Covid-19 has revealed, and even deepened the skills gaps between the current skills and what required to deliver an agile fit-for-the-future business strategy, stated a PwC Vietnam senior executive. To build resilience and emerge stronger through this health crisis, businesses in Vietnam need to rethink business structure, embrace digitalisation, and engage the workforce in a more sustainable way, according to Dinh Thi Quynh Van, general director of PwC Vietnam. Dinh Thi Quynh Van, general director of PwC Vietnam. Ms. Van made the suggestion at the Vietnam Business Summit (VBS), one of Vietnam's largest international business events organized annually by the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) on November 12. Under the theme "Digitized Vietnam: Toward Resilient Responsive and Sustainable Development", the summit provided a platform for leaders from both the public and private sectors to engage in an open dialog on the development of key sectors, share experiences of businesses who have found success in Vietnam, and discuss investment opportunities in the digital era. This year the event received participation of around 300 representatives from the business community in Vietnam and foreign investors. Against the backdrop of Covid-19, the summit program covered three key areas: Vietnam’s investment climate and… Read full this story
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