C.P. Vietnam in top 10 sustainable business list for manufacturing

Published: 12/10/2020

C.P. Vietnam Corporation was honoured at the Top 10 Sustainable Companies Awards 2020 in the manufacturing category in Hanoi.

TRAPHACO IS HORNORED IN THE ANNOUNCEMENT CEREMONY OF SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS IN VIETNAM 2020

Published: 12/10/2020

On December 10, 2020, at the Announcement Ceremony of Sustainable Business in Vietnam held by the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD), Traphaco JSC continues to be honored as a Sustainable Business in 2020.

SAMSUNG VIETNAM LAUNCHES LARGE-SCALE BLOOD DONATION PROGRAM WHILE ENSURING SAFETY AGAISNT THE PANDEMIC

Published: 12/3/2020

The program is an annual event, organized by Samsung Vietnam in collaboration with the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion, Steering Committee on Voluntary Blood Donation, The Red Cross Association of Bac Ninh and Thai Nguyen provinces since 2010. At the same time, today's event is also part of a chain of activities in response to the "Red Sunday" program initiated by Tien Phong Newspaper to overcome the shortage of blood for emergency and treatment during the Lunar New Year.

SAMSUNG VIETNAM FACTORIES AND EMPLOYEES DONATED VND 5 BILLION TO THE FLOOD-HIT CENTRAL PROVINCES

Published: 11/14/2020

Factories and employees of Samsung Vietnam donated VND 5 billion to support residents in the central provinces affected by floods in recent times. The donation was given through the Fatherland Front Committees of Bac Ninh, Thai Nguyen and partly delivered directly by Samsung to people in flooded areas.

The PAN Group focuses all its resources to implement the program "Towards the Central region"

Published: 11/1/2020

Understanding the difficulties and damages that the people in the Central region are suffering because of floods and storms, The PAN Group organized the CSR program “Towards the Central region” to support local people. The program happened from October 30 to November 1 with the participation of the whole group, its member companies, SSI Securities JSC and Co Son volunteer group. The program is part of a big plan to support people in the Central region to overcome difficulties and overcome consequences of natural disasters.

SAMSUNG MULTI-STAKEHOLDER FORUM 2020: “MANAGING CRISIS IN A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE MANNER: EXPERIENCE SHARING FROM COPING WITH COVID-19 PANDEMIC”

Published: 10/29/2020

The Samsung Vietnam Multi-Stakeholder Forum 2020 is an initiative of the Samsung Vietnam Consortium, which has been held annually in Vietnam since 2018, to connect the knowledge, enthusiasm, resources, and energy of all stakeholders, including policymakers, non-governmental organizations, social organizations, experts, researchers, and businesses. Through this annual event, ideas, solutions, and initiatives are shared and discussed, from which inspiration for action and positive energy are spread, contribute to solving important issues of Vietnamese society effectively.

Dow Vietnam Collaborated with Partners to Promote Advocacy and Education to Tackle Plastics Waste issue in Phu Yen

Published: 10/24/2020

Saturday, October 24, 2020, in Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province, Dow Chemical Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Dow Vietnam) and the Centre for Supporting Green Development (GreenHub) collaborated with local government authorities to host a program "Communication and Education on Tackling Plastics Waste issue in Phu Yen." This program included a series of activities: beach clean-up and monitoring marine plastics waste, collecting coastal waste database and the contest of "Green School - Blue Sea" and taking commitment of “School Zero Waste” model.

INSEE VIETNAM WAS HONORED IN "TOP 100 VIETNAM BEST PLACES TO WORK 2020"

Published: 10/22/2020

On October 22nd, INSEE Vietnam is proud to be honored in "Top 100 Vietnam Best Places to Work 2020" at the announcement ceremony held by Anphabe in HCMC. This is the result of an annual survey conducted by Anphabe collaborate with market research firm INTAGE under the auspices of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) to measure Employee Brand Attractiveness.

Dow Vietnam joined hands with local province to clean up the beach

Published: 10/7/2020

The Vietnamese government is currently putting an ambitious goal of reducing marine plastic leakage by 75 percent by 2030. To make it happen, building a plastic circular economy is one of the solutions that Vietnam is following. Also, the public awareness enhancement and behavior change education are very important works.