The most in-depth look at Cambodia’s startup landscape found a number of key positives, including a broadening spectrum of funding sources available for startups in the last three years, with an increase in publicly-disclosed deals to more than 12 in 2018!
The report by Mekong Strategic Partners and Raintree (and endorsed by the Board of … More
The 2018 Women’s Forum Singapore on September 12 to 14, will see the gathering of more than 100 speakers and 1,000 delegates from over 50 countries, for just one cause – to foster women’s leadership for social progress and economic impact in Singapore and the region.
Sokcheng Seng is the co-founder of Wapatoa, a bilingual online platform where quality and relevant content is produced for young Cambodians. She is a role model and inspiration to many young Cambodians, and was motivated to start Wapatoa by being unable to find interesting and factual news on the internet. Both Sokcheang and her co-founder were so motivated to start Wapatoa that they quit their jobs to devote themselves to the project.
In honour of Cambodia’s growing entrepreneur scene, the Cambodia Young Entrepreneur Awards, organised by the Junior Chamber International Cambodia (JCI) and Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia (YEAC), recognised the five outstanding entrepreneurs who embody the entrepreneurial spirit.