The history of Rizal province started with Morong, which was then considered part of Manila. Morong then separated with Manila was called Morong Province. In 1901 to honor the national hero Jose Rizal Morong change its name to Rizal Province. Rizal is bordered by Metro Manila to the west, Bulacan to the north, Quezon to the east and Laguna to the southeast. The province also lies on the northern shores of Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. Rizal is a mountainous province perched on the western slopes of the southern portion of the Sierra Madre mountain range. Continue reading Elitage Brings Korean Technology to Rizal→
Mauban, Quezon Mayor Fernando Q. Llamas presided the meeting and started with the introduction of the 12 Mayors and Quezon Province Governor David C. Suarez who also attended the assembly. The Governor gave an update regarding the whole province of quezon and a very important topic regarding tourism and environment. Continue reading Elitage Goes To Baguio With LMP Quezon→
Whether you are managing a sole proprietorship or a corporation, there are 5 parts in every business, each of this part is a sequence to the other. Taking out one from this series, and you don’t have a business. Keeping the balance on each of every part, and you will have a sustainable and successful business. Continue reading 5 Parts of Every Business→
Six main kinds of equipments that Elitage Builders and Developers Corp. (EBDC) can offer to its clients for earth moving, mining, agriculture, forestry, quarrying and road construction.
EBDC’s aim to provide our clients with the best possible services that they would look forward to work with us project after project. Our goal is to build relations and aim to add value for all our clients.
One thing my wife loves about me is that I’m a Do-It-Yourself person (some friends call me “all around guy”). I don’t know what satisfaction she’s getting from watching me fix things around the house. But, to be honest I’m a DIY guy because I just want to save money and there’s no other reason for that. Being a DIY guy isn’t always economical especially if you don’t fully understand the principles behind of how things work. So instead of saving money, you might end up spending more than the amount of what you intend to save in the first place. Continue reading The LED Light Buyer’s Guide→