Riverside Business School and RMA Group Jointly Host Successful Social Dinner for the Chinese Community in Cambodia


INNews-On the evening of October 20th, Riverside Business School in collaboration with the RMA Group, hosted a social dinner for the Chinese community in Cambodia at the Ford showroom in Phnom Penh, themed “Riverside Vision: Ford and the Future of Transportation.” The event concluded successfully.

At the dinner, prominent figures such as Ngorn Saing, CEO ofthe RMA (CAMBODIA) PLC , Xu Zhi, Business Director, Zhao Shengwei, the founder of Cambodia  Riverside Business School, and Shen Baian, GEC Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Cambodian Association, came together.

Mr. Ngorn Saing expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to collaborate with Riverside Business School on this event and expressed hope that the RMA (CAMBODIA) PLC would further support Chinese entrepreneurs’ investments in Cambodia in the future.

Mr. Shen Baian lauded the establishment of the RMA’s collaborative Ford factory in Cambodia and its efforts to make cars more affordable for the general public.

Mr. Zhao Shengwei emphasized the leading position of the RMA Group and Ford in the transportation sector and expressed gratitude to all sponsors of the event, including DingDing Mall, Yingxin Business Services, and the WOWNOW Elephant APP.

The dinner attracted over 200 Chinese business leaders, entrepreneurs, and startup founders from various industries, aiming to provide a platform for business networking for the Chinese community in Cambodia.

Cambodia Riverside Business School is dedicated to cultivating the next generation of business leaders in Cambodia. With its dynamic and innovative approach to teaching, the school aspires to be one of the most influential business institutions in Southeast Asia.

The RMA Group entered Cambodia in 1992 during the period of renewed growth after the signing of the Paris Peace Accord, initially as provider of goods for commercial and aid & development enterprises in the infrastructure, energy, and logistics sectors. RMA Cambodia has grown alongside the development of Cambodia and expanded into the automotive, agricultural and heavy equipment, cleaning and testing equipment segments, providing sales, after sales service and warranty support, and spare parts supply. RMA Cambodia became distributors for Ford in 1997 and have propelled Ford to be the top selling vehicle brand in Cambodia. Ford vehicles are assembled by RMA Automotive Cambodia at a purpose built assembly facility.

Subsidiaries of RMA Group, separate from RMA Cambodia synergistically operate in Cambodia. These are Express Food Group (EFG) franchisors for international brands such as The Pizza Company, Swensen’s, Dairy Queen, Krispy Kreme, The Coffee Club, Bar BQ Plaza, Boost Juice and Kamu Kamu. EFG have homegrown brands in the HungryKitchen and their own food delivery service HungryApp.