Chapter: Direct EuroCham
Emmanuel MENANTEAU began his career in 1993 at French Multinational Company Sextant Avionique where he held a number of positions, first as Sales and Marketing Manager then as the Head of the company’s office in India.
In 2001, he joined France’s Thales, a world leading company for Defense, Transport and Aerospace systems as Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, based in Singapore (2004-2010) then in China (2010).
In July 2011, Emmanuel MENANTEAU was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Cambodia Airports, a subsidiary of VINCI Airports Group (France) holding the concession of the country’s network of international airports. He is also in charge of VINCI Airports development activities in South East Asia.
In 2012, Emmanuel was appointed ACI Asia Pacific Board member, then in 2014 he joined ACI Asia Pacific Ex-Com as Treasurer and ACI world board.
Emmanuel MENANTEAU is a graduate of the Paris based School of International Relations and Commerce. He is the Chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce of Cambodia and French Trade Advisor.
(+855) 12 911 651
Blaise Kilian graduated from the Paris Institute of Political Studies in 1996 and received a higher education degree in applied economics in 1997 before studying Khmer at the French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO) in 1999.
He has been living in Cambodia for 15 years, where he has worked for a number of public and private agencies, both Cambodian and foreign, and taught economics (in French) for seven years at the Royal University of Law and Economics. He spent nine years at the UNESCO Phnom Penh office in January 2006 as a member of the ICC-Angkor Standing Secretariat and handling a number of cultural projects with various national and international stakeholders. In February 2015, he became Advocacy Manager at the European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia.
+855 (0) 10 871 396
(+855) 10 875 950
+855 (0)17 884 857
+855 92 429 679
+855 (0)10 871396
+855 (0)10 871 409
+855 10 883 950
+855 (0) 10 879 950
Since graduating from Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada) with a Bachelor’s of Commerce, specializing in Meeting & Event Management, she has been planning record-breaking educational seminars, conferences, board meetings, fundraising events and social gatherings. In 2009, Rose received the prestigious CMP – Certified Meeting Professional designation from the Convention Industry Council.
Rose worked closely with European companies in her role as Manager of Meeting & Incentive Sales for the Netherlands Board of Tourism in Toronto, a role in which she actively promoted the European hospitality industry to Canadians and helped to significantly increase market share.
She went on to run a well-respected sustainability consultancy (SME) and manage several trade associations as an Executive Director. During
this time, she planned noteworthy trade missions for European companies and forged numerous successful partnerships and alliances between key stakeholder groups.
Rose is delighted to be spending her days building informative, thought - provoking EuroCham events, as well as targeted membership services.
She takes pleasure in connecting with EuroCham’s growing and dynamic membership and serving their wide range of needs.
+855 (0) 89 861965
Lyze Ikopo Bentoto
+855 (0)10 701 886
+855 (0) 10 871 138
+855 12 304 332
Rogier Van Mansvelt
+855 (0) 11 233 983
+855 (0) 10 871 950
Thomas recently joined EuroCham in the role of Business Services Manager, where he'll be managing the services team in the implementation of short term consulting projects across Cambodia, and assisting European companies get started in the country.
Prior to joining EuroCham, Thomas was a Consultant at Emerging Markets Consulting (EMC), based in Lao PDR, where his work included the development and implementation of project methodologies for both development partners and private sector companies, including Save the Children, Plan International, The World Bank, IFC and GIZ, as well as multinational companies interested in Cambodia, Myanmar and Lao PDR. Most recently, this included a study on the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Lao PDR, as well as an assessment of the readiness for renewable energy investment in the Philippines.
Before joining EMC, Thomas worked as a Business Management Scheme entrant for BT Group Plc, undertaking rotations as an operations manager of a 24 person operations team, and as a project manager in charge of services quality. Prior to venturing into telecommunications, Thomas worked at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals as a Regulatory Strategist at the firms UK headquarters.
Thomas is a British Citizen, and received his degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Bath, UK.