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A project involving a unibody carbon fiber bicycle 3D printed with industrial-grade carbon fiber, developed by Le Diep Kieu Trang, former CEO of Facebook Vietnam, and her husband has stopped operation.
AI (Artificial Intelligence) in Vietnam is becoming increasingly popular.
According to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MST), together with Singapore and Indonesia, Vietnam has affirmed its position as part of the ‘golden startup triangle’ in Southeast Asia.
In January-September 2022, investment in technology in Vietnam decreased slightly compared with 2021, which was in line with the trend in the global venture capital market.
A startup festival (Techfest) for the south-central and Central Highlands regions will take place in Khanh Hoa province on August 19-20, heard a press conference in Nha Trang city on August 16.
The startup AirCity wants to digitize the leasing of 100,000 buildings and apartments in Southeast Asian cities after it reaches success in Vietnam.
The next unicorn technology startups in Asia Pacific may come from Vietnam, as the foundation for a solid ecosystem to support these businesses is underway, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Calling itself a technology firm, iMotorbike has been rejected by the investors on the Shark Tank TV Show because of the technology content in its products.
E-commerce accounts for less than 5% of retail in Vietnam, meanwhile, it is one-third in China. That means the country's growth potential is huge.
IoT Dai Viet, a technology startup, has left a big impression on the Shark Tank TV Show.
Vietnam has one of the newest and most dynamic start-up scenes in Asia, and it has emerged as a hub for start-ups, according to the recently released Emerging Giants in Asia Pacific report.
Having been operational for two years, Velaboost has developed 29 types of products and sold 24,500 tech accessories.
Though selling eggs at VND8,000 each, the founder of the startup says the eggs are not expensive and that he is not afraid of competition with big businesses.
Owning many cosmetic products made in Vietnam and showing impressive sales achievements, Nerman has successfully persuaded ‘sharks’ to invest in it.
IMWI was once offered investment capital of $300,000 in exchange for 5 percent of shares, plus a promise to help obtain the right to settle down in the US, but it decided to stay in Vietnam to manufacture robotic arms.
Poriverse, a Vietnam metaverse game startup, has announced the establishment of a strategic partnership with a branch of Polygon (MATIC), one of the world's leading Blockchain platforms.
OpenCommerce Group (OCG) is one of a few Vietnam startups with products that are competitive with those of rivals in the cross-border e-commerce sector.