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Nearest Station：Higashi-Ginza Station A6 Exit Hibiya Line or Toei Asakusa Line
|Oct. 1991||Started business in Osaka as an International Placement Service Company for Recruit the biggest Recruitment service in Japan of which coined the names IPS Inc.|
|Feb. 1992||Started as a sales agent for international telecommunication services.|
|May. 1996||To better cater the Filipinos
Started the First Filipino Newspaper Publication in Japan and named it Pinoy Gazette. Pinoy Gazette celebrated its 20th year in 2016 Marking as the No 1 and oldest Filipino Tabloid in Japan with Increase circulation of 40,000 and 3 times pass on rate nationwide
|Aug. 1998||Registered as a Special Type II Telecom Carrier by the now defunct Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.|
|Jan. 1999||Expanding the Filipino Market, Pioneered a BPO Center and marketing armed in the Philippines with more than 300 seats called PIMSI or Pilipinas International Marketing Services, Inc.|
|Dec. 2002||Acquired the license of Teleglobe Japan, a Type 1 Carrier
and changed its name to Advent.
Having a Type 1 Carrier, IPS through Advent
started interconnecting networks with
major telecom companies mostly from the Philippines.
|Oct. 2004||Managed to Acquire a Broadcasting License
from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
|Mar. 2005||Launched Access TV; Cable Channel with popular TV programs in the Philippines (GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV).|
|Mar. 2005||Finally got an approval from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications for IPS Inc. to be a full pledge Type I Telecommunications Carrier- Now in line with the Big Telecom Players in Japan.|
|Sep. 2005||Expanding further business mainly for the Filipinos, opened a caregiver school called TCA or Tokyo Caregiver Academy. After which started the International HR placement business.|
|Jan. 2006||Obtained a license for Employment with Fee Placement by the Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry|
|Oct. 2006||Obtained a license of Fee-Charging Employment Placement Businesses by Health, Labour and Welfare Ministry.|
|Feb. 2010||Established a joint venture with Shinagawa Lasik, Aesthetics and Dental Japan. Set up its first International branch in the Philippines. Todate it has 2 branches in the Philipines,
Strategically located in Major Cities: Makati and Ortigas area .
|Mar. 2011||Change the Philippine BPO and Marketing company name from PIMSI to Keysquare, Inc. and continued its Outbound and Inbound Sales with Seat Leasing services. Todate it still has about 300 seats in Ortigas, Philippines|
|Sep. 2012||Started Selling Circuit Capacity to connect from the Philippines to Hong Kong and North America.|
|Sep. 2012||Converted Access TV DTH Platform to an IPTV platform and named the service VOXTV to continue delivering Popular News and Entertainment of GMA 7 Programs for the Filipino Market|
|Sep. 2013||Established a package discounted telephone service for contact center business.|
|Nov. 2013||Completed the Japanese Version of Next Generation CTI, specification provided by Drishti, India and started distributing Contact Solutions mainly in Japan Branded as AmeyoJ|
|Apr. 2015||Invested in a Type 1 Telecom in the Philippines name InfiniVAN, Inc. IPS main thrust is to apply the Japan Broadband Model services in the Philippines and help bring down prices, providing faster Internet connections Nationwide|
|Jun. 2016||Obtained an Approval by the Congress of the Philippines to permit InfiniVAN, Inc. to conduct domestic telecom services.|
|Present||Setting up of Metro Manila Backbone of Infinivan and International Submarine Cable from the Philippines to Hongkong|