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First live stream academy launched in Việt Nam

Created 12 December 2020
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NextTech Group on Thursday launched the NextOn.vn live stream academy - the first of its kind in Việt Nam with an aim to provide professional training for online sellers on social networks and e-commerce floors.

NextTech Group introduces the first live stream academy in Việt Nam. — VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI — NextTech Group on Thursday launched the NextOn.vn live stream academy - the first of its kind in Việt Nam with an aim to provide professional training for online sellers on social networks and e-commerce floors.

Nguyễn Hòa Bình, Chairman of NextTech Group, cited the mushrooming of live streaming for sales in China during the COVID-19 pandemic and predicted that live stream activities for sales in Việt Nam would also grow stronger in the near future.

“As we recognise that live streaming for online sales will be a popular job in the near future, NextTech wants to participate in live stream training. After the course, students will be offered jobs or become sales collaborators of an ecosystem of more than 80,000 businesses using NextTech Group’s digital business support services," Bình said.

In Việt Nam, live streams for sales is gradually becoming a trend and promising to become a way to generate new revenue. However, due to spontaneous development, live streamers lack many professional skills and techniques to succeed. NextTech believes if they are equipped with the right knowledge, live streamers could be more successful and develop careers.

NextOn’s basic courses are geared towards skills, including planning and scripting live streams, preparing face and camera presentations, audience interaction and branding. Meanwhile, the advanced course focuses on technical issues such as selecting goods, setting up and operating a live stream room, closing the order - handling and completing orders, promoting and attracting the audience. NextOn’s goal is practical training and will focus on skills, illustrated by successful lessons from China and Việt Nam.

NextOn will open the first course this December in Hà Nội and then hold many subsequent courses across the country in 2021. At the end of each course, students are tested and certified. — VNS


Source: VNN

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