Viet, continuing its mission to empower Vietnamese youth to contribute to Vietnam sustainable development, first launched VietBusiness Conference (VABC) in 2008 as a forum to connect enterprising college students and young professionals with prominent business leaders and give them a chance to network, learn, and discuss about the business environment in Vietnam. With the positive feedback and encouragement from past year participants, VABC has become a major focus among Viet’s annual events.
On August 8th, 2010, VABC will be held for the first time in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. 2010 celebrates the 1000 years of establishment of the city, a celebration for the city’s past, and also its future with increasing business opportunities and active economic development. This provides a great foundation for VABC Hanoi as a discussion forum for aspiring and motivated students and young professionals interested in the field of business and entrepreneurship. The Conference will take place at the National Convention Center, with the participation of 200-250 college students, college graduate and young professionals with outstanding academic, leadership background, and working experience from both Vietnam and overseas.
VABC’s mission is to act as the connecting bridge between our participants and policy makers, accomplished business leaders and distinctive scholars. Thereby, our conference aims to arm our ambitious audience with the necessary knowledge and skills to start a smart career and contribute to the sustained development of Vietnam.
Success would never come without a vision. That vision has to start from the very understanding of the dynamic economic and business environment in Vietnam. Only with that knowledge can we effectively respond to the rising opportunities and imposing challenges, especially after the global financial crisis that altered the business landscape for years to come. With the provided insights from renowned scholars and experts, VABC is the perfect opportunity to contemplate the past and envision the future of Vietnam on both a macroscopic and microscopic scale.