Local startup “Clik” featured in Fintech100’s “Emerging 50”

Cambodia’s local startup “Clik” – a digital payments service aggregator based in Phnom Penh—was featured in the “Emerging 50” section of this year’s Fintech100 for the first time. Fintech100 – a collaborative effort between H2 Ventures and KPMG that analyses the fintech space globally—features both a “Top 50” and an “Emerging 50” with a view to highlighting companies from around the world that are driving disruption within the financial services industry. This isn’t the first time Clik has been recognised for their innovative approach to digital payment services. Just last month the startup was named “Best AI and Machine Learning Startup” at the Asean Rice Bowl Startup Awards. Clik is still awaiting its licence from the National Bank of Cambodia. Despite not yet being a fully-functional company, their reputation precedes them. “Making the 2019 FinTech100 and the Emerging 50 was unexpected,” notes Clik CEO and co-founder Matthew Tippets. Tippets has consistently championed Cambodia’s potential for technological innovation given the country’s relatively young population, many of whom are digital natives. “When we launch next year, we hope to transform payment, contribute positively to the digitalisation of the Cambodian economy, delivering secure, seamless and smart payments at every touch point and transaction,” said Tippetts, who hopes to be at the forefront of Cambodia’s digital revolution. (Source: Khmer Times)


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19th November 2019


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