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The bridge between business and reader

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The bridge between business and reader

For the past 23 years, The Phnom Penh Post has been Cambodia’s leading publisher of news and information that empowers people to make better, more informed decisions about the issues affecting their lives.

With the inventiveness to be at the forefront of the media industry, The Phnom Penh Post presents Post Plus – a tool to engage with our readership.

Media has always been the connecting element – not only between readers and the world’s affairs – but also between the public and the world of commerce.

Online or in print, written or in video, Post Media’s quality content attracts the country’s elite and gives our company its commercial value. From research, we know that our English and Khmer readers are well educated, academics, successful professionally and cosmopolitan.

Post Plus provides an integrated platform over all our channels that enables marketers to join the conversation with their own narrative and expertise through advertorial content. Advertorials are a unique advertising format packaged in the form of high-quality content. Attractive images, illustrations and compelling text help to educate and inform our readers in a way that flows with the editorial content of our newspaper.

Our professional writing staff and graphic design department work together to design an advertorial that gets results.

Additionally, under the Post Plus umbrella is our Special Reports and Post Property.

Our Special Reports never fail to grab readers’ attention. With exclusive industry profiles in banking and finance, lifestyle, health and technology, Post Plus provides an educated audience with relevant news and analysis.

With in-depth coverage, these tailored supplements are an ideal platform for advertisers to target niche markets and to educate consumers about particular changes in a vast array of Cambodia’s established and emerging industries.

Post Property maps the new landscape of Cambodia’s real estate boom every Thursday. This weekly supplement has unprecedented reach.

With regular updates on one of Cambodia’s fastet growing markets, it is an authoritative guide for property, investors, homebuyers and renters.

Post Plus is dedicated to providing a dialogue between the public and the businesses that are investing and shaping Cambodia’s prosperous and energetic future. As Cambodia’s economy continues to accelerate and grow, it is important that industry leaders have a tool to support their efforts and ingenuity.

Post Plus invites industry leaders the chance to not only to promote and benefit business, but also to highlight their civic engagement as Cambodia continues to embrace a globalized and integrated world.

Following our editorial principles, we understand that our readers have high demands towards advertisement and advertorial content, which is why Post Plus is always interesting and informative. Post Plus entertains while making ideas visible. Above all, Post Plus provides the reader with advice to make confident and informed financial decisions.

SOME OF OUR CLIENTS FEATURED IN POST PLUS:

■ Australian Centre for Education
■ Airbus Helicopters Southeast Asia
■ ANZ Royal Bank
■ Bangkok Bank
■ Forte Insurance
■ Hattha Kaksekar
■ Limited
■ Jotun Cambodia
■ KPMG Cambodia
■ Microsoft
■ Prudential Cambodia
■ RMA Cambodia
■ Samsung
■ Smart Axiata
■ Wing
■ WorldBridgE Commerce
■ Yamaha

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