Cambodia Business Conference Expects Eager Interest from Asia.
Cambodia’s business community is anticipating keen interest from investors in Asia as registration for the country’s international investment conference opens.
The International Business Chamber (IBC) of Cambodia investment conference will take place onOctober 6th and 7th at the Intercontinental Hotel in Phnom Penh. The event is expected to attract hundreds of overseas companies with an interest in investing in Cambodia.
“When it comes to economic growth, Cambodia is an unparalleled success story in Southeast Asia,” said IBC Chairman Bretton Sciaroni. “And now, with the 8th International Investment Conference, the International Business Chamber of Cambodia is offering the opportunity for overseas companies to come together with Cambodian political and economic leaders to explore the country’s continuing economic development.”
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen will officially open the event.
Prudential Corporation Asia Chairman Donald Kanak has been named as a keynote speaker.
Topics for discussion at the event will include Cambodia’ economic outlook as well as the country’s competitiveness. Speakers will include government ministers as well as CEO’s with experience of the Cambodian market.
“Almost every sector of Cambodia’s economy is represented,” added IBC Investment Conference Committee Chairman In Channy. “There will be representatives from Cambodia’s government as well as those from the business sector. The IBC expects that there will be many extremely meaningful and enlightening discussions.”
Platinum sponsors for the IBC conference are Prudential Cambodia, Jardine Matheson Limited, Sciaroni and Associates, ACLEDA Bank and ANZ Royal. Gold sponsors include DFDL and Ezecom.
The South East Asia Globe and its sister publication Focus ASEAN are media partners of the event.
Those wishing to register for the IBC Investment conference should visit the IBC’s website atwww.ibccambodia.com.
Registration fees are USD 600 for non-IBC members and USD 500 for IBC members.