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This event is open for all professionals interested or currently working in Starups in Hanoi, or supply chai professionals in Hanoi, or who are interested in looking for business collaboration for U.S. market through meeting with a delegation of Baylor University (U.S.), Executive Master Program.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

PURCHASING MANAGER - DETMOLD PACKAGING

Involved in carry out, application and maintenance of the company processing system.

FAR EAST PLANNING MANAGER - WAHL VIETNAM CO.,LTD

Manage business relationship with co-workers, stakeholders, suppliers and customers

PROCESS DELEGATE SPECIALIST - BOSCH VN

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services, in the areas of automotive and industrial technology, consumer goods as well as building technology. 

      
GE turbines to power wind farm GE Power and Water, a unit of GE, signed a contract with Cong Ly Construction-Trade-Tourism Ltd (Cong Ly Ltd.) last Saturday to provide 52 wind turbines for phase two of the...
Beverage market continues to attract investors Vietnam’s beverage market remains rich in promise, reflected by the increase in the number of recent investments from major domestic and foreign enterprises.
City firms prepare for Tet season surge Despite the economic situation, companies and traditional village-based producers are making all efforts to meet the usual surge in demand during Tet (the Lunar New Year) and...
Exxon Mobil signs power plant deal with PetroVietnam Exxon Mobil and Viet Nam National Oil and Gas Group will build a gas and power plant in central Viet Nam to supply gas and power along the East Sea.
Vietnamese favor for Korean goods raises worry about trade deficit South Korean goods, following the South Korean culture, have been flocking to Vietnam. Experts have warned that the “South Korean wave” would make the trade deficit...
Motorola Solutions docks at two local seaports Motorola Solutions is implementing its state-of-the-art radio, mobile computing and wireless technology solutions at Vietnam’s two major seaports.
Beer prices rise as Tet approaches With Tet (the Lunar New Year) still seven weeks away, beer prices have already started to rise.
Rattan, bamboo processing have potential for large-scale production The rattan and bamboo processing industry should be developed on an industrial scale in the future, according to experts.
Biggest mobile seller to list shares The biggest mobile phone retailer in Viet Nam, The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World) Joint-Stock Company (thegioididong.com), will be listed on the HCM City bourse in the second...
More beer drunk as times get tough Beer makers in Viet Nam produced 2.67 billion litres in the first eleven months of the year, up 7.8 per cent over the corresponding period last year, according to the Viet Nam...
New opportunities for retail industry Expanded retail networks and increased service quality will offer the retail sector a wealth of opportunities for development.
Heavy discounts boost auto sales Major automakers in Viet Nam reported a year-on-year sales surge of 6 per cent in November yesterday, riding on aggressive discounts and continued popularity of smaller cars.
Samsung Shifts Plants From China to Protect Margins Samsung Electronics Co. built the world’s largest smartphone business by tapping China’s cheap and abundant workforce. Not for much longer: it’s shifting output
Japan’s retailers interested in Vietnamese market The Japan-based Aeon Group is expected to inaugurate its first trade centre in Ho Chi Minh City early next year in a bid to establish an extensive retail system in Vietnam in the
Vietnamese enterprises anticipate market recovery Advance estimates indicate that the financial climate next year will bring in winds of change. Viet Nam's gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate is forecast to reach 5.67...
HCMC to cut fee for small cars HCM City will reduce registration fees for vehicles with less than 10 passenger seats on January 1, 2014.
HSBC warns ‘bottlenecks’ will drag economy down The economy is gradually stabilizing, but risks moving sideways for years unless structural bottlenecks are addressed, HSBC has said.
Vietnam openness to equitization loss a positive development: analysts Analysts and industry insiders have welcomed the government of Vietnam’s increased openness to losses made by state-owned firms in the process of share sales.