|Vietnam News Agency’s Television Centre (Vnews) and the Việt Nam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises introduce a new programme to support small businesses at a ceremony on Saturday. — VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI — Vietnam News Agency’s Television Centre (Vnews), in collaboration with the Việt Nam Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (VINASME), introduced a new programme to support small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) at a ceremony on Saturday.
With the first edition airing on March 24, Doanh nghiệp Ngày nay (Today’s Enterprise) will broadcast at 10:15 every Sunday morning and replayed at 10:15am on Wednesdays on the Vnews channel.
The 15-minute programme includes two parts. Business dialogue will focus on various subjects such as business laws and regulations, community enterprises and integration and development. The second part, Light up dreams, will promote corporate social responsibility and will be a bridge for businesses to contribute to the community.
Speaking at the event, Director of Vnews Nguyễn Thiện Thuật said the programme aimed to meet the demand of policy exchange and consultation for SMEs in Việt Nam.
“The programme will be a bridge between VINASME and SMEs that introduces innovative models and new start-ups and helps to multiply success models and criticise bad businesses in an effort to improve the business environment and strengthen competitiveness ability for SMEs in Việt Nam,” said Thuật.
VINASME Standing Vice President Tô Hoài Nam said the programme was an important source of information to help businesses promote production and give management authorities more information about businesses and hot issues to better perform State management and operation tasks. — VNS