Vietnamese executives learned about climate and environmentally friendly cultivation and processing methods from Germany during visits to German companies as part of the Manager Training Programme – and made promising business contacts in the process.
This year, the alumni networking event was under the title of “Green Transformation: New Impetus for German-Vietnamese Cooperation”. This was reflected in the keynote speech by Manuel Palz, Deputy Head of Division for the Manager Training Programme at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, and in various workshops. Continue reading
How can small and medium sized enterprises in Germany keep up with competition despite high employment costs and a lack of resources? Through innovations, efficient processes and the highest quality demands – as 19 Vietnamese managers now know, after their four week-stay at GICON-InTraBiD GmbH in Dresden. Continue reading
Germany and Vietnam are extending their partnership in the framework of the Manager Training Programme until 2021. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Peter Altmaier, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, and Nguyen Chi Dung, Minister of Planning and Investment, in Hanoi on 25 March 2019. Continue reading
At Leopold Kostal GmbH & Co. KG in Lüdenscheid, MP participants from Vietnam familiarised themselves with the HR strategy of an international family business. The company, which was founded in 1912 and is still in the Kostal family’s hands, is run according to the principles of equity financing, long-term profitability, global integration and organic growth. Continue reading
Anh Nguy was 27 when she participated in the Manager Training Programme (MP). The MBA graduate was working as a project manager at a German business consultancy based in Ho Chi Minh City, a metropolis with eight million inhabitants situated in the south of Vietnam. She established her own business in her early 30s. The MP helped her to make this jump, Anh Nguy says today. Continue reading
Digitalisation increasingly takes hold of the German healthcare sector. MP participants from Belarus, India, Mongolia, Russia, Ukraine and Vietnam learned about the impact on medical facilities and how the quality of care is being enhanced and resources saved in the process. Continue reading
Germany is one of the world’s top locations for innovation. “Made in Germany” is a reli-able quality certification. However, Germany is not resting on its laurels. It is constantly searching for new innovations and ways to increase efficiency, both in scientific re-search and industrial application. Continue reading