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Belaws To Expand Digital Legal Advice And Corporate Services Platform Into Cambodia

Cambodia’s leading incubator and market entry firm Confluences announced their new venture with Belaws on July 17 at a ceremony at the Confluences office, formalising the startup’s expansion into the Cambodian market!
Belaws, with current operations in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore and France, is now looking to provide their services in Cambodia as … More

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Meet The SmartStart Winning Teams: PhumCAKE!

For our second week chatting with the SmartStart winning teams, Geeks in Cambodia sits down with the team behind PhumCAKE, an application that provides cakes for any occasion!
“You Make It, We Bake It!” is their slogan, allowing users to customise cake designs for special events ranging from weddings to birthdays, and just about any … More

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Aspire Arts and Craft: Helping the Physically Disabled Craft their Own Future

In order to improve the livelihoods of people with disabilities, an online platform, Aspire Arts and Craft, is in development to bridge their occupational needs with tourist demands.
Co-founded by Som Tola, a 21-year-old Cambodian woman, and two other teammates, Aspire hires people with disabilities to craft souvenirs and sell them online.

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Meet The SmartStart Winning Teams: Rentech!

With the conclusion of SmartStart Cycle 3’s final pitch last month, five teams have emerged at the top for the season! As their ideas enter the incubation stage, Geeks in Cambodia is eager to find out more about their SmartStart journey. For our first week, Geeks in Cambodia sits down with Rentech, an application aiding … More

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Monkiri: Financial Literacy for Youths and Young Adults in Emerging Economies

Monkiri, a financial literacy e-learning app, aims to completely bridge the gap between no comprehension of financial concepts to knowing where to find financial services in emerging economies such as the Cambodian and Burmese markets.
Developed by 23-year-old Canadian Trevor Schonewille’s company of the same name, the first edition of the app will be available … More

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