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.
Holding many advantages that can help attract well-heeled visitors, this is the right time for Binh Thuan province' s tourism to wake up after years of sleeping.
Vietnam needs to have a more ambitious strategy with breakthrough thinking to elevate tourism industry to a new impetus for economic growth.
If Vietnamese businesses know how to seize the opportunity from EVIPA and EVFTA they will succeed in investment cooperation with EU investors.
This is the time to install a filter to select foreign investors who are truly qualified, environmentally friendly and socially Vietnamese.
Resolution No. 50-NQ/TW issued by the Politburo on August 20, 2019 will promote activities of attracting and using foreign investment in Vietnam in the coming period in the right way, while encouraging and ensuring the interests of foreign investors.
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