There is still one week left to vote for Vietnam’s 50 best startups in 2022
Startup Vietnam 2022 voting session lasts until September 9th. In the next round, 20 start-ups will ultimately receive projects.
To vote for the project they want, users can find a list of 50 common starters, select a project and click vote. Here users rate startups based on three criteria: innovation, originality, technological relevance and product quality on a scale from 1 to 5. Each reader votes at least once and up to 5 startups per industry.
After more than two weeks, the Startup Vietnam 2022 voting round has received thousands of reader votes for 50 projects. This score is added to the expert team’s score to determine the 20 starters who advance to the semi-finals. The results of the voting round will be announced on September 16th.
The 50 startups in this round are projects that passed the preliminary round and were selected from over 300 applications submitted. Projects in many fields such as technology, finance, education, transport, e-commerce, agriculture…
Many startups have real products that have been put into practice. In addition to projects with new and unique ideas and products, many projects help solve old problems but use new management methods and modern technologies to ensure greater efficiency.
In the next steps, the quality of the startup is evaluated according to criteria related to organizational structure, products and services, target market, business model and frequency of the model. The program’s expert team consists of mentors, startup experts, investors, venture capital funds and successful entrepreneurs.
Participate in voting for the top 50 startups in Vietnam in 2022
Startup Vietnam is an annual event. VnExpress A company looking for potential start-up projects in Vietnam. The theme of the programme, now in its sixth edition, is “A New Era of Innovation”. The tournament’s total prize pool is almost two billion dong, which will be awarded to the top 20 teams. The winning team will receive a cash prize of VND 50 million and a communications package of VND 200 million.