Angkor Flowers & Crafts is proud to have been featured in a wide range of different media sources, as part of our achievement and recognition from Australian community of how this enterprise is meaningful through changing life of women, their families and communities. Our aim is to provide much needs to support migrant and refugee women through capacity building and employment opportunity aiming for quality of life and financial sustainability, as many as we can. This aligns with the support from the community to increase our capacity to help these women to blossom.
Read more our latest media coverage here:
Angkor Flowers: Meet the Cambodian entrepreneur teaching refugees and migrants new skills & encouraging women to blossom through floristry
SBS Business Secret , published on Thursday 13 September 2018
Angkor Flowers: The beginner’s floristry class helping migrant women bloom- ABC Online News by Erin Stewart – Post on 14 December 2016
“Australia is the multicultural country,” says Sophea Chea, the founder of Angkor Flowers and Crafts, a beginner’s floristry class for refugee and immigrant women in western Sydney’s …….
‘Social enterprise Angkor Flowers and Crafts is giving disadvantaged women hope with job opportunities’ – The Daily Telegraph NewsLocal, 5 February 2016
‘Coming up roses: The social enterprise that’s helping refugee women bloom’ – Generosity Mag, 2 February 2016
‘Refugee women blossom through floristry work’ – The Daily Telegraph NewsLocal, 29 January 2016
Macquarie Kick Starter Round 2 Winners Announced!- School of Social Entrepreneur, December 10, 2015
Three extraordinary social entrepreneurs have bagged themselves $10,000 to go towards their ventures thanks to the Macquarie Group Foundation’s Kick Starter competition.
The winners, Sophea Chea, Kumari Middleton and Katie Rose, were picked from a group of 12 social entrepreneurs competing for the prizes.