Golden Star Awards given to young businesses

Two hundred top enterprises were awarded Sao Vang Dat Viet ( Golden Star) at a ceremony on September 2 (the National Day) in Hoa Binh Theater in Ho Chi Minh City, the Viet Nam Young Business Association has announced.

On the platform, Ho Duc Viet (2,L) and To Huy Rua (2,R) present the prize to one of wining businesses at the ceremony in Hoa Binh Theater on September 2 (Photo: Cao Thang)
The ceremony was broadcast live on VTV3 in the morning with the presence of top businesses including Vissan, Thai Tuan Textile and Garment, Hoa Sen Group, Vietnam Rubber Group, the HCM City Department of Transport and the Saigon Transportation Mechanical Corporation, Sacombank and the website, whose users up to 16 million reported by the Google Ad Planner in July.

Enterprises were given certificates of merit and gifts by Party leaders. Attending the ceremony were Truong Vinh Trong – Member of the Politburo and Deputy Prime Minister, Ho Duc Viet, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and Head of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Organization Commission and To Huy Rua, Member of Political Bureau, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Head of Central Propaganda and Education Department.

A series of activities would be held on the sideline of the event. The organizers collected over VND3.2 billion at the demonstration at the Park 30/4 on August 29. The march attracted over 10,000 employees of enterprises which won the prestigious prize. The sum will ill go into a fund for disadvantaged children.

Over 30 decorated vehicles with logo of the award and logos of winning companies paraded on main streets to mark 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi, to celebrate the 65th anniversary of National Day and honor enterprises.

Two seminars were held on the city’s Youth Cultural House and White Palace Convention Center on September 1.

Since its inception in 2002, the annual Viet Nam Golden Star awards have sought to encourage and honor young businesses and famous trademarks for their contribution to Viet Nam's continuing integration into the world economy.

By Ngoc Anh

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