Business Opportunities and Innovative Models Driven by the Internet: cases in Vietnam

On March 09, 2018, the Faculty of Business Administration of Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) in collaboration with National Tsing Hua University and PwC Vietnam held a conference on Business Opportunities and Innovative Models Driven by the Internet: case in Vietnam” with the participation of 80 experts and scholars from TDTU, National Tsing Hua University and Feng Chia University (from Taiwan) as well as the attendance The council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Vietnam, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Ho Chi Minh City, and delegates of more than 35 domestic and foreign-owned enterprises.

Relating to 10 real-world projects being implemented in Vietnam, the delegates discussed the effects of the Internet on the business environment, for example the impact of the Internet of Things - IoT on the management strategy and tactics of businesses in multiple areas composed of hotels, restaurants, health care, education, etc., and on exploiting Mobile-Apps (Android & IOS) to easily approach customers in the "Internetization" society of today. In addition, the experts, scholars, and business owners also analyzed the correlation between the local culture and IoT, from which a comprehensive view of scientific socialism was created to make the most of opportunities of IoT in Southern and Southeast Asia nations with emerging economies.

This conference brought both instructors and students at TDTU a chance to academically exchange knowledge, learn Internet-based business development trends, and strengthen partnerships with the top experts. It also provided a useful discussion platform which contributes new values ​​to society, especially in the field of online business.

Images of the workshop:


A photo of the delegates at the opening ceremony of the conference






A presentation in the discussion platform






The conference creates an environment that fosters mutual learning between business owners and professionals , 
in terms of management and business experience under the influence of “Internetized” economic activities.