Accordingly, the Sister Bag team won the competition with Made-in-Vietnam handbag project, looking to bring eco-friendly and handmade fashionable products to consumers via online channel.

At the event

UAVS President Nguyen Duong Nguyen said it is the first time a start-up competition for Vietnamese students has been held in Australia, which attracted hundreds of entries.

Vice Chairman of the Start-up Vietnam Foundation (SVF) Nguyen Duy Hieu, a member of the jury, expressed his hope that the competition will generate many successful Vietnamese start-ups, especially by students abroad.

He added that the SVF will coordinate with the UAVS to connect start-up teams with different venture funds and turn their ideas into realities.

The challenge is expected to be held every two years.

Source: VNA