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HCM City (VNA) – Representatives from businesses and universities of the Republic of Korea introduced cutting-edge technologies in various fields at a B2B matching programme in Ho Chi Minh City on June 26.

The programme was jointly held by the Saigon Innovation Hub (Sihub), the Busan United Management of Technology Centre and the overseas Korean business association. It aims to connect Vietnamese businesses with RoK firms and universities in terms of technical transfer and supply-demand connectivity.

One of the spotlights of the programme is the B2B Match event, which featured more than 50 meetings between Vietnamese and RoK enterprises who came to seek business opportunities.

Huynh Kim Tuoc, Sihub CEO, described the RoK as an important partner among 100 partner countries of Sihub as the RoK is one of the leading nations in applying technologies in innovations.

Within the framework of the programme, Sihub signed a cooperation agreement on technological development with the Busan United Management of Technology Centre. The agreement is expected to create a commercial bridge between Vietnamese and RoK firms.

The event forms part of Sihub’s cooperation activities with RoK partners, aiming to expand its reach globally in 2020.

So far Sihub has inked cooperation agreements with many RoK partners, including Shinhan Futures’ Lab and the overseas Korean business association.-VNA