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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.

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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. 

      
Be innovative to stay competitive: Leipzig University Prof Vietnamese firms should focus on market niches and sectors that are not the strength of Chinese firms, like customer oriented services, to maintain their competitive edges, a...
Capital manages prices to stem inflation The capital would strengthen price management to ensure price stability and curb inflation in the latter months of this year and the forthcoming Lunar New Year
US experts advise Viet Nam how to lift aviation industry to new heights There is room for further co-operation between the US and Viet Nam in developing aviation infrastructure, safety and security, industry officials said at a conference held...
FDI companies spearhead export growth Viet Nam's exports rose 15.1 per cent in the first eight months to US$85.2 billion, with foreign-invested companies accounting for 60 per cent of the figure.
Local retail firms face off with foreign rivals Local entrepreneurs can expect business to grow in 2013 despite a slump in consumption earlier in the year, according to Nhat Nam Joint Stock Company (NNC) deputy general...
74.5% of Japan firms struggle to find suppliers in Vietnam Up to 74.5% of 1,874 Japanese enterprises in Asia and Oceania said that seeking spare part suppliers is the biggest challenge they encounter in Vietnam, according to the Japan...
French businesses hails Vietnam’s investment environment Vietnam’s investment environment is on the improve with macroeconomic stablility and high qualified human resources.
Organic farming sector to receive assistance President of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) Andre Leu has vowed to help Vietnam’s organic farming sector achieve a sustainable,...
Milk-product prices may be added to control list In a report to the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Finance has suggested that the Ministry of Health should ask the Government to add milk products to a list of certified (price...
GDP up 5% in nine months but may still miss target The country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) rose 5.14 per cent in the first nine months of this year, according to a report released yesterday by the Ministry of Planning and...
Coffee makers seek to scrap VAT Coffee being processed at Viet Nam-Holland Coffee Company in the central highlands province of Dak Lak. Coffee makers have petitioned the Government to scrap the 5 per cent...
Over 4,700 enterprises in HCM City resume operation Officials of the Department of Planning and Investment of HCM City said that in the January-August period of 2013, more than 4,700 businesses in the city resumed business...
The South Korean’s battle on Vietnamese land More and more South Korean investors have flocked to Vietnam to do business here, thus turning Vietnam into their new battle field.
Little good news as Vietnam reviews economic growth An international conference was held to review Vietnam’s eco-social development from 2011 to date in Hanoi on Monday, where negative reports dominated the proceedings.
Saigon Co.op listed among top 500 Asian retailers Saigon Co.op has won the Fapra Award 2013 from the Federation of Asia-Pacific Retailers Associations (FAPRA).
Consumers choose the cheaper option Consumers now prefer mini-marts due to their tightened budgets.
The most famous family run economic groups in Vietnam Though the family run business model remains controversial, the influences of the famous family run conglomerates to the national economy in the past and at present are...
Minimum wage increase decision makes businesses dumbstruck The National Wage Council has agreed to the plan on raising the regional minimum wage from 2014 by VND250,000-400,000, or 15-17 percent. This has caused a big headache to both...