Rich Filipino Businessmen in Davao


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Rich Filipino Businessmen in Davao City: a land teeming with durian aromas and pineapple plantations. But beyond the tropical bounty lies a hidden treasure trove – a community of driven Filipino entrepreneurs shaping the city’s, and even the nation’s, economic landscape. Today, we peel back the layers to explore the stories of five remarkable individuals who define “success” Davao-style.

Here’s the List of Rich Filipino Businessmen in Davao

Tony Tan Caktiong

Tony Tan Caktiong a Filipino business titan, rose from ice cream parlor proprietor to the helm of Jollibee, a global fast-food empire. He diversified his portfolio with DoubleDragon Properties, creating jobs and boosting the Philippine economy. A recipient of multiple prestigious awards, Tan Caktiong’s entrepreneurial spirit serves as an inspiration for countless Filipinos.

https://davaocorporate.info/coe-listing/tony-tan-caktiong/

Dennis Uy

Filipino business kingpin Dennis Uy commands a vast empire: Udenna Corporation. His fingers touch oil (Phoenix Petroleum, Malampaya gas field), shipping (Chelsea Logistics), real estate (Udenna Land), gaming (PH Resorts), and even telco (DITO Telecommunity). Beyond profit, Uy prioritizes social impact through foundations and leadership roles, earning him both wealth and respect. A true multi-faceted entrepreneur, Uy shapes the Philippines’ economic landscape.

https://davaocorporate.info/coe-listing/dennis-uy/

Antonio Floirendo Sr.

The inspiring journey of Tagum Agricultural Development Company, Incorporated or TADECO, began in December 20, 1950 when its founder, Don AOF (Antonio O. Floirendo, Sr.), turned his vision into a reality in the vast, swampy land of Southeastern Mindanao.

https://davaocorporate.info/coe-listing/antonio-floirendo-sr/

Roberto and Charita Puentespina

Charita Palmares Puentespina wears many hats. But the one she is most proud of is that of being a farmer. The farming bug caught her young while growing up in Iloilo, adapting to her new home in Davao, and then building a business whilst raising a family. In between a budding career as an orchids, she still managed to espouse the cause of women and children when she became Zonta president in the early ‘90s.

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