More than 80 businesswomen from Ho Chi Minh City and different provinces met on the occasion of the International Women's Day and discussed how to effectively use and manage capital in enterprises, especially ones run by women.
|Business executives attend the meeting (Photo: TC)|
The participants also shared their experience in getting loans and dealing with capital shortage, and other related measures.
Among the participants were Nguyen Thi Gat from Dai Hai Ltd. in Hoc Mon District, Pham Thi Phuong Thao from Khang Thong Company in Binh Thanh District, Nguyen Thi Bong from Thanh Nhat Company, all in Ho Chi Minh City.
A notable participant was Vo Thi Muot, who started her career as a small vendor to become an enterprise director in the southern province of Tay Ninh. She has won a Red Star award from the Government for being an Outstanding Business Person.
Also attending the meeting were talented businessmen from Ho Chi Minh City, the Central Region, the Central Highlands and the South.
The Viet Nam Association of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises and Viet A Bank jointly organized the gathering in Ho Chi Minh City on March 7, one day ahead of the International Women’s Day.
Viet A Bank general director Nguyen Cong Tu, a member of the association, said his bank had pledged to support enterprises in securing loans easily and managing their capital effectively. He said his bank is seeking to improve its service quality, and is providing loans to over 1,000 small- and medium-sized enterprises in Ho Chi Minh and many southern provinces.
Dr. Cao Sy Kiem, Chairman of the Association, former Governor of the State Bank of Viet Nam and Vice Chairman of the National Money Consulting Council, also attended the meeting.