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HCMC promoting innovation in public sector

Ho Chi Minh City is encouraging the implementation of technological-scientific measures in administrating and monitoring community activities, digital transformation in different aspects, and administrative reform, as well as operations in the public sector.

I-Star 2022 welcomes 40 excellent projects into final round

I-Star 2022 welcomes 40 excellent projects into final round

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology has just announced 40 most outstanding projects of the HCMC Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award 2022 (I-Star 2022) that can enter the final round.

Vietnam still enjoys high venture capital

Vietnam still enjoys high venture capital

The National Innovation Center (under the Science and Technology Ministry) and Do Ventures yesterday announced the Report on Innovation and Technology Investment in Vietnam, on the occasion of World Innovation Day (April 21).

Startup businesses are discussing matters at the conference ‘The Path to IPO for Innovative Startups’

Vietnamese startups encouraged to carry out IPO process

Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) and Swiss Entrepreneurship Program Vietnam (Swiss EP) cooperated to organize the conference ‘The Path to IPO for Innovative Startups’, in the framework of ‘The 7th National Festival for Innovative Startups – TechFest 2021’.

Startups sited in SHTP’s Incubation Center (SHTP-IC) are given qualified working space.

HCMC develops criteria set of international standard for startup incubators

Saigon Innovation Hub (SIHUB) under the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology has finished the criteria set of international standard for startup incubator establishment. This is to improve the incubation quality so that more high-value startups can be successfully born in the city in the near future.

Thanks to the modern camera system, HCMC gradually manages the community based on digital platforms. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC speeding up digital transformation

Implementing the national digital transformation program until 2025 approved by the Prime Minister in June 2020, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is boosting current related activities in hope of forming digital businesses that possess globally competitive capacity and develop the city economically.