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BARCAMP 2019: TOGETHER TOWARDS A DIGITAL FUTURE FOR CAMBODIA

This year’s BarCamp Asean 2019, one of the biggest tech conferences and exhibitions in Cambodia for tech companies, startups, developers, investors, creative designers, innovators, entrepreneurs and IT Professionals, took place from 12 to 13 October 2019 at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia.
During the event, tech experts and other participants gathered to collaborate, share … More

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Develop Business Leadership Skills through the SmartEdu University Student Development Programme!

Cambodian undergraduates, don’t miss out on applying for the SmartEdu University Student Development Programme (USDP) before 14 July!
The programme seeks to develop skills such as communication, critical thinking and creativity to nurture future leaders of Cambodia. Applicants that pass the interview will undergo a 13-day boot camp from 3 to 15 August in Siem … More

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BIO Accelerator Programme: Professional Business Development for Cambodian SMEs

The Cambodia Investor Club Association (CiC), Cambodia’s first investment platform, is now calling for applications from local SMEs to join their business accelerator programme, BIO Accelerator Programme!
Through a survey of its members, CiC found that local SMEs face challenges in growth such as limited access to finance, inefficient HR management, inadequate development of business … More

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Startup Kingdom: A Look At Cambodia’s Digital Startup Ecosystem

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

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CALLING ALL CAMBODIAN FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS: WOMEN’S FORUM SINGAPORE 2018

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.

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