An avid storyteller and traveller, when not writing for Geeks in Cambodia, he is often found with a camera around his neck walking the streets of Phnom Penh enjoying the sights and smell of the city. Always open to new experiences, he also looks out for ways to help others in his free time, such as volunteering.
The Ignite public speaking event is back in Phnom Penh for the fourth time on December 16, 2018 with a fantastic lineup of speakers in both Khmer and English sharing their knowledge on a wide variety of topics.
With rapid five-minute presentations, accompanied by 20 slides ticking down at 15-second intervals (similar to the very … More
By: Alicia Leck
On December 3rd to December 9th of this year more than 100 million students in 180 countries will join the global computer science movement “The Hour of Code” and Geeks in Cambodia is excited to announce that all Cambodian schools is invited!
Organised by IT Academy Step, the Hour of Code is … More
Geeks in Cambodia is excited to announce that Cambodian delivery provider Joonaak is among the finalists for the Seedstars World competition, and will be going to Bangkok for the Asia Summit, before representing the kingdom at the summit in Switzerland in April 2019.
The entrepreneurship forum in Bangkok aims to bridge the gap between ecosystems … More
tosJis, meaning “let’s ride” in Khmer, is a platform dreamt up by a group of eight Cambodian university students hoping to revolutionise transportation in the Kingdom.
The team was one of three winners of the recent Toyota Impact Challenge and has been on a six month incubation programme with Impact Hub, who has connected the … More
By Peter Ford
Cambodian Public Relations and Digital Marketing firm QED recently announced that it was the first company in Cambodia to achieve the difficult Facebook Certified Buyer certificate.
Geeks in Cambodia has recently taken a look at how social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are used in the Kingdom (or aren’t, … More