Startups stand to benefit from an environment of the lower doing-business cost during the Covid-19 crisis, including cheap rental and access to talent at lower hiring costs.
Launching a business accelerator programme at this point in time seems to be the right move for FE Credit as it seeks to reach deeper into remote and far away areas in Vietnam. How talented fintechs can help the consumer finance company elevate further is now explained by Basker Rangachari, Chief Marketing Officer of FE Credit.
Being the first media company in Vietnam to be listed on the stock exchange, Yeah1 has made the largest successful divestment deal ever when VinaCapital got the return up to $127 million from its only $3 million investment in Yeah1.
This is one of the largest investments ever in educational technology in Southeast Asia.
Vietnamese startup travel company Ecohost beat 110 competitors to take second prize in the 2018 Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism challenge.
Doubts over valuation of the Vietnamese online travel app Vntrip.vn raise after it has announced to successfully raise funding from Switzerland-based IHAG Holding in a round that sees its valuation rise to $45 million.
The process of Finland to become the world's fourth most innovative economy and Europe's startup center has offered precious lessons for countries wishing to build a startup ecosystem like Vietnam.
The number of startups invested doubled after one year, reaching 92 enterprises.
Destination Mekong and the Mekong Business Initiative (MBI) announced their 2018 Mekong Innovative Startups in Tourism (MIST) business support programs are now open for applications.
According to Ph.D Le Dang Doanh, Vietnam needs a strong institutional change and supports for creative startups or it would lose a lot of resources.
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