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  • 30
    [Co-host] Overview of the Government’s support policies for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19
    September 30, 2021 10:00 am - September 30, 2021 11:15 am

    Singapore Business Group HCMC (SBG), in collaboration with KPMG Vietnam and fellow chambers, will be organizing the webinar “Overview of the Government’s support policies for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19” on Thursday, September 30th, 2021.

     

    Singapore Business Group HCMC (SBG), in collaboration with KPMG Vietnam and fellow chambers, will be organizing the webinar “Overview of the Government’s support policies for businesses and individuals affected by COVID-19” on Thursday, September 30th, 2021.

    * Webinar details:

    Date: Thursday, September 30th, 2021

    Time: 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM (GMT+7)

    Duration: 75 mins

    Speakers: Phan Hoai Nam – Director, Tax and Legal Service

     

    Tentative Agenda:

    10:00 AM – 10:10 AM: Introduction about SBG and Speakers from SBG Host

    10:10 AM – 11:00 AM: Overview of the Government’s support policies for businesses and individuals affected by Covid-19:

    – Macro-economic performance and state budget collection in 2021

    – Cost-cutting supports

    – Exemption/suspension of statutory contributions

    – Cash supports

    – Credit supports

    – Tax supports

    – Deductibility of expenses relating to Covid-19 and vaccination

    11:00 AM – 11:15 AM: Q&A

    11:15 AM                     : Webinar ends

  • 29
    TOWN HALL WEBINAR
    September 29, 2021 5:00 pm - September 29, 2021 6:30 pm

    Join us on 29th of September for another “Town Hall Webinar” where you can hear updates on the current situation in Vietnam in relation to trade, climate change, healthcare and much more.

    The event welcomes HMA Gareth Ward and HMCG Emily Hamblin who will address topics surrounding the Covid-19 situation in Vietnam, vaccination for British citizens, the future of the vaccination passport, and Vietnam entry / exit.

    Join us on 29th of September for another “Town Hall Webinar” where you can hear updates on the current situation in Vietnam in relation to trade, climate change, healthcare and much more.

    The event welcomes HMA Gareth Ward and HMCG Emily Hamblin who will address topics surrounding the Covid-19 situation in Vietnam, vaccination for British citizens, the future of the vaccination passport, and Vietnam entry / exit.

    Webinar details are as follows:

    Date: Wednesday, 29th September, 2021

    Time: 17:00 – 18:30 (VN time) / 11:00 – 12:30 (UK time)

  • 28
    Webinar No.1 – ACHIEVING NET ZERO, CARBON MARKETS AND THEIR ROLE IN REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, PERSPECTIVES FROM VIETNAM AND THE ASIA REGION
    September 28, 2021 3:00 pm - September 28, 2021 4:00 pm

    Standard Chartered Bank – BritCham Sustainability Webinar Series:

    Webinar No.1 – ACHIEVING NET ZERO, CARBON MARKETS AND THEIR ROLE IN REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, PERSPECTIVES FROM VIETNAM AND THE ASIA REGION

    Organisations have increasingly joined the sustainability movement in large numbers as an initiative towards sustainable development and healthy living. Conversations around carbon neutrality – with a focus on becoming ‘net-zero’ – have been circulating in recent years, promising businesses a solution to combat climate issues.

    The concept of carbon neutrality was first strengthened by the Paris Agreement in 2015, whose main goal was to limit global warming and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By adopting the initiative, corporates help forge a greener future through investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or sustainability projects that balance out carbon emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

    Standard Chartered Bank – BritCham Sustainability Webinar Series:

    Webinar No.1 – ACHIEVING NET ZERO, CARBON MARKETS AND THEIR ROLE IN REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, PERSPECTIVES FROM VIETNAM AND THE ASIA REGION

    Organisations have increasingly joined the sustainability movement in large numbers as an initiative towards sustainable development and healthy living. Conversations around carbon neutrality – with a focus on becoming ‘net-zero’ – have been circulating in recent years, promising businesses a solution to combat climate issues.

    The concept of carbon neutrality was first strengthened by the Paris Agreement in 2015, whose main goal was to limit global warming and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. By adopting the initiative, corporates help forge a greener future through investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or sustainability projects that balance out carbon emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.

    Six years into the Agreement, and the efforts were proven fruitful as more than 115 countries have submitted a new or updated NDC (Nationally determined contributions) and 6,000 major corporates have pledged to reduce gas emissions. In 2019, Britain became the first G7 country to pass net-zero emission laws, urging leaders worldwide to follow suit. As technological progress further advances and the cost of renewable energy has declined over the years, going green is no longer seen as a trade-off for economic growth, especially in Asian booming economies. In its latest discussion with COP26 President Alok Sharma, Vietnam has affirmed its goal to reach net-zero emissions in the near future, with a heavy emphasis on sustainable consumption and the green transition process in all economic sectors.

    ‘Achieving Net Zero, Carbon Markets and Their Role in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Perspectives from Vietnam and the Asia Region’ is the first webinar in a series of events co-organised by Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) and British Chamber of Commerce Vietnam (BritCham) to promote sustainable development in Vietnam and the application of ESG among businesses. This will support participating businesses and organisations devise effective strategies for their sustainable development. These events will involve key relevant stakeholders from the government, regulators and industry thought leaders.

    🔹We are delighted to share with you the complete speaker line-up for this event:

    – Michele Wee (Ms.) – CEO, Standard Chartered Bank Vietnam

    – Denzel Eades (Mr.) – Board Member, BritCham Vietnam & Managing Director, Pioneer International Consulting

    – H.E Gareth Ward (Mr.) – British Ambassador to Vietnam

    – Tang The Cuong (Mr.) – Director of Department of Climate Change, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

    – Chris Leeds (Mr.) – Executive Director, Carbon Market Development, Standard Chartered Bank

    – Nguyen Thi Bich Van (Ms.) – Chairwoman, Unilever Vietnam

    – Karen M. Westley (Ms.) – VP Carbon & Environment, Shell Global Solution

    🔹Event information:

    – Date and time: 03:00 – 04:00PM, Tuesday, 28 September 2021

    – Platform: online via Zoom                   – Language: English (with Vietnamese interpretation available)

    Register now at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WNi6QM12AtSCCeKtOvCf9wug

    For direct consultation, kindly contact us via 📞 0938 975 403 or 📩 email [email protected]

    *No entry fee required. The invite link will be sent to your email upon successful registration.

    *There will be media joining the event

  • 28
    [Co-host] Blockchain Technology and its potential of revolutionising various industries
    September 28, 2021 10:30 am - September 28, 2021 12:00 pm

    2021 unlocked the true potential of blockchain technologies adoption, NFT and DEFI. With the continuous improvement, the adoption rate of DEFI, NFT, blockchain technologies will be tremendously increased, the total amount of existing global equity market is around $100 trillion dollar and the digital currency & blockchain technologies markets’ adoption are still in the early stage.

    2021 unlocked the true potential of blockchain technologies adoption, NFT and DEFI. With the continuous improvement, the adoption rate of DEFI, NFT, blockchain technologies will be tremendously increased, the total amount of the existing global equity market is around $100 trillion dollar and the digital currency & blockchain technologies markets’ adoption is still in the early stage.

    Similarly, NFT fever is spreading globally, especially in real estate, metaverse, games, and IP copyrights. Asia-Pacific investors’ interest in cryptographic digital products is rising. Simultaneously, a new generation of creators proficient in digital technology is emerging and pushing this emerging category in new directions. The era of DEFI+NFT and blockchain technologies has arrived, and new markets are beginning to gain momentum.

    In this context, Bholdus is aiming to build a platform for NFT&DEFI, blockchain technology innovation as a service and businesses connecting the Asia-Pacific and global markets. The webinar gathers the world’s most thoughtful leaders of NFT & DEFI, blockchain technologies, regulators, the most far-sighted international investors, the most potential emerging startup, and the most disruptive creator to jointly educate and share the latest technology, future regulatory framework and strategic cooperation plans, explore the cooperation opportunities in the Asia-Pacific market, and discuss the latest trends and future of DEFI&NFT & blockchain technologies applied in different industries.

    The details are as follows:

    Date: Tuesday, 28 Sept 2021

    Time: 10:30AM – 12:00PM (GMT+7) | 11:30AM – 01:00PM (GMT+8)

    Admission fee: Complimentary ticket

    *This webinar will be conducted in English and using Zoom meeting

    *The registration email will be shared with the presenters

    Further details can be found at the flyer below, if you can’t view the flyer, please click here

  • 20
    COVID-19: Reconfiguring the critical care in the hospital & community – knowledge exchange with the UK
    September 20, 2021 7:00 pm - September 20, 2021 8:00 pm
    [The British Embassy in Vietnam x NHS Webinar]
    With the overloaded number of Covid-19 patients at hospitals as well as medical facilities, the initiative to support monitoring and caring for COVID-19 patients at home, also known as ‘[email protected]’, has contributed to the decrease in the number of ICUs by 50% and the average 30-day mortality rate by 70%.
    In this light, The British Embassy in Vietnam in collaboration with the National Health Service (NHS) is hosting an event called: “COVID-19: Reconfiguring the critical care in the hospital & community – knowledge exchange with the UK” and BritCham is honoured to be the trusted partner to promote this event.
    [The British Embassy in Vietnam x NHS Webinar]
    With the overloaded number of Covid-19 patients at hospitals as well as medical facilities, the initiative to support monitoring and caring for COVID-19 patients at home, also known as ‘[email protected]’, has contributed to the decrease in the number of ICUs by 50% and the average 30-day mortality rate by 70%.
    In this light, The British Embassy in Vietnam in collaboration with the National Health Service (NHS) is hosting an event called: “COVID-19: Reconfiguring the critical care in the hospital & community – knowledge exchange with the UK” and BritCham is honoured to be the trusted partner to promote this event.
    We have the honour of welcoming distinguished health experts from the UK. Our guests will discuss:
    🔹 Workforce planning and development;
    🔹 Applying technology in monitoring and treatment; reorganising hospitals;
    🔹 Delivering safe and effective care in the community setting;
    🔹 UK – Viet Nam collaboration: Research and innovation in clinical practice in Ho Chi Minh City
    We invite representatives of regulatory agencies, healthcare experts, journalists, policy researchers, and members of the public who are interested to join the webinar:
    ⏰ Time: Monday, 20 September 2021
    ▪ 7:00 PM (Viet Nam time)
    ▪ 1:00 PM (UK time)
    📣 Register to join via Zoom: http://ow.ly/rpPx50Gadvd
    >> Click ‘Going’ on our event page to receive updated alerts: https://fb.me/e/21MnckIwk
    The session will be conducted in English and Vietnamese. Please submit your questions in advance to the event page if you have any!
  • 16
    [Webinar] A Discussion on the Practicalities of Entering and Staying in Vietnam to Work
    September 16, 2021 10:30 am - September 16, 2021 11:30 am

    Decree 152 concerning the management of foreigners working in Vietnam has brought challenges to employers relative to the Vietnam Work Permit landscape with crucial consequences for companies seeking to send their employees into the country and extend current assignments, especially during the current global pandemic and Vietnams fight against the delta variant of COVID-19.

    The AusCham and BritCham webinar speakers will explain the recent changes to the work permit law and how they affect expatriates, especially in the education sector. They will give practical advice on what to do in individual circumstances and will discuss the efforts being made with the government to improve the application process.

    This is a must-attend event for all foreign workers to understand the changes and understand how to navigate the new laws.

    Decree 152 concerning the management of foreigners working in Vietnam has brought challenges to employers relative to the Vietnam Work Permit landscape with crucial consequences for companies seeking to send their employees into the country and extend current assignments especially during the current global pandemic and Vietnams fight against the delta variant of COVID-19.

    The AusCham and BritCham webinar speakers will explain the recent changes to the work permit law and how they affect expatriates, especially in the education sector. They will give practical advice on what to do in individual circumstances and will discuss the efforts being made with the government to improve the application process.

    This is a must-attend event for all foreign workers to understand the changes and understand how to navigate the new laws.

  • 15
    CHANGE MANAGEMENT: THE KEY TO BUILDING FUTURE RESILIENCE
    September 15, 2021 10:00 am - September 15, 2021 11:00 am

    #WebinarAlert #ChangeManagement #ChangeNow

    Individuals and organisations across all sectors are experiencing significant change with restrictions and new formats of working and learning.

    Join us to explore how organisations can create or adapt change plans to build & maintain engagement from members of the organisation; to move to new styles and methods of working and how to manage these large changes within an organisation through communication, planning and more.

    Chris Jeffery, BritCham Chair, will be speaking at the event. 

    Event info>>>

    Topic: CHANGE MANAGEMENT: THE KEY TO BUILDING FUTURE RESILIENCE

    📆Date: 15 September 2021

    ⏰Time: 4:30pm – 5:30 pm (Vietnam time) 

    👉Registration link: https://cbreemail.com/cv/a2a97364ea7e3e2b2b58c55e0cd325e5181a855c

    📩For further information, please contact Ms. Linh at [email protected]

    #WebinarAlert #ChangeManagement #ChangeNow

    Individuals and organisations across all sectors are experiencing significant change with restrictions and new formats of working and learning.

    Join us to explore how organisations can create or adapt change plans to build & maintain engagement from members of the organisation; to move to new styles and methods of working and how to manage these large changes within an organisation through communication, planning and more.

    Chris Jeffery, BritCham Chair, will be speaking at the event. 

    Event info>>>

    Topic: CHANGE MANAGEMENT: THE KEY TO BUILDING FUTURE RESILIENCE

    📆Date: 15 September 2021

    ⏰Time: 10:00am – 11:00 am (Vietnam time) 

    👉Registration link: https://cbreemail.com/cv/a2a97364ea7e3e2b2b58c55e0cd325e5181a855c

    📩For further information, please contact Ms. Linh at [email protected]

     

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