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Wing and Techo Startup Center partner up to support Kingdom’s tech innovators

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Wing and Techo Startup Center partner up to support Kingdom’s tech innovators

Wing's latest technology is supporting members of the Techo Startup Center as they help the next generation build Cambodia's digital economy.

Wing (Cambodia) Limited Specialised Bank and the Techo Startup Center are working together to foster the growth of startups and small and medium-sized enterprises in the Kingdom.

The Techo Startup Center was founded in April 2018 with the goal of helping the country develop a full-fledged digital economy.

Now, with this tech-driven partnership with Wing, the Techo Startup Center and its members can use the cutting-edge digital payment platform to find new opportunities for innovation.

“This partnership reflects our commitment to developing a digital payment foundation for the advancement of Cambodia’s digital startups,” said Dr Nguonly Taing, the executive director of the Techo Startup Center.

“Our startup members will also be able to connect and learn from an innovative company such as Wing and reap the benefits of their technical expertise and advice, as well as have access to the digital payment solutions of Wing.”

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The Techo Startup Center was launched to support entrepreneurs and build on official plans to transform and diversify the economy.

Designed to form a bridge between entrepreneurs and other relevant stakeholders, the centre is geared towards providing its members with the tools needed to help the Kingdom adapt to new technological trends and access innovation.

“We are delighted that we can use our know-how and our products to support the Techo Startup Center in its vision of nurturing startups to grow into successful businesses,” said Manu Rajan, the CEO of Wing.

“We hope that through this partnership Wing will be able to do more to help Cambodian tech entrepreneurs adapt to the Industry 4.0 revolution.”

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Wing and the Techo Startup Center have shared the common goal of using the latest technology to advance Cambodia’s economy and improve the daily lives of its people.

Wing is renowned for its ubiquitous network of more than 7,500 Wing Cash Xpress agents across the country, as well as for the Wing Money App – a digital mobile payment app with multiple features relevant to everyone’s day-to-day living.

Meanwhile, the Techo Startup Center provides acceleration and mentoring services, all of which are structured with startups and small and medium-sized enterprises in mind.

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