Four local firms win prestigious international business awards – Khmer Times

Four Cambodian organisations have won prestigious prizes in the 18th Annual International Stevie Business Awards.
Phare Ponleu Selpak, Naga World Ltd, ISF Cambodia and Jaime Gill all won Stevies.
The awards were created in 2002 to raise public awareness of the achievements and positive contributions of organisations and working professionals worldwide. Stevie comes from the name Stephen, which is Greek for “crowned”.
Phare Ponleu Selpak won four Gold Stevie Awards for art, entertainment and public cultural events, green events and the communications campaign of the year for nonprofit and charity organisations. Phare Ponleu Selpak,  meaning The Brightness of the Arts, is a nonprofit art school for children in Battambang.
Casino-hotel operator NagaWorld Ltd won one Gold, three Silver and one Bronze Stevie Awards. Their Gold Stevies were for the Asia-Pacific corporate social responsibility programme of the year.
Indochina Starfish Foundation (ISF) is a Cambodian charity with more than 13 years of experience using education and sport to change children’s lives.
Jaime Gill is a Phnom Penh-based consultant at UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund. He specialises in creating communications campaigns to reach new audiences, raise funds and achieve social change.
Organisations around the world can compete in the Stevie awards in a wide range of categories for achievement in management, marketing, public relations, customer service, human resources, new products and services, technology, web sites, apps and events.
The Asia-Pacific Stevies are open to all organisations in the 29 nations of the Asia-Pacific region.
Sponsors include leading marketers, publishers, and government institutions. Gold Stevie winners automatically receive a Gold Stevie trophy.  Silver and Bronze winners get a medal and can buy a Stevie trophy.
Winners were selected from more than 3,700 nominations submitted by organisations in 65 nations. More than 260 executives joined 11 juries to judge the entries.
The awards will be presented during a virtual ceremony on Dec 8.
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