Vietnam’s young tech entrepreneurs are transforming the country into Southeast Asia’s Silicon Valley.
Communist Vietnam’s start-up scene is booming.
Young, highly skilled entrepreneurs are grabbing the attention – and cheque books – of international investors and turning the country into one of Southeast Asia’s most exciting breeding grounds for tech innovation.
The country has big ambitions – the government wants to double the number of start-ups to one million in the next five years.
101 East explores how a new generation is rapidly transforming Vietnam from a Communist nation reliant on farming and manufacturing into Southeast Asia’s Silicon Valley.