Startup&Angels Phnom Penh #6, Friday 22 March 2019 @ BRED bank - Startup&Angels
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Friday 22 March 2019

Come and meet startup founders, investors and advisors talking about their inspiring journeys!
Learn more about startups & founders from Emerging Markets!
An exclusive and relaxed networking event gathering startups and angels
Learn from amazing and inspiring stories from those local and global entrepreneurs. Get visibility and connect with founders, business angels & investors.
BRED Bank Cambodia, 30 Preah Norodom Blvd, from 5.00pm to 9.00pm.
Wine, beer, and food included!

Chris is the CEO of Mango Map. He is a Cambodia tech veteran having cofounded the Hackerspace and co-working space in Cambodia as well as speaking at the first TedX and Barcamp events to be held in Cambodia.

Mango is an enterprise level cloud mapping system that allows users and producers of GIS map data to quickly and easily create and publish customized web mapping applications. Mango is a growth stage company serving hundreds of business customers around the world including household names that include Toyota, Aon and the European Union.

Yuta Nagano
Founder and CEO
@
Spean Luy

Yuta is Founder and CEO of Spean Luy Co., Ltd that provides micro loans to the unbanked people through its mobile app Spean Loan using machine learning. He has strong expertise in microfinance industry in South East Asia and Central Asia. Before running the startup, he did marketing and fundraising for a local microfinance institution in Cambodia. Prior to this, he worked for a leading bank in Japan called Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. He graduated the top of the class and holds a Bachelor’s from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University. He believes in a world where all people have access to food, education and healthcare from a financial perspective.

Spean Luy offers micro loans raining from $50 to $1,000 to the unbanked people through our app “Spean Loan” in Cambodia.  They apply machine learning to leverage big data gained from customers’ smartphones that enables them to borrow money anytime, anywhere. Now, everyone can apply for a loan.

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Matthew has over 20 years of experience in Telecom, Media and Technology investment banking, and investment management. He also has experience in mobile payments, general retail and real estate across emerging markets such as Myanmar and Cambodia. In 2016 Matthew founded Clik and has dedicated the past 3 years to building the Clik team and launching Clik. He has an MBA from INSEAD.

Clik is a Cambodia-based FinTech startup backed by some of the biggest names in the industry, one of which is OpenWay Group. They transform the entire payment experience, starting with authentication and machine assisted ekYC, followed by highly secured apps and mPOS solutions, and finally ending with data-rich insights and analytics.
As an mPOS payment aggregator they facilitate payments using either their e-wallet or that of others; payments via IPS cards (Visa…); or P2P payments. They also facilitate loyalty-driven reward redemptions that provide consumers with unprecedented value.

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Vichet In
Co-Founder
@
Khmerload

Vichet In is currently CEO of Little Fashion and Mediaload. He has been one of the pioneers of digital commerce in Cambodia since 2010. He and his three other siblings co-founded Little Fashion in December 2010 as an informal Facebook retailer and transformed it into Cambodia’s leading ecommerce operator with a focus on omnichannel customer experience.

Mediaload, backed by 500startups, is a regional digital media startup with 8 million unique visitors.and 19 million Facebook followers in Cambodia and Myanmar. The parent company of the two startups raised $5m from Belt Road Capital Management this year.

Adrienne is a cross-cultural psychologist also graduated in anthropology and sociology, who specialises in the use of digital media for activism and advocacy. She co-founded the digital agency Endorphine Concept as well as Geeks in Cambodia. While both Geeks in Cambodia and Endorphine Concept received several awards and recognitions, Adrienne was named “Entrepreneur of the year” for the APAC region at the Women Leading change awards.

Geeks in Cambodia is the first online media news platform in Cambodia dedicated to startups and new technologies. The platform features content pertaining to technology, digital trends, entrepreneurship and startups. With local, regional and international audiences, Geeks in Cambodia draws unique and dedicated content to learn more about the ins-and-outs of the startup and tech ecosystem in the Kingdom.

Maxime Rosburger has 6 years experience in on-demand marketplace and logistic. He started his first startup in 2013 an online food delivery service called Meal temple in Cambodia. He has also been involved in trading of telecom, medical & f&b products across Europe and Asia. Maxime holds a Master degree in Entrepreneurship from ISG Paris.

Meal Temple Group invests in online marketplace and logistic in frontier markets. The company currently operates in food delivery, grocery delivery and ride hailing in  Cambodia and Laos.

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Thanks to our venue partner!

BRED Bank Cambodia is a subsidiary of BRED Banque Populaire, a member of the BPCE Group, the 2nd largest banking group in France, serving more than 31.2 million customers,
employing more than 100,000 people worldwide, and counting 9 million cooperative shareholders.

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