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.
As increasing numbers of Cambodian’s buy smartphones, it is changing the way that people across the country get their news and knowledge, entertainment, and interact with each other.
In Cambodia’s most rural areas, people like farmers have no mobile Internet. How then will they be able to get crucial information regarding their field? A learning event will be held at Development Innovations, Friday, 3rd October 2014.
We have all discussed the business potential of Cambodia before, and the rising flock of startups and investors coming to the country only back up our hunches. Referring to an analytic article released last month by Bangkok Post, we sifted out the top five reasons why Cambodia acts as an attractive new hub for business ventures to embark upon.