Happening on 24 January from 6 to 8pm, Impact Hub will be holding another awesome Networking Night for anyone who is interested to socialise with other enthusiasts from similar fields and discuss or share ideas about impending topics within the Kingdom over canapés!
Done monthly in partnership with EZECOM, a premium Internet Provider in the Kingdom; each month focuses on a different theme, relevant to the local community and that makes an impact in the Kingdom. Past themes include Digital Tech, Food and Agriculture, Sustainable Livelihoods, Education; and this month, it’s all about Tech for Good!
This instalment will present an opportunity to gather together, as well as connect small and large businesses, NGOs, entrepreneurs, students, and leaders in tech. Furthermore, these players will have the chance to share their projects, strategies and visions of what the term “Tech for Good” means to Cambodia.
Apart from being able to network with other like-minded individuals, this instalment will be joined by some very amazing speakers as well, who will impart their valuable expertise and knowledge. The speakers include:
Sovan Srun & Panhavuth Heng from Edemy
Co-founders of 2-year old Edtech social enterprise, Edemy, that provides blended online and offline English learning solutions to Cambodian students via a network of social franchisees, as well as customized English language training programs to NGOs and companies. The mission of Edemy is to equalize access to quality education for everyone everywhere.
Vannsan Nou from INSTEDD iLab
As a Communication & Events PR Manager, Vannsan has spent more than eight years in communication professions with international organizations, before joining INSTEDD in 2016. INSTEDD envisions a world where communities everywhere can design and use technology to continuously improve their health, safety and development.
If you are interested in attending this event, you can sign up here, free-of-charge. Also, for more information about Impact Hub Phnom Penh and their work with Cambodian change makers, you can visit their website or head down to their Facebook Page, which they update frequently!