Sweef Capital was delighted to welcome Australia’s Ambassador for Gender Equality Stephanie Copus Campbell AM and Economic Consul (First Secretary) Dominic Balasuriya on a recent visit to two of our portfolio companies in Vietnam, TEKY and USM Healthcare.

Suring the visit to TEKY’s offline centre in Ho Chi Minh City, Ambassador Copus Campbell met TEKY’s management team and heard more about TEKY’s ambitions as an innovation academy and its commitment to providing multidisciplinary education to generations of Vietnamese students.

Students and their parents were thrilled to engage with the Ambassador’s team, sharing their personal experiences and the impact TEKY has had on their learning journey. Moments like these highlight the importance of international collaboration and the positive influence it can have on communities.

At USM Healthcare’s manufacturing facility, Ambassador Copus Campbell had the opportunity to learn about USM’s advanced medical equipment production process, also discussing with USM leaders the pivotal role and importance of women in business and the healthcare industry in Vietnam.

The Ambassador’s visit underscored the value of international collaboration and highlighted Sweef Capital’s shared commitment to fostering gender equality and innovation in critical sectors like education and healthcare.

Thank you to Ambassador Copus Campbell for taking the time to visit and for your interest in Sweef Capital’s impactful mission to support pioneering companies like TEKY and USM.