Consultancy firm to attract investors to Mindanao in business gab

Dec. 17, 2017

MARKET RESEARCH. In this file photo taken in July, PRIME Philippines Founder and Managing Director, Jet Yu, presents the result of the research they conducted to validate the real situation of property business in Davao City amid the implementation of martial law in Mindanao. (Robby Joy D. Salveron/

DAVAO CITY, Philippines — A real estate firm is set to gather stakeholders in a business forum in a bid to attract investors to Mindanao.

PRIME Philippines on Tuesday, December 12 announced that it will hold the first Mindanao Business Forum in Seda Vertis North, Quezon City on January 12 next year.

PRIME Philippines said the forum will focus on the Mindanao business landscape, highlighting the current state of Marawi City after the siege and the available investment opportunities for its restoration.

The program includes an in-depth discussion on the current business setting of Marawi which will tackle key investment areas. The talk will be led by PRIME Philippines Managing Director and CEO Jettson Yu.

Among the invited guests to the forum are National Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra, Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) Secretary General Falconi Millar, and Mindanao Development Authority Secretary Datu Abhul Khayr Alonto.

“As the flag carrier in the field of commercial real estate, PRIME Philippines is committed to its vision in providing the highest standard for real estate services as well as its pursuit in improving the country through its field. Being a recognized city-enabler, PRIME Philippines aims to bridge investors with the untapped business potential of Mindanao,” said Raphil Saguan, PRIME Philippines associate for Capital Markets and Investments.

For details on the event, you may contact Jen Namis at +63 917 530 3942 or (

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