E-commerce and cashless payment solutions are rapidly growing in popularity in Cambodia, as people become aware of the convenience of such technologies, and recently launched GetLoy is making it even easier for Cambodian businesses and NGOs to receive payments via websites and e-commerce services.
On the 30th of March 2018, the National Institute of Posts, Telecoms, & ICT (NIPTICT) celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony of the 7500m2 Innovation Center, at the NIPTICT campus to the north of Phnom Penh.
EduQuest is bringing the Kingdom’s first Silicon Valley Bootcamp to Cambodia. Taking place at Raintree in Phnom Penh between the 5th and 7th of April, the boot camp aims to empower startups with the necessary skills to thrive their business, by sharing some of the knowledge that has seen the United States’ Silicon Valley become the tech center of the world.
Interested to learn more about technology, business, and media? Want to expand your contact list and network with like-minded individuals? Well, this is the event for you!
MIST director Jason Lusk explains how their Startup Accelerator programme can support Cambodian tourism startups
After the success of last year’s programme, the Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism (MIST) has announced that applications are open for the 2018 edition of its Startup Accelerator programme. The programme is intended to boost ideas from Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia concerning how best to identify, exploit, address or promote tourism across the region, and director Jason Lusk spoke with Geeks in Cambodia to answer our questions.