Manny Villar expects better 2018
The Vista Land chairman certainly believes 2018 will be a year of sustained growth and progress specially for himself.
In his Manila Bulletin column, Manny Villar said 2018 would be a “very good year for the economy and business.”
He cited the Social Weather Survey that states that “47% of adults expect their personal quality of life to improve in the next 12 months” and the rise of “new businesses — big, medium, small and micro — popping up in the malls, across the street and all over town” like “food parks taking over the Metro”.
Villar also proudly shared the promise of 2018 for his real eatate arm Vista Land Inc.
“Our home improvement shop, AllHome is doing very well with its 17 branches nationwide. Our AllDay Supermarket is also performing tremendously well with 13 branches and close to 100 branches of AllDay Convenience Stores nationwide. I am also very excited about our Coffee Project. We now have 21 branches and we have just opened a new store in Taft Avenue near De La Salle University and another one will soon open in BGC.
We also opened Bake My Day, which serves home baked breads and pastries with a European cafe ambience. We are diversifying into the hospitality industry with the projected opening of our first Hotel Mella in Las Piñas City in May 2018 to be followed by another one in Boracay, Tagaytay, Cebu, and Balanga, Bataan,” Villar said.
2018 may prove to be Manny Villar’s best year yet. #