Seminar talks Vietnam business development in Sydney

22-Oct-2019 Intellasia | VNA | 6:02 AM Print This Post

The Vietnamese Entrepreneurs Association in Sydney (VEAS) held a seminar on start-ups, governance and business development in Sydney on October 19.

Speaking at the annual event, Chair of the Black Sheep Capital one of the leading investment funds of Australia, Dan Gavel, said he has seen many potentials from the Vietnamese market, especially in logistics and technology.

He also advised firms to firmly grasp risk governance skills to secure success.

VEAS Chair Nguyen Ba Luan expressed his wish that the event would help connect Vietnamese enterprises in Sydney with Sydney counterparts that want to invest in Vietnam.

He also announced the signing of a cooperation agreement between the VEAS and the Hanoi Young Business Association with an aim to jointly holding events, admitting more members and developing business operations for Vietnamese enterprises in both countries.

Founded in February 2018, the VEAS looks to uphold the ability of Vietnamese firms in Sydney, contributing to the economic partnership between Vietnam and Australia.


Category: Business, Vietnam

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