Hanoi, 1 December 2020 – Thousands of domestic workers will be able to manage their finances more effectively thanks to the upgraded mobile phone application JupViec.vn. New upgrades offer users a wide range of financial services powered by Application Programming Interface (API) with the ViViet digital banking app. Through this integration, micro-savings, salary advances, mobile top-ups and utility bill payments features are now accessible to over 2,000 JupViec workers.
Launched today, the upgraded app is the result of the Urban Migrant Entrepreneur Capital (UME-Capital) initiative, a partnership between the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), CARE International in Vietnam, LienVietPostBank and JupViec.vn, with financial support from DFAT via the Business Partnerships Platform (BPP).
Read the full press release here and see photos of the event here.
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