FORWARD continues its 30 Successful Entrepreneurs Section in Cambodia, by presenting four more successful entrepreneurs in real estate.
Oknha Kith Meng (Banking, Real Estate, Media and Telecom)
One of the most famous businessman in Cambodia and abroad is Kith Meng. He is the head of Cambodia Chamber of Commerce and is the CEO of Royal Group. Among the Royal Group’s holdings of 20 companies, which includes the Royal Railway Co, Wing Cambodia, ANZ Royal Bank, Cellcard, CTN, MYTV, CNC, Cambodia Life Insurance, condos and many others.
Lok Chumteav Choeng Sopheap (Yey Phou) (Real Estate, Mine, Medicine)
Choeng Sopheap co-owns Pheapimex Company, one of the most influential companies in Cambodia. Her company is involved in various sectors such as salt, mine, bamboo, medicine, construction, and hotels. Born in China, she has been able to attract a mass of foreign investors to Cambodia.
Oknha Cheng Kheng (Real Estate)
Oknha Cheng Kheng has been a real estate agent and has evaluated the potential for Cambodia for over 20 years. He now leads four different domestic and international organizations. He is the founder and Managing Director of CPL, Chairman of a board of directors of Cambodian Valuers and Estate Agents Association (CVEA), the Chairman of HULLTONS CPL Company, and the President of VPC Asia Pacific Regional Grouping of International Property Consultants. (International organizations which have property experts from 11 countries in Asia). His first company, HULLTONS CPL Company was founded in 1997. Since then, it has extended its cooperation with many companies from different countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, United Kingdom, and India.
Oknha Kov Ly Meng (Real Estate, Trading)
Oknha Kov Ly Meng is the chairman of the Thai Boon Rong Group, a company which brings potential international investments partnership to Cambodia. The latest project, is the Thai Boon TBR Tower World Trade Center, one of the tallest twin towers in the Asian region. The towers are 560 meters in height with 133 floors sprawling over 4.97 hectares of space and will be located in front of NagaWorld, replacing the late Dreamland Park.