Past Events

 

Vol Huis bij Pre-meet Handelsmissie MP Rutte naar Vietnam

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 Aansluitend Borrel vanwege Têt
21 februari Den Haag 

Ruim 70 personen namen deel aan de  “Pre-Meet” voor de handelsmissie met minister-president Rutte, Hans de Boer, minister Van Nieuwenhuizen en directeur-generaal Agro Sonnema naar Vietnam (7-12 april) en de aansluitende receptie ter gelegenheid van de start van het Vietnamees Nieuwjaar (Têt Nguyên Đán). De bijeenkomst werd georganiseerd door NLinBusiness, de Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO.nl), het Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken en de Netherlands Vietnam Chamber of Commerce (NVCC).

Vanuit Vietnam was Pauline Eizema, hoofd van de economische afdeling van de Nederlandse ambassade te Hanoi, aanwezig om te spreken over de kansen in Vietnam.

Wanneer:          Donderdag 21 februari, 15.30-18.00

Waar:                  New Babylon Meeting Center, Anna van Buerenplein 29, Den Haag

Programma:    

15.00-15.30 Inloop en registratie

15.30-15.40 Opening door Edo Offerhaus, Directeur NLinBusiness

15.40 -16.10: “Zaken doen in Vietnam” en “Programma handelsmissie” door Pauline Eizema, Hoofd van de economische afdeling van de Nederlandse ambassade in Vietnam en Karin Schipper, missiecoördinator RVO

16.10 – 16.25: “Het opzetten van een fabriek en duurzaam ondernemen in Vietnam” door Jeannine Butzelaar, CEO Clean Dye

16.25 – 16.40: “Zakencultuur Vietnam”, Erik Mattijssen, Directeur van Peja (S.E.A.) B.V. en vice-voorzitter van de NVCC

16.40 – 16.55  “Investeren in Vietnam, waar moet je aan denken?” Hanh Do, Directeur Vietnam Consult & Trading BV

17.00 – 18.30  Têt Borrel

Links naar de presentaties (voor zover beschikbaar) vindt u hieronder:

Cultuur van zaken doen in Vietnam E Mattijssen 201902

Vietnam Investments 201902 Hanh Do

 

Een link naar het fotoalbum vindt u hier.

 

 

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Free interactive Workshop with Dr Massmann

10 January 2019

More than 40 interested members and guests of the NVCC and NLinBusiness attended the Free Interactive Workshop with Dr. Oliver Massmann, International Lawyer at Duane Morris Hanoi, about the Vietnam About Investment and Trade Opportunities after the EU – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU – Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement (IPA) in The Hague on Thursday, 10 January 2018

The EVFTA, which is expected to become effective early 2019, offers new business opportunities for investment as well as trade in a wide variety of sectors, both for export and import. During this workshop you will learn what effect the EVFTA and the IPA can have on your ongoing business, as well as what can be your growth opportunity for now starting to do business in Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

Dr. Oliver Massmann has over 20 years of experience as commercial lawyer in Vietnam and has been closely involved in the EFVTA as advisor to the Vietnam Government. He is a highly valued guest at international conferences on doing business in Vietnam.

This event was hosted by and co-organised with  

Click here for a link to the photo album of the event.

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8 November

Luncheon with the Ambassador, H.E. Mme Ngo Thi Hoa,

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Netherlands

Date: Thursday, 8 November 2018 Time: 11:00 – 13:15 hrs Venue: Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to the Netherlands Address: Javastraat 1; 2585 AA Den Haag   The board of the Netherlands Vietnam Chamber of Commerce had the pleasure of inviting NVCC members and special guests to a special luncheon meeting with and hosted by H.E. Mme Ngo Thi Hoa, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Netherlands. During the luncheon, Mme Ngo answered questions from her guests on the developments in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Vietnamese – Dutch relations. Mr. Nguyen Hai Tinh, Commercial Counsellor of the Embassy, gave a briefing on the effects of the European- Vietnamese Free Trade Agreement. The meeting was moderated by NVCC Chairman Mr. Joost Vrancken Peeters. Link to photo album