Buon Mong area (Dak Phoi commune, Dak Lak province) is one of the remote areas where 98% of the population are ethnic minorities who live below the line and survive only on corn and rice. For them, going to school is such a burden on the family. Many children in this remote and poor area of the central highland have to go the extra mile to continue their studies, dealing with the heavy constraints of long distance, inadequate transport infrastructure and poverty.
Annual charity trip has become a tradition at TRG, and this year, our destination is Dak Lak province. Dak Lak is located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands where the majority of residents are ethnic and they speak an ethnic dialect.
“Lead The Change” is an annual competition for young people who have a passion for start-up. This year, the competition was co-organised by UEH Connected community, Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics, the U.S. Consulate Ho Chi Minh City, Accelerator Startup Campus, Co-working Space Campus K, and Saigon Innovation Hub.
On 30 September 2018, approximately one hundred members from TRG International along with nearly ten thousand other runners participated in the BBGV Fun Run for Charity 2018. This year, TRG International is proud to be one of the In-kind Gold Sponsors for this event. Together with the BBGV Team, we hope to raise 1 billion VND to support various charitable projects helping the disadvantaged Vietnamese.
Hey hey hey! It is time for the BBGV Annual Fun Run for Charity and you bet that TRG International will play a part in it again this year.
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Mooncake Festival, is a national holiday that takes place every year on the 15th day of the 8th month according to the Lunar Calendar. This is one of the most important festivals in Vietnam, and it is celebrated differently in each region but typically, the celebration calls for snacking on mooncakes, carrying or hanging up lanterns, and watching Chinese dragon dances.
On 30th August, TRG was honoured to be one of the 40 companies participating in the RMIT Career Fair 2018.
In recent years, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a central role in Vietnam’s economic growth, providing abundant job opportunities and boosting exports. However, despite accounting for 98 per cent of the country’s enterprises, 40 per cent of GDP and 50 per cent of employment, the performance of SMEs is still constrained by many factors, both internal and external, such as shortage of qualified human resources, limited access to technology as well as administrative hurdles.
We are pleased to announce that effective from 5th December 2016, TRG International shall be moving our Ho Chi Minh City office from Central Plaza 17 Le Duan, District 1 to the new address at:
September 10, four teams have made it to the final stage of the RMIT Entrepreneur Challenge Contest 2016. This competition is open to undergraduate students from RMIT and other universities to test their entrepreneur ideas. Among the top ideas include a smart app to avoid traffic jams, a digital marketing agency providing SEO services, a platform for rental services and an online tool to collect data from social channels.