When Vietnamese Foreign Minister Bui Thanh Son and Singapore’s Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan sat down for lunch at Maxwell Food Centre, it wasn’t just about the apom and chicken rice. It was a testament to the deep, multi-faceted cooperation between Vietnam and Singapore’s digital economy, human capital, and business development.
Just as a simple meal at a hawker centre symbolizes the rich and diverse ties between Vietnam and Singapore, Singapore’s Leading Digital Service Provider EVVO Labs is paving the way for a digitally empowered ASEAN, beginning from its expansion into Vietnam.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Singapore bilateral ties, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s recent visit to Vietnam signals increasing cooperation in supporting the two nation’s digital and green economies, workforce training, and exchange programs.
Riding this wave of diplomatic synergy, Singapore’s leading provider of digital transformation and cybersecurity technology services EVVO Labs seizes this momentous occasion to announce its expansion into Vietnam, becoming a part of a larger narrative of innovation and regional cooperation.
Signing MoUs with Vietnam’s leading universities, EVVO Labs is setting the stage for a future where technology transcends borders, empowering the next generation of digital pioneers in Vietnam.
EVVO Labs has signed three Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with three prestigious Vietnamese universities, signifying a commitment to increasing collaboration and knowledge transfer in emerging areas such as cybersecurity, e-commerce, and financial technology.
With the rising importance of forging stronger people-to-people ties across ASEAN countries, EVVO Labs will introduce a series of internship and training programs for Vietnamese students, fostering the next generation of digital leaders.
(Photo: Members of EVVO Labs and Vietnam-Korea University come together in Da Nang)