First Vietnamese Young Entrepreneur Club launched in Australia

The Vietnamese Businessmen Association in Australia (VBAA) has launched a club of young entrepreneurs and start-up businesses in Melbourne, Australia.

Mr. Tran Ba Phuc speaking at the launching ceremony (Photo: VNA)

Mr. Tran Ba Phuc speaking at the launching ceremony (Photo: VNA)

This is the first and only young entrepreneur club established by VBAA to connect Vietnamese young people living and working in Australia. Through exchanges, sharing and studying, members of the club will find partners to together develop in Australia, as well as Vietnam.

At the event, Tran Ba Phuc, Chairman of VBAA, introduced successful young entrepreneurs in Australia, and underlined the importance of launching the club to help connect and support the production and strength of young businesses.

He also affirmed young businesses and entrepreneurs were important forces in implementing economic development targets and trade exchanges between Australia and Vietnam.

He hoped young entrepreneurs would continue to uphold the national spirit, connect and share information with each other. VBAA will strive to create the best conditions in foreign affairs, and offer policy consulting as well as support programs to encourage young entrepreneurs to develop in Australia and Vietnam.

Mr. Thang Do, Director of Nguyen Do Lawyer Company and Head of the club, set the target and development orientation of the club, as well as organizing programs to exchange experiences, providing information on economic policies for business members, and connect young businesses in and out Australia.

The club has 25 members, who are business owners, managers of companies and young people.

They are mainly working in fields of law, accounting, import-export, cargo transportation, restaurant business, coffee shop and event organization./.


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