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Century21 Cambodia Embark on a Global Strategic Business Development Tour

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Century21 Cambodia Embark on a Global Strategic Business Development Tour

The Global Strategic Business Development (GSBD) Team at Century 21 Cambodia will soon embark on a month-long “Global Strategic Business Development Tour” whereby they will visit China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia, promoting Real Estate investment opportunities in Cambodia.

The tour team will consist of Mr Kuy Vat, Chairman/CEO Century21 Cambodia; Mr Seraj Sutton, Director of Global Strategic Business Development at Century21 Cambodia; and Mr SamAth Him Sprung, Director of Global Strategic Business Development at Century21 Cambodia.

Century21 Cambodia, through their tour series, wish to be a catalyst in spotlighting Cambodia in the world market for property investment; and will be approaching major players in key markets in order to combine their regional expertise and to expose the Cambodia market to the huge Century21 Global Network.

Even while Cambodia’s construction and economic boom continues, many perceptions of the wealth of the country and the potential for returns on investment are still being overlooked in major global markets, despite nearly two decades of swift economic growth.

While the Century21 Overseas tour seeks to identify investment opportunities abroad, it also seeks to alter this mindset and funnel investment capital back to the Cambodian property sector.

With up to 80 percent of Cambodian new development projects being bought by International buyers, property developers in Cambodia must educate the global market on the benefits of investing in the Kingdom.

Through this tour, Century21 Cambodia is pioneering this mission, and a mission that will bring benefits not only to Century21 offices in Cambodia – but the entire property market sector in Cambodia!

Mr Seraj Sutton, Director of Global Strategic Business Development at Century21 Cambodia, said that, “We at Century21 Cambodia are very excited and feel quite positive about the way real estate market in Cambodia is developing and are proud to present Cambodia to the world.”

The month long expedition is to promote Cambodian-based property investment opportunities to the International investors and also to identify overseas investment opportunities for Cambodian-based property investors; The investment tour will provide a unique opportunity for personal interaction to close the gap between the investor and the opportunity.

In each of the 9 countries they will visit in phase one of the Business Development Tour, the Century21 Cambodia team will harness the Century21 Global Family Network in each of these countries, tapping each country franchises’ network of investors, property owners and sellers.

With 7,100 offices, across 78 countries and over 100,000 Professional sales agents, the Century21 Global Family is well positioned to promote new real estate developments in Cambodia to surrounding countries.

After the Century21 Cambodia Asian Business Development Tour is complete, they will then look to wider global markets to share information about Cambodian property investment, namely they will visit Australia, USA, Belgium and France.

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