Doing Business in Cambodia

Breakfast Talk
Asia, Tax and Legal
Date and Time: 
18 Jan 2018
08:15 to 10:30
Thursday, 18 January, 2018 - 08:15 to 10:30
JW Marriott South Beach, 30 Beach Road, Singapore 189763, Room Delta-Echo & breakfast at Court Martial Bar
Registration Dates: 
23 Nov 2017
16 Jan 2018

Cambodia’s economy is growing rapidly and liberal trade and investment policies have been introduced to promote trade and foreign investment. The GDP has grown at around seven percent over the past decade and the country’s economic growth is expected to remain robust in the coming years.


Cambodia offers potential business opportunities in several sectors such as agribusiness, food processing, garments, tourism infrastructure and resorts, architecture, construction, engineering services, energy, finance and insurance, household goods and appliances, pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and equipment …


Three experts of the Cambodian market will provide you with all the information needed to tackle this fast-growing market: Economic trends, legal & taxation, business opportunities, business tips and experience sharing!


  • Mrs Ratana Phurik-Callebaut, Executive Director, Eurocham Cambodia
  • Mr Guillaume Massin, Managing Director, DFDL Cambodia
  • Mr André de Jong, Managing Director, Robert Bosch, Cambodia

Supporting organisation
Please note that the members of the German Chamber will benefit from the member price


About the Speakers:

  • Mrs Ratana Phurik-Callebaut, Executive Director, Eurocham Cambodia

Ratana Phurik-Callebaut is the executive director of the European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia. Ratana holds a dual French and Cambodian citizenship.

She grew up in France where she graduated in Industrial Economics and international trade at La Sorbonne University.


After several years spent in Geneva in private banking sector as portfolio manager, she moved back to Cambodia in 2003.

Since then, she has filled different positions including General Manager of the French-Cambodian Chamber of Commerce (CCIFC), Managing Partner of the Cambodia Emerald private equity fund and more recently as a business development consultant for DFDL. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). 



  • Mr Guillaume Massin, Managing Director Cambodia, DFDL 

Guillaume’s practice focuses on assisting international and local clients with their investments in Cambodia and the wider Mekong region. He is the team leader advising on the acquisition and structuring of a number of large projects across various sectors as well as the construction and development of landmark projects.


This often involves complex negotiations with the Royal Government of Cambodia for the lease of state land to investors as well as a deep understanding of Special Economic Zones on land and industrial development projects.


Guillaume also provides technical assistance for international organisations on law drafting and policy making.



  • Mr André de Jong, Managing Director, Robert Bosch, Cambodia

Andre de Jong has been the Managing Director of Robert Bosch (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. since 1 November 2013. de Jong represents Bosch in Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, and has the overall responsibility of enhancing Bosch’s business in the three countries.


Born in the Netherlands, Andre began his career with Bosch in 1997 as Brand Manager for Power Tools Accessories in Benelux. Since then, he has amassed a wealth of branding, marketing, international management and leadership experience in Switzerland, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Germany.


When he was based in Vietnam, Andre was appointed to head the setup of the Bosch Representative Office in Cambodia, in addition to being the Country Sales Director of Bosch Power Tools in Vietnam and Cambodia.


Prior to his current role, he was in Germany as General Manager of sia Abrasives, a subsidiary of Bosch which specializes in industrial sanding applications.

Andre de Jong holds a degree in Business Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.



Terms & Conditions

  • Full payment is required upon registration. 
  • Should you need to cancel, please do so no later than two working days before the date of the event.
  • No shows will not be refunded.
  • Please note that photographs and videos may be taken during the event for news and publicity purposes.


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