Kimberley Ho is building a skincare company that she hopes will someday be just as ubiquitous as Johnson & Johnson. To do so, she's thinking long term. Ask the CEO what her primary goal for her organic, family-focused skincare line is, and she'll answer without skipping a beat, "To be here in 100 years."
Hanoi, Vietnam - Viettel Group and Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communications has launched the call for applications for Viet Solutions 2020 - an international competition to find products/solutions to accelerate the digital transformation progress. The competition is open to individuals/teams globally and has an application deadline of Friday 25 September 2020.
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It doesn’t matter what you are doing and when. Driving your motorbike, struggling to sleep at 3 a.m, or cooking in your kitchen, there is always this “Eureka!” moment. The instant that it struck you, you are so convinced that you have just come up with a great business idea, not to mention one of the best.
Like many other Asian countries, Vietnam is racing its regional counterparts to spur economic innovation with artificial intelligence (AI). Experts say voice recognition technology, AI, blockchain and big data will be major trends in 2020.
The contest was honored by the Cambodian Deputy Minister of Information and Communications as a jury along with the top CEOs and founders of StartUp such as Mr. Michael McCarthy, lecturer of Harvard Extension, Mr. Gene Soo – co-founder of StartupsHK, Shark Nguyen Manh Dung – CEO of Cyber Agent Fund in Vietnam and Thailand.