Viet Nam's 50 best-performing companies are honoured The ranking process seeks to evaluate and rank companies with remarkable achievements in the field of business and reflect their abilities in the management of enterprises. The ranking was developed in line with international standard measure. It took counsel from many economists and business experts from Thien Viet JSC, Viet Nam Investment Group, Viet Nam Capital Partners, business experts from Harvard Business School and many prestigious organizations. The selected companies must be listed on the Ha Noi Stock Exchange and Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, have market capitalization from VND 1.5 trillion (US$ 64.4 million). Besides, they must gain at least VND 250 billion in revenue, and VND 25 billion or more in net profit in three consecutive years. Remarkable companies on the list are The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World) JSC, Hoa Binh Construction Group JSC, Vietjet Aviation JSC, Phu Nhuan Jewellry JSC, and Hoa Phat Group. They all … [Read more...] about The 50 best-performing companies in VN in 2018
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Vietnam's 50 best-performing companies are honoured.(Photo: VNA) HCM City (VNA) – The list of Vietnam’s 50 best-performing companies (Top 50) was announced by the Nhip Cau Dau Tu (Investment Bridge) magazine and Thien Viet Secutities Joint Stock Company in Ho Chi Minh City on June 27. The ranking was developed in line with international standard measure. It took counsel from many economists and business experts from Thien Viet JSC, Vietnam Investment Group, Vietnam Capital Partners, business experts from Harvard Business School and many prestigious organisations. All of the honoured firms must be listed on the Hanoi Stock Exchange and Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange, have market capitalisation from 1.5 trillion VND (64.4 million USD). Besides, they must gain at least 250 billion VND in revenue, and 25 billion or more in net profit in three consecutive years. Remarkable companies on the list are The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World) JSC, Hoa Binh Construction Group JSC, Vietjet … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s 50 best-performing firms announced
0 Have your say Sarah Devine consults two experts with a wealth of experience in advising family firms on how to make profits rise, effect a smooth succession and exit the scene gracefully Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie’s consultancy arm, Family Business Solutions (FBS), has been providing expert advice on the complex issues that arise within family businesses to clients across Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East since 1995.The firm’s interdisciplinary team supports the owners of family firms with their business aspirations, addressing concerns and developing a shared purpose. Two key FBS players, Billy Andrew and Mark Bradford, talk to Vision about how family businesses can benefit from support across the three key areas of Performance, Exit, and Succession, and how together these link to successful business transition and development.PerformanceBilly Andrew, whose expertise is in management consultancy, maintains that family businesses … [Read more...] about The three key elements that create a successul family business
Proposals to merge the existing class use system in our town centres should allow more flexibility for traditional retail hubs to adapt to the changing face of the high street, according to a planning expert.It comes amid a flurry of negative headlines at the start of 2019 as retailers reported disappointing sales over December - traditionally a key performance indicator.Marks & Spencer confirmed it was axing shops in Ashford and Deal as it looks to cut costs, while Debenhams is thought to be considering adding an additional 40 stores on top of the 50 it was already planning on axing as it tries to avoid administration.To add to high street woes, stationery outlet Paperchase is also looking at closing stores, while adminstrators for HMV were still hoping to find a buyer when Kent Business went to press.Now the government has proposed merging the traditional Use Classes A1 (retail), A2 (professional services) and A3 (food and drink) to allow units the ability to change … [Read more...] about Is this the key to allowing our town centres to evolve?
The dismal productivity results out this week should cause alarm for anyone who cares about UK prosperity. And we need to talk about it. Productivity – the cumulative output of our workers per hour – is the critical indicator of how competitive we are as a nation, and the surest way of delivering sustained wage growth. Today’s Britain is confronting the consequences of 10 years of flat-lining productivity: 10 years of low wages resulting in profound public disquiet with the normal mode of doing business and politics. There’s another crucial word if we want to unlock a better next decade: “competitiveness”. At a national level, we need the UK to be fighting fit when we begin our exit from the EU in just a few short weeks. And while most businesses I meet don’t get energised by a call to arms to be more productive, they certainly respond to the imperative of being more competitive. A quick look at the figures this week makes for a gloomier … [Read more...] about The key to improving our dismal productivity? Reignite the UK’s competitive instincts