The Nordic Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all members and sponsors for a truly amazing event at the Ambassadors’ Roundtable on 27th of February 2020, in Hanoi.
After an informative presentation by Mr. Le Ky Anh covering the subject of EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), the 4 Nordic ambassadors and members continued the evening at T.U.N.G Dining in Hanoi.
Upon arrival at the restaurant the ambassadors and the NordCham members were greeted by a warm, Nordic inspired atmosphere which provided the perfect setting for the informal yet open exchange of opinions and ideas.
The Ambassadors’ Roundtable event included a beautifully executed Nordic inspired gastronomic menu. Violinist Ms. Trinh Minh Hien featured two well-chosen pieces of first Norwegian composer Edvard Grig and then Vietnamese composer Doan Nho.
A great thank to all sponsors of the event:
Participants say about the event:
H.E. Kim Christensen, Ambassador, Embassy of Denmark to Vietnam
”It was a pleasure and indeed time well spent, and I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on bringing this idea forward. Needless to say, I would be happy to attend next year.”
H.E. Ann Måwe, Ambassador, Embassy of Sweden to Vietnam
“Thank you so much for a great evening! The food, the music, the company; everything was perfect. I agree that it is good to meet in a Nordic setting with both embassies and businesses on a regular basis. Together we can strengthen the Nordic brand in Vietnam”
Mr. Denis Brunetti, President & Country Manager, Ericsson Vietnam
“It was a great evening and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Extremely well-orchestrated and managed by the Nordic Chamber, I thank you all for the invitation to join and for providing a setting to share views and ideas in great company. The dinner and entertainment was also a very positive experience.”
Mr. Jon Bigseth, General Director, Jotun Vietnam
“I hope you will continue to such arrangements in the future as it’s a good platform to build relationships and get insight/updates from other Nordic companies operating in Vietnam.”