Chambers of Commerce - experiences?

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Chambers of Commerce - experiences?

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Anyone here members or had dealings with any of the business organisations like EuroCham, BritCham, Cambodia Chamber of Commerce, Cambodia Investment Club etc? Any stories? Recommendations? Worth the membership fee?

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Re: Chambers of Commerce - experiences?

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Good question. Due to the lack of answers though, I'm guessing the experiences haven't been that great.
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People are usually more keen to speak up online about bad experiences, Shirley? No response to me feels more like nobody’s had any dealings at all.
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Re: Chambers of Commerce - experiences?

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I have a few friends who are active members in several of the Chams. I've never been to any event myself, but it's a good way to get to know people if that's your thing, and they can help you with business related issues.
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