In the spotlight: Emerging Markets Entrepreneurs
August 9, 2012 Editor 0
Cambodian women are increasingly challenging the traditional concept of ‘chebap srey’ (literally “women rules,” a set of limits on their role in Khmer society) by starting their own businesses. Emerging Markets Entrepreneurs (EME) has developed a two-pronged approach to help them overcome difficulties both cultural and financial.
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