Cambodia is one of the top ten fastest growing economies in the world with an average of seven percent GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth. So, it comes to no surprise that the PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards 2019 was the biggest and best attended to date. The fourth edition of the black-tie gala dinner was held on 3 May 2019, at the elegant, five-star Sofitel Phnom Penh Phkeethra where the 370 guests celebrated the best projects, designs, outstanding personalities, and innovations in the real estate and construction industry.
As platinum sponsor, Kohler Company joined the festivities at the PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards with their peers from the real estate, construction, and development industry, and partied the night away with architects and designers at the gala dinner. Category winners will go on to the Grand Finale in Bangkok, Thailand, towards the end of the year.
Continue reading at Kohler’s official website: https://kohler.design/cambodia-propertyguru-property-awards-2019/
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