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Ravez given leadership award at S’pore gala

Ravez given leadership award at S’pore gala

The chief operating officer at Cambodia’s Quantum Endorphine Digital has been named as Entrepreneur of the Year by Campaign Asia in its prestigious Women Leading Change awards, according to an announcement on Tuesday.

Adrienne Ravez, the recipient of the award given to females making strides in the media, advertising and marketing sectors, was presented with the honour at a gala dinner in Singapore last week.

“This recognition means a lot to me as well as the recognition from the whole team at QED that has made this possible,” Ravez said.

Te Taingpor, president of Federation of Association for Small and Medium Enterprise of Cambodia (Fasmec), congratulated Ravez on the award, saying that “women have a lot of potential and capacity to promote the Cambodian economy”.

Ravez is the co-founder of Endorphine Concept Digital Solution, an award-winning digital agency that has worked for the likes of Microsoft, Prudential and Tiger Beer. She is also the co-founder of popular tech website Geeks in Cambodia, which tracks digital trends in the Kingdom.

In her latest enterprise, Ravez is part of the team that is bringing together Endorphine and PR firm Quantum Communications to create an independent agency dubbed Quantum Endorphine Digital.

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