Singapore’s 54th National Day
Over 300 guests from the government, private sector and diplomatic corps attended the event, which featured a sumptuous spread of Singaporean food including chicken rice, laksa and satay!
Phillip Capital Group is Singapore’s only entity involved in the banking sector and has now ventured into Insurance.
This year, as we celebrate our 54th National Day we also celebrate the Bicentennial of Singapore’s founding by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819
Education in Cambodia is now in an exciting phase of change. It is driven by strong and passionate political will
Singapore and Cambodia have enjoyed strong economic ties over the years. Cumulative inves-tments into Cambodia amount to more than US$1.2 billion
We have to try to understand the context, issues and constraints of the host country, says Ambassador Michael Tan
As foreign service officers, we work to promote mutual interest and good bilateral ties, in addition to identifying new areas of cooperation.
The Singapore Club Cambodia (SCC) serves as a bridge to all Singaporeans living in the Kingdom to network and connect with one another.
Worldwide population growth, along with rising incomes in developing countries, are driving up global food demand and exhausting world’s agricultural resources.
It has only been two years since the Singapore Cambodia International Academy (SCIA) set foot in the country
Cambodia’s strong economic performance in recent years is one of the key factors that boosted local and foreign businesses here
As Singapore celebrates 54 years of its independence on 9 August, we also commemorate the 200th anniversary of Sir Stamford Raffles’ arrival on our shores in 1819
Launched in 1992, the Singapore Cooperation Programme (SCP) has been a platform through which Singapore has shared our development experience
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Foreign Trade Bank of Cambodia (FTB) has continuously been taking part in various corporate social responsibility activities (CSR) in its 40 years of banking operation.
In the modern age, the true success of a corporation is not measured on its business model alone.
CSR has become the buzz word for companies all over the world and Cambodia is no exception.
Cellcard celebrates the success of its partnership with FFC in driving healthy living and sporting excellence across the Kingdom
When Cellcard entered its partnership with the Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC), it was the ability to reach youth in every province that excited the team the most.
“Investing today for the needs of tomorrow” is a motto of Jef Moon, a Belgian businessman.
CSR is not only about spending money on charity, but also about coming up with innovative business models that can bring good value to society.
EXO Travel has advocated for responsible tourism since its inception and has since expanded across the region raising more awareness to issues and impact tourism has on the environment.
TOTAL Cambodge sees itself as a ‘stakeholder’ in the country it operates.
“Put people first” and “initiate change to progress” are mottos Thalias’ core values greatly resonate with.
Throughout its 100-year history, the Socfin Group, an international European-owned company specialising in the rubber and palm oil industry
“I think it’s very important that employees and all members of the company engage themselves in CSR activities,”
Ratanak is an IT graduate from AEU. After graduating, he started a job as a data entry staff that earned him an income of 100$ per month in a private company.
Although Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is considered a form of corporate self-regulation, it does not mean that it is limited only to adults.
With the belief that leading companies have a vital role to play in the overall development of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Sales director Marie Delassus is proud of the positive social impact La Plantation is making and rightly so.
As a major player in the logistics industry, DHL Cambodia is conscious of the nature of its business. It is, therefore, determined to reduce the carbon footprints it leaves behind.