The Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs’ Association (VYEA) needs to uphold the strength of young human resources, helping them take vocational training and seek stable jobs.
Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc made the statement at the fourth National Congress of VYEA that closed in Hanoi on Dec. 27 after two working days.
Phuc said that under the leadership of the Party and strong management of the Government, the country has strived to overcome challenges and obtained recognisable achievements, with a partial contribution by the community of domestic entrepreneurs, including young Vietnamese.
He said he hopes young entrepreneurs will ceaselessly improve knowledge, leadership and business administration skills, as well as apply technological advances and information technology to production and business management.
Young entrepreneurs need to hold responsibilities for society and continue to pay attention to establishing, strengthening and building trade unions and associations within businesses, Phuc said.
At the event, Mai Huu Tin, VYEA Deputy Chairman was elected Chairman of the association for the fourth term.
In the next three years, VYEA will focus on carrying out three programmes entitled, “Young entrepreneurs start a career, develop the country”, “Building corporate cultural and social responsibilities” and “Building a strong VYEA”./.