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January 2018, Wk 3: Weekly Bullet Points from Exec. Dir., Phil Johns

January 2018, Wk 3: Weekly Bullet Points from Exec. Dir., Phil Johns

Weekly Bullet Points from the Executive Director, Phil Johns [18 January 2018]

Hanoi:

Dear Members and Friends

  • Next week on Thursday 25 January is Sundowners, on the eve of Australia Day. Please join in Hanoi and welcome AusCham’s new Hanoi Manager, Ms On Mai Sa.
  • AusCham is delighted to welcome Ms On Mai Sa, our new Hanoi Manager from Monday 22 January. Ms Sa has been working at the Ministry of Industry and Trade and has a Masters degree from the University of Queensland.
  • Watch David Whitehead, Chairman of Mavin Group speak about doing business in Dong Thap Province on this video. On 26 January, Hau Giang Province (Mekong) will speak in HCMC. On 1 Feb, Ha Giang Province (China border) will speak in Hanoi.
  • Thank you to the following renewing corporate members:British International School HCMC, Ernst & Young Vietnam, Hotel Nikko Saigon, Insearch Limited, Taylors. Also to the following new alumni and individual members: Anh Nguyen Ngoc Vu, Nguyen Canh Vinh, Thu Thao Pham and Truong Thi Thanh Thuy. Also to renewing corporates: Christina Noble Childrens Foundation and VinaCapital Foundation.

HCMC:

Dear Members and Friends

  • Tonight, the 2nd Annual Regional Chambers networking event at Reverie Saigon from 6.30pm is being cohosted by 12 business chambers, including AusCham.
  • Next week on Thursday 25 January is Sundowners, on the eve of Australia Day. Please join in Hanoi and HCMC.
  • On Saturday 28 January, the Australian Consulate General will host a Family Australia Day event at RMIT, D7. All welcome. Join the Australia Day Golf Tournament on 26 January in HCMC with proceeds going to Heart Reach Australia. Norfolk Hotel will also run an Australia Day Menu.
  • Watch David Whitehead, Chairman of Mavin Group speak about doing business in Dong Thap Province on this video. On 26 January, Hau Giang Province (Mekong) will speak in HCMC. On 1 Feb, Ha Giang Province (China border) will speak in Hanoi.
  • AusCham is delighted to welcome Ms On Mai Sa, our new Hanoi Manager from Monday 22 January. Ms Sa has been working at the Ministry of Industry and Trade and has a Masters degree from the University of Queensland. She will also join next week’s Sundowners event in Hanoi.
  • Thank you to the following renewing corporate members: British International School HCMC, Ernst & Young Vietnam, Hotel Nikko Saigon, Insearch Limited, Taylors. Also to the following new alumni and individual members: Anh Nguyen Ngoc Vu, Nguyen Canh Vinh, Thu Thao Pham and Truong Thi Thanh Thuy. Also to renewing corporates: Christina Noble Childrens Foundation and VinaCapital Foundation.

Below is an edited version of this week’s email newsletter. To view the Hanoi version, click here. To view the HCMC version, click here.

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