10:41 | 27/04/2017 Economy- Society
The Vietnamese Business Association of Australia (VBAA) recently held a ceremony to launch a young entrepreneur and start-up club in Melbourne city.
|VBAA President Tran Ba Phuc speaks at the event (Source: VNA)|
This is the first club established by the VBAA to connect Vietnamese youths who are interested in business in Australia.
The 25-member club will act as a bridge linking young entrepreneurs in Vietnam and Australia so they can support each other in their business activities.
VBAA President Tran Ba Phuc stressed the importance of the club in supporting young entrepreneurs and awakening the start-up spirit of graduates.
Young entrepreneurs are a key force in achieving economic development goals between Australia and Vietnam, he said, adding that VBAA will work to help them.