Cambodia’s Smart Axiata piloted ‘Internet of Things Challenge’ to boost digital innovations

Alumni from SmartStart, SmartEdu and SmartSpark programs met in Phnom Penh over the weekend piloting the Smart IoT Challenge to tackle unique digital challenges and to demonstrate their understanding of one of the key digital concepts of the 21st century.
IoT refers to the use of digital technology to connect computing devices embedded in everyday … More


New Business Resiliency for Startups Program aims to help entrepreneurs affected by COVID-19 pandemic

To support startups and small businesses across Cambodia, Impact Hub Phnom Penh is launching a new education program for entrepreneurs with funding from Smart Axiata’s 1 Million USD COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The free online course aims to help entrepreneurs overcome challenges that have emerged due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is designed for SME leaders … More


Supporting social sellers in developing digital literacy skills

To help social sellers gain more digital literacy skills and improve their businesses, TrueMoney is organizing a series of workshops focused on the best practices while selling products and services via Facebook.
The four sessions will focus on different Facebook skills such as how to create attractive content, boost posts and have more success with … More


Khmer Tourism for the Future opening a way to sustainable domestic tourism

Impact Hub Phnom Penh launched a Khmer Tourism for the Future incubation program, to provide support for startups and businesses in the tourism sector hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
For the next 8 months, the programme will help entrepreneurs with environmentally friendly businesses to lead the way in sustainable tourism. The initiative aims to … More


World’s largest startup competition for women in tech is coming to Cambodia

Applications for She Loves Tech, the world’s largest startup competition for women in technology, are now open for Cambodian startups. This will be the first time the Global Startup Competition Series takes place in Cambodia.
“The Cambodian tech startup community has been growing more vibrant each year,” said Rhea See, Co-Founder of She Loves … More

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