|At the event (Photo: NDO)
Speaking at the event, Prof. Nguyen Duc Khuong, Chairman of the AVSE Global, said that with a focus on innovation in 2023, the association will work to connect startup projects with partners and investors. Among them, the Hack4Growth initiative will be pushed ahead to attract startup projects and pave the way for many to be implemented in reality as seen so far.
According to him, the association also plans to hold two major events, including the second Vietnam Global Leaders Forum is schedule to take place in Ho Chi Minh City in June to gather Vietnamese talents from around the globe to discuss issues of the country’s concern.
The Vietnam sustainable development forum will be held in Phu Tho province after a three-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on post-pandemic economic recovery, cultural and heritage value promotion, and tourism development, he added.
In addition, nearly 10 workshops on innovation, climate change fight, supply chain, and public policies will be organiszd in various localities nationwide. The AVSE Global will also continue providing development advice to localities, ministries, and sectors while helping them with personnel training.
Speaking at the event, Vietnamese Ambassador to France Dinh Toan Thang applauded the AVSE Global’s projects and said they should be further expanded to contribute more to national development.
The AVSE Global was established in Paris in 2011 with a target of connecting overseas Vietnamese scientists and experts to capitalize on their potential.
With the participation of hundreds of Vietnamese experts and scientists around the world, it has been implementing a number of programs to support Vietnam’s development.
The AVSE Global has set up 11 different networks of Vietnamese intellectuals to carry out those areas of activities./.