International Business Forum 2018

Đại học RMIT:

​Cơ sở Nam Sài Gòn

702 Nguyễn Văn Linh, P. Tân Phong, Quận 7, TP.HCM

(+84) 28 3776 1369

enquiries@rmit.edu.vn

​Cơ sở Hà Nội

521 Kim Mã, Quận Ba Đình

(+84) 24 3726 1460

hanoi.enquiries@rmit.edu.vn

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School of Business & Management

International Business Program

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International Business 
Forum 2018

Internationalisation of Vietnamese Firms:

What does it take?

HCMC

12 December 2018 (13:15 - 16:30)

RMIT Campus, Saigon South Campus

Hanoi

19 December 2018 (13:15 - 16:30)

RMIT Campus, Hanoi Campus

INTRODUCTION

Understanding the domestic business and policy environment is crucial for both foreign firms seeking to invest and Vietnamese firms seeking to internationalise. International Business Forum 2018 will be discussing:


1. Challenges to internationalising operations

2. Potential and future opportunities in regional and global markets

3. The role of government

4. Success stories from Vietnam and other countries

 
 
 

SPEAKERS

Hanoi

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Dr. Vo Tri Thanh

Former Deputy Head of CIEM  

Former Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister

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Ms. Ha Do

Senior Partner

KPMG Hanoi office

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Mr. Brian Mtonya

Senior Economist

World Bank

Dr. Nguyen Quang Trung

Discipline Lead of International Business, RMIT Vietnam

AGENDA

Hanoi

REGISTRATION (13:15 - 13:45) 

SESSION 1: PRESENTATIONS AND BRIEF Q&A (14:00 - 14:40)

A. Internationalisation of Firms: a conceptual model

An overview of theories and practices around the world and the common challenges facing firms when internationalising.

Dr Trung Nguyen and International Business Team

RMIT Vietnam

B. Experience from other countries 

Experience and lessons from certain nations that have successfully internationalised their firms.

Mr. Brian Mtonya

Senior Economist, World Bank

C. Regional and global economic integration of Vietnam

Dr VO TRI THANH

Former Deputy Head of CIEM (Central Institute of Economic Management)

Former Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister

SESSION 2: CEO EXPERIENCE & PANEL DISCUSSION (14:45 - 16:00)

 

Themes for discussion

  • Understanding the Internationalization of a Vietnamese firm 

  • Story about Internationalisation of a Foreign firm 

  • Roles of government

  • Domestic and international business environment 

Panelists

  • Dr Vo Tri Thanh (Economist & government advisor),  

  • Mr. Brian Mtonya (Senior Economist, World Bank)

  • Ms Ha Do (Senior Partner of KPMG – Hanoi) 

PANEL DISCUSSION 

This session brings together international business stakeholders (industry guest speakers, academic experts and policymakers) to facilitate the discussions on creating a Roadmap for Success in International Business in the context of Vietnam. Students, local and international firms together with the audiences can interact with experts to identify what makes the international business a success.

 

WHY ATTEND?

For students:

  • Obtain opinions and insights from renowned leaders from prominent companies to enhance your learning experience and see theories in action.

  • Listen to senior government advisors outline their vision for the future development and economic prosperity of Vietnam.

For organisations:

  • Inform and shape the minds of the business leaders of tomorrow by sharing your experiences and engaging with our students. 
     

  • Observe the successes of renowned companies, learn about cutting-edge business practices and government strategies to enhance the effectiveness of your organisation.

For Government: 

  • Inform and shape the minds of future leaders by sharing your experiences with our students.
     

  • Articulate the vision that the government has to ensure a prosperous future for Vietnam and its people. 
     

  • Engage with one of the leading universities in Vietnam and South-East Asia more broadly.

 

For Media: 

  • Showcase the strides Vietnam is making in economic progress both nationally and internationally.
     

  • Highlight success stories of Vietnamese businesses to Vietnamese and global community.

 
 

HCMC

13:15 - 16:30, Wednesday, 12 December 2018

RMIT Vietnam Saigon South Campus

702 Nguyen Van Linh, Tan Phong Ward, District 7.

Hanoi

13:15 - 16:30, Wednesday, 19 December 2018

RMIT Hanoi Campus

521 Kim Ma, Handi Resco Building, Ba Dinh District.