The program “Women Collaborating to Create Futures” is the next initiative in the CO4GROWTH (Collaboration for Growth) project sponsored by the Standard Chartered Foundation (SCF) to support community affected by COVID-19.
The Standard Chartered Foundation is a charitable foundation that tackles inequality by promoting greater economic inclusion for disadvantaged young people from low-income households, particularly girls and people with visual impairments.
Established in 2019 by Standard Chartered Bank, it is a registered charity in England and Wales (charity number 1184946).
In partnership with the Vietnam Science and Technology Entrepreneurial Fund (SVF) and Youth Business International (YBI), the project supports female entrepreneurs, helping them achieve success in their fields. Standard Chartered Bank believes that women play an important role in sustainable development. As a result, Standard Chartered Bank is implementing a variety of initiatives to help women reach their full potential for success. This project is one of the initiatives to help female entrepreneurs overcome difficulties, seize opportunities, access funding, equip them with financial knowledge as well as provide professional advice in finance to accompany them to develop long-term sustainable business”.
Ms. Hong Trang Nguyen – CEO of EDUBELIFE is pleased to be invited by SVF – the representative of the project’s organizing committee in Vietnam to attend this program as a Lecturer, Mentor, and expert on corporate financial management for women. businessmen.
On October 7, 2022, the training course with the topic “Determining the right price and building the optimal selling price strategy” took place successfully
Ms. Hong Trang was really happy when she received love and true thanks from businesswomen after having finished the course
SVF – the representative of the Organizing Committee posted news about the Faculty of Education on the program’s fan page
Ms. Hong Trang and EDUBELIFE hope: With the knowledge and skills that businesswomen have received from this training course, the women who are “good at doing domestic work and doing housework” will become more confident in steering and leading. Their businesses are growing and growing.
Sincere thanks to Standard Chartered Bank, Vietnam Science and Technology Entrepreneurial Fund (SVF) and Youth Business International (YBI) for organizing this meaningful program