What is Impact Hub Phnom Penh?Impact Hub Phnom Penh is a co-working space, a business incubator, a social enterprise builder and above all, a community of like-minded people who believe they can make the world a better place. At Impact Hub Phnom Penh, we believe that a more sustainable and innovative Cambodia is possible and that thanks to the power of collaborative entrepreneurship, positive impact will happen. When we started 5 years ago, we found there wasn't any meaningful support systems in place for entrepreneurs, innovators and organisations who want to have a positive impact in Cambodia. We met so many people doing incredible things, but with no common community uniting them. This is how our journey began, and since them we have created communities surrounding social causes, innovation, and entrepreneurship with hundreds of members. One of the first communities we created was Social Enterprise Cambodia, a platform that connects social enterprises in Cambodia. Check out the website here: socialenterprisecambodia.org Members enjoy a global platform connecting you to 16,000+ entrepreneurs; a creative working area of fixed or hot desks; access to mentoring and innovative programmes; flexible exhibition and events space for workshops and talks, all housed in a beautiful building in the center of Phnom Penh.
What are Impact Hubs?
Coworking spaces that support and develop social enterprises, based around the world. Acting locally, connected globally.
We are part of a global network of connected communities that enable collaborative ventures while supporting the passion to create sustainable impact. Impact Hubs unite people from every profession, background and culture with imagination and drive to pursue enterprising ideas for the world.
From Amsterdam to Johannesburg, Singapore to San Francisco, Impact Hub has evolved into a rapidly expanding, diverse global network. Each community is a wealth of innovative programs, events, and cutting -edge content. Step into any one of our Impact Hubs worldwide and immerse yourself in the local experience of a global movement.