Ho Chi Minh City, 2019 – AusCham Vietnam has announced winners of the 2019 Australian Business Awards.

On the Friday night, 8 March 2019, a wonderful night to recognize Australian connected businesses and individuals operating in Vietnam at the highest level, to acknowledge the award winners, along with category finalists for the contributions and excellence that they contribute to the business community in Vietnam. In addition, AusCham Vietnam celebrated the International Women Day with The Women in Business Keynote Speech by Ms Van Dinh (General Director, PWC Vietnam), sponsored by BlueScope.

2019 is the second consecutive year that AusCham Vietnam has held the Australian Business Awards, since resuming the awards, to recognize Australian connected businesses operating in Vietnam at the highest level.

From the significant number of nominations received from Australian -connected business in Vietnam who nominated for the Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Best Consumer Brand, Best Emerging Business and Business Excellence Award, the short-listed finalists were selected that best met the criteria set out for each of the award categories.

To ensure this, our Judging Panel, representing an important connection between the Australian and Vietnamese business communities, went to great lengths to explore the endeavors of each-and-every nominee to identify who deserves acknowledgement for their outstanding performance.

AusCham Vietnam would like to congratulate to the winners for each award categories as below:
1. Award for Innovation: Midway Metals
2. Award for CSR: Banyan Tree Lang Co
3. Award for Best Consumer Brand: RMIT University Vietnam
4. Award for Best Emerging Business: Tiến Thịnh International Migration & Investment
5. Award for Business Excellence: Norfolk Group

AusCham proudly thanks to all these big supporters for the ABA including BlueScope, Curran Daly & Associates, Australian Government (DFAT), CPA Australia, Asia Counsel, Mavin Group, TTI Migration & Investment Consulting, Victorian Government, Curran Daly & Associates, Rada Vietnam and Heart of Darkness