Google opens new PH office to house Google Services

Google deepened its investment in the Philippines with the opening of another office in Metro Manila to support the growth of the country’s digital economy.

Google tackles the workplace like engineers tackle computer science — with data and a willingness to try new things and think outside the box. Photo credit: Google Services Philippines

“Over the last three years, we’ve welcomed new Google products and services to the Philippines and have seen a flourishing creator and developer ecosystem. These emphasized the country’s growth as a developing digital market and an important player in Google’s operations infrastructure,” said Google Philippine country manager Kenneth Lingan.

Located across its current office building in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, the new office carries a Filipino theme just like the first one, embodying the spirit of barangay or community.

The site houses Google employees who work under Google Services Philippines, which plays a key role in Google’s technical and operational support infrastructure, providing a broad range of services for select markets globally, including customer service, quality assurance, and sales activities.

Griffin Golamco, director and site lead for Google Services Philippines said, “This expansion is an answer to the rising need for a center for operations excellence in a digital economy, which the Philippines can clearly provide. This new office helps us engage better with our users, partners and advertisers around the world. At the same time, we want to help accelerate the growth of the tech services industry in the country. ”

Google’s workplace design philosophy focuses on creating workplaces that improve experience, health, and sustainability, which helps achieve maximum productivity with regard for well-being. Photo credit: Google Services Philippines

At the beginning of the year during its fifth anniversary celebration, Google Philippines laid down its focus areas of growth — access to the Internet, small businesses empowerment, and local content development — that will help “maximize the internet to create opportunities for Filipinos to unlock the country’s full potential.”

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