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Officially named the "City of Mandaue" or simply known as "Mandaue City", it's a first-class highly urbanized city that is a part of the metropolitan area of Cebu. It's perched on the island province of Cebu in the Philippines with a population of about 362,654 people roaming around its streets. Mandaue is connected to Mactan Island via 2 bridges, the Mactan-Mandaue Bridge and the Marcelo Fernan Bridge. Approximately 40% of Cebu's export companies have their offices in Mandaue and the city has been dubbed the industrial hub of the region making it a "little rich city". Think along the lines of some of the world's biggest companies such as Coca-Cola Bottling Corp and San Miguel Corp to name a few. It also accounts for 75% of the country's total exports in the furniture market, so you definitely won't have to sit on a cardboard box in your coworking venue.

This land of jeepneys and dried seafood that crunches despite being chewy at the same time and will have your nose twitching at its pungent aroma, it's also where you can indulge in eclectic meals such as "dinuguan" (think pig's blood that is eaten like soup). A tourist hub with plenty of sights and beaches to swan around, Mandaue may not be a tech hub, but it does have its own buzzing community of entrepreneurial minds.

The Philippines has seen an unprecedented rise in the number of new and innovative businesses led by ambitious young entrepreneurs. The private sector is supporting startups with investment, creating incubation programs and providing mentorship. The government has launched numerous initiatives and is laying out plans to foster its startup community. Now that the Philippines has a more stable socio-political system, more businesses have been attracted to its shores. With high mobile usage rates and a large English-speaking population, the Philippines startup scene may be young but it is thriving. With the advent of coworking venues it is believed that it will help to create a culture of collaboration and support.

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