The Science behind Globalco

Maximizing Clarity

We believe that eliminating chaos is the key to achieving great, predictable results. That is why we take a data-driven and scientific approach to everything we do, from the locations we choose, to the people we work with, to the solutions we tailor.

A Global Coordination Center

Our teams work from locations selected based on economic factors such as labor-market accessibility, education level, regulatory environment, and infrastructure. We rely on peer-reviewed literature and leverage the latest data analytics to identify trends and patterns, and we use statistical modeling and simulation to forecast future scenarios and assess risks.

Similarly, when it comes to working with people, we don’t leave anything to chance. Our specialists use a comprehensive and data-driven approach to talent acquisition and management, which includes competency-based assessments, behavioral interviews, and performance analytics. We also invest in ongoing training and development to ensure that our people have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed.

We choose our partners using the same strategic and data-driven approach. Potential partners are evaluated based on a range of factors, such as market position, financial performance, and cultural fit.

This scientific approach allows us to weave a robust operational web that maximizes the chances of success of our clients.

Why Hong Kong as Globlaco’s financial center?


Global Location for Macroeconomic Stability [8]

USD 4.83 Trillion

Total Market Cap. of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Apr. 2024) [2]


Asia Pacific Location for Private Lending [3]


Projected Yearly Inflation 2025 – 2030 [4]


Global Location for Economic Freedom [1]

The Global Competitiveness Report 2019, Hong Kong, World Economic Forum

Why The Philippines as Globalco’s main labor force provider?

1.3 million

Experienced Outsourcing Agents [9]


of outsourcing centers are the results of foreign investment [6]

>90 Mbps

Upload and download internet speed in Manila [7]


Literacy Rate [10]

USD 24.7bn

Total annual country revenues from outsourcing activities [6]


[1] Fraser Institute (2021), Economic Freedom Indicator,

[2] HKEX (2024), Market Capitalization Main Board, Link

[3] International Monetary Fund (2024), Global financial stability report.

[4] International Monetary Fund (2023), IMF Executive Board Concludes 2023 Article IV Consultation Discussions with the People’s Republic of China—Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

[5] Kaufmann D. and Kraay A. (2023). Worldwide Governance Indicators, 2023 Update (

[6] Kleibert, J. M., & Mann, L. (2020). Capturing value amidst constant global restructuring? Information-technology-enabled services in India, the Philippines and Kenya. The European Journal of Development Research32(4), 1057-1079.

[7] Ookla Global Speed Tests (2024),

[8] Schwab, K. (2019). The Global Competitiveness Report 2019. Geneve: World Economic Forum.

[9] Thompson, M. (2022). Business process outsourcing industry in the Philippines.

[10] World Population Review (2024), Education Ranking By Country,

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