AMK is a leading microfinance institution in Cambodia with more than 2,000 staff and over 450,000 clients in more than 12,000 villages across Cambodia. This outreach represents 88% of all villages in the country.
BRICo was a greenfield rice mill project in Cambodia and it was one of the first rice mills in the country to receive GMP/HACCP status.
First Finance is the first financial institution to specialise in housing finance in Cambodia. The company is focused on providing long and medium term loans to underserved low and middle-income Cambodian households without access to formal commercial lending.
Joma is a modern bakery and cafe chain, with a presence in Laos and Vietnam. The company prides itself on its fresh food and high-quality coffee as well as excellent customer service.
Established in 2004, Park Café is a casual dining chain in Phnom Penh. Park Café outlets feature a full menu of moderately priced noodle and other dishes influenced by Cambodian cooking traditions, targeting the medium and upper class population.
Planet is a leading internet service provider in Laos. Established in 2009, Planet distributes high-quality broadband service nationwide to consumers and businesses alike.
Established in 2008, WEG is a leading education provider in Cambodia, providing high quality K-12 education using the local curriculum and English programs.