Officience is getting involved in entrepreneurship
Officience has just established a partnership with the local office of the Asia-Pacific Francophone University Association(AUF) in Ho Chi Minh City.This new partnership aims to support the development of the Francophone Entrepreneurs Club (CLEF).
Aims of the Francophone Entrepreneurs Club
The CLEF aims to help its members to:
- Acquire the social knowledge essential for integrationinto the world of work;
- Develop the necessary skills for creativity and collaborative working;
- Adopt a positive approach to entrepreneurship;
- Understand the fundamental concepts of business culture;
- Use efficient methodstodraw up business creation plans.
Over a 4-month period (March to June 2013), future entrepreneurs, led by professionals, are called upon to draw up a business plan to be presented to a jury at the end of that time.
Call for projects
Are you French-speaking? Do you want to be an entrepreneur? Are you looking to commercialise the results of scientific research? Are you wondering how to prepare yourself and where to start…?Join us and find the answers to all your questions with CLEF!
Register online before the 24th February at www.hcmv.vn.refer.org
Following in the footsteps of our project to help students enter the world of business, set up in 2012 with a project at the University of Economics and Law (UEL) and followed up in 2013 by HoaSen and the HCMC University of Technology among others, we are delighted to commit to the CLEF with AUF. We are convinced that Officience has an important role to play in this area, notably by bringingyoung graduates together with international standards and work methodologies.
Sylvain PIERRE – Associate Director, Officience
The Francophone University Associationunites almost 800 universities worldwide. It plays a part in putting these universities at the service of business development, in addition toincreasing offers of career-oriented training. Supporting young professionals throughout the CLEF process, from the beginnings of the entrepreneurial idea to the creation of a business plan, and then bringing them closer to the world of business is one of our highest priorities. The French language needs to demonstrate that it can be a language of success in the Asia-Pacific region.
Regis MARTIN – Head of the AUF local office