Application to support Vietnamese businesswomen introduced

The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and Qualcomm Incorporated launched the project DevelopHer yesterday in Hanoi. The project aims at offering opportunities for Vietnamese businesswomen to widen their trading knowledge to achieve success in career.

Vietnamese businesswomen are discussing the project DevelopHer at its introduction on June 14 in Hanoi. Photo by Tran Binh

Vietnamese businesswomen are discussing the project DevelopHer at its introduction on June 14 in Hanoi. Photo by Tran Binh

DevelopHer provides a learning environment on mobile devices for Vietnamese female entrepreneurs while delivering consultation service on business activities.

This multi-direction approach is expected to help the females gain essential information to build up their skills, their own confidence, and their ability to effectively manage a company.

It can also support potential businesswomen and employable females, along with giving advice on how to become a leader in a community.

Including in the project DevelopHer is an application named HerVenture, run on a mobile device in Vietnam.

This is considered an inexpensive and flexible means to help female small and micro-entrepreneurs to access business lessons, tips, and similar activities in order to to lead their companies towards sustainable success and growth.

Users can download the mobile app HerVenture via Google Play. It is estimated that around 3,000 females will download this app in its first year.

The project DevelopHer also cooperates with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women to aid 180 highly potential female entrepreneurs in Vietnam as well as in the Southeast Asian area via their business consultation program.

By TRAN BINH – Translated by Vien Hong

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