ThinkZone and the National Innovation Center discussed on venture capital investment policies in Vietnam

On October 13, chaired by the National Innovation Center (NIC), ThinkZone had a discussion on venture capital investment policies with senior representatives of NIC and many partners including Deloitte Vietnam, Duane Morris LLP, Indochine Counsel and SWISS EP Vietnam.

 

The discussion revolved around the difficulties that startups and VCs are facing in the process of fundraising and investing, thereby proposing to change mechanisms and policies to better fit the reality. The content of the discussion focused on 3 main points:


➤ Mechanism for domestic and foreign funds to invest in Vietnamese startups: Mechanisms for domestic funds to invest easily when Vietnamese startups establish legal entities abroad, policies to encourage foreign investors accelerate capital disbursement to startups with legal entities in Vietnam, reduce the time to apply for related investment licenses,...

➤ Unlocking the state capital to invest in innovative startups.

➤ Incentives on policies and taxes for venture capital activities in Vietnam.

This is the first meeting in a series of related discussions to bring the collective voice of the startup and investor community to policy-makers, thereby adjusting the policies to better fit with startups and investors' demands.The participating partners will also jointly propose not only policies related to investment in startups but also other policies to improve and further promote the innovative startup ecosystem in Vietnam.

ThinkZone is honored to be one of the partners participating in this meaningful activity.