Export Service Centre Cambodia displays range of 100% silk home decor and fashion accessories at Global Sources Hong Kong Trade Shows

Top Quote Handmade products available at Home Products booth #11R20, Apr. 20-23; Fashion Accessories booth #7R02, Apr. 27-30 at AsiaWorld-Expo, Hong Kong. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 21, 2011 - PHNOM PENH - The Export Service Centre Cambodia (http://www.ExportServiceCentre.com/Cambodia) will showcase 100% silk products at two booths, adding one more to last year, at Global Sources shows at Hong Kong's AsiaWorld-Expo. Home products are displayed at booth #11R20, Apr. 20-23 and fashion accessories at booth #7R02, Apr. 27-30.

    Home products on display include pillowcases, sand hanging decorations. The fashion accessories booth will contain scarves, bags, wallets and purses, and coin purses. All are handmade of 100% silk.

    "With the economic recovery, we expect even more orders than last year, when buyers from Australia, the USA, Spain and Hong Kong placed orders with us," said Kunthy Heng, export manager of the Export Service Centre Cambodia.

    "They appreciate the quality of our products. They were asking for more product choices, so this year we add home products to our line. They are also impressed with our competitive advantages provided to them, namely:

    * Low minimum orders of just $500. This allows buyers to quickly test their markets at minimal investment;
    * Mixed lots: Buyers can offer customers more variety and not incur the extra expense of large numbers of each SKU, and;
    * International standards: Each item is handcrafted and not mass-produced. We QC everything before it is shipped."

    Easy imports - complete service to buyers
    The Export Service Centre Cambodia is a one-stop sourcing hub for quality handmade products made from Cambodia. Buyers benefit from a hassle-free import process with complete service, including, Sourcing & sampling, QC and Door-to-door shipping.
    One buyer, Margaret Tribbick, director of Silk Allure in Australia said: "We really appreciate everything that the Export Service Centre has done for us. We could not have wished for anything better than how you have co-operated and cared about what we required.

    "The products are beautiful. We are very impressed with their quality. We are in the process of having them photographed for our website. So far, we have sold a mix of items to friends and they love them."

    Global Sources - corporate social responsibility
    As one of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, China Sourcing Fair organizer Global Sources (NASDAQ: GSOL www.globalsources.com) donated the booth space for the Export Service Centre Cambodia. The Export Service Centre is a social enterprise of the Kearny Alliance, and its aim is to create jobs for needy, hardworking people in Cambodia.

    About The Kearny Alliance
    The Kearny Alliance (http://www.kearnyalliance.org), a US nonprofit 501 (c) (3) foundation, partners with other international organizations to further its mission of 'Aid through Trade', to advance international development and poverty alleviation through trade-related business, education, training and applied research.

    Key programmatic areas include:
    * Livelihood development at the grassroots level: Through the social enterprise Export Service Centre (http://www.ExportServiceCentre.com) in Indonesia and Cambodia, the Kearny Alliance assists small producers who do not have the capacity to export direct to participate in the global economy. It estimates that in 2009 it created more than 3,800 jobs.

    * Job creation for small & medium producers: Through the Developing Country Export Assistance Program (http://kearnyalliance.org/sourcingreports), the Kearny Alliance connects smaller exporters in developing Asia with buyers worldwide. Surveys of beneficiaries show that suppliers have received $772,000 in export orders, and they expect more than $5,500,000 to develop in the next 12 months.

    * Education & skills development: The Kearny Alliance offers stipend support for students from Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and mainland China to study in Hong Kong and the US. The dozens of Kearny Alliance Scholars receive internships and on-the-job training in export-related companies and organizations in 10 countries.

    * Trade policy research: One major initiative is The Future of US China Trade .Com (http://www.futureofuschinatrade.com), an online center for data, analysis, and insightful discussion on U.S. - China trade offering Forum Discussions, News & Analysis, Facts & Figures, Discussion Outcomes, Book reviews and Meet the Experts. This was developed from The Kearny Alliance - Arizona State University forums on China, trade and the world economic order high-level series of interlinked meetings - held in Phoenix and Beijing which explored potential solutions to issues and challenges of mutual benefit to China-US trade relations.

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