Prince Group secures a Silver Stevie® Award for COVID-19 Response – Most Valuable Corporate Response becoming the only firm in Cambodia to win in the category
Prince Real Estate provides daily essentials to 804 underprivileged families of Chamkarmon District affected by February 20 community outbreak
On March 11, in view of the escalating situation caused by the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Cambodia, Neak Oknha Chen Zhi, chairman of Prince Holding Group, better known as Prince Group, affirms the Group’s commitment to social responsibilities, announcing plans to donate $3 million to the Cambodian government’s anti-epidemic efforts. Chen Zhi has extended his assistance during the Kingdom’s time of need and expressed strong support for Prime Minister Hun Sen’s drive to combat the ongoing epidemic.
Charity arm of Cambodian conglomerate engages local community as key stakeholders for upcoming 834-ha project
Cambodian conglomerate brings world-renowned expertise from Singaporeto oversee 834-ha project, catalyzing growth in Cambodia’s 3rd largest city
Prince Real Estate Group, a member of Prince Holding Group, a leading conglomerate in Cambodia, has successfully conducted an investment agreement ceremony of Prince Square. The project will be the real estate developer’s first commercial retail project in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and it will bring a slew of well-known brand names like Adidas, Levi’s, Skechers, Nike by Supergo, Huawei, OPPO, Potato Corner, Dakasi, Panda Cake and Pizza Hut to the city.
The global pandemic has changed the working lives of many people across the world, including in Cambodia. Chairman Neak Oknha Chen Zhi (陈志公爵) and Prince Group, being a responsible corporate citizen, have opened the Prince Horology Vocational Training Center, Cambodia’s first independent watch school. The training center gives Cambodians the opportunity to learn a new artisanal skill – watchmaking – and gain the necessary experience to help them in job markets in Cambodia and abroad. The training center follows the strict regulations for watchmaking outlined by regulatory bodies in Switzerland.
Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has reset fundamental assumptions underpinning various industries. In Cambodia, environmental conservation is now an important feature in recovery efforts for the agriculture sector, and Neak Oknha Chen Zhi (陈志公爵) and Prince Group are spearheading change in the sector.
(PHNOM PENH, Cambodia – 8 December 2020) – COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of environment, social and governance (“ESG”) practices at companies across the world. But there was talk of change even before the outbreak of the pandemic. Last year, the Business Roundtable (a group representing 181 CEOs of America’s largest corporations) outlined that companies must “support the communities in which they operate”, upturning the longstanding focus on wealth maximization for shareholders espoused by American economist Milton Friedman.