28th Mar, 2024


On 27th March 2024, Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) celebrated the closing of the 6th cohort of the CJCC Accelerator Program (CJAP). The event took place at CJCC, with the great honor of attendee by Dr. Khim Leang,

31st August, 2023



Are you a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) in Cambodia or Japan? Do you face challenges in accessing finance, technology, and brand awareness? Do you want to network with other SMEs and potential partners from both countries?

07th Aug, 2023 - 08th Aug, 2023



"Leading with Emotional Intelligence" is a two-day course aimed to help you develop and apply the skills of emotional intelligence in your leadership role. The course is designed for every team leader who wants to attain a professional career path. The course will equip you with the skills of emotional intelligence, help you evaluate your emotional intelligence, identify your areas of strength and growth, and practice enhancement techniques.



Keieijuku is an exclusive executive program designed to enhance the capabilities of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) owners and business leaders in Cambodia. The program’s primary objective is to equip participants with the skills, knowledge, and insights necessary to foster business growth and readiness for international market engagement. Keieijuku is an initiative that seeks to empower Cambodian businesses, enabling them to not only thrive within the local market but also to compete and collaborate effectively on a global scale.

The Royal Government of Cambodia aims to attain upper-middle-income status by 2030 and high-income status by 2050. To achieve this goal, it has enhanced the business environment and fostered entrepreneurship in the country. Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) has introduced a specialized training program for high-level executives. This program is tailored to promote entrepreneurship and foster innovation within Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), contributing to sustainable economic growth in Cambodia. It aligns with the government’s efforts to improve the business environment and stimulate entrepreneurial endeavors in the country.


The program is open to Cambodian nationals who hold key positions within their organizations, including business owners, CEOs, and executives. To be eligible, the applicant’s company must have a minimum of three employees. These carefully defined criteria ensure that the program caters to individuals who play pivotal roles in driving the growth and success of their enterprises.

Participation in Keieijuku is imperative for SME owners and executives at all levels of small and medium enterprises in Cambodia. By engaging in this program, they can substantially enhance their organizational capabilities, ensuring that their businesses meet or exceed the standards prevalent in the ASEAN region. Ultimately, this equips them to lead Cambodian businesses into the international arena with confidence and competence.


Selected participants in Keieijuku can expect to benefit from a comprehensive four-pillar program:

1. Training: Participants will receive essential business skills and tools from a cadre of Japanese and local experts. These training sessions are designed to fortify the foundation of their businesses and drive sustained growth.

2. Consultation: Keieijuku offers participants the invaluable opportunity to tap into the expertise of seasoned professionals who can provide insights, advice, guidance, and practical experiences. Navigating the challenges of growth becomes more manageable with expert support.

3. Local Company Visit: This component of the program facilitates firsthand experience, enabling business owners and executives to apply their newfound knowledge to resolve current issues within their companies. It’s a collaborative platform where participants can help each other overcome shared obstacles.

4. Business Study Tour to Japan: The crowning jewel of Keieijuku is the Business Study Tour to Japan. Here, participants delve into success and failure stories from Japanese businesses. They have the opportunity
to witness, engage, and seek guidance from Japanese business owners and executives on how they operate and sustain their enterprises. This immersive experience can be transformative for the future of Cambodian businesses.


The Keieijuku program encompasses a wide spectrum of critical business subjects, ensuring a holistic approach to executive education. These subjects include:
– Strategic Management
– Marketing Management
– Financial Management
– Production/Operations Management
– Human Resources Management
– Information Management

In conclusion, Keieijuku is a meticulously curated program that serves as a catalyst for the growth and development of SMEs in Cambodia. Through its training, consultation, company visits, and international exposure, it empowers business leaders to not only meet local and regional standards but also to lead Cambodian businesses onto the global stage. Keieijuku is a testament to the commitment of the Royal Government of Cambodia and the CJCC to foster entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainable economic growth in the country.


Mr. Yoshiyuki Oba

Mr. Yoshiyuki Oba Mr. Oba is a business angel & and mentor with 30 years of experience in SME strategy & and finance in Japan & and 20 emerging countries in Asia. He holds an Executive MBA from Aalto University (Finland), as well as certificates in Fintech at the University of Oxford Said Business School (UK) and the AI Program at MIT Sloan School of Management (US). • Investing profile is on NFX's SIGNAL • New member (i.e., mentor, judge, & DAO member) of Stanford AI & Web3 Research Lab: • In ranked #26 among "Top 50 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on Business Strategy" (Dec 2020):

Mr. Masashi Yamanaka

Mr. Masashi Yamanaka started his career as a business consultant and became involved in ODA projects about 10 years ago. His experiences include management consulting, organizational development, kaizen, and training. He is currently in a project to strengthen the civil service training system in Ghana and spends much of his time in the Capital city of Accra. In addition to the business consultation projects in Japan, he works on development projects in the Western Balkans (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Macedonia), Cambodia, and Fujii.

Ms. Kyoko Fujii

Ms. Kyoko Fujii has stayed more than 35 years in the IT industry in Japan. She specializes in helping clients' IT environments in a variety of industries solve both technical and operational challenges in an evolving technology environment as a manager with a team of engineers. Started her career as a system engineer and experienced the related process of software development from design, development, implementation, and maintenance under Mitsubishi Electric Group.

Mr. Yasuo Izumi

Mr. Yasuo IZUMI, MBA, has over 40 years of professional experience in business planning, strategy, operation, and finance as well as corporate core management, Human Resources, Financial Management, and Legal Management. He has been engaged in over 80 countries with his main focus on Southeastern Asian, South Asian, and African countries. Mr. IZUMI spent about 20 years, in the first half of his career, in Japan and Europe in managerial positions in the investment and commercial banking sector.

Mr. YORN Malimchheng

He has more than 10 years’ experience in Performance Management, Finance and Risk Management in both public and private. From 2014, he was one of the mentors that lead Cambodian student and entrepreneur to achieve many international business competitions.