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Organisation:
  • World Trade Center Leeuwarden

Marktoriëntatie reis Vietnam

Wilt u uw zakelijke markt uitbreiden in het snelgroeiende Vietnam of bent u op zoek naar mogelijkheden tot outsourcen? Ga dan van zaterdag 26 november tot en met zaterdag 3… Read more

10 Đ. Mai Chí Thọ
Organisation:
  • Dutch Business Association In Vietnam (DBAV)
  • The Netherlands Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City

Hội Thảo Báo Cáo ESG

* ESG là thuât ngữ chi nhóm các vêu tó Môi truöng, Xà hôi và Quántri công ty trong dánh giá doanh nghiêp. Chỉ thị Báo cáo Phát triển Bền… Read more

10 Đ. Mai Chí Thọ
Organisation:
  • Dutch Business Association In Vietnam (DBAV)
  • The Netherlands Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City

ESG Reporting Workshops

The Europan Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) will be effective starting the 1st of January 2024. The directive will impact many companies originating or generating revenue in the European… Read more

Organisation:
  • ADCN - ASEAN Dutch Chamber Network
  • Dutch Business Association In Vietnam (DBAV)
  • ADB-DutchCham
  • Malaysian Dutch Business Council
  • Netherlands - Thai Chamber of Commerce
  • Dutch Business Network Indonesia (DBN)
  • DCCP - Dutch Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines

Pricing and promotions in times of uncertainty

Never let a good crisis go to waste!  For years inflation has been at historical lows in much of the world. In the space of the last 10 months, this has… Read more

New World Saigon Hotel
Organisation:
  • Dutch Business Association In Vietnam (DBAV)

Re-charging your team batteries for the final sprint of 2022

In the very last months of 2022, all Leaders/ Managers & their Organizations are running against the clock to reach the key medals of the year. Powerful techniques to re-charge… Read more

Organisation:
  • Task Force Health Care

ASEAN 5 | Health~Holland Digital Reconnect

Are you interested in learning more about the latest trends and developments in the Life Sciences & Health (LSH) sectors in Southeast Asia? Do you want to know more about… Read more

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DBAV: A Dutch-Vietnamese Business Platform That Empowers Your Business

The DBAV is a business network that offers support to ease doing business in Vietnam. We do that by aligning our mission with our partners. We work together with EuroCham, the Dutch government and Vietnamese partners, to make trade happen.

For SME members, we offer relevant events and a broad portfolio of business services. We can help with identifying business opportunities and assist in arranging meetings with Vietnamese customers online or offline, in English or in Vietnamese. For multinationals, we are particularly strong in helping them with advocacy to the local and national government authorities.

  • A thriving network of 150 businesses with interest in The Netherlands & Vietnam 
  • dialogue partner with the Vietnamese government 
  • We provide exclusive information on doing business in Vietnam 
  • Help market entrants with business license, back-office services and visa paperwork services.

Dutch enterprises & government stand shoulder to shoulder with Vietnam: 43 billion in donations

Undoubtedly, the (fourth wave of) Covid pandemic is the biggest crisis that has hit Vietnam after “The Great Renovation” that opened up Vietnam to the rest of the world. The government of the Netherlands and Dutch businesses in Vietnam offer a helping hand to the people of Vietnam with a combined donation of 43 billion VND through different public and private channels, consisting of:

  • Medical equipment and supplies (ventilators and patient monitors)
  • Vaccine fund contributions
  • Food contributions
  • Support to healthcare workers
  • Support to communities in need

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