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Bringing Vietnam’s rich coffee traditions to the world and the world’s most modern production techniques to Vietnam, Nestlé Vietnam is striving to place the coffee sector on a firm path to sustainability. To mark the 10th anniversary of the NESCAFÉ plan, Binu Jacob, CEO of Nestlé Vietnam, shared with VIR’s Hoang Anh how the initiative has revitalised ageing coffee plantations and improved farmers livelihoods across the country.
Businesses aspire to reap the benefits of the digital age. Going digital is not just a trend; it has become an integral part of the digital economy. In this increasingly digitised world, one could say that data is the new currency. And digital trust – the level of confidence in people, processes, and technology – is the backbone of the digital economy.
With the advantage of being one of the largest local banks in Vietnam, well-equipped with in-depth knowledge of the country’s business and regulations, VietinBank is determined to become the local bank for international businesses. The bank is also amongst the licensed banks that provides investment capital account services for international investors.
Not losing sight of its sustainability objectives even amidst the vagaries of the global pandemic, Nestlé Vietnam has been placing top priority on helping employees, partners, and communities to weather the storm. Binu Jacob, CEO at Nestlé Vietnam, talked with VIR’s Hoang Anh about the corporation’s efforts to promote sustainability on all levels.
Aside from strong determination, Vietnam needs to make great strides before it can grow into a trustworthy venue for foreign investors, especially in the context that fresh opportunities are on the horizon, promising a new wave of investment.
As you reach the age considered the “golden years” of human life, with successful career behind you, a fulfilling family, and the freedom to enjoy every peaceful moment of relaxation, how would you like your days to be?
The Vietnamese government is looking to take the country towards relying less on cash when making purchases. Dang Tuyet Dung, Visa country manager for Vietnam and Laos, talked to VIR’s Hoang Anh about the potential future of a cashless society for the country.
Being passionate about sustainability for decades, AkzoNobel has long pursued a sustainable journey on three key pillars: people, plane, and paint. By developing sustainably and comprehensively, AkzoNobel is aiming to not only provide its customers with products that meet their needs, but also to contribute to the community as well as environment more fresh and livable spaces.
The next generation is ready to take the baton at Vietnamese family businesses, putting to the task their fresh ideas. However, many of them feel discouraged by the lack of opportunities for advancement and career development at these family businesses. Hoang Hung, Entrepreneurial and Private Business leader at PwC Vietnam, discusses with VIR’s Hoang Anh this conflict highlighted by PwC’s latest report.
The creation of a public-private collaboration to combat plastic waste in Vietnam has been agreed on via the inking of an MoU between the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Unilever Vietnam International Co., Ltd., Dow Chemical Co., Ltd. Vietnam, and SCG.