Philippines’ Maltese consulate supports Manila 2020 shows
Partnership will strengthen relationships and offer significant economic ROI
The Consulate of the Republic of the Philippines in Malta has announced its support for SiGMA Group’s planned initiatives in Manila. In 2020, SiGMA Group will launch SiGMA Manila and the Manila AI and Blockchain Summit following the opening of an office in the region.
The Group’s move eastwards capitalises on the strong interest in Asia for iGaming and emerging technologies, with an eye towards the growing value there for companies looking to move into up-and-coming iGaming markets. In collaboration with the Consulate, SiGMA hopes to strengthen trade ties, bringing fresh opportunities for business to European affiliates, operators, and suppliers.
Aside from taking on a supportive role for European companies looking to forge closer relations with their Asian counterparts, the launch of the Manila 2020 shows promises to bring a myriad of benefits to the hotspot, with the introduction of a number of international clients to the Asia region exerting a strong economic impact on the area.
The Philippine Consulate in Malta seeks to promote the Philippines as a business and holiday destination with the end view to strengthen relationships between Malta and the Philippines. With this in mind the Consulate aims to engender opportunities for Maltese-registered companies to exhibit at the SiGMA shows in Manila and to foster a connection with Philippine companies as well as build-up the event in the coming months.
Eman Pulis, CEO SiGMA Group, commented, “We’re going to help put the spotlight on the Philippines, embracing the best of the iGaming and tech communities, with the hope that these companies that we bring there will end up setting up offices and getting a licence in the Philippines. We do not just want to react to what’s going on out there, but we want to take an active, leading role in not only bringing the Asian and European community together but also building long lasting commercial opportunities.”
Philippine Consul to Malta Roger A. Strickland Jr, a.h., added, “Having established the Consulate in January 2016 a lot of progress has been made in increasing awareness of the Philippines both as a Holiday Destination but also as a business gateway to the rest of Asia. The Philippines does not disappoint all those travellers who go the extra mile to visit it and absolutely nothing compares to the rich and abundant diverse natural resources the Philippines has to offer.
“What also makes the Philippines a truly wonderful country is the Filipino’s themselves thanks to their abundant talent, courtesy and warm hospitality. The Filipino workers hold a variety of skills, are bilingual, have a good educational level and are highly competent exhibiting highly reliable work ethics. We are very pleased to support SIGMA 2020 in Manila and the Consulate is available for any information that travellers or businesses might need in considering their options for their Asia focused business. ”
SiGMA Manila and Manila AI & Blockchain Summit will take place June 8th-9th 2020 at the SMX Convention Centre, Manila. The shows in Manila in 2020 expect to welcome over 600 exhibitors and 11,000 attendees from across the globe for two days of conferences and workshops, and premier networking events.