ACCA APAC Dialogue 2024 set for Hanoi

May 27, 2024 | 10:37
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The ACCA APAC Dialogue 2024 event (ACCA Asia-Pacific Forum 2024) organised by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) will officially take place on May 28–29 at JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi.
ACCA APAC Dialogue 2024 set for Hanoi
ACCA APAC Dialogue 2024 will take place in Hanoi on May 28-29

The event promises to become one of the most awaited regional events in 2024. The ACCA Asia-Pacific Forum 2024 aims to take elements of human resource development, economic collaboration, and sustainable development as the foundation, from which to build a strategy that unites the entire Asia-Pacific region for shared prosperity in the future.

In the context of many unpredictable economic, political, and social fluctuations globally, the ACCA Asia-Pacific Forum 2024 will focus on strengthening resilience and creating breakthrough growth for the area. By creating opportunities to exchange knowledge and nurture strategic relationships, the event promises to change traditional notions about the role of the Asia-Pacific Region on the globe.

National director of ACCA Vietnam, To Quoc Hung said, “The forum's role is to become a catalyst for breakthrough economic strategies and human resource development. We are in front of an important period, at which we need collaborative efforts and bold initiatives to shape a brighter and more sustainable future.”

The event's theme “Giao” was inspired by Giao Linh, a traditional Vietnamese costume with two connected sleeves that perfectly represents the event's spirit of connection, solidarity, and cooperation. By choosing "Giao" as the theme, ACCA Asia-Pacific Forum 2024 highlights its commitment to "weaving" a sustainable, successful future from diverse perspectives and perspectives across the region.

The forum will welcome the participation of delegates who are government officials, leaders of corporations, and organisations from many fields in different countries, especially the Asia Pacific region. They will participate in discussion sessions on promoting green and sustainable regional economic growth, as well as the future of education, through technological and digital innovations.

Many globally renowned speakers will also share valuable insights on applying technology to promote regional trade and applying AI to sustainable education.

Director of ACCA Asia Pacific Region Pulkit Abrol said, “Advanced educational methods play an important role in developing a workforce of financial and accounting professionals. By integrating cutting-edge technology and promoting innovative educational methods, we will equip financial professionals with the skills so they can confidently lead, even when facing challenges of international scale.”

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By Kim Oanh

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