Opportunities open in Vietnam
This ASEAN Navigator webinar takes an overview of supply chains as manufacturing reopens in Vietnam.
10 March 2022
WHAT: The webinar will explore the prospects presented in Vietnam, a leading member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The five speakers include Pavel Poskakukhin, the Associate Director of Deloitte South East Asia. Deloitte Vietnam is a pioneer in the Advisory and Audit industry with 30 years of experience in the Vietnam market, is part of the Deloitte Global network. Deloitte Vietnam has more than 1,000 professional staff in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offices. He will be joined by Brian Wong, Chinese Services Group Director, Deloitte South East Asia.
The third speaker is Ngo Bao Loc, Sales Manager for Yusen Logistics which provides supply chain logistics services in 47 countries and regions.
She is joined by Billy Chan, Director of Xintechnology Electronics which specialises in the research, development, production and sales of sensor products. The company has multiple production plants in Mainland China and Vietnam.
Also speaking is Martin Wong, Sales Manager of Deep C Industrial Zone – an industrial cluster that launched in 1997 and is located at a strategic geographical location in northern Vietnam. The zone has successfully attracted more than 130 projects and formed an industry cluster that integrates logistics and warehousing, vehicle parts and electronic manufacturing industries.
WHEN: 24 March 3.15pm-5.30pm
WHO: Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council
WHY: Investors, manufacturers, importers and exporters should take a closer look at Vietnam, a huge market and one of the youngest and fastest-growing economies in ASEAN. It has favourable conditions for manufacturing with an abundant, young and highly educated labour force. Vietnam gives preferential treatment to investors in more than 300 industrial zones nationwide. The International Monetary Fund projects that the country will experience a strong rebound in economic growth in 2022, with a 6.6% rise in real GDP.
WHERE: Online webinar, register here
- Hong Kong
- Southeast Asia
- Hong Kong