SentoSaSilk started its operations in a small flat located in the busy streets along Phnom Penh’s riverside.
During its initiation, the founder finds the opportunity for disable Cambodians to have a place in the society and help improved their well-being by providing them job. SentoSaSilk started with two with physical disabilities. They were sourced from a Cambodian national organization for disabled persons. Since then, the two were developed as master trainers and decently working up to now as trainers/teachers of SentoSaSilk.
As the company finds it growth, more disabled persons were given chances to get decent jobs. On top of that, new fresh young aspiring graduates from poor families were given opportunities to get trained by SentoSaSilk and, more young citizens was able to acquire good working ambience and professional management experiences. Moreover, craftswomen and weavers in different provinces were developed as entrepreneurs providing sustainable income to their communities.
- Founded on 4th February 2004 by Ms. Seng Takakneary, where the idea was conceptualized and inspired from the famous American entrepreneur who was responsible for reviving the silk industry in neighboring country.
- Aiming to make an impact in Cambodian Society by promoting Cambodian Silk and Cambodian Culture as well as providing opportunities to women and to the less fortunate people and develop them to improve their living conditions by creating more jobs and bringing thousands of families out of poverty.
- roducing “high quality silk products and uniform services” as a vehicle to their journey in fulfilling their main purpose. The founder is very passionate in developing Cambodian people and seriously working on the sustainable path to continue and expand, to enable them develop more people, help their countrymen and contribute in the society of Cambodia.