More and more technology firms are receiving investment from foreign venture funds, which indicates the maturing of the Vietnamese technology community.
VOV.VN - The Bill on Support for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME) is expected to be approved at the on-going National Assembly.
VOV.VN - Five Vietnamese startups namely Bayo, I Love Asia, Dichung, Chameleon City and Morning Rooms have been selected to the final round of the Mekong Innovative Startup Tourism (MIST) awards.
In a bid to facilitate the development of private startups, the Law on Supporting Small-and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) will offer plenty of incentives ad foster the establishment of private investment funds to provide them with loans.
Foreign investment funds have expressed renewed interested in Vietnamese financial technology startups, despite a series of challenging setbacks that occurred in previous e-commerce deals.
Vietnam Television (VTV) and HCM Communist Youth Union on April 3 announced a new TV programme titled “Startup Nation,” which is expected to promote startups in Vietnam.
The northern province of Vinh Phuc on March 28 called on its youth to join the national startup movement and contribute to promoting socio-economic development.
Although geopolitical risks continue to plague economies, ASEAN countries are still expected to grow thanks to their strong fundamentals and increasing supply of intra-block capital.
A workshop themed “Build-A-Business” was held in Hanoi on February 16, offering an opportunity for female entrepreneurs to learn how to start business and improve the efficiency of their enterprises.
Many young people, including those who’ve studied abroad and returned home to establish their own businesses, shared useful ideas on startups at a conference held last week in HCM City.
The second meeting between Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and the Vietnamese business community is due at the end of March in Hanoi.
As Vietnam ignites the entrepreneurial spirit in its young generation, the country is ushering in a new era of ground-breaking innovations and youthful zeal for business success.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities have promised to provide VND2 billion (US$87,743) worth of financial support for each potential start-up model developed by young entrepreneurs.
VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City has launched a new US$45 million fund to create a start-up ecosystem that aims to provide entrepreneurs the chance to successfully grow their business.
Vietnam has strong potential to raise its startup profile and attract international attention.
Vietnam still lacks a complete ecosystem for startups to develop successfully, analysts say.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has urged ministries and sectors to conduct specific activities to realise Government’s policies of encouraging startups whose development is considered a chance for Vietnam to speed up growth and narrow down development gap with other countries.
With an extensive reform spirit, the Law on Enterprises and the Investment Law, which took effect on July 1, 2015, have breathed new life into the country’s business environment, as seen in the remarkably increase in the number of enterprises and investment.
Vietnamese startups have attracted big infusions of cash and have great potential, but only a few of them have reaped fruit.
Stock prices of many local start-up companies are valued extremely high, far above prices of large-cap shares on the two national stock exchanges, which demonstrates investor confidence in the high-growth potential of the Vietnamese startups.