An incubator of human capital.

HQ Location: Cambodia

At the vanguard of the ‘impact’ outsourcing movement, Digital Divide Data successfully straddles the boundary between business and NGO while providing a proven model for future innovation. Founded by Jeremy Hockenstein in Phnom Penh in 2001, the organization provides disadvantaged youth in Cambodia, Laos and Kenya with the education and training necessary to deliver competitively priced technology services to a range of global clients. With revenues reinvested back into the enterprise as a means to fund continued expansion, Digital Divide Data can point to concrete impact on the lives of its ‘graduates,’ who go on to earn more than four times the average regional wage.

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