Hans Palacios, Principal – Philippines Business Development

Manila, Philippines

Albert Hans Palacios brings experience and expertise in the global business field to  Lincoln Park Consulting (LPC) to include finance, pharmaceutical, advertising, information technology, retail, natural health and nutrition. He has been an active participant and candidate in both national and local Philippines politics.  Hans is Principal at LPC for Philippines Business Development.

Palacios currently serves as Chairman of B & W Omni Media, Inc. a full-service advertising agency and HolyApp Ventures, Inc., a digital solutions provider. He is also Vice President for Operations of East Twenty Ten Ventures, Inc. a corporation that manages a retail chain of generic pharmacies in the provinces of Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental and the Romblon Islands in the Philippines. 

Palacios was a member of the Private Sector Delegation for the Republic of the Philippines which joined Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte at the ASEAN Conference in New Delhi in 2018. 

As a natural health expert and advocate, Palacios has co-hosted and served as on-the-air contributor and guest expert for both television and radio shows pertaining to the topics of nutrition, vaccination, GMOs and other critically important national health issues. 

Palacios’ original political background traces its roots to his university years in London where he served as Student Council President and later Student Union President in consecutive terms with his student body representing over 83 nationalities. 

On his return to the Philippines, Palacios was actively involved in Philippine politics at both the local and national elections level as Campaign Manager, Party Executive Committee Member and also as a Congressional Candidate. 

Palacios was educated at Richmond, the American International University in London. He is married to Ma. Fides Margarita G. Palacios. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Manila, the first and largest Rotary Club in Asia, which is celebrating its Centennial in 2019.