Lao Woman Wins International Award for Male-Led Industry | Rare Techy
VIENTIANE, Laos, November 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Electrical engineering and installation is a male-dominated industry Laos but this conventional business practice is being challenged by an entrepreneur named Siriphone Phanthavongs, who is the Managing Director of Electrical Civil Mechanical Engineering Sole Co., Ltd (ECME).
Siriphone Phanthavongs, Managing Director, Sole Electric Machinery Co., Ltd (ECME)
In recognition of its success in managing and leading the electronics and installation industry, this year’s Asia Corporate Excellence & Sustainability Awards (ACES) named Siriphone one of the winners of the Asia The best SME sector.
She has been active in promoting women’s participation in business management by creating new culture that supports female leadership in business. In addition, she has introduced women’s training programs and women’s leadership programs in the company’s management.
As a female business leader, Siriphone is well versed in marketing trends and uses digital media to communicate and interact with customers, while striving to provide high quality products and services. .
In addition to honoring her skills as a business leader, the awarding panel recognized Siriphone’s ability and commitment to steer the company and its employees through the Covid-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of the world economy.
Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Siriphone’s focus on the health and safety of its employees has enabled the company to maintain a high level of performance.
“ECME Sole Co., Ltd. has broken the glass ceiling by setting the highest standards for itself and then showing what it takes to not only maintain but exceed these. standard. You can,” said Shanggari Balakrishnan, CEO of MORS Group, who presented the awards.
Established in 2009, ECME is a leading provider of electrical installation equipment and services Laos and expertise in installation, maintenance, inspection and testing of equipment in buildings, supply, installation and maintenance of switches, generators and air conditioners, supply of equipment.
The company operates in accordance with AS/AZS 3000:2007 Australia a New Zealand telecommunications regulatory standards.
The company’s customers are mainly mining companies, beverage factories, commercial buildings, banks, hotels, hospitals, international administration offices, and embassies.
To maintain its business advantage, ECME has worked hard to be a model for other companies in it Laos on gender equality, health and safety standards, international standard services, and managing change in times of uncertainty.