The two-day Vietnam Start-up Day opens in HCM City on Friday with nearly 200 start-ups from 12 countries and territories taking part.
Robot3T Group of HCM City designs and builds cost-effective robotics and automation products and solutions to meet small and medium-sized enterprises’ emerging needs for smart manufacturing systems.
Large companies and start-ups need to collaborate and grow together, delegates told the Việt Nam Young Leaders Forum in HCM City yesterday.
Eleven individuals and businesses were yesterday conferred the 2018 I-Star Award and a cash prize of VNĐ50 million (US$2,140) for their creativity, innovation and services rendered to the community.
Vietnamese and foreign businesses and individuals running more than 200 start-up models will present their innovative products and services at the 2018 Start-up Day between August 24 and 25 in HCM City.
The fourth Start-up Project Competition was launched in HCM City yesterday.