Thang Long Entrepreneur Gala 2017 held in Ha Noi (13/10/2017)
HNP - The Ha Noi Business Association (HBA) on October 11 organized a program titled “Thang Long Entrepreneur Gala 2017” to mark Viet Nam Entrepreneurs’ Day (October 13). The event saw the attendance of Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Ha Noi Party Committee Ngo Thi Thanh Hang, Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung, among others.
Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung (center) presents a certificate of merit to the Ha Noi Business Association.
Addressing the event, HBA’s Chairman Nguyen Hong Son said that this is an annual event of the HBA with the desire to create a bridge for leaders of central bodies, the Capital and local enterprises to exchange, share experiences and overcome difficulties in production and business activities.
HBA will strongly promote its role as representative of the business community of the city, become a bridge linking association members and the authorities; promote cooperation between its members to improve competitiveness, offer opportunities for businesses in the process of economic integration, he added.
HBA hopes to continue to receive more attention from leaders of agencies, departments, sectors to help Ha Noi enterprises develop more strongly, contributing to the development of the country in general and the capital in particular, HBA’s Chairman said.
Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung delivers a speech at the ceremony.
On his speech at the gala night, Ha Noi Chairman Chung congratulated city’s entrepreneurs on the occasion of the Viet Nam Entrepreneurs Day.
He hailed the positive contributions of local entrepreneurs and enterprises to the city development.
They has actively supported and responded to important events of the capital city, such as: amending and building 8,000 houses for people of merits; planting trees; providing clean water, etc.
He confirmed that the city always creates the most favorable conditions to support businesses; in particular, focusing on administrative reform, improving the quality of investment and business environment, and helping businesses make greater contribution to local development. As scheduled, by 2020, the private sector would make up 58-60 percent of Ha Noi’s GDP.
He expressed his hope that businesses, entrepreneurs would continue to invest to develop the business, expand horizons, develop markets towards sustainable development, contributing to the socio-economic development of the capital city.
On the occasion, the Ha Noi People’s Committee presented a certificate of merit to HBA; the Ministry of Industry and Trade presented certificates of merit to HBA and two collectives; the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) presented certificates of merit to four collectives and three individuals.
The event enhances the cooperation strength between the association and its members, and also helps businesses and individuals in the Association continue to promote, strive more in production and business, especially during this difficult economic period.
By Le Anh