In order to improve the livelihoods of people with disabilities, an online platform, Aspire Arts and Craft, is in development to bridge their occupational needs with tourist demands.
Co-founded by Som Tola, a 21-year-old Cambodian woman, and two other teammates, Aspire hires people with disabilities to craft souvenirs and sell them online.
For the fifth consecutive year, leading financial portal Global Banking and Finance Review (GBFR) has awarded Smart Axiata with the titles “Best Telecommunications Company Cambodia 2019” and “Best CSR Company Cambodia 2019”.
“Smart’s strategic vision, continued investment in technology, deployment of innovative services and commitment to the country’s socio-economic development in 2018, stood out from … More
SmartSpark, the business incubation programme organised by Smart Axiata and Impact Hub, is back with a brand new focus on Cambodian startups aiming to protect the environment!
According to an article by Open Development Cambodia, the Cambodian agricultural industry contributes to 35 percent of the Gross Domestic Product and employing about 60 per cent of … More
After 3 months of training, five teams vied for the $3,000 prize up for grabs at the second SmartSpark Pitching Night on 14 March. Inclusion+, V4Women, HouseMe, SistersDream and Aspire all gave polished and passionate pitches, and well done to the Inclusion+ team for winning with their idea of a one-stop platform allowing individuals with … More
Impact Hub Phnom Penh continues to grow and develop, offering more information, helping more startups and making more of an impact, so says the latest Impact Report released on Monday.
2017 and 2018 was a busy two years for Impact Hub, with a number of successful initiatives, including the Toyota Impact Challenge, SmartStart, SmartSpark, Hub … More