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Hanuman Capital Sponsors Expansion of Canadian Chamber of Commerce Cambodia

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(L to R) David Said, Vice Chairman of CanCham, with Phymean Noun, Board Member of CanCham, and Sokunthea Peng, Managing Director of Hanuman Capital.

Hanuman Capital Sponsors Expansion of Canadian Chamber of Commerce Cambodia

PHNOM PENH: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce Cambodia will expand its resources for companies, investors and entrepreneurs with the help of a $10,000 sponsorship from Hanuman Capital.

The new support services include a dedicated podcast for members, a new office space walking distance from the Royal Palace, and post office boxes for guarantees on packages and letter deliveries. Other additions include a range of new celebrations and events as well as a local hockey league.

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Frédéric H. Proulx, Chairman of CanCham and founder and CEO of Hanuman Capital

“The past year was difficult for all of us. That is why we are resolving to redouble our efforts in Cambodia and seize the opportunity for positive change and renewed inspiration,” said Frédéric H. Proulx, president of CanCham and founder and CEO of Hanuman Capital.

“Over the past few weeks, CanCham, with the help of its main sponsor, Hanuman Capital, has been expanding its list of services and communication channels and we will soon be able to assist its members in reaching out to the community in new and creative ways,” Proulx said.

Hanuman Capital is now a 2021 Exclusive Associate Sponsor for CanCham. Other main sponsors include ABA Bank / National Bank of Canada, Dara Hotels, the Canadian International School and Manulife Cambodia. CanCham is a proud supporter of the People Improvement Organization, an education NGO that helps under-priveleged children.

The Canadian Chamber, founded in 2015, seeks to promote and develop Canadian businesses in Cambodia through advocacy campaigns, networking events and support services. The CanCham’s mission is to become a powerful resource for questions on trade, investment and business in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Hanuman Capital is a Phnom Penh-based creative studio, investment house and project developer founded in 2019.

For more information, please visit the Hanuman website at www.meethanuman.com.

MEDIA CONTACT

ENGLISH/FRENCH: Frédéric H. Proulx, +855 966006722, [email protected]
KHMER: Sokunthea Peng, +855 92710333, [email protected]

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