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VNG invests $22.5 million in Funding Societies

VNG has invested $22.5 million in Funding Societies (operating under the name Modalku in Indonesia), the largest digital funding platform for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Southeast Asia.

Why do Vietnam’s live digital platforms fail in the home market?

From Umbala to 360Live, Vietnam’s technology platforms have failed to compete with foreign rivals such as Tik Tok and Bigo Live.

Finance Ministry to tighten control of cross-border retail activities

As online commerce has boomed, agencies fear that it will be difficult to prevent banned goods, goods restricted for import and export, and origin fraud.

When will the second unicorn startup appear in Vietnam?

The startup ecosystem has been developing very strongly over the last 15 years, but no other unicorn startup has appeared, except VNG, which was valued at $1 billion in 2014.

eSports: the multi-billion dollar game

Game distributors in Vietnam are focusing on eSports, which has had impressive growth rates in both players and viewers in the country.

Regulator seeks to revoke Zalo’s domains

The HCMC Department of Information and Communications has asked the competent agencies to revoke the domains of and, a Vietnamese-made messaging app, due to its unlicensed social network operations.


Vietnam tightens control over YouTube’s ads

The targeted companies include Samsung Vietnam, Grab, Sun Group, Yamaha, Shopee, VNG, Huawei Vietnam, among others.


Growth rate in internet services to soar

The high rate of technology adoption in Vietnam presents vast opportunities for growth, according to Le Hong Minh, co-founder, chairman and CEO of technology company VNG Corporation.

How much is VNG, Vietnam’s ‘big tech guy’?

 VNG, the Vietnamese technology firm specializing in digital content, online entertainment, social working and e-commerce, now has a valuation of $2.77 billion.


Vietnamese youth pursue startup ideas in digital technology

VietNamNet Bridge - Analysts say the ‘entrepreneurial movement’ consists of many investors who just follow the crowds to set up businesses, but have little understanding of what they need to do. 

The most impressive events in the startup community in 2017

The year 2017 continued seeing the strong rise of startups, which have been catching more attention from domestic and foreign investors.

Legal barriers hinder businesses from entering foreign bourses

VietNamNet Bridge - To fulfill the dream of listing shares on foreign bourses, businesses have to overcome many barriers.

Will VNG list shares on Nasdaq?

VietNamNet Bridge - Cavico had to delist 10 years ago, an indication that it can be difficult for companies to enter foreign bourses.

Vietnamese businesses capable of listing on leading stock markets

VietNamNet Bridge - The requirements set by the world’s leading stock markets can be met by many Vietnamese businesses, experts say.

Live streaming: the race for market share in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - The live streaming market has become competitive with the presence of many platforms and apps on mobile phones provided by international players and domestic firms.

VN's internet company valued at US$1 billion

 VietNamNet Bridge – Total turnover of Vietnam’s internet economy’s is scheduled to soar to VND100 trillion by 2018 from the VND20.4 trillion in 2013.

It’s time for e-learning to boom in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – E-learning, with its high usability and interaction level, has become more and more popular in Vietnam. The market is expected to witness a boom once more big e-learning app developers jump into it.