CSR Coffee Series: Cross-Sector Partnership in Vietnam

Langue : English

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CCIFV has the pleasure to invite you to:


Cross sector Partnership in Vietnam


On Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
Time: 8.00 - 9.30AM 
at L'Usine, 3rd Floor, 19 Le Thanh Ton, District 1, HCMC


LIN Center for Community Development, KPMG Vietnam and CCIFV are hosting its 2nd LIN Coffee Series on LIN's Cross-Sector Partnership Coffee Series, titled "Supply Chain Impact & Sustainable Communities" succeeding a very dynamic LIN Coffee Series 1 discussion on "Impact of CSR Leadership." 

At Coffee Series 2 ‘Supply Chain Impact & Sustainable Communities’, we will learn from experienced leaders from diverse sectors about why supply chain management is an indispensable part of a business’s sustainability program and how having a quality supply chain can promote the communities it operates in. 

Finding efficient ways to operate and develop in an sustainable and socially responsible manner is of increasing importance. Leading businesses are now transitioning from negating harmful impact to creating shared value between business and communities through engaging in positive social impact activities throughout the supply chain.


Meet our speakers:

●        Ms Vy Truong, Manager Environmental Sustainability at PUMA. Read her bio here 

●        Ms Phuong Do, Regional Manager of South East Asia of Fair Labor Association (FLA). Read her bio here 

●        Jean-Pierre Dawance, Technical Director at Nestlé Vietnam. Read his bio here 




Meet our moderator:


Christina Ameln - LIN's Board Member & CSR/Sustainability Advisor, Ameln & Co. Read her bio here 



If you have any question about this event, please contact Ms Kelly Vo - Head of Corporate Partnerships & Fundraising at



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