Philippine-listed PHINMA Corporation has announced plans to build a business process outsourcing (BPO) tower with commercial space in Cebu City. The plan was unveiled during the inauguration of the Southwestern University (SWU) PHINMA building, which is part of a five-year development plan laid out by PHINMA Education and University President Dr. Chito Salazar. The group’s property arm, PHINMA Properties, said the BPO tower will also feature a 560-room dormitory exclusive for SWU PHINMA students. Salazar said PHINMA Education is making sure to have an environment and facilities to be able to serve the students better, in line with its mission of “Making Lives Better Through Education”.
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