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This is the second consecutive year the Hanoi-based company scoops up the prestigious award for outstanding small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the region.
As the media and advertising industry is facing mounting challenges, 5S Media has been presenting flexible and well-conceived business strategies with the introduction of new high-tech products to reach exceptional growth in development.
Since the emergence of COVID-19, the company has posted a stable hike in revenue, eyeing more than 50 per cent growth in 2021 revenue compared to the previous year.
|5S Media won SME100 Award for the second time in a row|
Since 2020, 5S Media has become an exclusive partner in Vietnam of Kotler Impact – a strategic marketing organisation of Professor Philip Kotler – touted as the father of modern marketing.
5S Media, in tandem with Kotler Impact, successfully hosted the world’s largest online marketing conference in early November, attracting an online audience of more than three million.
|Since the emergence of COVID-19, the company has posted stable hikes in revenue, with more than 50 per cent revenue growth in 2021 compared to the previous year.|
With its young and talented workforce, 5S Media has become the trustworthy partner of global firms in Vietnam, such as Unilever Vietnam, Oracle, Fujitsu Vietnam, and AEON Mall Vietnam, among others.
According to Pham Thi Thu Hang, CEO of 5S Media, 2020-2021 has been a challenging period to businesses in the media and advertising industry due to a sharp fall in company budgets for this field.
“Up to 70-80 per cent of businesses in media and advertising have stopped operation during the period. Thanks to careful preparations and total digital transformation, 5S Media has maintained smooth operations during the pandemic, bringing customers creative and inclusive digital solutions,” said Hang.
A leading reagional award for SMEs, SME100 has been taking place in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. This year, Vietnam has recommended more than 300 candidates, 32 of which become winners.