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Osomnimedia Design Group offers 1st World quality IT & Web management services to local and international businesses.
Based out of Davao City, our IT Team offers their promise to manage your company’s IT/Web needs to your 100% satisfaction. To meet and exceed your best standards without compromise.
Our team makes this promise to your IT Team, without excuse or exaggeration. Our motto is to exceed your expectations and become your best partner.
Whether you’re a Philippines company in Davao City, or a small/medium size business in the UK, Australia, or the US. Contact us today about how we can add value to your organization.
Office in Davao Philippines
4th Flr, K.S. Bldg.,
Sta. Ana Ave., Davao City
Office: +63 (082) 305-5517
About Davao Philippines
The City of Davao (Filipino: Lungsod ng Dabaw) is a highly-urbanized Philippine city. The city serves as the regional center of the Davao Region and the center of Metro Davao.
It has a population of 1,449,296 (according to 2010 census), making it the country’s largest city outside Metro Manila. The City Mayors Foundation ranks Davao City as the 87th fastest growing city in the world, and it has been listed by the FDi magazine as the 10th “Asian City of the Future”
Davao City is approximately 588 miles (946 km) southeast of Manila, 971 kilometres (524 nmi) by sea. Davao City is typhoon-free. The city enjoys a weather that remains balmy all year round.
With estimated urban area of 293.78 km2, or about 12% of the city’s total land area, Davao the largest city in Mindanao. Around 95.42% of the inhabitants live in the city’s urban center. However, as the population is pushed up by rapid migration growth, its urban landscape is rapidly expanding with sprawl spreading in all directions inland.
The common modes of public transportation are multicabs, jeepneys, tricycles, buses, and taxis. Multicabs and jeepneys ply 82 designated passenger vehicle routes around the clock. Tricycles ply the routes that are outside the main streets of the city. Taxis have several routes in and outside Davao City. In mountainous areas, the habal-habal passenger motorcycle is the main mode of transportation.
Davao City offers a wide bus network connection to major cities and provinces, not only in Mindanao but even as far as Manila and Pasay City in Luzon.
Davao City has direct flights to major cities in the Philippines and some Asian cities. The Francisco Bangoy International Airport serves the general area of the city and its surrounding areas.
The economy has been opened to global competition. Through a tariff, private investments has Davao City’s economy is steadily increasing in the last two decades. The city has shifted counting investments from millions in the 1980s to billions in the ’90s and pool of skilled workforce. With close to 1.5 million people as the primary market base, the city is conducive to business as evidenced by the presence of the country’s big companies.
Inflow of investments has been remarkable in the last ten years. Exports in the city is now a thousand dollar industry with a growing niche market for its products.
Its gross domestic product (GDP) is Php 21,914,645,328 (approx $521M USD)— Php 15,696 (approx $374 USD) per capita based on a regional survey in 2009.
(Excerpts from Wikipedia.org)