CT Group is ready to enter the next 30 years with good visions for the future, especially with rapid advancement in the high-tech segment.
The 30th anniversary of CT Group was marked with the First-Class Labour Medal granted to the company and the State’s Second-Class Labour Medal granted to Tran Kim Chung, chairman of the Group.
The event was attended by Vo Thi Anh Xuan, Vietnam’s vice president and first vice president of the Central Emulation and Commendation Council, along with many leaders and former leaders, press representatives, and international organisations.
|The representative of CT Group's Executive Board received the First-class Labour Medal from Vice President Vo Thi Anh Xuan. The Second-class Labour Medal was awarded to Tran Kim Chung, chairman of CT Group |
This momentous event commemorates CT Group's three decades of establishment and development.
Historical footage of CT Group's formation and growth was fully recreated. The celebration also had many emotional moments as it recalled 30 years of great efforts from all employees, many of whom travelled halfway across the world to embrace the historic ceremony.
Together, they reviewed the old memories of the journey that the team was modestly contributing to communities and society for 30 years, which is a fundamental value of generations of people at CT Group, where the ordinary can have a great life. They had together read the letter written by the first-generation leaders of CT Group from 30 years ago.
CT Group has grown rapidly since its humble beginnings when it had just very few employees and small-scale capital sources.
From a modest business in 1992, CT Group has now grown into one of Vietnam’s most prominent multi-industry corporations. Since the early 2000s, the company has led the market, defining trends in a wide range of fields.
CT has been one of the leaders in exporting rice to Eastern Europe and manufacturing coir netting in the 90s. It also joined the retail market with the introduction of the Parkson Trade Centre in Vietnam and owned nearly 30 international brands in the 2000s.
In the field of high-tech, CT Group is also one of the first members of the global Ethereum Blockchain Association and is one of the first units working on drones to transport people, stem cell therapies to treat serious diseases, AI, crypto real estate investments, and many other areas.
CT Group was the first Vietnamese enterprise to build the Cell and Gene Technology Research Centre in Tel Aviv, encouraging collaboration and technology transfer as part of the 2052 development strategy.
It also established the global headquarters for Realcoin in Dubai to research solutions to convert Realcoin into other local currencies and promote the growth of the scientific and technological revolution. In the coming time, the group will continue to open representative offices and R&D centres in other countries.
|CT Group aims to have 25,000 employees by 2025 with desirable benefits following the group's 360-degree welfare policy |
Currently, CT Group has signed strategic partnerships with 10 reputable universities in Vietnam and 20 universities and research institutes around the world to recruit young human resources and develop their careers at the group.