Prince Holding Group and the Korean Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia Meets on Advancing Asia

Prince Holding Group (“Prince Group”) hosts a delegation of eight Korean business executives from Cambodia’s Korean Chamber of Commerce (“KoCham”) led by Chairman Mark Lee, warmly welcomed by the Group’s management at the Prince Group headquarters in Plov Koh Pich.

An evening of sharing by the Group’s management team described how it has increasingly emphasized bringing in talents from around the region and intends to attract more workforces and businesses from Korea.

Edward Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Prince Real Estate Group, a subsidiary of the Prince Group, says that Cambodia has been growing expeditiously, with its economy forecasted to grow 6.5% in 2023 and a vast youth population under 25, which may serve as a demographic dividend to the Kingdom.

KoCham’s Chairman, Mark Lee, highlighted that they had witnessed Prince Group’s transformative efforts over the years with rapid growth in real estate footprint within the Kingdom and increasing mix of international management, leading by example as a progressive corporate entity.

The duo reaffirmed its continued commitment to advancing Cambodia and expressed interest in exploring potential areas of collaboration in multiple prongs.

Established in 2007, KoCham is a non-profit voluntary membership organization comprised of Korean businesses and leaders interested in growing Cambodia.