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Successful project with British authorities

August 31, 2022
Puthivoleak Heng and Pichrothana Bunthan - Confluences Access

We very often hear (wrongly) that Confluences is a French company working only for French entities, but this is not always the case. We are proud to confirm that we have for the past few months been working for the government of Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Department for International Commerce (DIT) is a department of the British government in charge of encouraging foreign investment and export trade, as well as negotiating and extending trade agreements between the UK and other nations. Confluences has been mandated by the DIT to produce informative and up to date factsheets as well as snapshots for the Cambodian and Laotian markets in order to give full insights to UK exporters wishing to do business in these two SEA countries. 

It was not our first time working for a foreign government, as we have previously completed missions for the French and Austrian governments, and we are regularly working with the Wallonia and Brittany regions. It was also not our first mission in Laos, but probably our biggest one so far!

Although we mainly work on establishing foreign companies in the Kingdom of Cambodia, we are also able to provide broader support for international firms looking to establish in Southeast Asia, a mission that is fully in line with Confluences' regional development policy.

If you want to contact us to carry out market or feasibility studies, prospecting or sourcing, please contact us at access@confluences.asia 

Successful project with British authorities

August 31, 2022
Puthivoleak Heng and Pichrothana Bunthan - Confluences Access

We very often hear (wrongly) that Confluences is a French company working only for French entities, but this is not always the case. We are proud to confirm that we have for the past few months been working for the government of Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Department for International Commerce (DIT) is a department of the British government in charge of encouraging foreign investment and export trade, as well as negotiating and extending trade agreements between the UK and other nations. Confluences has been mandated by the DIT to produce informative and up to date factsheets as well as snapshots for the Cambodian and Laotian markets in order to give full insights to UK exporters wishing to do business in these two SEA countries. 

It was not our first time working for a foreign government, as we have previously completed missions for the French and Austrian governments, and we are regularly working with the Wallonia and Brittany regions. It was also not our first mission in Laos, but probably our biggest one so far!

Although we mainly work on establishing foreign companies in the Kingdom of Cambodia, we are also able to provide broader support for international firms looking to establish in Southeast Asia, a mission that is fully in line with Confluences' regional development policy.

If you want to contact us to carry out market or feasibility studies, prospecting or sourcing, please contact us at access@confluences.asia 

Successful project with British authorities

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Puthivoleak Heng and Pichrothana Bunthan - Confluences Access

We very often hear (wrongly) that Confluences is a French company working only for French entities, but this is not always the case. We are proud to confirm that we have for the past few months been working for the government of Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Department for International Commerce (DIT) is a department of the British government in charge of encouraging foreign investment and export trade, as well as negotiating and extending trade agreements between the UK and other nations. Confluences has been mandated by the DIT to produce informative and up to date factsheets as well as snapshots for the Cambodian and Laotian markets in order to give full insights to UK exporters wishing to do business in these two SEA countries. 

It was not our first time working for a foreign government, as we have previously completed missions for the French and Austrian governments, and we are regularly working with the Wallonia and Brittany regions. It was also not our first mission in Laos, but probably our biggest one so far!

Although we mainly work on establishing foreign companies in the Kingdom of Cambodia, we are also able to provide broader support for international firms looking to establish in Southeast Asia, a mission that is fully in line with Confluences' regional development policy.

If you want to contact us to carry out market or feasibility studies, prospecting or sourcing, please contact us at access@confluences.asia 

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Successful project with British authorities

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Summary
Puthivoleak Heng and Pichrothana Bunthan - Confluences Access

We very often hear (wrongly) that Confluences is a French company working only for French entities, but this is not always the case. We are proud to confirm that we have for the past few months been working for the government of Her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdom.

The Department for International Commerce (DIT) is a department of the British government in charge of encouraging foreign investment and export trade, as well as negotiating and extending trade agreements between the UK and other nations. Confluences has been mandated by the DIT to produce informative and up to date factsheets as well as snapshots for the Cambodian and Laotian markets in order to give full insights to UK exporters wishing to do business in these two SEA countries. 

It was not our first time working for a foreign government, as we have previously completed missions for the French and Austrian governments, and we are regularly working with the Wallonia and Brittany regions. It was also not our first mission in Laos, but probably our biggest one so far!

Although we mainly work on establishing foreign companies in the Kingdom of Cambodia, we are also able to provide broader support for international firms looking to establish in Southeast Asia, a mission that is fully in line with Confluences' regional development policy.

If you want to contact us to carry out market or feasibility studies, prospecting or sourcing, please contact us at access@confluences.asia