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Food is “More Than Sustenance” but “More Of an Experience”

Millennial-driven Food Parks expected to Increase as the second half of 2017 starts Searching for an Instagram-able place to dine in? Look no further as Food Parks may very well be right beside you. In today’s generation, Millennials see their dining locations not only as a place where they can eat food and satisfy their hunger but a “destination” where they get to experience their food. With the rise of the Instagram Trend, food became more of an artwork and a way of self-expression, rather than just for sustenance or nutrition. To cater to these millennials, more affordable Food Parks are established. PRIME Philippines has received numerous inquiries regarding the opportunities of starting up food parks given its increasing demand. Similar to Food Courts, Food Parks offer a wide assortment of food and beverages that caters to the wants and needs of the current generation. The difference between Food Courts and Food Parks is that Food Parks are outdoors and offer more than what a simple Food Court can. A Food Park can provide its diners with a variety of choices in food geared towards the theme of the specific food park. Food Park tenants tend to avoid generic food offerings and aim to offer their food in a unique way through packaging or through experimenting with tastes and different styles of food. Partnered with this, Food Parks have a unique and inviting ambiance through the different themes they offer. A Greenhouse Themed Food Park lets you experience nature as you enjoy the food. A Rustic Themed Food Park can remind you of the countryside experience. A Space Themed Food Park can give you a unique experience of the outer space with its space drinks and galaxy-themed food. A Carnival Themed Food Park can provide you with an exciting and wild setting of a carnival. Aside from these Food Parks, there are also other bizarre ones such as the Pokemon Themed Food Park with its tagline “Gotta Eat ‘Em All” where the food is designed to look like Pokémon characters. With these Food Parks’ elaborate set-ups, these destinations are becoming more of an experience worthy of being documented by the customers through photo sharing in the social media. With the increasing number of Themed Food Parks, what other surprises can these Food Parks have in store for us?

by PRIME Philippines Research and Advisory
Jun 16, 2017
PRIME Philippines | Asia Leaders Forum : Real Estate in the Philippines

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by PRIME Radar Team
Jul 14, 2016
PRIME Philippines | The Fastest Growing Real Estate Service Company in the Country

PRIME Philippines was featured by Sonshine Media Network International (SOMN) during its office inauguration last June 3, 2016 at the Pacific Century Tower in Quezon City. Property Interactive Marketing Enterprise Philippines, or PRIME Philippines, is the fastest growing real estate service company in the country, providing effective and integrated real estate solutions to clients such as developers, investors, businesses, and others. As a young company with 3 years of operation, PRIME has already generated more than 10 billion pesos in sales transactions and has handled more than 60 projects. Led by the managing director Mr. Jet Yu, PRIME Philippines was able to achieve success through its comprehensive and personalized services that meet the clients' needs. "The good thing about PRIME Philippines is that we really tailor fit our services to the specific details and requirements of our clients.", said Mr. Yu. He also expressed that PRIME ensures that ample attention is given to each client. "We make sure that each team assigned to any project is not overloaded with other projects. We believe that in order to provide real estate service at the highest standard, there should be a dedicated focus." Achieving tremendous feats for such a new company, PRIME has become a respected authority in the industry. PRIME Philippines, staying true to its mission of providing real estate services at the highest standard, will continue to prosper in delivering innovative, effective, and personalized real estate solutions that bring success to its clients.

by PRIME Radar Team
Jul 06, 2016
Beginner's Guide: Real Estate Investing for Millennials

Are you just starting out?  Sometimes real estate investing is quite hard to manage. We always think that it’s just waste of money and time. For Millennials, Real Estate investing can seem bit intimidating and it’s easy to get lost in the lights and sounds of all the blogs, books, and television gurus. With these in mind, I would like to share these tips that you can use as you embark on your journey to find financial freedom through real estate.   1.) Be Resolved. Real estate is not something to do on a whim. Investing in real estate is a lifelong pursuit to take control of your financial future – not a get-rich quick scheme. As an investor – you will struggle. You will make mistakes. You will fail. The successful investors are the ones who can take those experiences and turn them into lessons to improve their skills.   2.) You Don’t Need to Be an Expert in Real Estate Investing. Too many individuals talk about investing in real estate but instead just get bogged down with the vast amount of information out there. People often email me and ask me advice on areas of real estate know very little about. I try to help as much as possible or at least point them in the right direction, but the simple fact is no one knows it all. You don’t need to be a total expert in real estate. Always keep in mind that knowing the know-how and the basics makes people knowledgeable enough to understand and elaborate things clearly.   3.) Learn to Love Reading. You are obviously reading this article, so you apparently know how to read. Do more of this. If you don’t like reading – at least learn to listen to audio versions. Books have so much information in them and will surely teach you techniques and skills that you may opt to adapt. Start engaging yourself with financial and investments books. These books will help you create a brighter future. Remember, being knowledgeable is better than knowing nothing at all.   4.) As a Beginner, Connect with Local Investors. This doesn’t meant spam them with requests – but simply reach out. Begin hanging out where they hang out. Ask them to show you some of their properties. Most investors love to show off their accomplishments, so allow them to and pick up on every titbit of information they can give you. Local investors will have a much better grasp at what works in your community   5.) Get Creative. Robert Koyosaki said in his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad “The poor say “I can’t afford it.” The rich say “How can I afford it?” This simple practice will change the way you view conflict in all areas, including your real estate business.  Be creative and innovate things on your own. Changing one aspect to another allows oneself to be hip which can help you create a better living. 6.) Learn to Sacrifice. How bad do you want financial freedom? If you want to use real estate to start living the life you’ve always dreamed you are going to have to sacrifice. You may need to forgo a vacation and use the money toward a down payment instead. You may need to move several times in order to build up enough capital to begin investing. You may need to learn how to use a paint brush and do your own work. Investing in real estate is the most rewarding thing you’ll ever done – but it’s not always been easy. There were years of sacrificing (time, money, and opportunities) to get financially free. Actually real estate investments take time to be profitable. Always remember that real estate investments is like a seed of a plant, it takes time be fruitful at all.     7.) Learn (and Trust) Basic Math. The math involved in a real estate investment is not college calculus. We’re talking fifth grade math and it isn’t difficult to learn .Don’t assume anything – but use your math to make sure of the deal. Use a basic spreadsheet to analyze a deal. Once you understand the math – don’t deviate from it. Trust it. Don’t let your emotions get involved. Real estate is a number’s game and the quickest way to fail is to forget. 8.) Treat Real Estate Investment as your Own Business. Real estate is a business, so treat it that way. Keep it organized, build systems to manage your life, and seek to improve your efficiency. The reason so many landlords get burned out and hate the role is because they treat it as either a hobby or a job. It’s neither. You are a business owner and as such it is your job to manage the business to the standard which suits you best. I hope this list will help point you in the right direction. However, this isn’t going to tell you everything you need to know before investing in real estate but serves as good reminder for all of us Millennials, the generation of this era. I hope this quick short guide will help propel you toward success.  

by PRIME Radar Team
May 16, 2016
Prime Philippines | The Rise of the Modern Millennial Offices

Today, millennials have dominated the trends of creating modern office spaces and it’s quite new on today’s society. Gathering new ideas from the young bloods are more likely being adopt by the older generations. It’s young and vibrant presence increases the chances of an individual to stay longer in their company. Millennials’ are more dominant on seizing up their work. Each individual can multi-task jobs in a diverse and different level of thinking. Creating a harmonious, lively and interactive work can generate high sales and growth of the company. Young bloods are exceptional in terms of doing their daily task. They can balance work and play at the same time.  From baby boomers to generation Y worked has entirely changed. Millennials are more agile and adoptive with the culture around them. They can surpass expectations of their managers and supervisors. Being happy-go-lucky is one of their thing but when worked interferes millennials tends to respond aggressively with their jobs. Millennials are also known as “digital natives”. They were raised speaking the tech language and become incredibly fluent at a young age. Older generations tend to adjust and adopt innovations brought by them. This is where modern offices have risen. Companies these days used hi-tech and state-of-the-art facilities. They already amplified this trend and it’s seamlessly noticeable with the current generation today. Young entrepreneurs’ sets cutting- edge offices were rules and standards are create on their own. Many work places are becoming the manifestation of the “business casual” trend.  Interior design and flexible work zone are also one of the key factors why millennials are aggressively active with their work. While their primary purposes is to served-down focus work, workstation should also be designed to support one-on-one collaboration and the ability to turn an individual’s work surface into a table where a visiting colleague can fit, say a laptop and a cup of coffee. Work surfaces are being coupled with semi-fixed power/data splines that support movable components. These levels of flexibility enable employees to modify configuration when greater collaboration is needed.  Recent workplace concepts have attempted to created neighborhoods, which are not necessarily departmental or project-based groupings. Instead, the goal is to help co-employees to identify their neighborhood: to change their aspect from “my space” to “our space,” to give the workers the feeling of membership in the club, as opposed by simply ownership of a desk. Millennials are certainly part of the on-the-go generation. Millennials have an easy lifetime than the older generation. They can be robots programmed to behave in a distinctive matter. They can also multi-tasked in a way that everything is done at a time. With this kind of perspective, worked will continually innovate and perhaps helps the future generations to improve more.

by PRIME Radar Team
May 10, 2016