Airport HR execs gather in Siem Reap

Guest Writer
[14 January 2010 - Siem Reap]: The 4th Airports Council International Asia-Pacific Human Resources Best Practice Seminar was kicked off today at the Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort in Siem Reap, Cambodia, home to the World Heritage Angkor Temples Complex.

The seminar is jointly organized by the Airports Council International, Asia Pacific (ACI Asia-Pacific) region and the Cambodia International Airports. Delegates from 18 airports and business partners gathered to participate in workshops and discussions forum on the theme “People Management”.

At the opening ceremony, the Governor of Siem Reap Province, His Excellency Sou Phirin, and the Under-Secretary of State of Cambodia’s State Secretary of Civil Aviation, His Excellency Kim Sophorn, warmly welcome the delegates to Cambodia.

Mrs. Maggie Kwok, Regional Director of ACI Asia-Pacific said at her opening remarks, “I am pleased to be here today to welcome the delegates from 18 airports and business partners joining us at the 4th ACI Asia-Pacific Best Practice Seminar. Your participation is essential in ensuring the success of the association’s effort in providing a platform for our members to share best practices in the key areas of airport operations. I would also like to thank the team from Cambodia International Airports for their effort in making sure this event a success and I truly appreciate the strong support from the local government to this event.”

One of the key objectives of ACI is to provide members with industry knowledge and assistance to foster professional excellence in airport management and operation. ACI encourages members to provide continuous training opportunities for airport executives as ACI believes these investments are crucial for airports to meet future challenges. The first ACI Asia-Pacific Human Resources Best Practice Seminar was held in Seoul, Korea, in 2007 and since then this has become an annual event held at various locations with enormous support from our host airport, airport members and other business partners.

Mr. Nicolas Deviller, Chief Executive Officer of Soci

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