The Hanoitimes - The biggest-ever event is expected to bring foreign investors to Vietnam and innovate sustainability for Vietnamese startup ecosystems. The Hanoi Innovation Summit is a brand new international event held for the first time in Hanoi, attracting more than 100 international speakers, hundreds of domestic and foreign innovators, investors and startups, and more than 3,000 attendees. Hanoi Innovation Summit - the biggest-ever event attracting global innovators and investors to Vietnam. Photo: HIS Taking place on August 29-30, the summit is co-created by two France-based companies Schoolab and Startup Sesame, and is co-hosted by the Hanoi People’s Committee and the Ministry of Planning and Investment. Major tech players attending Hanoi Innovation Summit (HIS) include AWS, Microsoft, IBM, TechCrunch, NBC News, Golden Gate Venture, Click Ventures, among others. Experts are those from Finnish ecological champion Nordic 247 to South-Korean-based … [Read more...] about How big is Hanoi Innovation Summit?
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Australian experts support Vietnamese new-graduate speech therapistsThe Saigon Times Daily Speech therapy expert Lorie Koll from Trinh Foundation Australia supports her mentee Hoang Thi Van Anh at the Lotus Therapy Center in Hue City during a speech therapy session with a client - PHOTO: COURTESY OF TRINH FOUNDATION AUSTRALIA HCMC - New-graduate speech therapists in Vietnam are now able to meet their professional development goals thanks to their engagement with the Beyond Borders Mentoring Program, developed and coordinated by Australian speech pathology advisor Sarah Day in collaboration with her Australian partner organization Trinh Foundation Australia (TFA). Nearly 30 Vietnamese speech therapists have been matched with 21 experienced mentors from Australia and across the world in an endeavor to support these motivated new-graduate health professionals to continue to improve their clinical and professional skills after graduation. Each mentoring partnership was supported … [Read more...] about Australian experts support Vietnamese new-graduate speech therapists