Event Report - Vietnam Youth to Business Forum July 2014

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Vietnam Youth to Business Forum July 2014 is the 6th Vietnamese version of Youth to Business Forum, powered by AIESEC in Vietnam. With 500 student attendants and 20 business partners, the event is the largest annual event of AIESEC, aiming to narrow the gap between Youth and Business, from which prepare students with business mindset and knowledge that can help them better orient their future careers.

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  • Powered by Organizers VIETNAM YOUTH TO BUSINESS FORUM Ho Chi Minh City 13th July, 2014 University of Economics and Law
  • Table of Content 2 Introduction 3 Theme and Topics 4 Agenda 5 Delegate Background 6 Keynote Speech 10 Workshop 15 Panel Discussion 28 Our Partners 31 Opening Speech 9 Key Moments 32 Media 35 Contact 36 Entrepreneurial Leadership 12 Career Development in Global Era 13 Youth- led Social Innovation 14
  • Introduction The Youth to Business Forum is an initiative powered by AIESEC driven by a global need for businesses and youth to communicate on major issues and generate ideas for future actions. The platform enables youth to voice their opinions and allows them to be validated and strengthened with inputs from experienced business leaders through our one- day event. This event is a Vietnamese 6th edition of more than 160 global, regional, national and local forums that are happening every year across 124 countries and territories. 3
  • THE LEADER IN ME Theme and Topics 4 Entrepreneurial Leadership The topic creates space for students and business to discuss how to see problems as opportunities and promote Can do attitude to build-up entrepreneurial mindset for a generation of future leaders . Career Development in Global Era By being issued with business insights and realistic expectations, youth is equipped with global mindset and competencies required to work effectively in a global environment. Youth-led Social Innovation The topic creates a platform where social business innovations are shared to foster innovation mindset of Vietnamese youth with the aim of switching ideas into actions and connecting business to the needs of society.
  • Agenda 5
  • Delegate background FTU HCM, 18.0 FTU HN, 9.6 UEH, 12.9 DUE, 4.2 HSU, 3.7NEU, 4.0USSH, 2.6 IU, 2.8 UEL, 4.9 Other, 37.4 450delegates with majority came from: Foreign Trade University (FTU) University of Economics of Ho Chi Minh City (UEH) Danang University of Economics (DUE) Hoa Sen University (HSU) National Economics University (NEU) Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities (USSH) International University Vietnam National University, HCMC (IU) University of Economics and Law (UEL) 6
  • Delegate background 7
  • Delegate highlights 88% of delegates have Business background 60% of delegates are in their main studying years at university (year 2 and 3), and 12% are ready to enter the workforce (year 4 and graduates) Delegates come from a variety of universities in Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang and Hanoi, including a big percentage of Foreign Trade University in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh and University of Economics of Ho Chi Minh. 8
  • Representatives of Organizing Board: AIESEC, VCCI and British Council shared thoughts why Youth to Business Forum is relevant to youth and Vietnam society Opening Speech 9 Organizers
  • Four Guest Speakers share their ideas or experience around three main topics with the flow: what-why-how to give main ideas about those topics and how they are important to young people. Keynote Speech 10 Organizers
  • The Gap between Youth and Business Overall, more than 94% delegates rated the quality of the speech as from Goodto Excellent. Ms. Pham Phuong Thao Ambassador Vietnam Youth to Business Forum 25.0 55.6 13.9 2.8 2.8 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 11
  • Career Development in Global Era Overall, nearly 92% delegates rated the quality of the speech as from Goodto Excellent. Mr. Katsuyasu Kato Executive Chairman Suntory PepsiCo 19.4 44.4 27.8 8.3 0.0 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 12
  • Entrepreneurial Leadership Overall, nearly 92% delegates rated the quality of the speech as from Goodto Excellent. Ms. Tran Tue Tri Vice President of Marketing Unilever 27.8 36.1 27.8 5.6 2.8 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 13
  • Entrepreneurial Leadership Overall, 86% delegates rated the quality of the speech as from Good to Excellent. Mr. Nguyen Van Dao Vice President, Head of Corporate Marketing Samsung Vina Electronics 22.2 33.3 30.6 8.3 5.6 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 14
  • Workshops 15 Organizers
  • Workshop Overall Rating Workshops are where students are provided with business reality through sharings and solving real cases from companies. Overall, 86% delegates rated the quality of workshops from Goodto Excellent. 19.4 25.0 41.7 11.1 2.8 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 16
  • Ms. Tran Thi Hong Gam Manager in Society and Development Team British Council Speaker: 3.9/5 Workshop: 3.8/5 Delegates rating Youth and Social Innovation CaseCompetitionTopicSpace 17
  • Mr. Nguyen Quang Vinh Director of Office for Business Sustainable Development VCCI cum Secretary-General of Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development Speaker: 3.8/5 Workshop: 3.7/5 Delegates rating The role of Youth Entrepreneurial Leadership in Sustainable Development CaseCompetitionTopicSpace 18
  • Mr. Le Van Hoa Speaker: 4.2/5 Workshop: 4.0/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace The difference between Innovation and Social Innovation Brand Manager Unilever 19
  • Ms. Vo Le Ngoc Tuyen Speaker: 5.0/5 Workshop: 4.2/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace HR Business Partner Manager- Sales Suntory PepsiCo Lead Your Wave, Lead Your Way 20
  • Mr. Le Cong Thien Speaker: 4.5/5 Workshop: 3.9/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Deputy CEO, Managing Director- Head of Brokerage and Sales, Private Client Division HSC Portrait of a Leader in Finance Industry 21
  • Ms. Meriem Kellou Speaker: 4.2/5 Workshop: 3.8/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Green Your Future Social Responsibility Delegate Schneider Electric 22
  • Mr. Le Trung Hau Speaker: 4.5/5 Workshop: 4.0/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Integrated Marketing Manager Nestl Digital multi-effects and its application in Innovative Content Development 23
  • Ms. Nguyen Huynh Khanh Linh Speaker: 4.4/5 Workshop: 3.7/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Sales Lead Accenture Taking ownership in everything you do- The secret of success. 24
  • Ms. Billie Lagasca Speaker: 4.5/5 Workshop: 3.9/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Manager, Employee Engagement and Development- HR AIA Developing Entrepreneurial Leadership through Self Management 25
  • Mr. David Viet Lam Nguyen Speaker: 4.5/5 Workshop: 4.1/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace B. Bus Honors (first class) and PhD from Auckland University of Technology, Post Doc from ESADE Business School. Chairman of ALT The Unexpected Benefits of Higher Education for Your Career Path 26
  • Mr. Don Le Speaker: 4.4/5 Workshop: 3.8/5 Delegates rating CaseCompetitionTopicSpace Co-founder, CEO Everest Education Business Principles for Social Enterprise 27
  • Panel Discussion 28 Organizers
  • Panel speakers Mr. Ton That Anh Vu Senior VP, Head of Human Resource HSBC Vietnam Mr. Mai Quang Vinh Ms. Le Nguyen Truong An (Host) Nielsen Vietnam AIESEC Alumnus Senior Customer Development Director Suntory PepsiCo Vietnam Mr. Arnold V. Pangilinan Managing Director Chief Risk Officer HSC Mr. Nguyen Quang Hien Huy Sales Head of IT & Mobile Business Samsung Vina Electronics 29
  • Panel Overall Rating 4 invited speakers are invited to a Round Table discussion with the audience. Points of view about issues related to 3 topics from speakers and the audience are shared and challenged. Advice and suggestions are given on how Youth can better themselves to prepare for their future careers. Overall, 89% delegates rated the quality of panel discussion from Good to Excellent. 19.4 36.1 33.3 8.3 2.8 Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 30
  • Our Partners 31
  • The most significant thing I have learnt from this event is the needed attitude when dealing with problems. "The more young we are, the more failures we meet". This is the sentence I really like in the event. This makes me stronger and have more motivation to keep moving forward. In the event, I got a lot of information about r