Outsourcing Things Done is making the move to Bonifacio Global City, Taguig in the Philippines!
The new office will be located at the newly built Picadilly Building in the heart of the Fort Bonifacio area, one of the most hip and happening places in the country right now. The area, more popularly known as "The Fort" is conveniently situated between the business hubs of Makati City and Ortigas Center in Pasig City. It is proximate to the Manila domestic and international airports and is accessible via: The Kalayaan Avenue from the North, the Kalayaan Flyover via EDSA and Makati, McKinley Road from the West, the three gates from C-5 Highway from the east, and via the Airport through Villamor Air Base from the south.
"The Fort" is probably the Philippines' most advanced area in terms of luxury living, with high-end residences, shopping, health care facilities, night life, and bustling business. It boasts of a new masterplan that blends technology and aesthetics to cover its 36-hectare radius. It's home to the most spectacular upscale condos in the Philippines which include Serendra, Essensa Towers, Pacific Plaza, One McKinley Place and Regent Parkway.
Bonifacio High Street, a very popular destination in the City Center caters to the who's who of the metropolis as it flows with popular restaurants, flagship stores of various brands (The Gap, Calvin Klein, Nike, to name a few), corporate offices along with a kilometer-long activity park.
Big business players like The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Lawson Software, Inc., Fujitsu Corporation, Ericsson and TetraPak have establishments in the Fort area. Some have also moved their national headquarters here. MTV Philippines also calls "The Fort" home.
To put it in the simplest manner, The Fort is a nice blend between Beverly Hills and New York City.
It's an exciting time for Outsourcingthingsdone as our new office space will be able to accomodate our growing team of employees and management.
Check out the pictures below, to see our new office space at the Piccadilly building: