Small and medium-sized businesses in Cambodia are working hard to adapt to the economic challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic with many looking to the rapid digitization of the local economy as an opportunity for success.
To support small businesses in Cambodia and help entrepreneurs achieve online success, Facebook has launched a Khmer-language education … More
Every day, people use Facebook to share their experiences, connect with friends and family, and build communities. Since the social media should be a place where people feel empowered to communicate, Facebook focuses on keeping abuse off the platform and developed a set of Community Standards that outline what is and is not allowed on … More
Khmer Tourism for the Future, an initiative aimed to improve resilience and bring innovation to the tourism industry heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, has found its 6 winning teams during semi-final pitch on 20 November.
The initiative, organized by Impact Hub Phnom Penh and co-funded by Khmer Enterprise, started with a 2-month pre-incubation … More
Sisters of Code, a non-profit educational program in Cambodia, has received prestigious international awards in the field of skills development, becoming the first Cambodian program to receive such important international recognition and attention.
Sisters of Code won the EQUALS in TECH Award 2020, international competition to support the integration of girls and women in the … More
The first ever edition of She Loves Tech Cambodia 2020, the world’s largest startup competition for women in technology, announced the 3 winners of the award.
Homegrown agritech solution Smart Farm Assistance, cloud-based hospital management system Peth Yoeung and Cambodia’s first data science academy DataU Academy were crowned as the first, second, and third place … More