Author: DNT

The working session took place on the morning of May 25th in Ho Chi Minh City, aiming to create opportunities for member businesses of the two organizations to explore cooperation and investment opportunities, while promoting cooperation between the two organizations in the new phase. VYEA Communications & TTC Group Communications Department

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The working session took place on the morning of May 25th in Ho Chi Minh City. Mr. Dang Hong Anh, President of Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA), along with Vice Presidents: Mr. Phan Thanh Thien, Ms. Luu Thi Thanh Mau, Mr. Hoang Cong Doan, and Mr. Do Huu Huynh, as well as members of the VYEA Central Committee, and several member businesses attended the meeting. On the Chinese side, Mr. Zheng Xiaocheng, President of the Yunnan Young Entrepreneurs Chamber of Commerce, led a delegation of representatives from member businesses. During the session, both sides exchanged and shared information about…

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This was agreed upon during a working session between the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Football Club and the Binh Dinh Young Entrepreneurs Association on May 18th in Quy Nhon City. The meeting was attended and chaired by members of the Central Executive Committee: Mr. Phan Dinh Canh, President of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Football Club; Mr. Vu Hong Quan, President of the Binh Dinh Young Entrepreneurs Association. Also present at the meeting were members of the Executive Committee of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Football Club and the Executive Board of the Binh Dinh Young Entrepreneurs Association. At the…

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On May 20th, Mr. Dang Hong Anh, President of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association, on behalf of the Standing Committee of the Central Committee of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA), sent a letter of gratitude to the Members of the Central Committee, Provincial and Municipal Young Entrepreneurs Associations, and affiliated units for their solidarity and support in assisting people in the Southwest region to cope with drought and saltwater intrusion. The full text of the letter is as follows: Dear: Members of the VYEA Central Committee; Provincial and Municipal Young Entrepreneurs Associations; Affiliated units. Faced with the…

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Recently, Delegation No. 13, organized by the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) Central Committee, the Viet Nam Youth Union Central Committee, in collaboration with the Navy, conducted the “Youth for the Homeland’s Sea and Islands” journey with the theme “I Love My Country”. The journey aimed to visit and encourage officials, soldiers, and people in Truong Sa island district. The Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) actively participated in the activities within the framework of the journey. The delegation was led by Rear Admiral Pham Van Quang, Deputy Political Commissar of the Navy. The deputy heads of the…

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On the afternoon of May 14th, in Hanoi, the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) and Intech Viet Nam Green Energy Development Joint Stock Company (Intech Energy) signed a cooperation agreement for 2024 regarding the sponsorship of solar power systems for schools in disadvantaged highland areas. The signing ceremony was attended by Mr. Nguyen Doan Thang, Vice President and Secretary-General of VYEA; Mr. Hoang Huu Thang, Vice President of VYEA’s Investment and Startup Club and Chairman of Intech Energy’s Board of Directors; along with representatives from relevant units. According to the cooperation agreement, with the desire to promote green energy…

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As part of the Central Committee of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union’s program to support people and young people in the Mekong Delta provinces affected by drought and salinity, the Central Committee of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA) has donated 5,000 water bottles and 30 water tanks to the people of Ben Tre, Long An, Ca Mau, Tien Giang, and Vinh Long provinces. Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs’ Association accompanies and supports people in the Mekong Delta provinces facing difficulties due to drought and saltwater intrusion From May 4th to 15th, the VYEA organized the distribution of…

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On the morning of May 15th in Hanoi, Mr. Nguyen Doan Thang, Vice President – General Secretary of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA), along with a delegation, visited the Central Council of Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneers’ Organization to extend congratulations on the 83rd anniversary of the establishment of the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneers’ Organization (May 15th, 1941 – May 15th, 2024). On behalf of the VYEA, Mr. Nguyen Doan Thang conveyed his warmest wishes to the leaders, team members, and children across the country, wishing the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneers’ Organization continued growth and success.…

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The 5th Congress of the Ha Nam Young Business Association for the term 2024-2029 was solemnly held in Ha Nam province on the morning of May 11. Mr. Hoang Binh Quan, former member of the CPV Central Committee, former Head of the CƠV Central Committee’s Foreign Relations Department, Honorary President of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA); Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Luong, Permanent Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU), President of the Viet Nam Youth Union attended the Congress. Attending and directing the Congress, on behalf of the VYEA, there were Mr. Dang Hong Anh, Vice…

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The working session took place on the afternoon of May 8th in Nam Dinh province, aiming to promote the strengthening of the organization and activities of the Nam Dinh Young Entrepreneurs’ Association in the new period, to develop commensurate with the province’s potential and advantages, and in line with the expectations of the Viet Nam Young Entrepreneurs’ Association (VYEA) and Nam Dinh province. Mr. Hoang Binh Quan, former member of the CPV Central Committee, former Head of the Central External Relations Commission, Honorary President of the VYEA; Mr. Nguyen Doan Thang, Member of the Presidium of the Central Executive Committee…

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