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KMC Launches its First Office Space In Alabang, Increasing its Coworking and Private Office Footprint

Manila, Philippines – February 21, 2018 – KMC, the Philippines’ largest Coworking and Private Office Space provider, unveiled its first office space facility in Alabang, Southern Metro Manila’s premier business destination. The program was attended by key officials of KMC, entrepreneurs, and friends of KMC. Olive Rivera, Division Chief, Enterprise Development Division of the Department of Trade and Industry also attended and talked about the growth in Alabang as a rising CBD. With this addition, KMC now boasts over 52,000 square meters of office space across 21 buildings located throughout Makati, BGC, Ortigas, Cebu, Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Iloilo, and now Alabang.

A New KMC Office Space in Metro Manila’s Up and Coming Business District.

KMC’s latest office space is located inside the One Griffinstone building in Filinvest City Alabang. Filinvest City is recognized by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce as one of the best locations to do business in the Philippines, having been named the most business-friendly local government unit in the country.

Factors such as ease of accessibility, modern infrastructure, and cost competitiveness contribute to Alabang’s appeal to both national and international businesses looking to establish or relocate business operations. Griffinstone, one of Alabang’s newest properties and home to KMC’s Alabang space boasts both LEED Gold and PEZA accreditations, further adding to its attractiveness as a premier location for business operations.

The flexible workspace features KMC’s trademark design elements, in addition to boasting one of the KMC’s largest private office spaces, coupled with coworking spaces suitable for teams of all sizes.

“With the increasing number of foreign companies that want to establish presence in the Philippines, there is a growing demand for flexible workspaces,” said KMC Managing Director Michael McCullough. “The growing number of start-ups and entrepreneurs also prefer flexible workspaces as they offer low capital requirements and flexible leasing terms.” Aside from workspaces, KMC also offers a range of technical, legal and administrative support that eases the entry of foreign companies and start-ups into the business arena.

KMC’s Continued Commitment to Offer Choice Outside of Metro Manila’s CBDs

As established CBDs become more congested, KMC is committed to offering increased choice and convenience for companies in establishing their business operations anywhere throughout the Philippines. The company further cements its presence in Cebu with a second facility in the Cebu IT Park at Skyrise 4B to be launched next month. The first facility in Iloilo opened its doors last year at the Festive Walk Office Tower.

Coinciding with the launch, KMC offered a brief introduction regarding the future of the Philippine’s office rental industry, leveraging its own research data that takes into account the current preferences of the local workforce and college graduates in defining the ideal workplace setting.

As a testament to KMC’s commitment to office space innovation, One Griffinstone, boasts all of the features of the ideal modern workspace, including open lounge spaces, alternative work areas, and private meeting rooms.

Clients that have leased space from the facility have nothing but praise for its location and functionality.

“The office is near the commercial establishments, public parking areas, and transportation hubs. KMC was able to address most of our requirements, such as high-speed and reliable internet connectivity and a private office that’s flexible since our company is growing, meeting rooms, and many more,” said Sheena Lamera, Application Integration Engineer for Qualtera.

“We at KMC are committed to help local and foreign businesses, entrepreneurs, and small to medium-sized enterprises in the Philippines with seamless integrated ‘plug and play solutions’ that can contribute to their growth and expansion of their operations,” McCullough said.

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