The British Business Group Vietnam (“BBGV”), started as a luncheon club in 1991, was first licensed in 1998. BBGV was the first ever Foreign Business Group to obtain formal recognition in Vietnam. BBGV membership has risen to over 500. We pride ourselves on our friendliness and approachability.
BBGV Business Centre aims to facilitate better trade ties between British and Vietnamese companies via our trade services. We provide bespoke market research and support during visits to Vietnam though our chargeable Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS).
CanCham is a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen business and community relations for its members. With its origin dating back to 1994, CanCham has become one of the most active and dynamic business organizations in Vietnam, coordinating a broad array of social and business events that reach out to the entire population...
CEO Insights features interviews with leading international business experts who live and work in Vietnam. Many of the guests who are interviewed for CEO Insights have lived in Vietnam for more than 15-years and provide unique insights into Vietnam business across management, human resources, marketing, sales and technology. New programs every month!
"Change for Growth" is a conference for C-suite, Business Leaders and Management Boards to gain insights, share knowledge and discuss best practices with a variety of business leaders, from both Vietnam and the Southeast Asia region. It is hoped that the "Change for Growth" conference will serve as a platform for practical business information and discussions about issues and challenges that business leaders confront in Vietnam
Today, there are more women in executive and managerial positions than ever before, it brings increasing opportunities to impact major business arenas. The Executive Women program offering fresh insights into women’s life today and how they are presenting challenging ideas for creating a better workplace environment for everyone.
With an improved business environment and rising trade confidence index, Vietnam is now deemed to be one of the world’s most attractive destinations for foreign investors.
Market Watch Vietnam is the weekly program that brings you the latest news on property and real estate in Vietnam. Each week the staff of Jones Lang LaSalle Vietnam bring you key headline news items and insight that will help you to stay updated and in touch.
The event for people interested in advertising, brands, digital, marketing and media. Our event will include speakers who are experts in their industries who will each speak for 15 – 20 minutes, with a moderated question and answer session.
Exchange rates, inflation and a changing labor force are all having a profound effect on China’s economy, leading to slowing growth rates, both in exports and in the country’s escalating GDP. In this show, the Airport Economist takes a look at some of the international macroeconomic consequences of China’s uncertain future outlook...
The Buzz focuses on the latest marketing and media news in Vietnam and includes interviews and roundtable discussions with leading communications experts across advertising, digital, marketing, market research and media. The Buzz explains where traditional media are going while also featuring new media in Vietnam’s evolving and fast changing market.
Vietnam Real Estate Insights provides the global real estate investor with up to date, detailed, information about the investment opportunities and challenges in Vietnam. The program interviews leading real estate industry experts as well as industry leaders from related industries. Our interviews examine the perspectives, opinions, and suggestions of our experts for global investor who are interested in Vietnam.
In this segment of iTV-Asia programs, we delve into the advertising and marketing scene in China. We see how key business leaders in this field approach the challenge of marketing and advertising in China and how they are keeping ahead of the game overall.
What’s the scoop on consumer trends in 2011? Let our advertising guru Tom Doctoroff fill you in. In part one, Tom discusses the major developments of 2011, including the ban on TV advertising during prime-time dramas, the reality behind the seeming explosion in online advertising, the massive success of Apple and Samsung, and the evolving automotive, cuisine and consumer sectors.
“I love food and I never let a concept go.” David Laris, one of the most well-known and prolific restaurateurs in Shanghai, joins us to talk about the dining in Shanghai and his fine dining concepts.
The complex nature of finance and economics in China is an ever-present business issue. We take a closer look in this iTV-Asia segment, as our panel of guests share their opinions based on their vast experience of the China market. Their insights bring to light the interrelationship between the Chinese economy, Chinese politics and the Chinese market overall...
In this interview, we have Caroline Sheldon from EF to tell us about EF and her role. She firstly tells us her working background in EF, then she introduces EF and the current circumstance of English training centers in China.
‘China’s Media Stars’ aims to listen to the stories of professionals working in today’s Chinese media. We follow their career progression and gather their viewpoints on Chinese media in order to demonstrate how this reflects the current output in Chinese programming today.
Recognize the nature of sales in the Chinese market. Hear what Chinese business leaders have to say about the art of managing Chinese sales in both local and international markets. Know the opinions, concepts and strategies used by overseas and Chinese business enterprises in dealing with sales forces in China.
Learn from key business leaders who have successfully developed creative ideas into innovation in the China business setting. Based on in depth experience, our guests will discuss both the current scene and how China may continue to overcome challenges in ascending to global standards of creativity, design and innovation.
Jean’s career philosophy is simple, but nuanced- getting ahead takes talent, hard work, and good timing. But there are more nuances to these qualities than one might see at first glance. Talent often only comes out when you have the right position or the right team. Hard work is a given, but helping others with their tasks is the real measure of a worker.
The average tenure of a white collar professional in the US is around four years… yet the average tenure of a professional in China is less than half that amount. What’s different about the China job market?
Larry Wang has been featured on China's largest English radio station, China Radio International and is a frequent speaker at leading mainland and U.S. MBA programs.
Hear what business leaders in this field have to say about the interactive communications industry in China. With a rapidly growing Internet population, China has seen consumers voicing their opinions and knowledge through vehicles such Bulletin Board System (BBS), blogs, forums and other online communities.
Enter the world of luxury marketing in China. See the concepts and strategies behind luxury marketing in China driven by some of the top business leaders in this field. We take a look at China's rise in luxury spending, ranging from fashion, jewelry and mobile phones to cars, hotels and furniture.
The program is designed to give the viewer a deeper understanding of Advertising trends, local insights in China and an opportunity to learn more about the people who make are the fabric of the Advertising industry in China. The program will feature people who are working to push the boundaries of the industry and are facing daily challenges living and working in a foreign country.
Welcome to the mobile Media segment of iTV-Asia. Here, leading players of this field share with us how mobile innovations fit in with the changing face of Chinese marketing, Chinese advertising and the China business setting in general. As globalization increases, so too does the need for constant communication in Chinese businesses.
Here, iTV-Asia gets in touch with the ideas behind business leaders in China. Entrepreneurial thinking and innovative business strategies have indeed had an impact on both foreign and local enterprises in China. What obstacles have been faced by key leader leaders in a business environment which is rapidly growing but also clings to cultural practices?
The words 'innovation' and 'China' are rarely used together. Not anymore. Morry Morgan, co-founder of innovation conference, Spark China, showcases innovative individuals from across the Middle Kingdom who are helping change the perception of China to the world.
The Supply Chain TV channel will include the latest news, featured interviews and live debates on hot issues covering trade, import-export, sourcing, manufacturing and logistics with, from and to high growth markets such as China, India and Vietnam. Supply Chain TV allows any vendor to leverage the power of video to highlight your competitive advantages...
What is the fascination with doing business in China? As the Managing Director of Gplus Media, Erik Gain, outlines, it may not be as restrictive as it once was but the common pitfalls associated with it are still present. Knowing the right people and the rules of the game is vital to succeeding in this free-for-all market. Sometimes just knowing the rules and how they work are enough to be successful.
iTV-Asia’s China-USA Business Report is a monthly feature bringing you commentary on important issues in the relationship between the two most important economies in the world today.
Reveals hidden rules of entertainment industry in China, we speak to all the power brokers in the world of celebrity, music, sports film, TV and branded entertainment space. The agencies, the producers, the promoters, the agents and the brands who work in entertainment.
Explore the world of advertising and marketing in Japan. How are the top players in this field tackling Japanese marketing, Japanese advertising, and keeping ahead of the game overall? Find out how companies are marketing their products and how Japanese business in general has dealt with advertising in an already saturated market.
Get in touch with the ideas behind business entrepreneurs in Japan. "Entrepreneurial thinking" has rippled though the lively pond that is the Japanese market, but not without its share of obstacles. Understand how entrepreneurship shapes Japanese marketing...
Today we are joined by Ms. Chie Motoi, first female partner of Accenture Japan, to share her fascinating story to help women to be more capable in management through training and activities.
What is click donation? In this part of interview, Hisayuki Shimizu shares with us what motivates him to establish his own company in Japan and the programs of his company.
Yu Serizawa joins us today to talk about her career path and how these different career experience help and prepare her successfully running her own company later.
In this iTV-Japan segment, we enter the industry of interactive communications and marketing in Japan. The business leaders of this field are featured here, and they inform us on the concepts behind interactive media in the Japanese market. We see how innovations in web, mobile, online marketing, database and one-to-one communications will shape marketing and advertising in Japan.
Japan Clicks is a program dedicated to exploring the exciting world of digital innovation, media and interactive marketing in Japan and the APAC region. Each month, Japan Clicks will bring you interviews, analysis and commentary with leading Japan/Asia-focused digital experts who understand where digital is today... and more importantly where it's going in the future.
This segment of iTV-Japan programs takes an inside look at developing a sound business platform for companies in Japan. Interviews will share knowledge on how to enter the Japanese market and how to succeed, and grow.
How to get fully engaged in social media to drive and protect brands? In this part of interview, Lance Shields speaks about building social relationships in social media.
What kinds of tensions is Korean Peninsula facing right now? How to reduce the tensions? Is the cold war really over in Korean Peninsula?
Understand the process of recruiting in Japan. As globalization flourishes, both foreign and Japanese business will face shifts in human resources, begging the question - what is "best practice" for recruiting in the changing backdrop of Japanese business? See what key scholars and practitioners of this field have to say.
Learn more about the nature of B2B Sales in the Japanese market. Take in the opinions and concepts of some of the top players in the Japan business scene, and hear what they have to say about the art of managing Japanese sales in local and international entities. Watch the informative interviews to find out.
While mainstream media remains influential in Asia Pacific, challenges to traditional media / advertising model and rise of social media are blurring lines among public relations, advertising, influencer management, strategic engagement. Hosted by Thomas R. Zengage, Strategic Engagement explores how leaders successfully engage target constituencies to achieve strategic goals.
Trond Varlid joins us today to talk about what brought him to Japan and his company Tomra which mainly focus on eco-friendly machines and container recycling to make a better sustainable society.
For decades, Tokyo has been a global hotspot for technology and innovation. Now, with growing pressure for businesses to leverage new technologies, how with Japan compete with new competitors?
What is Change Management? Tim Coomber joins us today to talk about how he successfully changed his career path from accountant to Chief Executive of Change Management Japan.