Why Invest in Cavite ?

Reasons for choosing Cavite as your destination for investment and tourism:

1. Strategic Location
     a. Cavite is proximate to the country’s urban center and to the country’s international gateways.
     b. With six major entry and exit points; going in and out of Cavite is easy.
     c. Cavite has a good road network; moving from one town to another place within the province is only a short distance drive.

2. Good Climate
    In general, climate condition in the province all throughout the year is ideal for both business and relaxation.
    Cavite has two pronounced seasons: relatively dry from November to April, and wet from May to October.
    Our warmest months are March, April, May , June and July with an average temperature of 28.8oCelsius.
    Our coolest months are January, February and December with an average temperature of 25.8oCelsius.

3. Generally Ideal Peace and Order Situation
     The generally ideal peace and order situation in the province is sustained thru the Cavite-Philippine National Police
program on increased police visibility particularly along chokepoints during day time and sustained night watch operations, while industrial peace and productivity is maintained thru peaceful dialogues and regular meetings between management and labor which has already been institutionalized thru organization of Cavite Tripartite Industrial Council (CTIC) and the creation of Cavite Industrial Peace Advisory Group (CIPAG).

4. Cavite has approved Development Plans
      Land in the province is delineated and allocated based on approved Provincial Physical Framework Plan (PPFP) and Provincial Development Plans (PDP) - 2005-2010

5. Cavite is rich in human resources
     Manpower resources abound in the province. Cavite boasts of its 96.52% literacy rate being a home to 1,760 schools. Prospective employees could be selected from among the graduates of various schools located in the province.

6. Cavite has 41 Industrial Zones to which you can conveniently locate
     The province fully adheres to the BOI and PEZA policies and investment incentives for company locators. The steady growth of company locators in the province is a healthy indicator of sustained business operations and continuous pouring of investments over the years.

7. Service providers for daily business operations are in place
     Power - from the National Power Corporation thru MERALCO
     Water Supply - From Ground Water Resources developed by respective IEs, water services from MAYNILAD and Local Water Districts
     Telephone Services (Land-based & Mobile) - From Philippine Long Distance Company (PLDT), Digital Telecomunications Philippines, Inc. (DIGITEL), Globe Telecommunications      Company, Mobiline, Express Telecommunications (Nextel), Smart Telecommunications, Piltel, and Islacom
     Telecommunication Services - From Radio Communication of the Phils, Inc. (RCPI), Philippine Telegraph & Telephone Company (PT&T), LBC & DHL

8. Major Infrastructure projects are being pushed for implementation and completion to complement rapid urbanization
     Infrastructure projects are R-1 Extension, Daang-Hari Road (CALA East-West Road), North-South Road, CALA Expressway, LRT-1 Extension, Ternate-Nasugbu Road and Sangley Point Port Development Project. 

First Class, World Class

    The First ISO 9001:2008 Certified Provincial Government in the Philippines. ISO 9001:2008 is a set of standards and requirements for the development of a quality management system commonly applied by private corporations and organizations to help ensure that the needs and expectations of customers are adequately and consistently met. These standards also enable organizations to develop mechanisms for continual improvement of products and services.
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    The good housekeeping seal is given to LGUs that excelled in the areas of planning, budgeting, revenue, mobilization, financial management, budget execution, procurement and resource mobilization. It also recognizes local governments that accord primacy to the principles of transparency and accountability. Recipients of the award also received one million pesos each from the DILG’s Performance Challenge Fund (PCF).
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    Cavite was also hailed as one of the Regional Gawad Pamana ng Lahi 2011 Awardee – Provincial Category.  Exemplary performance information is drawn from the database of the on-line LGPMS, Seal of Good Housekeeping, International Organization or National Government Agency-bestowed awards and acknowledged innovations.

Contact Us

   Address:         Provincial Capitol Building 
                        Trece Martires City, Cavite
                        4109 Cavite Philippines 

  Telephone:     +63 46 419-2311
  Email:            ask@cavite.gov.ph

   Web Admin:   Provincial ICT Web

   Telephone :    + 63 46 419-0157
   Email:            picto@cavite.gov.ph

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