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Hà Nội innovative business incubator becomes operational

Update: January, 10/2017 - 22:00
The Hà Nội innovative business incubator of information technology and Microsoft Việt Nam sign strategic co-operation to support start-ups. — Photo courtesy of Microsoft Việt Nam
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — The Hà Nội innovative business incubator of information technology (HBI-IT) was put into use on Monday on 185 Giảng Võ Street. 

It is designed to have an open space with a working area, a conference, an exhibition area and a place for community activities. 

This is the first incubator in the information technology field set up by the municipal People’s Committee and managed by the city’s Department of Information and Communications. 

The well-equipped incubator will gather accomplished IT entrepreneurs and experts who assist startups in running their businesses. 

The launch of the incubator reflects the municipal authorities’ determination to build a startup ecosystem and support local startup businesses towards making Hà Nội an innovative startup capital, Vũ Tấn Cương, director of the municipal information technology and communications trading centre, said.

On the occasion, several prestigious partners signed cooperation agreements with the incubator’s management board, including Microsoft Việt Nam, Hà Nội Telecom and CMC Telecom. 

According to the strategic cooperation agreement between HBI-IT and Microsoft Việt Nam, Microsoft will provide support in terms of technology and technical solutions to startups participating in HBI-IT’s training programmes.

The two sides will also provide consultancy and coaching to potential projects and assist in their commercialisation.

“Microsoft worldwide and Việt Nam have committed to support governments and organisations to help people access knowledge and digital resources to contribute to sustainable development. The signing would help startups under HBI-IT develop better operations and stronger connections for a stable startup ecosystem,” Vũ Minh Trí, general director of Microsoft Việt Nam, said. — VNS

 

 

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