The e-Portal of the Government yesterday held an online discussion themed ‘Solutions to Increase Digital Payment in Rural, Remote Areas’. The discussion aims at seeking feasible measures to develop mobile money service, which is considered a ‘helping hand’ for banks to serve residents in rural and remote areas, contributing to the digital transformation in the economic field.
Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) yesterday cooperated with Expara – a technology venture fund, University of Sydney (UTS) to hold the conference ‘Promoting the Establishment of Technology Transfer Offices (TTO) in Universities’ for the sake of more effectively commercializing research results.
Witnessing a satisfying increase of 3 positions to 42 out of 129 nations/economies in the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2019 and realizing the importance of innovation to the national development, Vietnam is planning to put more focus on improving this rating via a series of practical activities.
Since its appearance, the digital economy in Vietnam has offered various services to serve people’s needs. Domestic information technology (IT) enterprises, therefore, have excitingly jumped in to use state-of-the-art technologies to create new platforms, utility applications, and services, bringing impressive profits to business owners and the government at the same time.
The conference ‘Innovation, Community, and Impact: Protocol for the Future’ has just been jointly held in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) by the open forum Kambria and Lixibox. It has brought about a comprehensive overview and international collaboration opportunities to the innovative startup community in Vietnam.
The construction of a general hospital with 1,000 beds began in Go Dau district, the southern province of Tay Ninh, on October 10.