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Megacitizens who are looking to shop for items that feature unique Filipino craftsmanship and culture this holiday season should not miss the Global Pinoy Bazaar on November 15 to 16, at the Rockwell Tent, Makati City.
The international crowd that gathered at the October Stammtisch shared some of their experiences as well as tips on setting up a business in the Philippines. Megacitizens from Austria, Germany, US, Brazil, Ethiopia, and the Philippines also shared stories from their previous postings in other Asian countries. Bonhomie filled Le Cafe Curieux amid overflowing bottles of beer, shots of rum and plates of tapas.
Starting a business in the Philippines for foreigners can be a bit tricky sometimes, that is why the October Stammtisch will be talking about setting up business in the Philippines for expats. Megacitizens.com will also be launching its "snapshot-project"!
French national and long-time Metro Manila resident Jean-Marc Freihuber, founder of City Kart Racing in Circuit Makati, tells Megacitizens.com how upset he was the first time he saw Boracay, the moment he fell in love with Bohol, the time he found the love of his life, and when he decided the Philippines felt home, and will always feel home, to him.