Mastery of Philippines’ San Guillermo Persuade Investors

Mastery of Philippines’ San Guillermo Persuade Investors
Noubikko, CEO of RPConnect with Ren Sibonga, CEO of Dantru while discussing pandemic-driven marketing strategy
Mastery of Philippines’ San Guillermo Persuade Investors

October 30, 2021 - Prague, Czech Republic  -  Dubbed as “San Guillermo” short for the San Guillermo Shopping Mall Complex, a project that is heavily publicized by Noubikko, RPConnect’s CEO and San Francisco’s most outstanding Entrepreneur in the 80”s in California’s Silicon Valley. 

San Guillermo is a pandemic-driven project of Dantru Development Corporation which is inspired by its iconic landmark and location.  It is a community investment and a pandemic-driven concept that makes investors giggle for its unconventional mastery.  It is entrepreneurial and original according to Stanislaw Mares, editor of Business Economics, and Dr. Joanna Castillo, M.D. former UN Medical Consultant and now CEO of PowerFirm, a company that supplies Mobile Clinic in the Philippines.


We have been closely monitoring the project said one of the locals in the area, we’ve seen how Datru Developers had been doing their extensive study of the area.  The San Guillermo Complex is a must-watch.

The San Guillermo Complex is a collage of mixed proven formulas which is taken into consideration.  In the Czech Republic, according to Noubikko, the now-historical landmark built in 1881, the Narodni Divadlo or the National Theater was built from a nationwide effort with a marketing strategy which can also be compared with that of start-up companies in California’s  Silicon Valley in the ’80s.  The iconic landmark can be compared to San Guillermo of Laoag City.

Early Christian fathers since 270 AD, monasteries were built and there were no investors, Noubikko said. Then Benedict around 530 C.E. wrote the Rule on the observance of sustainability attuned to helping each other to survive, it was the time when there were no grocery stores or wholesale food suppliers. They had no one to rely on but themselves.  No Banks and no credit line yet monasteries and hospitals were built and that still exist today.

All of the above have something to teach us.  What Covid ultimately did is open the doors for more avenues where many fortunes and valued experiences have been ignored.

By 2022,  the entire planet is ready to take on their gloves and work in concrete terms to be in the race for the future, Laoag city will be one of them.