KMC MAG Group Garners Int'l Award
The Philippines Star, 06-18-2012
Manila, Philippines - The KMC MAG Group, a fast growing
Philippine real estate agency in the country, bagged the 2012
Highly Commended Real Estate Agency in the Philippines during the
prestigious Pacific Property Award's gala presentation dinner
recently at the J. W. Marriot Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Michael McCullough, KMC MAG managing director, personally
received the award and was very proud for having been the only
non-multi-national agency that won an award for the country
"proving that we are capable of beating other contenders within the
competitive Asia-Pacific property arena."
"We are proud of this achievement and recognition for the team's
passion, dedication and hard work. The level of professionalism was
achieved in just three years of our existence," he added. This
award will definitely support our continuous expansion, as well as
help us to be the most preferred and leading provider of
professional real estate services in the Philippines."
The Asia-Pacific Property Awards, in association with Bloomberg
Television and Google, is part of the International Property
Awards, the primary award-giving body that recognizes world-class
works in architecture, interior design and real estate
development. It is led by industry experts who strive to
recognize excellence in property management around the globe.
The KMC MAG Group is one of the major players in the flourishing
BPO industry in the Philippines by providing prime offices to
various international locators.
"The growth in the country's BPO industry is brought about by
the increase in the number of multinational BPO firms relocating to
the Philippines because of the very suitable infrastructures and
abundant office spaces among others," said Greg Kittleson, the
managing director of Kittelson and Carpo, a business consultancy
firm in the country.
"And with this growth, KMC MAG Group has played a key role by
providing these firms with excellent office spaces that are right
in the center of the business districts and transport systems,
which makes it more accessible for current and potential employees
and business partners," Kittleson said.