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DAKDAM INCUBATOR PITCHING NIGHT A SUCCESS

Six teams have been awarded $5,000 and will be receiving intensive support from Impact Hub through the DakDam Incubator, a programme designed for entrepreneurs with a prototype or a startup with the potential to help the agricultural sector in Cambodia.
Ten teams were selected from 65 applicants to join a one-month pre-incubation program, which consisted … More

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BARCAMP 2019: TOGETHER TOWARDS A DIGITAL FUTURE FOR CAMBODIA

This year’s BarCamp Asean 2019, one of the biggest tech conferences and exhibitions in Cambodia for tech companies, startups, developers, investors, creative designers, innovators, entrepreneurs and IT Professionals, took place from 12 to 13 October 2019 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia.
During the event, tech experts and other participants gathered to collaborate, share … More

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MAKING CAMBODIAN FARMERS’ LIVES EASIER WITH SMART FARM ASSISTANCE

A team of five Cambodians have created a phone app that will help farmers spend less time working in the field.
The Smart Farm Assistance app will allow farmers to control their water system remotely, and check data on soil conditions and humidity.
The app is linked to a device/controls a device that is installed … More

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MEALTEMPLE GROUPS EXPANDS STARTUP DRIVEUP TO LAOS

Meal Temple Group, a Cambodia based food delivery company, has now introduced a Ride-hailing service app called DriveUp.app, in the capital city of Laos, Vientiane.
After expanding its food delivery services from Cambodia to Laos a few months ago, Meal Temple is on its way to start the super app business model in Laos. The … More

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DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIONS EXPO 2019: CELEBRATING SIX YEARS OF HARD WORK

The Development Innovations Expo 2019 saw over 40 organisations, tech companies, social enterprises and young innovators who have employed innovative solutions to help tackle Cambodia’s development challenges.
The event was organised by Development Innovations (DI), a six-year USAID-funded project aiming to help young innovators, social enterprises, technology companies and civil society organisations to design and … More

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