Vietnamese and Australian firms seek tech and business partnerships



Vietnamese and Australian companies recently sought partnership opportunities in technology and business at a forum co-hosted in Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST), Saigon Innovation Hub, Department Australian Foreign Affairs and Trade and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

The event aimed to help business communities from both sides to cooperate in the transfer of solutions and technologies in the fields of clean energy, high-tech agriculture and digital transformation.

Australia is willing to invite Vietnamese companies to the country to explore new clean energy opportunities as well as opportunities to collaborate with Australian partners in technology transfer, the Australian Consul General told HCM , Sarah Hooper, quoted by a press agency.

Vietnamese and Australian companies recently sought partnership opportunities in technology and trade at a forum jointly organized in Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST), Saigon Innovation Hub, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Citing a survey of technological renovation demands in Vietnam’s industrial sector, Professor Eryk Dutkiewicz of the University of Technology Sydney said that most companies in the Vietnam wants to explore and access new technologies to increase productivity and engage deeper in the global supply chain, providing products and services with higher economic value.

However, he said, businesses need additional support during the process of accessing advanced information and technologies.

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