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Ho Chi Minh City will open 363 training courses on business start-ups and administration at a total cost of 25 billion VND (1.2 million USD) in 2015.
As part of the business training programme approved by the municipal People’s Committee, the courses are designed for managers of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), individuals who intend to start a business, and company leaders with less than three-year experience in the field.
The trainees will receive necessary information on the policies and legal documents of the Party and State regarding business start-ups, strategies and operations. Skills such as personnel management, marketing and accounting will also be covered.
Solutions to saving energy, applying international management systems and measuring the quality of the products and services will also be introduced during the courses.
The classes are also expected to update participants on the latest information about Vietnam’s trade activities and its new export markets.
The city’s administrators have pledged to further improve the investment climate and work alongside local enterprises to overcome hurdles so as the city will continue playing its role as an engine of Vietnam’s growth.