[Webinar] Manufacturing Challenges - Solutions in the age of COVID-19
Friday, August 6, 2021 (9:45 AM - 11:30 AM)
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9:45 AM - 11:30 AM
Covid-19, Government's Directive 16 in the South…during this time of uncertainty, health and safety – a key pillar of manufacturing – have taken on a whole new meaning for manufacturers, especially when the current 4th wave might last longer, be on a larger scale with many outbreaks and more transmissible variants.
Join EuroCham at this event to gain insights on:
Overview of measures and practices to minimize risk, protect workers, and maintain business operations and supply chains.
While short-term operational procedures focused on social distancing are important at the moment, what are long-term strategies that manufacturers will need to embrace to maintain resilience and boost production after the pandemic?
What are the current Government's policies and supporting packages for businesses in general and manufacturers in specific? Recommendations for cooperation between public and private sectors to better control the pandemic and restart the businesses after the crisis.
Bruno Jaspaert is General Director at DEEP C Industrial Zones, one of the biggest industrial zone developers in Vietnam. Prior to this position, he has more than 20 years of demonstrated experience with sales, production, project, innovation and strategy management in leading multinational companies throughout Asia and Europe.
Bruno is multilingual team player and builder holding a master’s degree in International Relations and Affairs and a master’s degree in Commercial Engineering from EHSAL Management University.
Mr. Mai Lam
Cluster President at Schneider Electric Vietnam and Cambodia
Mai Lam has joined Schneider Electric in 2002 and has developed his career through various successful management assignments in various countries such as Australia, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar.
He set up the first Customer Care and Logistics function for Schneider Electric Vietnam, deployed the first bonded warehouse model to support business growth then moved to Australia to manage Industrial product portfolio for PDL Industries - a subsidiary of Schneider Electric Australia. From 2008 – 2014 he has led Schneider Electric businesses of Infrastructure, Commercial and Industrial buildings in Vietnam & Cambodia cluster, with impressive double-digit growth before holding the Country President positions in emerging markets including Laos and Myanmar.
Mai Lam was nominated Cluster President for Schneider Electric Vietnam and Cambodia in January 2021 after a year leading business development, Channel and Operational Marketing for Medium Voltage Business of Schneider Australia & New Zealand. His mission is to drive Schneider Electric Vietnam and Cambodia towards further development and growth, while bringing breakthrough solutions to the local markets and customers as the leader of the Digital Transformation in Energy Management and Industrial Automation.
Mai Lam earned a Master of Art in Macquarie University and Degree in Electrical Engineering Technologies in TAFE in Australia.
He is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Senior Manager Hanoi Office at Dezan Shira & Associates
Based in Hanoi – the firm’s headquarters in Vietnam – and Danang, Filippo assists foreign investors by advising on both tax and legal aspects of establishing and operating a business in Vietnam and ASEAN.
With a pragmatic approach and strong organizational and problem-solving, Filippo specializes in advisory and business development tailored to each of our clients’ needs.
Filippo joined Dezan Shira & Associates in 2017 contributing to the growth of the firm and his colleagues in Vietnam. He also established the firm’s office in Danang in 2019 and contributed to the implementation of a new software and best practices in Vietnam.
Prior to joining Dezan Shira & Associates, Filippo worked at a reputed Italian tax and law firm – specializing in budgeting and international tax planning – as well as one of the world’s most influential business network organizations.
Filippo graduated from Italy’s utmost prestigious Bocconi University, specializing in Economics. After which, he continued his studies and graduated Cum Laude in Economics from the University of Trieste.