MIM Junior Consultant Experience (JCE) trip to Cambodia

31-03-2020 / Source: ESSEC Business School, Asia-Pacific

As a part of the Junior Consultant Experience (JCE), students from ESSEC Asia-Pacific’s Master in Management (MiM) went on a study trip to Cambodia with the mission to help two Cambodia-based non-governmental organizations (NGOs) - Passerelle numérique and Pour un Sourire d'Enfant - with their business cases.

The five-day study trip gave us a unique opportunity to understand Cambodia’s developing market and economy. We witnessed the daily lives of children and volunteers at the NGOs. The tripalso showed us how the NGOs were helping the local communities. 

Our JCE mission was to help the NGOs address the real-world issues they were facing. This enabled us to understand the depth of their business model and operational dynamics. We discussed ideas and presented our key findings and strategies with management representatives of the NGOs . 

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