On the morning of September 24, 2022 at Rex Hotel Saigon, representative of EVNPECC3, Mr. Tran Quoc Dien – Deputy General Director attended the Announcement Ceremony of “The Best of Vietnam 2022 & Top Brands Asia – Pacific 2022” organized by the Journal of Intellectual Property & Creativity, Council of the Vietnam Business Associations, Asia Information Promotion Association (AIPA) in collaboration with related entities. Along with that there was the economic seminar of “Technological creativity, digital transformation and supply chain diversification”.
The set of evaluation criteria for the award of “The Best of Vietnam 2022 & Top Brands Asia – Pacific 2022” is made by the Voting Council based on international standards applied globally, and is improved specifically for enterprises.
Accordingly, enterprises are awarded certificates and approved based on 07 core criteria, including: Compliance with Vietnamese laws; brand and service construction, protection and development; quality management system, technical and scientific improvement; market and market share; revenue and profit; responsibility towards employees and society; commitment to operation and sustainable development.
In addition, depending on the business field of each enterprise, the Voting Council will have specific evaluation criteria: Capacity; Management Philosophy; Technological – Creative Activities; Financial Capacity; Human Resources; Marketing Strategy, etc.
On behalf of EVNPECC3, Mr. Tran Quoc Dien – Deputy General Director was honored to be awarded the certificate and the brand that was voted “The Best of Vietnam 2022”.
EVNPECC3 is proud to be an experienced brand in the energy field with the implementation of consulting and design in thermal power, hydroelectricity, wind power, solar power and transmission and distribution grid nationwide along with the trend of switching from traditional energy sources to clean and environmentally friendly energy sources in the spirit of Resolution No. 55-NQ/TW on orientations of Vietnam’s national energy development strategy to the year 2030, with the vision to 2045 of Politburo.
Although the world economy is undergoing complicated changes, Vietnam still persists in the policy of international economic integration and considers this an inevitable and objective trend. Facing such trend, the economic seminar of “Technological creativity, digital transformation and supply chain diversification” provided highlights in the economic integration policy of the Party and State as well as some opinions of experts and solutions for enterprises.
Nowadays, digital transformation is no longer an idea or vision of the future, it is a “must” to adapt to the 4.0 digital age. Accordingly, Vietnamese enterprises need to create their own development resilience, with the core being the digitization of enterprises in all aspects. Up to now, digital transformation has become a familiar concept for many enterprises, especially in the post-Covid-19 pandemic, digital transformation is a need, a survival solution to maintain and develop.
Mr. Luong Hoang Hung – Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Intellectual Property & Creativity said that for Vietnamese enterprises, the application of technologies as well as management must be compatible with existing resources. Without changing technology, it is impossible to change the method of operation, while every enterprise is gradually moving towards the digital economy.
Mr. Hung emphasized that: “The importance of the current economy develops in the direction of knowledge, but the knowledge economy depends largely on technology”.
In addition, there are sharing about management and work to help enterprises change management methods; sharing about the enterprises’ digital transformation experience from experts.