Cambodian Entrepreneurs

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STYLE, the winner of SmartStart Cycle 3, is headed to Singapore

STYLE, a platform assisting its users with renting clothes for special occasions, won a tech trip to Singapore at a SmartStart Young Innovator Program Cycle 3 Grand Final Pitch, after showcasing the team’s efforts of the past six months and presenting an elaborate business plan.
The winning team was awarded a fully-funded tech trip … More

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SPARKING NEW IDEAS FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE WITH SMARTSPARK

Phnom Penh, 11 December – Tinky Bike, a new startup producing e-bikes, won the fourth edition of SmartSpark, an incubation programme aimed at supporting innovative ideas tackling Cambodia’s biggest challenges and transforming them into businesses.
The founders of the startup, Khemara Kimhak and Chanratika, will receive a grand prize of $3,000, as well as … More

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SEEDSTARS SUMMIT ASIA 2019 BROUGH THE BEST REGIONAL STARTUPS TO PHNOM PENH

Phnom Penh, 2 December 2019: Seedstars Summit Asia finished their 2019 edition with a bang, bringing together the coolest startups from all across Asia to pitch and compete for an opportunity to present their business ideas on a global stage.
For the first time ever, the three day summit took place in Phnom Penh, … More

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HOME REPAIR SERVICES AT THE TOUCH OF A FINGER WITH FIXH.ME FOR CAMBODIANS

Built by students at Kirirom Institute of Technology, Fixh.me is a digital platform providing a place where homeowners can find trustworthy home repair services.
The platform was created by Teng Seavpor, Tea Vengtiang, Sim Chhay, and Phan Putheary.
Fixh.me connects technicians directly to homeowners who need services like plumbing, electricity, or electronic device repair services. … More

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CAMBODIA’S SMARTBIN’S OF THE FUTURE

To encourage effective waste management in Cambodia, more Cambodians have been inventing new ideas in hopes to counter the country’s mounting rubbish problem.
Every day, Phnom Penh alone generates anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000 tonnes of waste. Cambodia as a whole produces more than 10,000 tonnes of waste per day, which equals more than 3.6 … More

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