Amidst the novel pandemic, Nestlé Vietnam shows its different way to combat, based on its sustainability objectives.
The “new normal” stage requires companies to fully focus on people aspect, to understand employees deeply, to share the same DNA with them, to find the right person more than right skills, and to grow the right quality more than to mine the right capacity.
Although Vietnam can sit on its advantages after Covid-19, the country should not let reforms slip its mind.
TheLEADER talks with Alma Resort’s general manager Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, an Austrian national who has 14 years' experience in Vietnam, to better understand the changes in the post Covid-19 tourism industry.
Organizations need more and more people who are able to think strategically but act tactically smoothly, servant leaders, cooperative leaders and local leaders.
There’s no secret at all for enterprises to achieve a leading position in a highly competitive market. One of the first steps is for a brand to speak and act authentically.
In the coming time, people working in media industry need to pay attention to the main trends in the world in order to constantly change and maximize their role.
Communication and public relations (PR) has always been considered difficult to evaluate effectiveness. The measurement of a media campaign’s results is now no longer limited by the number of articles (press clips) or monthly direct traffic.
Brand pork industries in Japan and the Philippines, which has only one and a few native pig resources respectively, are already developed and established. Whereas in Vietnam, there is still a rich diversity of resources to be exploited.
As the Covid-19 epidemic is taking heavy toll on the global economy, Sun Group chairman Dang Minh Truong talks about the company’s losses and recommends various measures to restore the tourism industry.
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