Hybrid workplaces

posted May 08, 2021 at 06:20 pm
by  Othel V. Campos
Davao-based property developer Damosa Land, Inc (DLI), and flexible workspace provider International Workplace Group (IWG) recently highlighted the growth in the use of hybrid workplaces and co-working spaces as the government eases quarantine restrictions.

Hybrid workplaces

DLI and IWG announced the opening of two franchise centers within the suburbs of Davao City - the Regus Felcris Centrale and HQ Topaz that opened in the first quarter of 2021, as well as the near completion of Regus Diamond Tower located in DLI’s 15-story Diamond Tower.

“This type of market, it’s been growing quite a lot over the past years,” explained DLI president Ricardo F. Lagdameo (shown here with IWG country manager for Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and South Korea Lars Wittig). ”We do believe that once the restrictions are not as tight, we’ll see some of these SMEs go back to centers such as this.”

IWG’s entry into Davao City in 2016 was through a partnership with DLI.

It resulted in the Regus Damosa Topaz Tower, the first flexible work center in Mindanao and one of IWG’s most successful centers in the country. 

Topics: Damosa Land Inc. , International Workplace Group , quarantine restrictions , Ricardo F. Lagdameo
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