IN ADDITION to serious implications for people’s health and healthcare services, the Covid-19 has impacted nearly all aspects of people’s lives, including how businesses operate. As restrictions are gradually lifted, Mandani Bay developer HTLand Inc. remains committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of its team members, clients, business partners and other stakeholders.
Coping with challenges on market behavior and economic trends, Mandani Bay has been implementing ways to seamlessly do business through the use of digital technology. This includes immersive tools and reference materials such as virtual tours, comprehensive online presentations, online reservation and enhanced website and social media content.
With the re-opening of its Show Gallery and corporate offices, HTLand has implemented sanitation procedures that strictly adhere to guidelines set by the Department of Health.
“With half of our workforce still working from home, we assure our clients and partners that business transactions and customer service are just as smooth as what we can offer in person,”said Gilbert Ang, HTLand project director.
Ang added that despite challenges in construction due to disruption brought by the health crisis, HTLand remains upbeat that it can deliver on its promise of welcoming its first few residents with the turnover of Mandani Bay Suites units starting early 2021.
Furthermore, construction of the Mandani Bay Quay is in full swing along with other key support facilities, making Mandani Bay a complete lifestyle destination.
Jeffrey Lun, HTLand project adviser, said as the world adapts to the new normal and addresses challenges brought by the health crisis, Mandani Bay commits to all its stakeholders a strong and seamless return to operations, providing quality customer experience and tools to ensure convenient business transactions.
“In these unprecedented times, there is nothing more important than working together and taking care of each other. Cautiously and responsibly, we will move forward with gratitude, purpose and hope that we will bounce back bigger and stronger, and get back on our feet sooner, along with the rest of the world,” Lun said. SPONSORED CONTENT