Emerald HUB Co-working Space in Cambodia

Emerald HUB co-working and office space is located on the 11th Floor of PPIU Building in front of Bak Touk high school and near Olympic Stadium. The co-working space offer private room rental, team desk, co-working desk to startups, individual, small business and entrepreneurs. It’s one of the modern co-working space in Cambodia.

Currently the co-working space has 25 startups teams and small businesses, the Hub hosts numerous events, programmed and workshops to enhance the entrepreneurship culture in Cambodia.

Talking about the plans for 2017, Emerald HUB will be pursuing two major developments.

First, to open second HUB in BKK3 area and in Kampot province to increase the number of options available for entrepreneurs in Cambodia. Emerald HUB co-working space hopes to be able to secure a stable level of income to create a reinvestment fund which can be used by startups incubating in Emerald HUB.

Second, the initiative that Emerald HUB will be working on its own accelerator program for startups. This really an exciting news for aspiring entrepreneurs as it increases the chance for startups to be pushed to another level right here in Cambodia country.

At the moment the key event is “The Startup Party” that was conceived because the team at Emerald HUB co-working space wanted to be more intentional about celebrating startups and startup founders in Cambodia. This idea is to create an informal environment where startups could network with people or team around, as we believed that “networking events have become more for business” and we wanted to create a “community driven event” where people could come simply because it was fun and benefit each other.

Eventually, the idea of startup party is to cater to anyone serious about developing their startups by inviting many investors and partners to network with the aspiring founders.

Other Emerald HUB key objective  is to achieve with the building culture where aspiring entrepreneurs would be willing to share their ideas and not afraid they would be stolen.

Moving into 2017, these startup parties will continue to evolve and be an informal space for entrepreneurs to grow.