Cambodia’s ever-growing transport landscape is becoming increasingly exciting, with new options appearing seemingly weekly, and many making use of the country’s fintech revolution, with cashless payments and helpful application support boosting usability and popularity.
E-commerce and cashless payment solutions are rapidly growing in popularity in Cambodia, as people become aware of the convenience of such technologies, and recently launched GetLoy is making it even easier for Cambodian businesses and NGOs to receive payments via websites and e-commerce services.
An idea for electric-powered bicycle rickshaws was chosen as the winner of February’s Travel & Tourism themed Startup Weekend Cambodia in Siem Reap, which appealed to the judges with a focus on clean energy, convenience and business potential.
On April 3rd, the National Institute of Posts, Telecoms & ICT (NIPTICT) of Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (MPTC) organised a meet-and-greet with new ICT startups of Cambodia at Emerald Hub.
On the 30th of March 2018, the National Institute of Posts, Telecoms, & ICT (NIPTICT) celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony of the 7500m2 Innovation Center, at the NIPTICT campus to the north of Phnom Penh.