The second edition of the SME Expo was held over the weekend at Aeon Mall Sen Sok.
More than 30 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) participated in the two-day event which concluded yesterday.
Participants came from a variety of sectors, including healthcare, transportation, money transfer, insurance, online shopping, advertising, and logistics.
Represented at the event were Prudential, Grab, Wing and the Credit Bureau of Cambodia, among others, as well as leading banking houses like ABA Bank, KB Kookmin Bank, and CIMB Bank.
Hundreds of people, both locals and foreigners, trooped to Aeon Mall Sen Sok (Aeon Mall 2) to take a look, inquire, buy, or sample a wide selection of products and services on display at the expo.
At the event, company representatives introduced their products and services to people stopping by their booths. At the Korea Agro-Fisheries booth, for example, Korean-made food products that attendees could sample were on display.
Hosted by Anussa Events, the expo provided participants a venue to showcase their products and services to the public. It was also an opportunity for business people and others to network and form partnerships.
The event also featured live product demos and product launches.
“It is a good thing for us to be part of this kind of events. This is where many of our potential customers go,” said an executive of Redbridge Financial Advisor.
Cambodia has a growing number of SMEs. The Federation for Small and Medium Enterprises of Cambodia (FASMEC) counts more than 300 members at present.