Deborah Chen

About Deborah Chen

The geek in the family, Deborah loves tinkering with a new gadget or reading up old-school product manuals or a good book in her own free time. A believer that smiling cures all trouble, look for Deborah for a pill of happiness.

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Impact Hub: Hub Pitching Challenge

With only 7 days left to register, are you an up and coming entrepreneur that is looking for a platform to gain valuable feedback, have a chance to win prize money and to tell the world about your idea?

Then Impact Hub Phnom Penh’s Hub Pitching Challenge is the place to be. If you have an exciting business idea with the aim of solving a local community or environmental problem, you will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with expert mentors to develop your plan and to improve your pitching skills.

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Impact Hub: How to Create a Tech Start-up

Picture this. You have an exciting new application that you think will change the tech start-up world as we know it. But wait, something’s missing. How do you turn your technological skills into a successful business?

If the above matches your situation, then you are in for a treat! Impact Hub Phnom Penh’s ‘How to create a Tech Start-up’ is just for you. Designed for entrepreneurs with a great IT product or with limited business background, this workshop is for anyone and everyone who would like to learn the basic steps for business development or to simply gain support in business development.

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Interview: Bookmebus.com – Cambodia’s Online Ticketing Portal

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.

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NIPTICT: Drone Building in Phnom Penh

The National Institute of Posts, Telecoms & ICT will be organizing a course for free on Drone Building right here in Phnom Penh!

They will teach students how to build a drone and they will learn the software and the hardware behind it. The course will take 20-30 hours to complete in total. However, students will only have 3-6 hours per week in the afternoon once the course commences. The course will be free, but shortlisted students are expected to buy their own drone material (hardware) in order to practice.

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