With more and more co-working spaces being sponsored and funded by external organisations, one woman in particular took advantage of such abundant resources to empower women in the Kingdom. Find out more by clicking on the article!
best of 2015
Geeks in Cambodia released an infographic this year in March to document the exponential growth of the Cambodians in relation to digital trends. We were impressed by the 414% increase in the number of active Internet users, the 100% rise of social media users and booming smartphone industry in the region. We Are Social, a social media agency based in Singapore has released yet another report on the digital, mobile and social trends of Cambodians!
Ever found it hard to secure a seat on the buses back to your provinces during Khmer New Year? You are not alone. Bookmebus.com’s founder, Langda Chea sat down with Geeks In cambodia to share how the pain of finding a seat was the inspiration behind the online ticketing portal, his vision, his future plans and his message to all aspiring Cambodian start-ups.
Ever since the 1990s, Cambodia has experienced an exponential growth of Non-profit Organisations (NGOs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). One of the main concerns for many local CSOs in the Kingdom is sourcing for funds, which often turns out to be a time-consuming process as donors and the necessary support needed are not as readily available amongst the local communities here.
In Phnom Penh’s Stung Meanchey municipal, the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) is set to open a new eco-friendly, technology school in the Stung Meanchey area, one of the many efforts by NGOs in the area to provide an affordable or free education for the children living on the former dumpsite.