Helsinki networking for Finnish businesses in Vietnam

On 27 October Vietnamese Student Association in Finland (VSAF) arranges a networking event for Finnish companies with business projects in Vietnam.

Get in touch with Vietnamese students in the central areas from 13:00 – 16:00, in Haaga-Helia Auditorium, Pasila Campus. This event is free of charge.

VSAF believes this event will support Finnish companies with ongoing/oncoming partnerships in Vietnam as well as Vietnamese students studying in Finland. All attending companies will have the chance to:
•Promote their projects in Vietnam with the help of VSAF through various social media channels.
•Introduce the companies and the operations in Vietnam in the designated stand during the event.
•Raise Vietnamese students’ awareness and interest in Finnish-Vietnamese cooperations through one-on-one discussion between companies’ representatives and attending students.

Finnish companies will also be able to discover potential business opportunities with one of the guest partners, Hanoi Small and Medium Enterprises Association. VSAF hopes that this event will highlight the importance of Finnish-Vietnamese business partnerships and help connecting potentials between talents and businesses. So far, Hanoi SME Association, Finnpartnership, FCG Consulting, WSP Finland and Watrec Oy have confirmed to join.

Attending this event are representatives from Vietnam as well as Finnish companies and organizations with ongoing business/development projects in Vietnam (updating):
Hanoi SME Association, FCG Consulting, Finnpartnership, Watrec Oy, Finnish Water Forum, WSP Finland, Son&Sons Services FINLAND, Haaga-Helia University Of Applied Sciences

About VSAF: VSAF is one of the most influential student organization representing Vietnamese students in Finland. Since its establishment in 2003, VSAF has aimed to provide various events and projects in education, sports and social-culture to Vietnamese students across Finland as well as introducing Vietnamese culture to other communities in Finland.

Leave a Reply