We reached the final day of this trip. As usual, we started off after taking a walk in the city, but we have something to look forward to. It’s about having an interview with two applicants for promotion We were returning to the hotel and preparing for the interview at the cafe
Today’s day is almost over, but we can’t find anyone who is good at promotion. We decided to go to Jolibee, which is famous in the Philippines, for a change. Yusuke was excited at his first Jolibee. After ordering so much that we couldn’t eat all and enjoying the rest, we returned to the hotel for tomorrow.
We were still looking for people who were good at promotion. He was also looking for talented SNS professionals. This is because there is no point in making a good service or good product unless it is recognized. We were discussing how to get more efficient recognition between interviews. Promotion is a challenge for startups as much as financing. It’s no exaggeration to say that being able to get over this will determine whether you can become a unicorn company.
After lunch, we met with a lawyer to establish a company and get a working VISA. Then we returned to the hotel and continued the interview. I wonder how many cups of coffee I drink.
Our team had another fruitful and succesful seminar at Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology.
It was a great experience for us since the Engineering students were participating and enjoying during the lecture about the latest trends in technology such as the 5g tech and internet of things. We also added information about entrepreneurship and the students were given an opportunity to make a business plan and present it during the seminar.
The students and our team cast votes for the best business plan and the winners got prizes. It was indeed a productive and gratifying day for all of us.
Establishing a company in the Philippines.
When doing business in the Philippines, it is difficult and difficult for a startup company to establish a Japanese corporation. This is because the capital needs more than 20 million yen.
My recommendation is to first register your personal business with a trustworthy person and, when you see the future, create and register a Philippine corporation. In that case, 60% of the people in the Philippines will need to be on the board, cooperation from the locals is mandatory, and at the same time it is recommended to obtain a working VISA.
The plane we boarded landed at Manila Airport. A nostalgic atmosphere and warm air flowed, and it was wrapped in an exciting feeling that will begin.
We caught a taxi and headed to the hotel. When we finished the check-in, Yusuke said he didn’t expect me to speak English so much. While saying so, We entered the room thinking what I was thinking. Yusuke and I met after working together a year ago. The story began when I invited you to do business in the Philippines