This event is suitable for those who are between 18-35 years old.
Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue (AVYLD) is delighted to host an evening a session on Modern Vietnam: Development over the past 20 years.
Vietnam’s emerging middle class and young demographic has illustrated notable impact on the country’s current economic growth and social development. When Vietnam opened up its market, Australian companies and individuals were its initial supporters. A vibrant Vietnamese community in Australia has also influenced the decision of thousands of Vietnamese students, who choose Australia as their number one English speaking destination for education every year.
With so many synergies, it’s now a great time for Australians and Vietnamese to strengthen linkages and embrace opportunities that will lead to greater understanding, friendship and prosperity for both countries.
Join our pannellists at this event to find out more about Vietnam’s success stories over the last two decades and how Australia contributed to it in the early days and going forward. Find out how you can continue to help and shape Australia’s and Vietnam’s future.
The event promises to be both inspirational and educational for attendees who wish to further broaden their knowledge and connection to Vietnam.
6:00pm Doors Open
6:15pm Welcome and presentation from Australia Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue
6:25pm Welcome from Australia-Vietnam Friendship Society
6:30pm Panel: Vietnam’s development in the last 20 years
7:15pm Q&A from audience
Q&A live session is set on Sunday 20th November.
Moderator – Rachel Bui – CEO, Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue
Chris Butler – Advisor, AVYLD, former Managing Partner at EY HCMC and former Chairman of the Australia-American Leadership Dialogue.
Paul Fairhead – Managing Director, Huddle and former Chairman of Australian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam.
Kim Pham – Post Doctoral Fellow, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Secretary, Australia-Vietnam Friendship Society.
The “Inaugural Australia-Vietnam Young Leadership Dialogue” is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-ASEAN Council of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and other partners.
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