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2015 is the year to start a new creative business and capitalize on new opportunities in Manila!
It’s the year when you can throw new business ideas into the marketplace and have a higher chance to succeed. People nowadays are more exposed to travel, more open to new concepts, and demand more groundbreaking businesses.
It feels like 10 years ago, when blogging was still in its infancy and the Philippines was just being discovered by the world. There’s a real opportunity to get that first-mover advantage and capitalize on the trends.
2015 is the year of NO EXCUSES. If you don’t make lots of money this year, you only have yourself to blame for not capitalizing on the biggest opportunities.
I would like to share with you the 10 Biggest Money-Making Opportunities in Manila in 2015…
1. Madrid Fusión & the Culinary Revolution in Manila
Elena Arzak (Arzak, 3 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
Madrid Fusión Manila is the gastronomic event that will introduce the flavors and ingredients of Manila to the world. It’s envisioned to be the catalyst for making Manila the center of culinary excellence in the region.
The event consists of three exciting events–the International Gastronomy Congress, the Trade Exhibition, and the Flavors of the Philippines Festival. It will be held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay City this summer, from April 24 to 26, 2015.
It will feature the best of critically renowned chefs from Spain and Manila:
Featured Spanish Chefs:
● Andoni Luis Aduriz (Mugaritz, 2 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Elena Arzak (Arzak, 3 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Quique Dacosta (Denia, 3 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Ramón Freixa (Ramón Freixa Madrid, 2 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Francis Paniego (Echaurren, 2 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Paco Roncero (La Terraza del Casino, 2 Michelin stars & 3 Repsol suns)
● Mario Sandoval (Coque, 1 Michelin star & 3 Repsol suns)
● Paco Torreblanca (Torreblanca Bombonerías, Best Pastry Chef in Spain and Europe)
Featured Filipino Chefs:
● Fernando Aracama (Aracama)
● Margarita Fores (Lusso)
● Jay Gamboa (Cirkulo)
● José Luis Gonzalez (Gallery Vask)
● Pepe Lopez (Rambla)
● Rob Pengson (The Goose Station)
● Bruce Ricketts (Mecha Uma)
● Myrna Segismundo (Restaurant 9501)
● Claude Tayag (Bale Dutung)
● Juan Carlos de Terry (Terry’s)
The Manila culinary landscape will surely move to the next level.
Are you prepared for Madrid Fusión? Is your food & beverage business ready to take advantage of this culinary revolution in Manila?
For information on the chefs, the activities and registration, please visit http://madridfusionmanila.com.