eNett helps underprivileged Cambodian resident to build a new career in the travel industry

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eNett International sees the first beneficiary of its ‘Repay the eNett Way’ complete sponsored tour guide training in Phnom Penh. Sreng Yongcheng will now become a licenced tour guide and build a new career path for himself in Cambodia’s growing tourist industry, and a more positive future outlook for his family.

“I am very thankful to be given this opportunity”, said Sreng. “Being a tour guide is a good job, and the training means I can get a tour guide licence, which will allow me to work as a tour guide in Phnom Penh city and the surrounding areas. It gives me a high level of job security, and provides a good living. It also means I can support my parents, which is important to me as I am responsible for them. Eventually, I hope to start my own travel agency.”

This is an excerpt from an article first published by the Travel Daily News Asia. Read the original article here: eNett helps underprivileged Cambodian resident to build a new career in the travel industry.

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