iAdvisory Seminar: Doing Business in Cambodia
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Cambodia is experiencing a phase of rapid urbanisation and there are emerging opportunities for companies in the areas of energy, infrastructure and digital technology.
Find out more about Cambodia and how you can tap into these business opportunities!
- Learn about Cambodia’s digital landscape, legal laws and business opportunities
- Gain insights into doing business in Cambodia from a Singapore firm who has entered the market
- One-to-one business consultation sessions with Emerging Markets Consulting (Sessions are on a first come, first serve basis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your slot.)
Mr Tan Soon Kim, Asst. CEO, Enterprise Singapore
|1405||Address by Ambassador|
His Excellency, Ngoun Sokveng, Cambodia Ambassador to Singapore
|1410||Enterprise Singapore's Plug & Play Network Sharing|
Ms Tiffany Hendricks, Asst. Development Partner, Enterprise Services, Enterprise Singapore
|1420||Market Overview: Cambodia|
Mr David Totten, Director, Emerging Markets Consulting
Mr Liow Yee Kai, Partner, KCP Cambodia
|1515||Networking Tea Break|
|1535||Introducing Tariff Finder - Utilising FTAs|
Ms Tricia Tay, Development Partner, Trade, Enterprise Singapore
|1545||Company Sharing: Himawari Pte Ltd|
Mr Andrew Tay, Director, Himawari Hotel Apartments & Vice President of Singapore Club Cambodia
|1605||Company Sharing: Le Urban Eco Park|
Mr Kelvin Chua, CEO, Le Urban Eco Park
|1625||Panel Discussion: Doing Business in Cambodia|
Moderator: Mr Yeoh Choon Jin, Deputy Director, Southeast Asia, Enterprise Singapore
|1700||End of Seminar|
|1700 - 1800||Optional: 1-on-1 Consultation Sessions with Emerging Markets Consulting [FULL]|
Who Should Attend:
CXOs, CIOs, Business Owners of SMEs and key decision makers with interest to understand innovation and how it can help in their internationalisation plans.
More about Enterprise Singapore's Plug & Play Network (PPN):
Enterprise Singapore’s PPN is designed to provide in-market assistance to Singapore SMEs looking to expand abroad. With networks in China, India, Southeast Asia and Dubai, PPN aims to address top challenges SMEs face when venturing overseas such as the lack of market knowledge, the difficulty in identifying suitable business partners and the setting up of offices overseas. Click here to find out more.