Forbes Vietnam Business Forum 2017


Recent political earthquakes around the world are reshaping the way we do business among countries, most recently the turnaround of TPPs and trade relationships between the US, the world’s largest economy, and other markets including Vietnam. Industrial Revolution 4.0 and the rise of new technologies, from data mining to Internet of Things, is disrupting business worldwide.

Against this backdrop, the business sector in Vietnam is at the best position to thrive and reach its full potential in decades. After two decades of capitalization and building its capacity, companies can tap on opportunities not just at home market but also regional and international markets. They also can leap if they can make the most of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 – the current trend of automation and data exchanges. The challenges lie at having the best strategy to embrace opportunities in this fast changing world.

To address the challenges, discuss opportunities and exchange ideas that could help businesses to make the most of the changes, Forbes Vietnam’s Business Vietnam 2017, under the theme EMBRACING A CHANGING WORLD, will focus on discussions about: Defining the new reality, Prepare leadership for the next generation, Strategies for a changing world.

Forbes Vietnam Business Forum 2017 will take place at Ho Chi Minh City, 14 September 2017. Delegate attendance is limited to the qualified titles: usually Chairman, Vice Chairman, CEO, President, C suite and Director level from Vietnam and global company.

Event: Forbes Vietnam Business Forum 2017
Date: 14 September 2017
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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– The Event participation fee is VND 11.000.000 / person includes dinner, event documents and 10% VAT

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