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Sime Property partners TNB for sustainable energy initiativ…


KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Property Bhd has entered into a strategic partnership with Tenanga Nasional Bhd for the exploration and development of sustainable energy initiatives.

In a statement, the property developer said both parties will explore potential joint venture partnerships to integrate rooftop solar solutions in the Group’s townships and developments.

It said the residential solar pilot project includes the leasing of rooftop spaces or implementation of rooftop solar solutions on up to 1,000 existing and future properties in the City of Elmina or other potential townships.

Additionally, Sime Darby Property and TNB will seek to explore the implementation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure within townships and/or developments by the Group.

Both strategic partners will also look into microgrid solutions in townships, managed industrial parks and landbanks within Sime Darby Property.

“This partnership reflects our strategy to develop a sustainable and commercially viable portfolio that will enable us to lead the domestic real estate industry’s transition to renewable energy.

“It also signifies our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint and playing our role in the nation’s green agenda,” said Sime Darby Property group managing director Datuk Azmir Merican.


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New York Wine & Grape Foundation Unveils New Logos, Resourc…


September 20th, 2023 – Penn Yan, NY — The New York Wine & Grape Foundation (NYWGF) is pleased to announce the culmination of its Brand Expansion project in partnership with Born Collective. The goal of this initiative, which began in April 2022, was to create tools and resources designed to increase the recognition of the New York wine and grape industry to global trade, media, and consumer audiences.

NYWGF is now proud to provide a comprehensive ‘New York Wines Marketing Toolkit’ online, including a range of new regional assets, an updated Boldly, NY. logo, and all-new ‘New York Wines’ and ‘Sustainable Winegrowing’ logos. Assets and Brand Guidelines are available for download on-demand here.

The New York Wines Marketing Toolkit was created based on feedback from wineries, restaurants, retailers, and other stakeholders. The toolkit includes regional graphics and taglines for each of New York’s seven major AVAs, informational flyers, a brochure, maps, posters, videos, sample advertising, and social media language that will help accurately and artfully tell the story of our community, including its commitment to sustainability.

All interested wineries, growers, and global trade, media, and other partners are invited to learn more about the New York Wines Brand Expansion on October 5th, 2023, from 10 AM – 12 PM EST. During this webinar, participants will learn about the process that shaped the final assets, how they work together to tell the story of New York Wines, and how to best use the tools in your own promotion. Please click here to RSVP.

Sam Filler, Executive Director of NWYGF said, “We are thrilled to unveil the results of this initiative to the world. The Brand Expansion project was truly a community-led effort, with a significant amount of time dedicated to gathering feedback from leaders in the winery, grower, retail, and restaurant spaces. We extend our deep thanks to those that contributed their knowledge and expertise. We also appreciate the guidance of the Born Collective team and look forward to evolving our Marketing Toolkit regularly to consistently and accurately tell the story of New York wines to a global audience and best meet the needs of our diverse stakeholders.”

Wendy Wilson Oakes, Board Chair of NWYGF said, “We are proud to play our part in supporting the efforts of those already working so diligently to expand the brand presence of New York Wines, both here in the states and throughout our international markets. The NWYGF Board of Directors is dedicated to continued investment in projects and programs like these that improve our marketing outreach every year.”

Robert Madill, Promotions Committee Chair of NYWGF said, “As a wine educator and former winery owner, I am proud to see New York launch a powerful marketing toolkit that also serves a very important educational purpose. These tools will be integral for any trade, media, or consumer seeking to learn more about what makes New York wine so special, including our unique regional distinctions. NYGWF’s newly released assets will inspire people to begin their New York wine journey and support them along the way.“

Valerie Venezia-Ross, Director of Programs and Marketing said, “We are excited to finally share these assets with our community and with the global champions of New York wine everywhere. Our partners here in the States and abroad deserve engaging, dynamic, high-quality tools to help tell the story of our world-class wine region that is quickly becoming the darling of those ‘in the know.’ With the help of these assets and our partners’ efforts, New York Wines will no longer be a well-kept secret.”

The New York Wines Resources page will be updated regularly with foreign language versions of current assets, as well as new or revised assets based on feedback from members, program participants, consumers, and members of the trade, and media. Feedback may be submitted online here.


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ADGM to boost sustainable finance hub status


In a bid to solidify trust with environmental, social and governance (ESG)-focused issuers and investors, Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the emirate’s financial centre, is strengthening its regulatory framework to boost its status as a sustainable finance hub.

ADGM’s sustainable finance ambitions also come as the United Arab Emirates (UAE) prepares to host the 28th edition of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) in November and December. Despite being one of the world’s largest oil producers, the UAE became the first Middle Eastern country to ratify the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement as well as the first to pledge net-zero by 2050 in October 2021.

Accordingly, ADGM, and by extension the UAE, is hoping to attract investment and capital to help finance climate-related projects as the oil-rich state seeks to decarbonise its economy.

“Our ambition is to help the UAE realise these goals through the development of ADGM as a sustainable finance hub, where capital is raised and allocated to sustainability-orientated projects and activities that will help achieve the UAE’s net-zero emissions target,” says Emmanuel Givanakis, CEO of ADGM Financial Services Regulatory Authority.

ADGM’s sustainable finance framework

To strengthen and harmonise sustainability regulations, ADGM implemented its sustainable regulatory finance framework (SFF) in July, following a draft proposal in November 2022 and subsequent consultations.

“The framework encompasses rules on sustainability-orientated investment funds, managed portfolios and bonds as well as requirements for ESG disclosures by ADGM companies,” according to an ADGM statement. “The measures will accelerate the growth of a sustainable finance ecosystem in the jurisdiction and support the UAE’s transition to net zero greenhouse gas emissions.”

ADGM added that to recognise products and services that are aiding the transition, it will confer a designation on those that purport to meet its robust minimum standards, according to the statement.

“It will also permit ADGM’s ‘designation mark’ to be used in marketing materials and client communications,” the statement added. “A designation mark will provide investors with a level of confidence that those products and services purport to meet ADGM’s minimum standards, catalysing investors to channel capital towards the green transition.”

Givanakis says that the SFF is a robust regulatory framework called for by investors and industry practitioners to reduce the potential for greenwashing in investments.

“It [SFF] will build investor trust and thereby channel capital towards those ADGM-based financial institutions that will provide products and services aligned with the framework,” he adds.

ADGM’s SFF follows other jurisdictions such as the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regime in 2021, according to analysis by law firm Morgan Lewis. It highlights that the rationale behind the framework is to help investors identify sustainable investments while mitigating the risk of greenwashing.

“By creating the ADGM designation for retail funds or for issuers labelled sustainable bonds and sukuk that are related to widely accepted standards and principles, [ADGM] is encouraging products that give better clarity and consistency with at least harmonisation around existing standards, rather than developing another taxonomy or set of requirements for sustainable issuers,” says Blake Goud, CEO of RFI Foundation, a sustainable finance think tank.

“The only gap here is that by making the use of the designation voluntary, versus making it mandatory, it allows for greenwashing by those not pursuing the designation in ways that are familiar across the market,” he adds.

A standardised framework also opens a path for smaller-sized issuers (which may not have an internal sustainability programme) to market their sustainable instruments to prospective investors.

“This framework opens a new category for issuers that are smaller and do not have international scale and ambition,” says Debashis Dey, a partner at White & Case in Dubai. “It lowers barriers and provides an approved third-party guide for smaller companies and funds. The framework should make ADGM more attractive for inward investment in the ESG space as well as boost the UAE’s drive to be a sustainable finance hub.”

Building a sustainable finance hub

Since 2019, ADGM has been working to become a sustainable finance hub. Its vision is based on four broad pillars: integrating sustainability considerations into the regulatory framework; building cooperation with national and international stakeholders; fostering communication, knowledge and awareness; and creating a sustainable finance ecosystem.

The SFF adds to the reforms ADGM has undertaken, including the regulation of carbon offsets, which paves the way for the world’s first regulated carbon offsets exchange and clearing house in ADGM, AirCarbon Exchange.

Other initiatives include the Abu Dhabi Sustainable Finance Declaration, a voluntary membership-based initiative to increase the depth and quality of green and sustainable financial products. ADGM also hosts events including Abu Dhabi Finance Week, which aim to bring stakeholders and policymakers together.

On a national level, ADGM chairs the Sustainable Finance Working Group, comprised of UAE regulators, federal ministries and exchanges, who are working together to ensure that ESG disclosures are published by financial institutions while also developing the UAE’s green taxonomy.

“These initiatives follow the publication of guiding principles by the group earlier this year to encourage financial institutions to reflect climate-related risks in their risk management practices,” says Givanakis. “These measures will further promote the prospect of attracting FDI [foreign direct investment] into the UAE’s transitioning economy as it advances along a pathway to decarbonise.”

Gearing up for COP28

As the UAE gears up for COP28 hosting duties, policymakers are hoping that in addition to climate discussions, there will ample opportunities for investors in sustainable finance products and companies in the ADGM.

“ADGM stands ready to operationalise the outcomes of COP28 as an international financial centre with its comprehensive SFF already in place,” says Givanakis. “We anticipate COP28 will contribute to acceleration of our own growth as an international hub of sustainable finance, through local and foreign direct investment being channelled into ADGM-based investment vehicles and companies, thereby enabling the transition to net zero.”

Nonetheless, post-COP28, ADGM will likely update and improve its SFF as well as launch more initiatives to support the UAE’s climate commitments.

“Whilst a mandatory taxonomy and ESG disclosure may not be on the agenda, more initiatives are likely in the coming months and years, as the UAE works towards net zero in 2050,” says White & Case’s Dey.


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Sri Lanka Retail Forum 2023 announces impressive speaker li…


The Sri Lanka Retailers’ Association (SLRA) is set to host the retail industry’s premier knowledge event, the Sri Lanka Retail Forum 2023, commencing at 9 a.m. on 19 October, at the Shangri-La Hotel Colombo. 

Conducted this year under the theme ‘Sparking success: Reigniting the flame of retail growth’, the forum will explore emerging trends in retail both locally and globally, and explore innovative strategies to enhance retail operations and consumer reach. 

Aiming to inspire and invigorate the Sri Lankan retail industry, the forum will delve into four focus areas, exploring the ‘Status of Retail in Sri Lanka and the Way Forward’, ‘Paving the Path to Success in Organized Retail’, ‘Beyond the Retail Walls, Outside – In’ and ‘Exploring the Tourism – Retail Nexus’. The sessions have been curated to explore key aspects of the retail industry, in order to identify current industry challenges, share innovative best practices, and spotlight key turning points. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from national and international industry leaders, gaining insights on emerging opportunities for Sri Lankan retailers to capitalise on, key challenges that need to be addressed to ensure sustainable growth, as well as leveraging emerging international trends in the local context. 

Session 1 titled ‘The Status of Retail in Sri Lanka and the Way Forward’ will focus on the dynamics of Sri Lanka’s current retail environment, and address aspects such as the rise of the discerning consumer, critical challenges in affordability, the tech-driven evolution of retail efficiency, and looming concerns such as the grey market’s growth and potential customer transitions. The speakers at this session will be Kantar Director/Head Himalee Madurasinghe, Clootrack – Sri Lanka, Maldives and Pakistan President Dr. Rohantha Athukorale, and Omar Khan of Sensei. 

Session 2 titled ‘Paving the Path to Success in Organized Retails’ will focus on exploring the pivotal role of retail as the primary bridge between products and consumers and its potential in improving brand recognition. Speakers at the session will be McKinsey and Company India (Bangalore office) Associate Partner Siddharth Shrotriya, and Unilever Sri Lanka Ltd. Chairperson and Managing Director Hajar Alafifi. 

A panel discussion comprising Nestlé Lanka PLC Managing Director Bernhard Stefan, Daraz Sri Lanka Managing Director Bart van Dijk, and PepperCube Consultants Chief Insights Officer/Executive Director Crystal Nathan, will follow. 


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For sustainable finance to flow in the Philippines, transpa…


Manila, Philippines, 15 September – With up to 20 typhoons barrelling into the country every year, the Philippines incurs some P200 billion (US$3.5 billion) in economic losses annually from extreme weather events and other natural disasters. 

Amid this backdrop, the Philippines edition of Unlocking Capital For Sustainability (UCFS) 2023, which was themed “Mobilising climate finance from the 4Ps – Public, private, and philanthropic partnerships”, gathered more than 100 attendees, including policymakers, banks, philanthropic organisations and international development partners at Conrad Manila on Thursday to discuss how the country can access more finance for positive climate action.

Organised by Eco-Business in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), this regional forum is part of Eco-Business’ annual flagship event on sustainable finance for Asia Pacific. Among the key themes that emerged from the forum was the need for transparency on government spending, and for proponents of climate funding to submit project proposals that have robust environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards.

Eufrocinio M. Bernabe, Jr, Assistant Secretary, Office of the Chief Economist, Department of Finance, who spoke about the Maharlika Investment Fund, said, “As climate change increasingly shapes institutional sector-wide vulnerabilities, we must bring the same urgency as we have seen in the unprecedented speed in the race to develop the Covid-19 vaccine. The race to net zero is a multi-decade marathon which has already begun. Getting to the finish line will require [halving] global emissions by 2030.”

H.E. Christian Halaas Lyster, Ambassador, Royal Norwegian Embassy Manila, touched upon Norway’s sovereign investment fund, highlighting that Norfund has already invested some US$818 million towards strengthening the Philippines’ climate resilience and supporting sustainable growth.

“Norway, through our pension fund, is indirectly working to unlock capital for sustainability. Every Norwegian, myself included, owns around US$250,000 of this fund. This was done to ensure long-term management of values. We have a generation fund that not only belongs to the generations of today, but also the generations of tomorrow.” 

Atty Federico Tancongco, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer, Head of Compliance and Legal Department, BDO Unibank, highlighted that in 2022 the bank successfully raised P52.7 billion (US$927 million) in peso-denominated fixed-rate Asean sustainability bonds, more than 10 times the original offer of P5 billion (US$88 million), due to robust demand from retail and institutional investors.

“[Within] the context of the Philippines, this is huge. There are so many [that] want to go into [sustainable finance]. We have to connect [funds] to viable projects because the money is there.”

Rhodora Brazil-De Vera, Deputy Director, Supervisory Policy and Research Department, Financial Supervision Sector, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, announced that the central bank is working with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Insurance Commission to develop the Philippines’ sustainable finance taxonomy guidelines, with the support of the World Bank, to be launched later this year and emphasised the need for green capacity building in financial institutions.

“There is no just transition where there is inequality. We’re convening policy leaders, banks, philanthropic givers, investors and key stakeholders to catalyse finance for the Philippines and see that development benefits not only capitalists but the Filipino people at the margins,” said Ping Manongdo, Country Director, Philippines, and Assistant Director, Partnerships, Eco-Business.

“Beyond funding and investments, we at BDO are committed to providing access to capital to customers to help them transition into either renewable energy businesses or projects that support a low-carbon transition. That means we will not leave our customers behind but we will perform a stewardship role to help them transition,” said Marla Garin-Alvarez, Vice President & Head, Sustainability Office, Compliance Group, BDO Unibank.

Marcel Silvius, Philippines Country Representative, Deputy Director Asia, Sustainable Landscapes CoP Lead Asia-Pacific, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), underscored that going green is the only way forward in navigating an uncertain future.

“In the realm of climate change, extending the life of a tree [holds] more value than [its] timber. We need to invest in sustainable landscapes. It’s not throwing money at climate change; it’s an investment that will have a payback. It will enhance your economy. Going forward, a green economy is the way to go,” he concluded.

The event’s strategic partner was BDO Unibank. Its supporting partner was SM Investments Corporation. Its knowledge partners include ADB SEADS, AVPN, and Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS).

For more information, visit the Unlocking Capital For Sustainability website at https://www.unlockingcapitalforsustainability.com/philippines/2023.

For high-resolution photos from the event, please visit this page. 


Notes to Editors: 

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About Eco-Business  

Established in 2009, Eco-Business is an independent media and business intelligence company dedicated to sustainable development and ESG performance. It publishes high quality, trusted news and views in multimedia formats on business and policy developments around the world with a sustainability and ESG-focused lens.  

Eco-Business provides research and consulting on a wide range of issues which create strategic value for our partners and clients. It owns and creates thought-leadership platforms which inform policymaking, improve business practices and foster collaboration among different sectors. Eco-Business is headquartered in Singapore, with a presence in Manila, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Zurich, New York, and correspondents in major cities across the world. Visit us at www.eco-business.com.  

About BDO Unibank

BDO Unibank is a full-service universal bank in the Philippines, providing a complete array of industry-leading products and services including Lending (corporate and consumer), Deposit-taking, Foreign Exchange, Brokering, Trust and Investments, Credit Cards, Retail Cash Cards, Corporate Cash Management and Remittances. Through its local subsidiaries, the Bank offers Investment Banking, Private Banking, Leasing and Finance, Rural Banking, Life Insurance, Insurance Brokerage, and Online and Traditional Stock Brokerage services.

About UN Environment

UN Environment is the leading global voice on the environment. It provides leadership and encourages partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life without compromising that of future generations. UN Environment works with governments, the private sector, the civil society and with other UN entities and international organizations across the world.

In Asia and the Pacific, UN Environment is helping countries address some of the region’s biggest challenges. From fighting pollution to pursuing sustainable growth, we work with national and local authorities, civil society, other UN entities, financial institutions, regional bodies and networks, research institutions and the private sector to realize positive impact for planet and people.

More details about UN Environment can be found at unep.org.

About Unlocking Capital For Sustainability  

Unlocking capital for sustainability is an annual premier event organised by Eco-Business in partnership with UN Environment that brings together high-level decision makers in finance, business, government and civic society to discuss and commit to actionable initiatives that mobilise the capital markets for sustainable development projects. The event’s strategic partners include RGE Group, UOB and BDO Unibank, and supporting partners are OCBC Bank, SM Investments Corporation and Pollination. 

More information about Unlocking capital for sustainability can be found at www.unlockingcapitalforsustainability.com


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Railway Rolling Stock Market Sustainable Growth and Surging…


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Rising regional airways pose challenges, but public transport, efficient engines, and freight trains drive optimism.

NEWARK, DELAWARE, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, September 19, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — The global railway rolling stock market is anticipated to flourish at an opulent CAGR of 4.1% throughout the forecast period. The market size is estimated to be around US$ 61,504.8 million for the current year 2023. By the end of the projection period, the total supply of these products would reach around US$ 91,921.3 million in the international market.

According to the historical analysis conducted by Future Market Insights, the global railway rolling stock demand calculated a CAGR of 2.3% during the time span of 2018 to 2022. Furthermore, the overall valuation of the market reached US$ 58,800 million by the end of 2022.

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Unlock the Future of Railways Explore the Dynamic Growth of Railway Rolling Stock Market

Recent developments in the railway industry, like the use of high-end railcars, have greatly changed the market’s orientation. To increase their profits, major market players are also concentrating on the sale and manufacture of specialized railway rolling stock. Additionally, the spread of online trade channels following the pandemic effect has sped up the development rate of the global railway rolling stock market in recent years.

Key Takeaways:

Recent campaigns have emphasized decreasing the use of fossil fuels and introducing more contemporary energy sources. These cutting-edge sources have had a sizable influence on the industry. Numerous market participants have consequently launched rolling stock with hydrogen fuel battery features.

The development of rooftop solar panel installation, which is anticipated to effectively satisfy the energy needs of rolling stock units, is currently underway. Additionally, it is anticipated that increased external investment in this project will have a major effect on the trends in railway rolling stock that are currently emerging.

The development of a number of additional means of transportation, such as regional airlines, is anticipated to restrain market expansion in general. Additionally, the use of transmission pipelines for the transportation of raw materials has increased, which has decreased the demand for train rolling stock in the logistics industry as well.

The need for railroad rolling stock has decreased as transmission pipelines are being used more frequently to move raw materials in the logistics industry. Further reducing rivalry in this market is the adoption of regenerative braking technology across the board for all rolling stock.

Competitive Landscape:

Market players with excessive capital and hands-on technology know how to outcompete their rivals. One of the leading factors that influence the studied market expansion is the encouragement of regional players by their respective governments.

Increasing focus on public transport systems is anticipated to provide immense opportunities for newly entering market players. Moreover, federal assistance in many emerging economies to strengthen the domestic railway asset supply has also motivated several industries to enter the market.

Governments all over the globe are spending excessively on infrastructure development for the overall growth of their economy. Furthermore, this trend has specifically intensified over recent years. This trend indirectly benefitted the transportation sector including railway rolling stock industries. Further emphasis upgradation of the existing railway sector is anticipated to allow businesses to research and adopt new business models.

Key Players Profiled in the Railway Rolling Stock Market Report:

CRRC Corporation Limited

Alstom SA

Siemens AG

GE Transportation

IHI Corporation

PPF Group N.V.

Stadler Rail AG

Tatravoganka A.S.

Poprad, Wabtech Corporation

Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.

The Greenbrier Companies, Inc.

The Kinki Sharyo Co., Ltd.

PESA Bydgoszcz SA


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Electric Locomotives (EMU)

Electro-diesel Locomotives


Passenger Coaches

Freight Wagon

Trams or Light Rails

Metro or Subways



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She has exceptional analytical skills and often brings thought leadership to the table.

Nandini has vast functional expertise in key niches, including but not limited to food ingredients, nutrition & health solutions, animal nutrition, and marine nutrients. She is also well-versed in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, retail, and chemical sectors, where she advises market participants to develop methodologies and strategies that deliver results.

Her core expertise lies in corporate growth strategy, sales and marketing effectiveness, acquisitions and post-merger integration and cost reduction. Nandini has an MBA in Finance from MIT School of Business. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Nagpur University, India.

Nandini has authored several publications, and quoted in journals including Beverage Industry, Bloomberg, and Wine Industry Advisor.

More Insights into the Railway Rolling Stock Market:

According to the market analysis, the United States is expected to dominate the global railway rolling stock market due to the leading production and advancements taking place in the North American region. This country is also anticipated to remain the major region for the introduction of any type of advancement in the railway rolling stock industry.

Explore FMI’s related ongoing Coverage on the Automotive Market Domain:

Locomotive Lighting Batteries Market: is expected to accumulate a market value of US$ 7.94 Billion by registering a CAGR of 6.5% in the forecast period 2023 to 2033.

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Hoteleus amplia su oferta a lugares de vacaciones en Costa …


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A medida que la demanda de viajes aumenta, Hoteleus responde con una oferta de destinos en Costa Rica, orientada a ofrecer experiencias únicas e íntimas.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, ESTADOS UNIDOS, September 18, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — Con el repunte de los viajes internacionales, Hoteleus, empresa líder especializada en paquetes vacacionales, amplía su oferta para incluir lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica menos conocidos pero igualmente cautivadores. La última iniciativa de la empresa pretende satisfacer la creciente demanda de experiencias de viaje únicas e íntimas, promoviendo al mismo tiempo el turismo sostenible y el compromiso comunitario en Costa Rica.

“En este nuevo capítulo de Hoteleus, nuestro objetivo es descubrir la belleza oculta de Costa Rica, más allá de los típicos lugares turísticos. Como diseñador de viajes, he visto de primera mano el potencial sin explotar que ofrecen estos destinos infravalorados, no sólo en belleza natural, sino también en riqueza cultural y prácticas sostenibles. Al ampliar nuestra oferta, permitimos a los viajeros explorar nuevos lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica respetando tanto sus comunidades como sus ecosistemas. Se trata de un viaje diseñado no sólo para el viajero exigente, sino también para el vijero con conciencia ecológica”, afirma Eddie Aguilar, diseñador de viajes de Hoteleus.

Las personas interesadas en conocer más detalles sobre esta ampliación o en profundizar en el compromiso con los viajes sostenibles y las experiencias únicas pueden encontrar más información sobre los tours a Costa Rica en https://hoteleus.com/es-mx/tours-costa-rica. La empresa anima tanto a los entusiastas de los viajes como a los miembros de la prensa a explorar los nuevos paquetes, que sirven para ilustrar la evolución de las tendencias de los viajes internacionales y el turismo responsable.

La importancia de explorar nuevos destinos en Costa Rica

La ampliación de la oferta a lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica menos conocidos llega en un momento crítico para el sector turístico. Los viajeros están entusiasmados por descubrir nuevos lugares; hay una demanda palpable de destinos únicos y menos masificados. Los lugares turísticos tradicionales de Costa Rica, aunque impresionantes, han sufrido las consecuencias de la masificación y el turismo excesivo, un problema mundial que no ha hecho más que intensificarse en los últimos años. La última iniciativa de Hoteleus cumple así un doble objetivo: satisfacer el creciente deseo de vivir experiencias turísticas únicas y contribuir a una distribución más equitativa de los beneficios socioeconómicos del turismo en Costa Rica.

Eddie Aguilar, diseñador de viajes de Hoteleus, subrayó el compromiso de la empresa con la creación de experiencias de viaje que no sólo sean lujosas, sino también sostenibles y beneficiosas para las comunidades locales. Los nuevos itinearios que visitan lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica menos conocidos se adhieren a estos principios, garantizando que los turistas puedan relacionarse con el destino de una manera respetuosa tanto con sus hábitats naturales como con sus gentes. Al diversificar su oferta para incluir estos destinos menos frecuentados, Hoteleus espera aliviar parte de la presión sobre los lugares vacacionales más populares de Costa Rica, permitiendo así una gestión más sostenible de estas zonas.

Además, la decisión de centrarse en lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica menos populares  está en consonancia con las tendencias mundiales de los viajes responsables. Según estudios recientes, hay un interés creciente entre los viajeros por explorar destinos poco conocidos, tanto por la novedad como por la posibilidad de vivir una experiencia más íntima. Esto no sólo se alinea con los planes de expansión de Hoteleus, sino que también responde a una necesidad del mercado, presentando una oportunidad para remodelar la forma en que los viajeros se relacionan con los lugares de vacaciones de Costa Rica. Las nuevas ofertas permiten a los viajeros aventurarse más allá de lo convencional, explorar paisajes y culturas menos tocados por el turismo de masas. Una razón más de por qué viajar a Costa Rica.

También hay que tener en cuenta el aspecto educativo. Como parte de su compromiso con el turismo responsable, Hoteleus pretende informar a los viajeros sobre la importancia de las prácticas de viaje sostenibles. Esta ampliación ofrece una plataforma educativa a los viajeros, que aprenden a valorar y respetar los lugares de vacaciones menos conocidos de Costa Rica que visitan. A través de experiencias interactivas y del intercambio de información, los turistas recibirán información sobre las repercusiones de sus decisiones de viaje, una iniciativa que la empresa cree que resonará mucho más allá de su estancia en Costa Rica.

Además, no hay que subestimar las implicaciones económicas de esta expansión. Al dirigir a los turistas a lugares de vacaciones en Costa Rica subestimados, Hoteleus contribuye activamente a las economías locales que históricamente no se han beneficiado del turismo en la medida en que lo han hecho destinos más populares. Este enfoque tiene el potencial de estimular el desarrollo local, crear empleo y promover el bienestar de la comunidad, distribuyendo así los beneficios económicos del turismo más ampliamente por todo el país.

La decisión de Hoteleus de ampliar su oferta a lugares de vacaciones infravalorados de Costa Rica no es una mera respuesta al aumento de la demanda de viajes. Se trata de una medida estratégica y bien meditada que afecta a varias facetas del turismo: sostenibilidad, equidad económica, enriquecimiento educativo y satisfacción del cliente. Mientras el mundo sigue adaptándose al cambiante panorama de los viajes internacionales, decisiones como ésta podrían muy bien marcar la pauta del sector en el futuro.

Acerca de Hoteleus

Hoteleus es una empresa de viajes pionera especializada en el desarrollo de una plataforma única de creación e intercambio de itinerarios de viaje. La empresa colabora con algunos de los diseñadores de viajes más creativos y cualificados del sector para elaborar itinerarios de viaje completos y cuidados. Su plataforma sirve de punto de encuentro interactivo para diseñadores de viajes y viajeros, agilizando el proceso de descubrimiento, personalización y reserva de itinerarios.

Al centrarse en el nexo entre el diseño innovador de itinerarios y las necesidades del usuario, Hoteleus contribuye a un enfoque más dinámico y personalizado de la planificación de viajes. La plataforma no sólo facilita la realización rápida de planes de viaje, sino que también fomenta una comunidad en la que los viajeros pueden relacionarse directamente con las mentes que están detrás de los itinerarios elegidos. Esto permite comprender mejor la experiencia del viaje, más allá de los destinos y el alojamiento.

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Hong Kong’s latest offering of retail green bonds logged a strong response when it opened for subscriptions on Monday, banks managing the issue said.
The about HK$15 billion (US$1.9 billion) notes, with a tenor of three years, will make an interest payment every six months based on the average rate of the consumer price index over that half-year period. The bonds guarantee a minimum payment of 4.75 per cent – an increase from last year’s batch that yielded 2.5 per cent.

The notes’ minimum investment amount is HK$10,000, and Hong Kong residents are able to subscribe to as much as HK$500,000 worth through securities brokers, banks and the Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company. The subscription period will run until 2pm local time on September 28, and the bonds will be issued on October 10 before listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange the next day.

“The yield of the new batch of retail green bonds is attractive,” Citibank spokesperson said. “The first-day subscription response is positive, with the subscription number meeting our expectations.”

Green bonds are fixed-income financial products designed to fund projects that are environmentally friendly. The new notes, as well as other financing instruments launched under the government’s green bond programme, aim to enhance the government’s sustainable investment offerings and promote green finance.
The bonds aim to offer Hongkongers “community investment options with steady returns”, Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury Christopher Hui Ching-yu said earlier this month.

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“The first-day subscription response for the second batch of green retail bonds was satisfactory at Bank of China (Hong Kong) [BOC(HK)], with subscribers applying for 10 lots on average, which was more than seven lots in previous years,” said Joyce Leung Mei-yee, an assistant general manager at the lender.

The applications have been made mainly through the bank’s electronic channels. With many time deposit interest rates in Hong Kong having dropped recently, “subscribing for green retail bonds to lock in a guaranteed return of 4.75 per cent in three years is attractive to retail investors”, Leung added.

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HSBC, the biggest of Hong Kong’s three currency-issuing banks, said the latest batch of green bonds had received a “higher [than] average subscription amount by HSBC customers on the first day, compared to … 2022.”

HSBC and BOC (HK) have been appointed co-arrangers for the retail issuance by the government. The size of the tranche might increase to a maximum of HK$20 billion, subject to market conditions, according to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.

China Citic Bank said it had received about the same number of subscription applications on the first day of launch as last year, but the total subscription amount had increased by nearly 30 per cent from the previous batch.

Proceeds from the sale will go to the city’s Capital Works Reserve Fund to finance or refinance public works projects that provide environmental benefits and support the sustainable development of Hong Kong.

Such green projects include the district cooling system for Tung Chung New Town extension, the Kai Tak Sports Park and the replacement of the storm-detecting weather radar at Tai Mo Shan, according to the government’s website.


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