TCPVN, the first international office in Vietnam for TCP Group, is coordinating with the Central Vietnam Youth Federation to implement activities for Vietnamese youth to spread positive lifestyle habits and create a favourable environment for those about to start a career.
|TCPVN will promote optimism and entrepreneurship among young people |
On October 2 in Hanoi, the Central Vietnam Youth Federation (CVYF) and TCPVN, the owner of energy drink brand Red Bull and Warrior from Thailand, signed an MoU to implement the I Love My Country movement and a forum for young entrepreneurs, with awards for outstanding youth startups in 2020-2022.
The programme highlights the stock TCPVN puts in Vietnamese youth and their impact on the development of the country.
Following the success of Positive Day held on July 11 at Phu Tho Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City, the journey of spreading positive energy initiated by Red Bull and TCPVN is reaching an increasing mass of young people across the nation through the strategic cooperation with CVYF.
In the 2020-2022 period, CVYF and TCPVN will organise the Youth Startup Forum along with a contest for innovative startup projects, as well as launching a national fund to support youth entrepreneurship.
Nguyen Thanh Huan, general director of TCPVN said, “TCPVN has inherited the sustainable values of TCP Group in Thailand, including transparency in business activities, high-quality products, positive working environment, and living in harmony with the community. By spreading positive energy to the youth of Vietnam with CVYF, we hope to help them keep moving forward and lead the country through its immediate challenges into a brighter future.”