic-molded platform to survive the post-pandemic era.

Dantru’s San Guillermo Complex is a construction of a building center in Laoag City, north of the Philippines. It's a shopping mall complete with a passage that connects to its landmark museum; underground parking that leads to an array of restaurants and cafes all leading to the Cathedral.

The Complex has an ambiance that brings back the history of Alfresco dining European-style atmosphere in the close proximity oto the iconic "Sinking Tower".

When finished, the grand facility is blended with unique grand Ilocandia laid with a cobblestone granite imported from the Czech Republic, the same granite that glazed Bohemian Palaces and museums. Fenris, Czech Republic will supply granite cobblestone to complete the project.

Nothing will be left unattended, according to Noubikko, CEO of RPConnect. It will be completed with Bohemian Crystal chandeliers, stained glass made in Bulgaria, and sculptures who made the special chair for the Pope's Philippines visit in 2016.

Today's financial aggregation of multiple sources that are initiated by various business strategists as investment insights is underpinned by influential businessmen who share experiences of navigating turbulent times to make the transition after lockdown.

Investment programs for 2021 and beyond had indicated a propelled increase. By 2023, companies and the entire planet will renew hope for the future and the starting point of the global race in business is now, Rey Nolasco said, CEO of RTN Holdings, and trustee for The Global European Chamber of Commerce for Asia.

“Location, location, location” is a phrase that tops all business topics. Dantru’s San Guillermo Complex is a perfect example. The Project is located not only in the very center of Laoag city, it is in the heart of everything that even the city’s iconic 15th-century Cathedral in just next to it.

"Sustainable Business is a vital player in our goals, said Ren Sibonga, CEO of Dantru.

Economic growth, trade, entrepreneurship, innovation, and the creation of decent jobs are tasks that are largely based on concerns. And efforts, are generally, what made investors jump on the bandwagon, Sibonga quipped.

12 Bells fronting the Immaculate Virgin Mary Plaza that rings every hour from 8 in the morning till 8 in the evening. The Bells are commissioned to be built in Belgium.