CDO developer joins Rome business event, promotes PH and CDO investments
ITPI’s Architect Romolo Nati together with Philippine Ambassador S.E. Virgil Reyes (middle).
Italpinas’ multi-awarded architect and CEO, Romolo V. Nati, attended a business event in Rome last October 18, 2014 with the theme “Business Meeting to stimulate and strengthen the cultural and trade exchange between Italy and the Philippines.
The meeting at Luigi Pigorini Museum, Piazza G. Marconi 14 in Rome was sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines in Rome, headed by Ambassador S. E. Virgil A. Reyes Jr. and organized by Mrs. Marie Luarca-Reyes of ENFiD.org, Michele Piacentini of LESARTISTES.it with the coordination of the Study Legal Cardia.
During the recently conducted meeting, Architect Nati talked about how he started promoting green developments in thePhilippines and discussed to the Italian business community the favorable business and economic climate for Italian investors.
“As a developing country [Philippines], the success rate in investments is actually above average. Since 2006 to 2013, there is a rising middle class population. This results to a high demand on housing, providing a great opportunity for real estate companies,” Architect Nati said.
Italpinas, a joint venture success story.
Since ITPI started in 2009, CEO Architect Nati believed that investing in the Philippines could bring about successful and mutually beneficial partnerships for both countries.
“I am glad that the Philippine Embassy in Rome considers Italpinas a success story and a prime example of a joint venture between the Philippines and Italy. The Philippines is a growing country and I am inspired to continually encourage the Italian companies to see the good opportunities in the Philippines,” Nati expressed.
“The success of Italpinas especially our premier green project in Cagayan de Oro Primavera Residences, is an example of a fruitful collaboration. As a multi-awarded and well-recognized development, the company is doing good and will continue producing eco-friendly developments in alternative cities.”
Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-development Corporation (ITPI), is an Italian-Filipino green property developer that specializes in sustainable development. Its first project is Primavera Residences, the first eco-friendly condominium development in Cagayan de Oro which has been awarded as the Best Mixed-Use Development in the Philippines by the Asia Pacific Property Awards.