The Hong Kong Business Association Vietnam – HKBAV is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-political voluntary Membership Association of Hong Kong business in Vietnam that was established in HCMC in 1999 and Hanoi in 2012. The aim of HKBAV is to provide interaction among Members and the local/international business communities. We welcome Members of all nationalities who are interested in having business relations with Hong Kong and its members operating in Vietnam. HKBAV has since earned a bona fide reputation amongst the International Business communities in Vietnam through the activities it organized. Being one of the Consortium Associate Me
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HONG KONG BUSINESS ASSOCIATION VIETNAM (“HKBAV”) CHARITY INITIATIVE One of the HKBAV objectives is to actively give back to the community through its collective membership. A Charity Fund was set up in 2005 and supervised by a Charity Committee independently, reporting to the Executive Committee. Over the years, we have raised over 55K USD and donated more than half of that to organizations/initiatives through ad hoc or organized activities with a current reserve of ~26K USD . With the increasing awareness of Corporate Social Responsibilities and the HKBAV desire to actively give back, the Executive Committee has approved a longer term strategy and commitment to a cause in which HKBAV will work actively to fundraise and support.
HKBAV 2017 GALA DINNER - MARTIAL WORLD We are pleased to inform you that our 2017 Gala Dinner will take place on Sat. March 18th, 2017 – 6:00 pm onwards at The Reverie Saigon – Times Square, 5/F Ballroom 57-59F Dong Khoi St., District 1, HCMC. Taking this opportunity, we’d like to express our sincere gratitude to the generous sponsorship from our Member - Times Square (VN) Investment JSC.
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