Highlights of the AMEN Project Phase 2 and Voice of AMEN Mentees

Highlights of the AMEN Project Phase 2 and Voice of AMEN Mentees
06 September 2023 -

Let’s take a look at the highlights of the ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN) Project Phase 2 that kicked off last year. A heartfelt gratitude to the Government of Japan through the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) and to our dedicated public and private partners across ASEAN for making this journey fruitful.

Also watch the below videos of AMEN mentees to know about their story:

AMEN mentee from Brunei Darussalam, Mr. Mohammad Syafiq Syukri the founder and CEO of Paning Free Company, “Embrace this incredible opportunity with an open mind and a thirst for knowledge. Your journey as an entrepreneur is a continuous learning experience and the AMEN programme is here to empower you with the tools, insights and connections that can elevate your business to new heights.”

AMEN mentee from Cambodia, Ms. Ky Chhorvy the CEO of KK 11 Mini Mart, “Don’t give up your dreams. In order to make your dreams come true, it needs a lot of effort, commitment and energy through a stage of business development until the goal is achieved.”

AMEN mentee from Indonesia, Ms. Trisna Utami Lestari, the founder of Keytabee, “The AMEN Project has been a game changer for me and my business. It has equipped me with practical skills and knowledge, enabling me to grow my business. The biggest impact was the shift in my mindset and perspective towards entrepreneurship. I learned the importance of strategy, planning, and continuous learning in business.”

AMEN mentee from Lao PDR, Mr. Ketsana Seneoudom, the Director of 1213 Ice Cream Company, “AMEN project is very useful and practical for a new entrepreneur who wants to upgrade their business knowledge and build a wider connection with many mentees who join the project as well. It is better to have a lot of business friends to share and help you overcome your difficult situations.”

AMEN mentee from Malaysia, Ms. Noormawani Binti Nordin. Managing Director of NFA Technologies Sdn Bhd., “Don’t stop in terms of learning, be persistent, never give up. Also, failure is just a test for you to stay stronger and, at the same time, to have a mentor really really helps you a lot.”

AMEN mentee from Myanmar, Ms. Kay Khaing Win Maung, founder and managing director of Energy World Co. Ltd., “I would like to encourage the future AMEN mentees to participate well in the AMEN program as it covers all aspects on how to run a successful business; from the 1st stage of planning till the calculating of ROI, which is beneficial for business owners. You will learn many techniques, tools and keywords which can be applied to your businesses.”