PHNOM PENH — Cambodia's start-up scene might be in its infancy, but it is slowly garnering attention on the world stage.
Dubbed the Buzzfeed of Cambodia, content on the site includes sports, fashion, music and lifestyle news — like Cambodian singer Sokun Nisa's new outfit — all presented in
Speaking to CNBC on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum's ASEAN meeting, the 33-year-old entrepreneur said he continues to see opportunities in the local market, but feels that understanding that audience is crucial.
"The local market is underserved," said Vichet, who saw an opportunity to provide content to local millennials, who may not find English content accessible. Khmerload produces its own content, and also outsources content from local newspapers.
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