“No one uses Twitter in Cambodia,” is a phrase often repeated when discussing the relative values of the different social media channels for entrepreneurs and startups. But is it true?
Searching for the right university to study at has traditionally been a frustrating, time consuming, confusing, and sometimes expensive experience in Cambodia.
In addition to a lack of central database of universities and courses making it difficult for students to choose the best degree for them, the very process of viewing universities is difficult some. … More
Facebook’s dominance of digital marketing is truly impressive. Since its launch in 2004, the social media platform has grown to dictate how people across the world use the internet; in countries like Cambodia, where Facebook is the internet for many people, almost half of the population use Facebook on a daily basis for news, entertainment … More
As part of its countrywide efforts to reduce susceptibility to human trafficking, USAID, through non-profits Winrock and Open Institute, has created the Bong Pheak employment website
With agriculture occupying some 60% of the Cambodian labour force, it is important for Cambodian farmers to reap the benefits of new farming techniques and technology, possibly via mobile phones.