NovoLanguage present their platform to the Vinh Long delegation in Arnhem, the Netherlands

On the 22nd and 23rd of November, 2016, a business delegation from the Vinh Long Province in Vietnam visited the Gelderland province in the Netherlands. The delegation was led by Mr. Nguyen Van Quang, chairman of the Vinh Long People’s Committee. The purpose of the seminar was to promote and strengthen the commercial relationship between the two countries. Since Novolanguage has several business partners in Vietnam, CEO Martijn Enter presented their educational platform at the seminar.

The Vinh Long province has played an important role in developing the Vietnamese regional and national economy, especially regarding domestic and foreign investments as well as production and business. A newly developed infrastructure and its strategic position in the Mekong Delta has enabled the province to establish a strong business relationship with the Netherlands; several Dutch companies have already been operating successfully in this region. With this seminar, the bond between the two countries was strengthened and improved even more.

Mr. Enter emphasized the importance of employees’ language and communication skills to the growth of business. He also expressed his excitement about Vietnamese culture, as well as the high level of motivation and diligence of Vietnamese students.

NovoLanguage CEO Martijn Enter presenting the company

NovoLanguage CEO Martijn Enter presenting the company

“Education plays a fundamental role in economic growth, especially in fields like food and agriculture. Understanding this crucial role, we would like to bring the best of Dutch expertise and innovation to Vietnam, for example with the help of leading European universities, multinationals and our customers. By unlocking the employees’ potential with online education, NovoLanguage hopes to boost business growth in an efficient and economical way. This seminar has given us the chance to deepen our relationship with the Vietnamese government and organizations. We hope this will mark the beginning of many future collaborations between us” said CEO of NovoLanguage, Mr. Martijn Enter.