Great things happen when different industries and ideas collide, which is why we house a diverse community of professionals, creatives and entrepreneurs at our project.
 

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Retail

The ground floor offers a curated selection of independent retail outlets, for everything you need at the office. The project works closely with the outlets to tailor their products and services, featuring several new enterprises run by young Khmer entrepreneurs.

Brown Coffee and Bakery - heralded local coffee pioneers and home-made pastries.
Poise Mera - floral designs and lifestyle products.
The Nail Shop - beauty and nail art specialists.
Help+ Pharmacy - personal care products and certified medications, open late.
Village Roast Duck - infamous Hong Kong-style duck and Cantonese casual dining.
Bloom Cakes - stunning celebration cakes for birthdays, wedding and parties.
La Familia - the finest craft spirits and after-work cocktails.

 

OFFICE

Across the office floors, The Core workspace houses a number of organisations diverse in size and by sector - from consumer goods to professional services to creative industries and more.

These include large multi-nationals such as Microsoft and Havas Group, local corps like ISI Group of Companies, emerging local enterprises LC Insurance Services and HKA (Hok Kang Architects), and non-profit organisations such as Teach for Cambodia and HFCA (Happy Football Cambodia Australia).

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EVENT PARTNERS

The rooftop floor houses the Canopy (indoor event space) and the Crown (outdoor rooftop terrace), which accommodate a spectrum of event setups from conference-style workshops to networking events, from workouts and fitness to cocktails or parties. 

A wide range of organisations have hosted events at the Canopy and Crown across technology, entrepreneurship, education, and the arts. These include development partners such as The British Embassy, Global Shapers Community and UNDP, leading telco Smart Axiata, media companies Sabay and e27, public institutions such as the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports, and many more.