Without question, one of the most vital aspects of a thriving and successful business is establishing long-lasting relationships. However, as with any relationships, taking that first step can be a pretty daunting and tedious task.
The Center for Research and Communication (CRC) fully understands this, and this is why one of the key services that CRC offers as a leading research and consultancy services in the Philippines is Partnership Development. CRC makes sure to meticulously work with its clients by developing a deep understanding of their needs and carefully laying out their specifications.
Whether you’re a budding business or a giant enterprise, CRC can make business easier not only for you but for your clients as well. Firstly, CRC is able to meetup opportunities which will allow your clients to interact directly with potential partners here in the Philippines. Plus, to make these meetups even more effective, CRC can also create briefs for you and your clients. These briefings will contain primers and essential tips and advice on how business is done here in the Philippines for specific industry sectors. Such briefings can prove very useful in getting an overview of the Philippine market and landscape.
In addition, CRC has connections to different enterprises in fields such as the digital sector, energy, food and agribusiness, infrastructure and industry to transportation and logistics. Being hands-on in these industries has helped CRC gain extensive knowledge, unmatched expertise and widespread connections that are essential in building relationships.
As an example, CRC has produced fruitful partnerships with companies including the UnionBank as well as the Department of the Interior Local Government (DILG). Last September 28, 2020, UnionBank and CRC forged a relationship agreement to maximize each other’s industry expertise to expand their respective reach, in service of the two organizations’ shared vision of upskilling the Philippines’ IT industry. The relationship agreement lays the foundation for UnionBank and CRC to cooperate on many future activities, aiding in each other’s implementation of digital technologies and innovations. CRC also partnered with the Center for Local Government and Constitutional Reform (CLCR) of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and/or DILG-CLCR industry stakeholders starting April 2021 for a number of research and communication activities such as series of economic fora, and evidenced-based and policy research and discussions on constitutional reform, foreign direct investments, and the youth’s participation in nation building.
Founded in 1967 as a think tank applying economic insights to address business needs, CRC has grown to become one of the most important research and advisory firms in the country. Plus, being heavily involved in these collaborations among various sectors, it is undeniable that CRC not only has the right tools to help you initiate dialogue where dialogue is needed but it can also foster the right environment for partnership development through accurate and reliable business insights, tools and solutions to drive investors from all over the world to grow and expand your businesses in the Philippines.
Let CRC be your linkage in tapping the right partners and building a strong foundation for fruitful partnerships that will provide your clients and businesses substantial outcomes in the long run.
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The Center for Research Communication (CRC) is the research and consultancy link to Philippine business opportunities, uniquely poised to help you with business feasibility evaluation, demand and supply analysis, partnership development, project impact evaluation, value chain analysis, customized solutions for design thinking, data analytics and insights generation, and development of business strategies, and consultancy services for investors in Philippine market.