Five Māori entrepreneurs visited Vietnam recently to learn about the country’s rapidly growing tech scene, make industry connections and explore opportunities.
Five social entrepreneurs from New Zealand and Southeast Asia met in Vietnam recently to learn about the social enterprise scene there, meet key industry leaders and explore business opportunities.
OPINION: Reporting from Vietnam has made RNZ Checkpoint producer Zac Fleming realise we must fight to keep media freedoms.
Entrepreneur Kaye-Maree Dunn is looking to connect with a Vietnamese research and development company to help develop an online tool to assist Māori investigate their geneology.
Having spent time in Thailand the previous year, Ethan Laby arrived in Vietnam confident he knew what to expect. However, it wasn't long before he realised Vietnam was a whole new kettle of fish...
In 1980, aged three years old, Nhu Bich (Nikki) Chung arrived in New Zealand as a refugee with her mother and father after a perilous journey from Vietnam.
A new report from the Foundation — Viet Nam and New Zealand: Let’s go! — tells the story of the country’s dynamic relationship with New Zealand.
Vietnam is quickly gaining a reputation for its entrepreneurial spirit – and five Māori entrepreneurs will get the chance to experience the country’s tech-hungry culture on a visit in November.
New Zealand and Vietnam, as champions of the rules-based trading system, have to be more active and united in their efforts to defend it at a time when its survival is increasingly called into questio
New Zealand tech entrepreneurs will experience Vietnam’s burgeoning tech industry on an Asia New Zealand Foundation visit.
A new report from the Asia New Zealand Foundation — Viet Nam and New Zealand: Let’s go! — tells the story of the country’s dynamic relationship with New Zealand.
Michael Watson is the co-founder and managing director of StudySpy, a social enterprise with the mission of enabling access to education. He recently joined four other New Zealand social entrepreneurs