A strategically advantageous location, plenty of incentives, a large energetic work force of young and productive people – Vietnam is a key manufacturing location in Southeast Asia. In the last five years, Vietnam is attracting more technologically-advanced and higher value-added manufacturers in automotive, metal processing, electricity, proved by the presence of high-tech giants like Bosch, Intel, Samsung, Microsoft.

This free webinar is hosted by Long Hau Industrial Park and German Business Association. It will help you to determine if Vietnam is a suitable high-tech manufacturing location, if you should join the boom and position yourself in the country.

The webinar addresses:

  • Existing ecosystem for the industry: the good, the bad and the opportunity
  • Procedures to set up a high-tech manufacturing in high-tech parks.

Event detail:

  • Time & Date: 03:00 – 04:15 PM (GMT+7), Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
  • Type: Online Seminar (The join link will be sent upon registrations)
  • Language: English
  • Attendance fee: Free of charge

Speaker:

  • Phuong Huynh Lien – Director, Danang Investment Promotion Agency
  • Guru Mallikarjuna – Managing Director, Bosch Vietnam
  • Hieu Bui – Corporate Development Director, Long Hau Corporation
  • Huyen Nguyen – Investment Consultant, Long Hau Corporation – Moderator

Agenda:

03:00 – 03:10 PM

Opening Remark

Overview of Vietnam’s high-tech manufacturing sector

Moderator

03:10 – 03:25 PM

Presentation

An Insight into policies, infrastructure & labor force

Da Nang Investment Promotion Agency

03:35 – 03:50 PM

Presentation

Discovering new investment models

Long Hau Corporation

03:35 – 03:50 PM

Presentation

How technology transforms our manufacturing

Bosch Vietnam

03:50 – 04:10 PM

Discussion & Q&A session

Is Vietnam a high-tech manufacturing go-to destination?

04:10 – 04:15 PM:

Closing

 

Registration detail: Please click here to register, by August 23rd 2020.

For any further information, please contact: phuong.dta@longhau.com.vn

Mobile phone: (+84) 932 751 900 – Ms. Phuong