Gabey Goh
Nov 26, 2015

Samsung and Leo Burnett to kickstart entrepreneurs in Vietnam

VIETNAM - Samsung and Leo Burnett are in the midst of a startup search that has drawn entries from 250 young entrepreneurial companies hoping for a cash prize to help continue pursuing their business dreams.

The GOLIVE Vietnam Venture Cup, a sponsorship vehicle for Samsung's Note 5, includes partners IDG Ventures, YMG entertainment and Media Group, Forbes Vietnam, LaunchPad and Topica EdTech Group. The effort follows Samsung's launch of the Success with an attitude’ campaign for the Galaxy Note 5 in mid-August.

Conceived by Leo Burnett Vietnam’s digital team, the purpose of the initiative is to elevate people’s existing businesses or their future dream business, according to the...

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