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Da Nang kicks off Israel-backed startup course for local entrepreneurs

Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 18:07 GMT+7

A course has been launched in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang to provide local entrepreneurs a better understanding on incubator and startup.

The course, jointly organized by the Da Nang Startup Network Coordinating Council and the Embassy of Israel in Vietnam, was kicked off on Monday.

With guest speakers from the Israeli Agency for International Development Cooperation and the MASHAV Carmel Training Center (MCTC), it focuses on such topics as business model development, the spirit of innovation, and a number of management approaches to accelerate innovation.

According to Lee Singer, deputy Israeli Ambassador to Vietnam, this is the first-ever course on startup organized by Israeli experts in the Southeast Asian country.

The course is expected to be held in other major cities, with the aim of helping young entrepreneurs to have a better understanding on startup and human resources development, she said.

“We hope to contribute to the formation of the startup ecosystem in Da Nang,” she added.

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