HSU AND AMCHAM ORGANIZE WORKSHOP ON “ROAD TO ECONOMIC GROWTH”

On November 8, 2022, Hoa Sen University (HSU) in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AmCham) and a number of American multinational corporations jointly organized the seminar titled “Road to Economic Growth”.

The seminar gathers experts from government and multinational companies from the US

This is a thematic activity followed by a series of knowledge-sharing workshops for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Vietnam with the aim of providing information on the domestic economy recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic. It also helps SMEs community overcome difficulties and turn challenges into opportunities to develop the domestic economy.

Dr. Phan Vo Minh Thang, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, HSU emphasized the fact that the global economy has been heavily affected by the pandemic for over 2 years, and now continues to face the risk of an inflection crisis, energy scarcity in many parts of the world. Also, broken-down supply chains, high raw material prices, a big number of bankrupt businesses, and a high percentage of unemployment is becoming critical issue currently.

“Therefore, the presence of keynote speakers from diverse backgrounds will contribute to the success of the seminar.”, said Dr. Phan Vo Minh Thang.

Dr. Phan Vo Minh Thang, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business

At the conference, hundreds of representatives of SMEs participated both at the Hoa Sen University auditorium and virtually to listen to sharing from experts of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Hoa Sen University, Amazon Global Selling Vietnam, UL Solutions Vietnam, MasterCard and Meta.

The event was followed by thousands of businesses both offline and online

Mr. Huynh Kim Tuoc, Vice Chairman of the Division of Digital Economy & Technology (AmCham), said that Amcham and its members are willing to accompany Vietnam’s SMEs in order to overcome the impact of COVID-19 for sustainable business development.

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