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.
After some six years since he first thought of producing a homegrown Cambodian computer, Rithy Thul is preparing for starting pre-sales of the Koompi computer.
Lida Loem, the co-founder of Support Her Enterprise (SHE) Investments, is role model to countless women in Cambodia, and has dedicated her life to empowering women and bridging the gender gap in both the business and entrepreneur sector.
Kokopon is a new startup founded by three of Cambodia’s leading female entrepreneurs Sokneang Neng, Treng KuyChheng, and Bunnary Bour. The trio wanted to catalyze the revolution of Cambodian women entering the tech sector. As the country’s digital landscape continues to develop, Kokopon was envisioned not just to offer services to Cambodians, but also to demonstrate successful business startups to women in Cambodia.
Known globally as a comparison engine and a platform that provides information about 3D printers and scanners, Cambodia-based Aniwaa has announced it has ventured into virtual, augmented and mixed reality head-mounted displays (HMDs).