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ICT expo is planned for next month

ICT expo is planned for next month

An information and communications technology (ICT) event will be held from July 5-7 this year, offering sales and networking opportunities amid a surge in ICT growth in the Kingdom.

Expected to draw about 100 companies, the Mobile Social Commerce International Conference and Expo at Phnom Penh’s City Mall will see a range of IT products on sale, most of which come from Malaysian companies, said Shaifubahrim Saleh, a president and CEO of the National ICT Association of Malaysia.

Other countries involved include the US, Middle Eastern countries, and Singapore.

The association is organising the event with local IT solution company Resolvo. Resolvo’s managing director Tov Reaksmey said that her company cooperated with the Malaysian association in the hopes of bringing in other companies who have networked with it into Cambodia.

The event will “develop our country in the [area of] technology,” she said.

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