IPP Innovation Accelerator Program Activities
The accelerator provides training, mentorship, network access and funding for innovation teams.
The program offers both standardized and tailored curriculum training to meet the capacity building needs of the selected teams. Training is delivered by international and local trainers and domain experts. The accelerator training schedule will be developed and outlined in detail below. Information on various accelerator business events will be updated regularly.
Accelerator Standardized Curriculum Training
Accelerator Tailored Curriculum Workshops
The Training of Trainers Program
Prior to the launch of the Innovation Accelerator, the IPP runs a Training of Trainers (ToT) course to coach 12 future Vietnamese Innovation Champions. After completion of the two-month course, these individuals will coach teams in the Innovation Accelerator and later move on to promote and scale innovative and entrepreneurial thinking and education in Vietnam. The comprehensive training curriculum is developed and delivered by international trainers and curriculum designers with support from local facilitators.
In 2015, the IPP is developing a curriculum focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship, which can be taken to use by universities, training institutions and other interested parties in Vietnam. The curriculum covers essential aspects of generating and supporting successful growth companies. The curriculum material focuses on practical tools, skills and techniques which can be applied in many types of I&E training programs and courses. The material is being tested throughout 2015 in the Training of Trainers Program and the Innovation Accelerator. The open-source curriculum is now available online to serve as a resource for the entrepreneur and training community in Vietnam.
Coaches - Innovation Champions
The first ToT Program batch of 12 future Vietnamese Innovation Champions come from backgrounds in both the public and private sectors with a variety of international experience. These individuals will be trained through the IPP Innovation Curriculum during an intensive two-month course. After the course, they will become Coaches in the Innovation Accelerator working on a weekly basis with the innovation teams to help solve their challenges.
Nguyen Dang Tuan Minh
Lecturer, International School – Vietnam National University; Consultant, GreenM Digital Enterprise Consulting Group
Graduate from digital enterprise management program with international business background; eight years of experience in business startups, business development, marketing, consultancy and training of digital enterprise management; higher education, research of e-business, e-government, innovation and Vietnam foreign economy. Minh has worked with students on different social enterprises and aims for the comprehensive development of Vietnamese youth. Her latest Vietnam Youth Development is focused on preparing young Vietnamese leaders to be able to better compete in a global context.
Nguyen Giao Hoa
Consultant and Researcher
Hoa’s background is in chemical engineering. He is a proud fellow of the Vietnam Education Foundation which generously funded his Ph.D. training in the US where he focused on using computational techniques to explore novel properties of zeolites. After his training abroad, Hoa worked for a few universities before moving to the private sector.
His current interests are manufacturing, computational engineering, and education. Hoa participated in consultant projects for factories in Southern Vietnam and educational projects for technical institutions of the country. He also led research projects for vocational education training innovation. Hoa is an avid reader and a formidable tennis player.
Truong Thanh Hung
Co-Founder and Deputy Director, Centre for Sustainable Production and Consumption
Hung has almost fifteen years’ of work experience in both development and business fields. As a senior practitioner and consultant with great concern for the development issues in Vietnam, he has worked for several donor-funded development projects related to capacity building and start-up entrepreneurship development.
Hung is now a co-founder and a Deputy Director of the Centre for Sustainable Production and Consumption – a local non-profit non-governmental organization aiming at contributing to the socio-economic development of Vietnam through the provision of innovative consultancy, training and research for sustainability addressing the key issues in the areas of business development, bio-agriculture, green technology, value chain development, climate change adaptation and community development.
His educational background comprises of a Master’s degree in International Business awarded by the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems in Austria, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Tuan Anh Phan
Founder, Angels 4 Us
Tuan Anh Phan is founder of Angels 4 Us, an angel investor community in Vietnam. Tuan Anh is also Advisor of SME Mentoring, 1 on 1 mentorship program for startups. Prior to founding Angels 4 Us, Tuan Anh was a facilitator for entrepreneurship and business courses at the American Center in Ho Chi Minh City. Additionally, he has founded other companies such as Gekkospace and Thien An Investment and Consultancy.
At various times, Tuan Anh was a Visiting Lecturer at Saigon Institute of Technology, Kent International College, and RMIT Vietnam. He holds an MA in Entrepreneurial Management from European Business School London (EBSL) and a a BA in Business Law & Commerce from Bond University in Australia.
Tran Vu Binh
Bình has assisted a number of businesses in their creation, including activities such as corporate restructuring as well as creating innovative products. He has contributed to the success of the newly established and very dynamic and innovative Hoa Sen University, where he is currently working. Before joining Hoa Sen University, he helped to develop Quang Trung Software Business Incubator, one of the first incubators in Vietnam designed to assist IT start-ups.
Ngo Tho Hung
Hung has a strong background in Engineering and Applied Sciences before working on innovation and business consultancy. He also has experiences in setting up, managing, and fundraising for private companies related to technology transfer, applied sciences and international cooperation.
Hung completed his PhD at Aarhus University, Denmark (2007-2010) on technology transfer and international co-operation in environment protection and sustainable development using advanced technology.
Being an experienced lecturer and consultant, he can provide advisory on effecient management of technology transfer activities through the use of best practice technological applications and updates on related government policies. He has been involved in teaching and coaching activities in some internationally funded projects such as Vietnam Inclusive Innovation Project (VIIP), MPI Vietnam (World Bank funded), IFC, WB, ADB, DFAT, USAid, Jica, EU horizon 2020.
Lan graduated with a Bachelors’ Degree in Economics from Smith College, US. She later pursued her Master degree in Economics for Development at the University of Oxford, UK.
Lan has also spent some time working as a researcher in Seoul, South Korea and in an American company in Vietnam before moving to her current position as a government official at the National Center for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Development (NATEC) under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).
Her career goal is to help build a national-level ecosystem for innovative startups in Vietnam.
John Phong K.
Start Up Fanatic and Serial Entrepreneur
John was born in Bac Lieu, Vietnam and then moved to Australia. He was raised and Educated in Melbourne where he graduated with a Law Degree from Deakin University and Ass. Diploma in International Trade from RMIT. As an entrepreneur, he started a Transistor Clothing, which he grew to three stores and then sold. Afterwards, he started an international printing services company which he is still operating. Currently, he is trying to launch several websites including, mobideals.com.vn and bizdeals.net.au.
Nguyen Tien Trung
Founder and Chairman, Kankyo Viet Nam JSC
Trung has 10 years of working and studying at Toyota. He understands Kaizen, JUST IN TIME, HEJUKA, Kanban, QCC (Quality Control Circle), TPS (Toyota Production System), and Lean manufacturing methodologies. Furthermore, he has 12 years of experience in Vietnam’s economy, specifically in the securities industry.
Trung is now Founder and Chairman, Kankyo Viet Nam JSC. He is a member of the advisory board of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), focused on its national entrepreneurship program. He has advised and trained hundreds of entrepreneurial projects.
Trung’s educational background comprises of an MBA degree from the International Business School of Scandinavia.
Pham Dung Nam K.
Ministry of Science and Technology
Nam is a government official in Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology, currently assisting the Vice Minister on state management of technology transfer, technology innovation, technology commercialization, and technology enterprise development.
With a background in computer science and startup experience, Nam is particularly enthusiastic about the development of Vietnamese start-ups and is heavily involved in the process of building and implementing legal framework to support the development of the start-up ecosystem in Vietnam.
Nguyen Ngoc Dzung
Vice-Director, Technology Business Incubation Center
Dzung is now a Vice-Director of Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology – Technology Business Incubation Center (HCMUT-TBI). Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Dzung, D.Sc. (Energy) has twelve years’ experience in teaching at Automobile and Engine Department and over 6 years as a senior researcher at Key-lab for Internal Combustion Engine. He is interested in developing new and emerging technology in the fields of automobile engineering and new/renewable energy.
He graduated Bachelor degree in Vietnam (HCMUT, 2003), Master of Science in Indonesia (Institute Technology of Bandung, 2006) and Doctor of Energy Science in Japan (Kyoto University, 2009).
Nguyen Hoang Giang
Vice Minister’s Secretary, Ministry of Science and Technology
Giang graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Vietnam National Economics University. He worked for Yamaha Co.,Ltd and HUR oy Co.,Ltd for many years before getting an MBA in international business from Birmingham City University.
After his MBA, Giang ran several business in media and FMCG before he started working for the Ministry of Science and Technology as Ministerial Secretariat. He strongly believes in the value of innovation and desires to support innovation programs in both the public and private sectors.
Lecturer, International School - Vietnam National University; Consultant, GreenM Digital Enterprise Consulting Group
Speakers and Trainers
The IPP involves a number of top international and local experts to design and deliver Training of Trainers (ToT) and Innovation Accelerator training. These practitioners have both the breadth and depth in their respective fields to lead and guide the innovation champions and the innovation teams. During the Innovation Accelerator, these trainers will work closely with selected projects to coach and mentor them and prepare them for the upcoming Demo Days.
Dr. Pasi Malinen
Research Director at Brahea Centre – Development in University of Turku, Finland
Dr. Pasi Malinen, D.Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Admn.) is Research Director at Brahea Centre – Development in University of Turku, Finland. He worked for the past 10 years as a professor of innovative business in the Centre. His research areas include innovation, entrepreneurship, growth, business models and new knowledge intensive ventures. He has, during the past 24 years, conducted research for such organisations as EU, FAO of UN, European Space Agency, Irish Management Institute, Dublin Business Innovation Centre, The New Zealand Government, Tekes (Technology Development Fund of Finland), and other public bodies in Finland and abroad.
He teaches innovation and entrepreneurship in University of Turku and internationally on Master and PhD level. Dr. Malinen was a Board Member (Senior Vice–President of Marketing) in The International Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ICSB) for a number of years and is currently working very closely with the ICSB in innovation and business related issues.
Lean Startup Meetup and LeanCamp
Dan Toma has 10 years of working experience, including six years building two of his own businesses, two years working with various companies (startups and not only) as adviser, and two years spent with Deutsche Telekom as Product & Innovation Manager. Last year he was also a substitute professor at the University of Applied Sciences RheinMain in Germany, teaching Mobile Technologies and Innovation Management.
When he is not working, he is an entrepreneurship community and thought leader in Europe organizing events as the Lean Startup Meetup and the LeanCamp (which he also does globally). Currently, he’s working on a book project, The Corporate Startup, and just wrapped up a commicabooklet, Iterations. Dan holds an MBA, Bachelor and Master’s in Engineering (electronics & telecommunications).
Lean Startup Coach
Nick Noreña is a Lean consultant and coach who is passionate about the intersection of entrepreneurship and education. As a co-founder at Shoto, and in working with different organizations from The Lean Startup Circle to Fujitsu, he has been teaching and using Lean techniques to foster innovation for the past three years. Originally from a background in outdoor education and leadership training, his teaching style is focused on creating positive culture and teaching foundational skills to promote innovative thinking.
Founder, Lean Studio
Ryan MacCarrigan is a Lean Startup coach with prior leadership experience in Product Marketing, Product Management and Design at high-growth technology startups in NYC and San Francisco. Before founding the consultancy LeanStudio, he was head of marketing at Lean Startup Machine and Advsor. He was the recipient of Xero’s 2013 Marketing Innovation award.
Ryan has organized innovation trainings across the United States, Europe and Asia, impacting thousands of entrepreneurs, product managers, and corporate executives. This includes engagements with News Corp, Kraft, SanDisk, Fujitsu, Disney Techstars, Innovation Norway, and Singularity University — as well as dozens of startups.
He holds a B.A. degree from Columbia University.
Lean Startup Coach
Tristan Kromer helps product teams go fast.
As a lean startup coach, he works with teams and leaders to apply lean startup principles and build innovation ecosystems. He has worked with companies ranging from early stage startups with zero revenue to established businesses with >$10M USD revenue (Kiva, JustAnswer, StumbleUpon) to enterprise companies with >$1B USD revenue. (Swisscom, Pitney Bowes, Fujitsu, LinkedIn)
With his remaining hours, Tristan volunteers his time with Lean Startup.
Advisor/Impact Investing at Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra; Task Manager at World Bank Group
Heidi is an expert in international development and has worked with business incubators and accelerators in emerging markets to build sustainable business models and develop new services for their client companies. At infoDev, a global innovation and entrepreneurship program in the World Bank Group, she runs a global business incubation management training program. She also has expertise in international market entry strategies for growth-oriented companies.
In parallel, Heidi works at the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, where she is developing a training program to support the development of an impact investing ecosystem in Finland. A Finnish national who has lived in nine countries across three continents, Heidi holds an MBA from the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and an MA from the University of Bath, UK.
Lean Startup Coach
Kenny is an innovation training designer with prior experience in high-tech product development, marketing, and offshoring operations. He has coordinated and developed training programs for organizations through North America, Europe and Asia, impacting entrepreneurs, corporate intrapreneurs, and government leaders. Kenny has worked with organizations such as Innovation Norway, Fujitsu, and Credit Sesame, and various government innovation programs. He holds degrees in Environmental Economics and Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley.
Innovation & Strategy Consultant
Angeles helps organizations design new solutions that lead to business transformation and social impact.
She has more than 15 years of experience working within the intersection of business, technology and design helping startups, corporations and governments transform complex problems into opportunities for growth and impact. She has worked with Endeavor, Unilever, BAT, Razorfish, The World Bank, Ministry of Science & Technology in Argentina, UNICEF and early stage startups in Latin America.
Angeles is Innovation Advisor for Unicef UK and Ambassador at Startup Brazil. She holds a BA Business Economics from UTDT, MFA Transdisciplinary Design from Parsons School of Design and in 2013 was awarded with a scholarship from Singularity University, located on NASA Campus, to attend their exclusive program on how to leverage exponential technologies to solve humanity’s greatest challenges
Adjunct Professor at University of San Diego’s Graduate School of Business Administration and Founder of Henken & Associates
Karen Henken serves as adjunct professor at University of San Diego’s Graduate School of Business Administration, teaching Business and Social Innovation. She leads seminars on Innovation and Business Growth to executive teams in the US, Brazil and Vietnam as well as training in social entrepreneurship with many global institutions.
Karen spent 20 years in Silicon Valley as an executive in high technology management. As founder of Henken & Associates, Karen helps businesses and nonprofits connect across the globe with new channels, partnerships and market opportunities. Karen received an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and BA from Bowdoin College.
Founder and CEO at StartupExperience
Henrik is a Danish serial entrepreneur now living in San Francisco where he focuses on entrepreneurship education, impact investing as well as startup projects in the digital signage space. As an engineering student, Henrik founded two companies in IT recycling and Design Thinking. He then worked with the Global Research team at Vestas Wind Systems where he specialized in strategy development and innovation management.
In 2010 he moved to Silicon Valley where he founded Startup Experience, Inc. – A company that delivers interactive workshops aimed at solving social problems through entrepreneurship.
Henrik lives in San Francisco but he spends most of his time traveling around the world to train entrepreneurs and educators, and inspire young people to become more entrepreneurial. Through his company Startup Experience he has formed partnerships with universities, governments, NGOs and corporate non-profits in 20+ countries and aims to transform entrepreneurship education in today’s school system.
Owner and CEO of VCC Oy
Marko Seppä is professional business creator, investor, advisor and evaluator. He helps fellow entrepreneurs with strategic partnerships, business modelling, go-to-market actions, financial planning and fund raising — across sectors, markets, stages and technologies. He is Owner and CEO of VCC (est. 1989), fulltime since 2012, and currently has 3 portfolio companies (www.vcc.fi).
Apprenticed by founders of Panostaja, Finland’s oldest owner-managed private equity firm, he has led the creation of three enabler organisations: FVC, a pioneering cross-border venture capital firm (1991-2000), eBRC, an ambitious e-business R&D joint venture (2001-2006), and GVL, an awarded global venture lab experiment focused on “problems worth solving” (2007-2011).
He holds a Ph.D. in Corporate Strategy from the University of Jyväskylä, which he, in 2007-2011, served as Invited Professor of Growth Venture Creation.
Co-founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation
Michael Horn is the co-founder of the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation, a not-for-profit think tank, where he ran the education program for nearly a decade. He currently sits on the boards and advisory boards of a portfolio of education technology companies, including one based in Vietnam. He was a 2014 Eisenhower Fellow, during which time he studied the Vietnamese education system and opportunities for innovation. He is the coauthor of Disrupting Class with Clayton Christensen and the coauthor of Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools. He holds a bachelor’s from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard.
Stephanie K. Marrus
Director of the Entrepreneurship Center at the University of California
Stephanie Marrus is Director of the Entrepreneurship Center at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), the leading graduate healthcare/life science and medical institution in the US. During a 25-year plus business career, she has worked with hundreds of companies in science- and technology-based industries as a corporate executive, business consultant and mentor, many with their technological roots at MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, Stanford and UCSF. In addition to her business career, she served as Deputy Secretary of Economic Affairs for a Massachusetts governor where she led economic development, business policy and chaired an environmental cleanup fund board.
She has been president of a medical research foundation and serves on the Advisory Board of a social venture startup accelerator.
Stephanie has had roles as CEO, COO and VP Business Development for public and private companies, led business development and M&A transactions, headed corporate development, strategy, marketing, communications and investor relations. Her sector experience is in technology, life sciences/healthcare and consumer products.
She has translated her business experience to the classroom and teaches experiential courses in entrepreneurship globally. In addition to teaching at UCSF, Berkeley and Stanford, she has lectured in Europe, Latin America and Asia. She has been affiliated with Stanford University’s Technology Ventures Program and UC Berkeley’s entrepreneurship programs.
She holds an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, an MA from Columbia University and an AB from Cornell University.
Advisor/Impact Investing at Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra; Task Manager at World Bank Group
Adjunct Professor at University of San Diego’s Graduate School of Business Administration and Founder of Henken & Associates
In addition to trainers from Europe, the US, and Asia, the program involves a number of experts with backgrounds in entrepreneurship and education to ensure the delivery of the accelerator services as well as the transfer of the curriculum to universities and other training institutions in Vietnam.
Ngoc Anh Vu
IPP Accelerator Program Manager, Co-Founder at HATCH! PROGRAM
Dat Le Viet
IPP Accelerator Coordinator, Co-Founder at HATCH! PROGRAM
Dat Quoc Pham
IPP Accelerator Program Strategic Advisor, Co-Founder at HATCH! PROGRAM
Csaba Bundik, MBA
IPP Accelerator Program Strategic Advisor
Nguyen Viet Khoi
Deputy-Head, Department of International Business,Vietnam National University
Le Thi Thu Ha
Lecturer at Foreign Trade University
HanelSoft Vice President
Lam Nguyen has almost 20 years working in information technology and semiconductor industries with leadership experience in Sales and Marketing, Business Development, and Management from Fortune 500 companies such as NXP (founded by Philips), Microsoft, and SAP. He is now the Vice President of Hanelsoft South, as well as partner and faculty of International Training Program Centre. Additionally, he is also a partner in an angel investment club founded by BSA and LBC.
Lam is an invited coach for young entrepreneurs in series of startup trainings in Creative Industry co-sponsored by British Council Vietnam across Vietnam. He holds an MBA in Strategic Management from Maastrict School of Management (Netherlands) and a completion certification in Nesta Creative Enterprise Train the Trainer program.
Truong Cam Minh
CEO, Long Dang Papertube Company
Truong Cam Minh is the CEO of Long Dang Papertube Company, one of the Top Five paper tube enterprises in Saigon for over 10 years. He has extensive knowledge and practice in management and leadership, especially in management accounting and auditing. He is also a consultant partner for an angel investment club founded by LBC (www.lbc.vn) and BSA (www.bsa.org.vn) as a mentor for startup projects.
Minh is an invited coach for young entrepreneurs in a series of startup training in the Creative Industry co-sponsored by British Council Vietnam across Vietnam.
Minh holds a B.A from the University of Economics and is a CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant) and a FCMA (Fellow of Chartered Management Accountant) from CIMA UK. He also holds a completion certification in Nesta Creative Enterprise Train the Trainer (http://www.nesta.org.uk) program.
Christopher Quang Zobrist
Innovation Partnership Expert,IPP
Christopher Quang Zobrist is both an entrepreneur and educator with over 15 years of experience in both fields. He specializes in bridging the gaps between innovation theory and entrepreneurial practice in both classroom and real-world settings. He also incorporate the basic principles of Mindful Awareness, which can provide a “competitive edge” for both start-up teams and innovation ecosystem builders alike.
He is currently the Innovation Partnership Expert with the Innovation Partnerships Program, a joint Finnish-Vietnamese funded project to develop the innovation ecosystem in Vietnam. He is also an Innovation Advisor to the newly established UNICEF Innovation Lab Vietnam. Previously, he served as the Deputy Director of the John von Neumann Institute at Vietnam National University, where he helped to design programs in innovation and entrepreneurship in Vietnam.
Mr. Zobrist holds a BS in Business Administration from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, an MBA from the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, with an emphasis in Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
IPP Accelerator Advisor
Brett Dickstein is currently a short term consultant for the IFC and an avid mentor and advisor for technology startups. He has authored knowledge products to bridge informational and financial gaps between eastern and western markets. Brett is also actively supporting the early stage growth and regional scale of a FinTech retailer that is impacting the BOP segment.
He is a seasoned professional with a strong track record encompassing 15 years of technical assistance related experience in the public, private, and development sectors. For the past 3 years, Brett has led inclusive business engagements and innovative product development efforts across ASEAN. Since 2009 he has enthusiastically supported the World Bank Group’s efforts to address commercial and social development challenges related to economic development, financial inclusion, trade promotion, and fostering entrepreneurship across multiple continents.
Brett has a keen interest in inclusive innovation and has conducted extensive benchmarking, stakeholder identification and market scoping with respect to mobile and electronic solutions for industry, academia, and government. He organized dozens of idea contests and events to foster entrepreneurship, catalyze SME creation, and bridge financing gaps. Brett’s expertise includes public financial management, marking scoping, capacity building, public debt and credit rating strategy, investor relations, innovative product development, performance auditing, business process reengineering, and fundraising.
2015 Innovation Teams
Da Nang Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ecosystem Da Nang Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ecosystem project is conducted by the collaboration and cooperation of three main allied partners: the University of Da Nang – College of Information Technology (UD-CIT), Da Nang Institute for Socio-Economic Development (DISED), and 9StartLab team. The project aims to build incubators and supportive ecosystems in universities and the city of Danang, with the mission to promote Danang city to be one of the Vietnam’s leading startup communities and to be an international commercial center of Asean by 2025. In order to achieve the project’s goals, our implementation plan focuses on the main activities as follows:
- Organizing a series of workshops and events to promote the movement of innovation and startup in universities and in the city of Danang.
- Supporting start-ups in terms of training, consultancy and fund to develop their globally competitive and innovative products.
- Creating connections with various supportive partners and start-up community such as startups, investors, government, big companies, experts, universities, etc…
We focus in four lines of business: Mobile Marketing, Big Data Analysis, Active User Boosting and Mobile Security.
We offer solutions to operators and large companies in order to increase their revenues and connect with their customers.
What: Vietnam Impact Incubator invests incubation services and impact capital into high potential businesses to generate lasting social impact and transformative growth. Our ambition is to create an environment for innovators to create prototype or MVP and nurture them to bring it to market.
How: We use impact performance metrics to evaluate new opportunities and to measure the social environmental and financial performances of our portfolio companies.
Why: We are dedicated to creating a better world by deploying impact capital and venture building services to enterprises.
Partners and Sponsors
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- Innovation Bootcamp From Monday 17th to Saturday 22th of August
- Standardized Curriculum Training From Monday 17th to Saturday 22th of August
- Weekly Coaching meetings
- Mid-term DEMO Day – 31st Oct (Hanoi) – HATCH! FAIR 2015
- Final DEMO Day – 25th Jan (HCMC)
- Pitching Workshop by Mr. Masayoshi Ike
Mid-term DEMO Day
Two-day event at HATCH! FAIR 2015 – Vietnam innovation team Conference & Exhibition
Final Term DEMO Day
1 day event at Final DEMO
Pitching Workshop by Mr. Masayoshi Ike
The first workshop within the IPP Innovation Accelerator Program is to provide startup with initial but essential skill: Business Pitching.