Biz Cafe May 2014: Investment in Agricultural Development

Biz Cafe May 2014: Investment in Agricultural Development

Topic: Biz Cafe May 2014 - Investment in Agricultural Development Guest: Mr. Nguyen Son Vien, managing director of Hoffmann & Partners, an investment fund specializing in agriculture Time: Saturday, May 17, 2.30pm Venue: VinaCapital, 6 Temasek Boulevard #42-01, Suntec Tower 4. Singapore 038986

F&B Startups in Singapore – Wrap&Roll and Ha Noi Pho

F&B Startups in Singapore – Wrap&Roll and Ha Noi Pho

This event was organized by Vietnam2020 Enterprise Family Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm, Saturday, 12 April 2014 Location: Nus Enterprise Incubator, 5 Prince George’s Park, Singapore 118404, Singapore Many Vietnamese entrepreneurs and investors think F&B is the easiest to start up and seek to open their own Vietnamese restaurants/ cafes in Singapore. This is deadly wrong! There is an enormous difference between knowing that… Read more →

Polaris Talk: Hi-Tea with Marketing Gurus

Polaris Talk: Hi-Tea with Marketing Gurus

Marketing, a discipline that covers a wide range of career possibilities and makes many wonder about what it actually entails in a working environment and current trends. In March 2014, Polaris Family has invited speakers from NUS, P&G and Millward Brown to enlighten our audience on this subject. Dr. Tuan Phan started off with an introduction of Big Data and… Read more →

Polaris Workshop: The Pitch

Polaris Workshop: The Pitch

The Pitch workshop, organized by Polaris Family in February 2014, aimed to brush up interview and CV writing skills of Vietnamese students. It was our great pleasure to invite Ms Jessie Nguyen and Ms Tran Nguyen Hoang Lan to conduct the training to 15 students coming from different universities. There have been many workshops conducted in schools to help the… Read more →

“Connecting Business 2.0” organized by Enterprise Family

Connecting Business

Established in 2007, Enterprise Family (EF) – Vietnam2020 is a platform for Vietnamese entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and businessmen in Singapore to meet, network and explore potential business opportunities. With the strong collaboration with premier business associations in both Singapore and Vietnam, such as Singapore Business Group (SBG) and Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Vietnam2020 Enterprise Family has organized various events and networking sessions to promote strategic partnerships among leading businesses in Vietnam, Singapore and beyond. Last year, our “Gathering Talents, Connecting Business” event attracted more than 20 top Vietnamese businesses and 300 professionals in Singapore.

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This year, “Connecting Business 2.0”, organized by EF, with the support from the Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (SVCA), focuses on promoting Information Technology (IT), Healthcare and Consumer Goods industry. This event will provide the platform to connect the best businesses and start-ups from Vietnam with potential private equity and venture capital funds in Singapore – the Silicon Valley of South East Asia.

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Tọa đàm với Tiến Sĩ sử học Nguyễn Nhã về Biển Đông - Hoàng Sa - Trường Sa

Tọa đàm với Tiến Sĩ sử học Nguyễn Nhã về Biển Đông – Hoàng Sa – Trường Sa

Tiến sĩ Nguyễn Nhã, một nhà sử học với nhiều nghiên cứu về đề tài Hoàng Sa & Trường Sa, có chuyến công tác tại Singapore, Vietnam2020 thân mời các anh chị em đến tham dự buổi đối thoại do ông làm diễn giả với chủ đề “Cơ sở lịch sử và pháp lý của Việt Nam với Biển Đông… Read more →

Vietnam2020 – Dialogue with Mr. Phan Quoc Viet – CEO Tam Viet

Vietnam2020 attended a Conversation on Singapore's Population Policy with Dr. Paul Cheung and Prof. Linda Lim

Vietnam2020 attended a Conversation on Singapore’s Population Policy with Dr. Paul Cheung and Prof. Linda Lim

Dr. Gunter Dufey – Professor Emeritus of Corporate Strategy of University of Michigan and Mr Tran Hoang Thanh – President of Vietnam2020 The single most important issue facing Singapore today is its population—arguably too slowly-growing indigenously to maintain a desired rate of economic growth, too densely-packed for environmental and social sustainability, too dependent on large-scale foreign inputs for cultural and… Read more →

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