Helena Pham sharing about “What’s next for Vietnam” with RMIT students in Hanoi

Jul 20, 2017 | News & Updates, Vietnam

Helena Pham, Partner at Consulus Vietnam, has delivered a guest lecture on the opportunities and challenges for Vietnam to young talents at RMIT University Vietnam in Hanoi yesterday.

According to her, Vietnam possesses incredible potential with three key advantages: talented youth, a unique identity and the position of advantage. After the sharing, students were engaged in a group assignment titled “If you were a PM?”. They were asked to discuss the competitive advantages of Vietnam and provide their solutions if they were the Prime Minister of the country. Some ideas from the students included changes in government policies to support the growth of Vietnam businesses, increasing investments in R&D and branding.

Linh, one of the top students in the class, said the lecture was amazing and useful. As a final year student, she expressed her passion for shaping the future of Vietnam by joining the Consulus team.

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