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Prince Foundation and CIR Media jointly rollout ‘Young Business Journalist Program’

Prince Foundation and CIR Media jointly rollout ‘Young Business Journalist Program’

Cambodia Investment Review

Prince Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Prince Holding Group (“Prince Group”), one of Cambodia’s largest and fastest-growing conglomerates, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Cambodia Investment Review (CIR Media).

The two organizations will jointly develop the ‘Prince Foundation Young Business Journalist Program’ that will support two outstanding Cambodian media and communications students studying at the Department of Media & Communications at Royal University of Phnom Penh.

Both institutions strongly believe in the importance of capacity building in the media sector which, in turn, can help better explain Cambodia’s business potential and improve it as an investment destination. 

The selected students, Sam Oudom and Pang Socheneath, will undergo paid internships with in-house training and real-world newsroom opportunities. 

By supporting the professional growth of talented Cambodian journalists, Prince Foundation hopes to aid the heathy development of the business media and communications sector.

Prince Foundation and Cambodia Investment Review jointly rollout 'Young Business Journalist Program’
Gabriel Tan, Chief Communications Officer, Prince Holding Group, Harrison White Editor and CEO of CIR Media sign the joint MoU

Developing Cambodia’s up-and-coming business journalist

“This initiative gives us a fantastic opportunity to help develop Cambodia’s up-and-coming business journalists,” said Harrison White, CEO of Cambodia Investment Review.

“I thank the Prince Foundation for its ongoing commitment to elevating education in Cambodia and believing in our mission as a local institution living up to international standards.”

“At Prince Group, we are always excited about new ventures and Cambodia Investment Review has demonstrated itself in a year as a valuable addition to Cambodia’s media landscape,” says Gabriel Tan, Chief Communications Officer, Prince Holding Group. 

“By supporting this scholarship program, we believe that two vital yet underappreciated sectors – media and communications – will get a boost. Further, we believe the scholarship recipients will go on to become strong educators in their own right as journalism and communication professionals.”

The partnership continues Prince Foundation’s drive to help develop Cambodia’s educational foundations in line with the broader Group’s focus on building a better life in Cambodia.

Prince Foundation has been actively involved in elevating the education sector over the past year and has unveiled a substantive scholarship program, supported a novel watchmaking school, ensured safe re-opening of schools in Cambodia and contributed to a program that helps underprivileged high school students plan for their careers.  

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