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Cambodia Startup Shoprunback raised $900k funds from Obor Capital

SHOPRUNBACK, a French-Cambodian logtech (logistics tech) startup, announced today that it has closed its pre-series A financing with a total fund raise of USD 900,000. OBOR Capital, a leading venture capital fund in Cambodia, led the investment round, and was also joined by other investors including Negocia Ventures, a Singapore-based VC firm founded by serial entrepreneur, Thierry Tea.

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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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DEVELOPMENT INNOVATIONS EXPO 2019: CELEBRATING SIX YEARS OF HARD WORK

The Development Innovations Expo 2019 saw over 40 organisations, tech companies, social enterprises and young innovators who have employed innovative solutions to help tackle Cambodia’s development challenges.
The event was organised by Development Innovations (DI), a six-year USAID-funded project aiming to help young innovators, social enterprises, technology companies and civil society organisations to design and … More

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Plant the Seed of your Agricultural Startup with the DakDam Incubator!

Impact Hub, HEKS Cambodia and the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation (SDC) Cambodia are encouraging startups impacting the agricultural sector to apply for the DakDam Incubator until 16 August!
Businesses must:

Have an environmentally friendly prototype/service

Be beneficial for small-hold farmers, especially women

Consist of Cambodians with little … More

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