Asia TDC (ATDC) has been designed with a keen understanding of the importance for Hospitality Resort Real Estate Developers moving quickly to find ways to achieve accelerated growth at reduced costs in order to maximize value for themselves and or their shareholders.
Working with ATDC will help Hospitality Resort Real Estate Developers achieve these objectives as they benefit by taking advantage of the tremendous Asia growth opportunities the growing middle class across the Asian Continent.
This growth of Hospitality Resort Real Estate in Asia-Pacific will expand the variety of destinations where families throughout region can enjoy great vacations and holidays.
The core of the services offered by ATDC include:
Resort Real Estate Development
Business Planning for Product design and Operation & Service aspects of your business:
While global numbers are driven by developments in the largest economies in the world, notably China and India, the middle-class expansion is expected to be broadly based, but heavily concentrated in Asia.
The vast majority (88 percent) of the next billion people in the middle class will be Asian.
The Unprecedented Expansion of the Global Middle Class
prepared by Homi Kharas
Global Economy and Development at BROOKINGS
For years, Western observers and media have been talking about the rise of Asia in terms of its massive future potential.
But the time has come for the rest of the world to update its thinking—because the future arrived even faster than expected.
In the decades ahead, Asia’s economies will go from participating in the global flows of trade, capital, talent, and innovation to determining their shape and direction.
The question is no longer how quickly Asia will rise; it is how
Asia will lead.
Asia’s Future is Now
McKinsey Global Institute
While the United States is still far ahead in terms of total household wealth and the number of citizens in the top wealth categories, China has advanced so rapidly this century that a wealth gap that once appeared unassailable could vanish within a generation.
It is China, rather than the United States or Japan, to which much of the developing world looks for a model, inspiration, and often assistance, in wealth creation.
Global Wealth Report 2018