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    The salary is based on the positions and qualifications. Here are some information about job salary in Cambodia. 1. IT Programmer | $500-$600 (Education) 2. IT Executive | $400-$500 (Web) 3. Web Developer | $400-$700 4. Sales Executive | $300-$400 5. Sales Supervisor | $500-$700 6. Purchasing OfficeRead more

    The salary is based on the positions and qualifications. Here are some information about job salary in Cambodia.

    1. IT Programmer | $500-$600 (Education)
    2. IT Executive | $400-$500 (Web)
    3. Web Developer | $400-$700
    4. Sales Executive | $300-$400
    5. Sales Supervisor | $500-$700
    6. Purchasing Officer | $300-$700 (Construction)
    7. Loan Officer | $300-$400 (Loan out & Collection)
    8. Personnel Officer | $400-$450
    9. Sales Engineer | 300$-600$ (Electric Supplier)
    10. Sales Executive | $300 (Vietnamese Speaking)
    11. Accounting Officer | $300-$400 (Female)
    12. Restaurant Manager | $700-$800 (Male) (F&B)
    13. Operation Manager | $900-$1000 (Construction Material)
    14. Junior Architect Design | 400$-500$ (Construction)
    15. Stock Controller | 300$-400$ (Automotive) (Chom Chao)
    16. Manager Assistant (Management Trainee) | $600-$800 (Male)( PP)
    17. Region Director Assistant | $800-$1000 (Male-Chinese Speaking)( PP)
    18. Marketing Planning Manager | $1000- $1500 (PP)
    19. Public Relation Manager | $1000- $1500 ( PP)
    20. Media Advertising Manager | $1000-$1500 (PP)

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  2. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. This phrase is used to describe the process of ensuring that a website or web page will rank highly in search engine result pages (SERPs). The ultimate goal of SEO is to create content that attracts target audience and helps them to convert into paying custRead more

    SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. This phrase is used to describe the process of ensuring that a website or web page will rank highly in search engine result pages (SERPs). The ultimate goal of SEO is to create content that attracts target audience and helps them to convert into paying customers.

    SEO is the best way to market your business because it helps you to rank higher in search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. It helps you to achieve more website traffic and convert those visitors into buyers. Our SEO specialists will optimize your website so that it can easily be found by relevant users on search engines. Activerify is an online marketing company in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We specialize in digital marketing services such as internet marketing, social media marketing and email campaign strategy.

    For more information, you can visit: SEO Marketing Company in Phnom Penh, Cambodia :
    https://activerify.com/seo-marketing-company-in-phnom-penh-seo-marketing-service-in-cambodia

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  3. There are plenty of ways to get around the city, but the main way is by car. The cheapest and most direct route is by road from the airport to downtown Siem Reap. It takes about an hour and a half on a motorbike or bicycle, which can be rented for about $5 per day. You will need to buy your own tickRead more

    There are plenty of ways to get around the city, but the main way is by car. The cheapest and most direct route is by road from the airport to downtown Siem Reap. It takes about an hour and a half on a motorbike or bicycle, which can be rented for about $5 per day. You will need to buy your own ticket at the border station in Siem Reap. This costs about $2.50. There are also several bus routes that go through Siem Reap. Most buses leave from the airport every 15 minutes, so it’s possible to catch one before you arrive in town. A few buses depart daily from the airport. You may find some taxis that charge more than $10 per ride.

    The best way to see the sights of Cambodia is by boat. There are many options available. Some boats offer tours to the temples and other sites along the Mekong River. Others offer guided trips with guides who speak English. Many boats also offer private charter services. Prices vary depending on how far away you want to travel. For example, if you’re looking for a tour that starts in Phnom Penh, you might pay between $300 and $500 per person. On the other hand, if you’d like to visit the temples in Siem Reap during your stay, you could easily spend less than $100 per person.

    If you plan to stay overnight, there are numerous hotels throughout Siem Reap. They range from small boutique hotels to large complexes with hundreds of rooms. Most are located near major attractions such as the National Museum and the Angkor Wat temple complex.

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    During the greetings, your facial expressions and eyes contact are also important to show respect and relationship between you and the person that you are greeting to. Therefore, keeping a smile face during greetings Khmer people is a good mode to show hat you're willing and satisfying greetings theRead more

    During the greetings, your facial expressions and eyes contact are also important to show respect and relationship between you and the person that you are greeting to. Therefore, keeping a smile face during greetings Khmer people is a good mode to show hat you’re willing and satisfying greetings them.

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    Setting up a business in Cambodia Setting up a business is a popular venture in Cambodia, and the plethora of possibilities continue to attract ambitious entrepreneurs from overseas. The food and beverage industry, as well as tourism and hospitality, are two particularly popular fields, but entrepreRead more

    Setting up a business in Cambodia

    Setting up a business is a popular venture in Cambodia, and the plethora of possibilities continue to attract ambitious entrepreneurs from overseas. The food and beverage industry, as well as tourism and hospitality, are two particularly popular fields, but entrepreneurs with a sharp eye and a keen spirit are continually spotting gaps in the market and have branched out into pet stores, coworking spaces and even franchises in recent years.

    While it’s relatively easy to set up a business in Cambodia, it can be hard to ensure it flourishes, as the landscape is competitive. Value addition is key to survival and, whatever the type of business you start, it’s important to provide quality products or services, and focus a lot of time and effort on developing a loyal client base.

    If you are thinking of starting a business in the Kingdom of Wonder, it’s important to thoroughly research the market and be sure of the feasibility of your brainchild beforehand. Though the market is growing, it’s still small and impressionable. Cambodia’s traumatic past is still relatively recent, and the country is consequently far less developed than many others. As a result, many things are still new to the people and there’s a tendency for locals to be easily influenced to sway between different products, places and brands. Source: expat.com

    Market Overview

    Cambodia has experienced rapid economic growth over the last decade. Cambodian gross domestic product (GDP) has grown at around seven percent over the past decade and it is expected to continue to grow at a similar rate in 2017. In 2016, Cambodia graduated to lower-middle income status as measured by the World Bank with a Gross National Income (GNI) per capita of $1,070. The country, however, remains one of the poorest in Asia. It is still reliant on foreign aid, with donor support totaling approximately 25 percent of the government’s budget in 2016. Despite the strong performance of the garment, tourism, and construction/real estate sectors, Cambodia remains an agrarian country.

    Since Cambodia became the first least-developed country (LDC) to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2004, trade has steadily increased. The United States is Cambodia’s largest single-country export destination. In 2015, approximately 25 percent of Cambodia’s total exports reached the United States – primarily garment and footwear products. In 2016, Cambodian exports to the United States were valued at $2.81 billion and U.S. exports to Cambodia totaled $361 million. The United States and Cambodia are signatories to a 2006 Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) to promote greater trade and investment in both countries and to provide a forum for addressing bilateral trade and investment issues. In February 2016, the third TIFA meeting was held in Phnom Penh. The United States and Cambodia began exploratory discussions on a Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) in May 2013, but the Cambodian government has not yet officially indicated interested in negotiating a BIT. Cambodia is also a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Asia Free Trade Area (AFTA).

    Market Challenges

    Significant challenges to doing business in Cambodia commonly cited by the private sector include weak rule of law, poor infrastructure, high energy costs, corruption, and under-developed human resources. Disputes over land rights and limited enforcement of intellectual property rights, including the sale of counterfeit and pirated products, also remain major concerns for U.S. companies.

    Market Opportunities

    Cambodia offers potential business opportunities in agribusiness and food processing; tourism infrastructure and resorts; education; architecture, construction, and engineering services; household goods and appliances; used cars and automotive parts; power generation equipment and power transmission infrastructure; fast food and beverage franchises; pharmaceuticals; and medical supplies and equipment.

    Market Entry Strategy

    Working with a local partner, such as an agent or distributor, is the most effective way to reach Cambodian consumers. A local partner can facilitate and expedite market entry through market knowledge and established networks. In Cambodia, personal relationships can be the key to successful business transactions.Source: 2016.export.gov

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