Wednesday , June 29 2022

Development of Vietnam image-creation ecosystem in line with international standards


The symposium “The Image-Creation Ecosystem (AVGC) in Vietnam” on Nov. 27, 2021 gathered national and international experts to discuss the development of creative industry in Vietnam.

The event saw the representatives of Institut Français Vietnam (IFV), Goethe-Institut Vietnam, UNESCO, VTC Academy, and other professional partners discuss the industry’s prospects in Vietnam.

Huge demand for high-quality human resources in the image-creation market during the past few years has urged top leaders and influencers to build a firm foundation for the visual creative industry.

According to international experts, Vietnam has been one of the most potential creative markets in Southeast Asia with advantages such as cultural diversity, a rich heritage, young population who are eager to adopt technology trends, and burgeoning cities.

Dennis Schoubye, director of game City Hamburg brought a diverse and interesting perspective of the ecosystem model for video game studios and developers in the city of Hamburg (Germany). Photo by VTC Academy

Dennis Schoubye, director of the game City Hamburg, brought a diverse and interesting perspective of the ecosystem model for video game studios and developers in Hamburg, Germany. Photo by VTC Academy

The creative industry first appeared in Europe in the mid-20th century, then developed and reached its peak in Asia. In thriving markets such as Japan, South Korea, the U.S., and European countries, the creative industry not only brings immense values to the domestic economy but also makes significant contributions in spreading traditional cultural values around the world.

Many international experts said that developing an image-creation ecosystem is a critical mission for not only cultural organizations and companies but also educational institutions, especially in the context of the explosion of technology and globalization. Hence, the development of the image-creation ecosystem in Vietnam will raise the country’s competitiveness and global ranking.

Frédéric Cros, General Director of Pôle Image Magelis in Angoulême (France).  Photo by VTC Academy

Frédéric Cros, General Director of Pôle Image Magelis in Angoulême, France. Photo by VTC Academy

At the symposium, there were international leaders in different fields including Frédéric Cros, general director of Pôle Image Magelis (France), Dennis Schoubye, director of Game City Hamburg (Germany), and professor Hannes Rall of the University Nanyang Technology (Singapore).

Vietnamese representatives including Hoang Viet Tan, CEO of VTC Academy, and Vu Tran Lam, branch director of VTC Academy, also joined to discuss how to apply the expertise of training high-quality human resources to facilitate the development of AVGC ecosystem and create an innovative environment for the young generation.

The development of the AVGC ecosystem in line with international standards will offer various opportunities for the creative communities in Vietnam, significantly contribute to national growth and inspire millions of youngsters to pursue their passions, demonstrate skills, and generate innovations.

CEO of VTC Academy, Hoang Viet Tan.  Photo by VTC Academy

Hoang Viet Tan, CEO of VTC Academy. Photo by VTC Academy

VTC Academy enrolls students for the academic year 2022 – 2023 in Programming, Design, Digital Marketing.

More information at https://vtc.edu.vn/

VTC Academy Plus enrolls students for the academic year 2022 – 2023 majoring in 3D Animation, Software Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence Engineering.

More information at: https://plus.vtc.edu.vn/

Hotline: 0818 799 299 (Ho Chi Minh City) or 0857 976 556 – 0981 114 757 (Hanoi)

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