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Small and Medium Business Corporation Youth Entrepreneurship Academy Vietnam training group visit Ho Chi Minh

Hosted by: Small and Medium Business Corporation

Performing Support: Bizwell

The Vietnam training program was held from August 28 to 31 at the Youth Entrepreneurship Academy operated by the Small and Medium Business Corporation. 14 students from the 6th grade of the Youth Entrepreneurship Academy of the Small and Medium Business Corporation participated in this training aimed at strengthening the ability to advance into the Southeast Asian market.

He visited the local startup communities Dreamplex and SCJ home shopping studio to broaden his knowledge of the Vietnamese market and start-ups. There was also an opportunity to explore the market potential of Korea. At the meeting, KOCHAM Chairman Han Dong-hee, OKTA Ho Chi Minh Branch Senior Vice President Kim Tae-gon, Small and Medium Business Corporation Ho Chi Minh BI Director Kim Jae-yong, and Law Firm Logos Ho Chi Minh Branch Representative Woong-ryeol Baek participated as invited guests. Representatives, Tae-shik Kim, CEO of Acts One, and Jeong-hwan Jeon, CEO of The Ventures, etc. were in attendance to share useful experiences and practical advice on entering the Vietnamese market, and also had time to interact with local networks. In addition, we had time to visit distribution markets such as DIAMOND PLAZA, VINCOM, and PARKSON for the purpose of local market research. I had a very beneficial time to understand the Vietnamese distribution market by giving a lecture on the subject of this “Status and Prospects of the Vietnamese Distribution Market”.

Kim Seong-jae, deputy director of the Small and Medium Business Corporation, who led the training group, said, “Even though it was a short period of 3 nights and 4 days, I was able to learn a lot about Vietnam through this training. It was also a valuable time for trainees to actively introduce their products and listen to experts’ advice throughout the training period to draw a sketch for future entry into the Vietnamese market.” In addition, Bizwell CEO Cho Hyung-taek, who prepared this event, said that he would continue to conduct various training programs to support Korean SMEs’ entry into the Vietnamese market.