Alvin's Guide to Good Business 10 - Cambodia Friends International 2 of 2 - BBC Travel Documentary, recorded 19.03.2010 Business guru Alvin Hall travels the world meeting eight ambitious social entrepreneurs keen to expand their Enterprises. Each Business is about to embark on a new and challenging phase. Friends International, founded by 2007 social entrepreneur Sebastien Marot, is the subject of this week's episode of Alvin's Guide to Good Business, the 8-part series running on BBC World News that started last month. Friends International, which works in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia, Honduras, Mexico, Egypt and Myanmar, works with marginalized youth, particularly street children, to help them become productive and independent members of their communities. Among other things, Friends International provides training and creates businesses, ranging from restaurants to beauty salons to retail stores, staffed by former street children. For more information, see www.socialedge.org/blogs/alvins-guide-to-good-business AND www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/worldagenda/2010/02/100209_worldagenda_alvin_hall.shtml .