Zero emissions, zero waste, and zero inequality are what make Verena Siow, president and managing director of SAP Southeast Asia proud of the development journey of the German software giant over the past 50 years.
Making digital transformation towards a sustainable business model is inevitable to create disruptive changes for the companies themselves and values for the whole society as well.
Hundreds of participants join the webinar co-organized by the China-ASEAN Business Alliance (CABA) and the Vietnam Association of Corporate Directors (VACD) to learn about digital strategies and governance frameworks from digital transformation journeys and transformative business models.
At the conference to kick off the National Action Plan on circular economy, UNDP Viet Nam resident representative Caitlin Wiesen shared some recommendations for Vietnam to drive forward a circular economy for net zero.
Brands are turning to push notifications and in-app messages to drive and optimize customer engagement.
The headline fiscal deficit is projected to widen moderately this year.
Vietnam is recovering strongly with the economy is shifting from survival mode to growth mode. However, if Vietnam is to reach its full potential in the coming years, it will have to effectively navigate a number of global mega-trends that will shape its future, according to CEO of HSBC Vietnam Tim Evans.
Gender inequity is a complex and layered challenge. Diversity goals or women leadership initiatives alone are often not enough to close the gaps.
HSBC remains positive about the prospects of Vietnam’s stock market in 2022 as well as in the long term. HSBC Global Research forecasts VN-Index will reach 1,850 points in 2022.
On the first days of lunar year 2022, TheLEADER had a talk with David Lapetina, Operations director of Tibco Software Vietnam about his life in Vietnam. The businessman has lived and worked in the country for more than ten years, and now has a happy family with a Vietnamese woman.
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