Investing in Vietnam’s Startup Sector: Latest Issue of Vietnam Briefing Magazine
The latest issue of Vietnam Briefing Magazine, titled “Investing in Vietnam’s Startup Sector”, is out now and currently available to subscribers as a complimentary download in the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
- Startup trends in Vietnam
- Key startup sector drivers
- Human resources challenges for startups
The startup industry in Vietnam is experiencing a surge. The country currently boasts an estimated 3,472 startups, with this number steadily increasing due to a youthful and motivated group of entrepreneurs who seem unstoppable.
With the aid of favorable government policies and foreign venture capital, these designers, innovators, and developers are establishing a foundation that may one day become the most robust startup industry in Southeast Asia.
Although billions of dollars have been infused into the sector, these startups require a significant amount of capital. Numerous unfunded opportunities are yet to be explored.
This edition of Vietnam Briefing Magazine delves into the evolution of Vietnam’s startup industry, the drivers of investment, and the personnel-related issues that young startups frequently face in the country.
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