Regional Development Planning/Strategy
▪ Socio-economic Development Planning
▪ Regional Development Strategy
▪ Regional Industrial Development Strategy
▪ Tourism Development Planning
The concept of regional development has evolved in the context of globalization. Regions now face emergent issues that ensure local socio-economic wellbeing even as they strive for growth through international trade and connectedness.
A firm practitioner of both horizontal and vertical coordination in its studies, ALMEC Corporation has espoused socio-economic dynamism beyond traditional administrative boundaries of cities, provinces, or countries and has promoted horizontal/vertical coordination.
In regional development planning ALMEC Corporation has been a paragon of sound and strategic utilization of a region’s economic, cultural, and institutional strengths molded through a well-defined and comprehensive strategy and vision of growth.
Keywords: International Competitiveness / Environmental Sustainability with Economic Development / Region-specific Industrial Policy / Poverty Reduction / Minority Consideration / Stakeholder Workshop / Community Involvement / Analysis on Development Potential / Urban Atlas / Capacity Development