[INNEWS comprehensive report] On August 25, Phnom Penh Deputy Mayor Keut Che attended the opening ceremony of the seminar organized by the Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises in Cambodia (FASMEC). The theme of this seminar is “Enterprise Development in the Context of New Coronary Pneumonia”.
Te Taingpor, chairman of the Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises Associations in Cambodia (FASMEC), said they see that Cambodian SMEs need more new knowledge, technical and market support, as well as financial resources to grow their businesses.
Te Taingpor also pointed out that another important goal is to solve business challenges related to product sales and export process. To meet this demand, the Hun Sen Foundation for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises in Cambodia will organize more workshops in 25 provinces and capitals without any budget. The purpose of this seminar is to provide new knowledge and further support domestic and foreign markets.
At the workshop, Keut Che, on behalf of Phnom Penh Mayor Khuong Sreng, asked the program committee to record all the questions, comments and suggestions raised to better understand the strengths, weaknesses and challenges of Cambodian SMEs when doing business. The seminar is considered to be very important and the Phnom Penh Metropolitan Administration will strive to provide a place for small and medium enterprises to sell their products and showcase their products to domestic and foreign tourists, while also demanding high hygiene standards and acceptable prices.
At the same time, Keut Che called on the 14 districts of Phnom Penh City, various departments of the administration and professional units to continue to cooperate to enhance confidence for small and medium-sized enterprises and legal enterprises, and create a better investment environment.