innovative start-up ecosystem

Startup forecast to continue sucking in US$2 billion in 2022

Startup forecast to continue sucking in US$2 billion in 2022

Through the first months of 2022, thanks to the efforts and creativity of start-ups as well as timely support from the Government, the innovative start-up ecosystem in the country has made impressive recovery steps after the Covid-19 pandemic. It is forecast that investment funds will continue to pour capital into Vietnamese startups, and may reach an impressive level of more than US$2 billion in 2022.
HCMC takes many measures to energize businesses

HCMC takes many measures to energize businesses

According to Mr. Dao Minh Chanh, Deputy Director of the Department of Planning and Investment of Ho Chi Minh City, the city has been implementing a series of solutions to remove obstacles and difficulties and energize businesses to rise.
The NATIF should supplement regulations stipulating that start-ups could be eligible to receive the fund's support, and submit to the Government for promulgation in 2019. — Photo

Financial mechanisms urged to support start-ups

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked for financial mechanisms to be built to attract investment into start-ups and innovation activities from both the country’s inside and outside resources.
Many innovative start-up booths are introduced at Techfest Vietnam 2018

Techfest Vietnam 2018 wraps up in Danang

This year’s techfest aims to promote the connection between five locations including Quy Nhon, HCMC, An Giang, Hue, Nghe An and encourage the young to start up businesses.
A corner of the southern economic hub of Ho Chi Minh City (Photo H.Huynh)

Private economy thrives in southern localities

The increasing number of newly-established firms in the southern region in recent years has demonstrated their stronger confidence in Party and State policies designed to support the development of the private economy.