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Business competition

Business competition

CamEd will give up to $5,000 to the best business plan, in a contest designed to

stimulate the entrepreneurial spirit in the Kingdom.

Called the Sahakgren, the competition is open to Cambodians and permanent residents

of Cambodia between the ages of 22 and 32.

Hopefuls must submit a business plan with a maximum budget of $5,000.

The business plan should be no more than 18 pages in either Khmer or English and

must be e-mailed to CamEd no later than October 31.

CamEd will select five semifinalists and eventually invest in the best new venture.

For more information on the contest see CamEd's website at www.cam-ed.com.

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