Qui Phuc receives Vietnam Value Award 2020

December 14, 2020 | 19:27
Qui Phuc Trading – Service – Production Co., Ltd. was granted the Vietnam Value Award despite the company facing strict competition from imported products and diverse customer demand.
qui phuc receives vietnam value award 2020
Qui Phuc received the Vietnam Value Award 2020

The demand for external and internal furniture market has increased on-year, attracting investment from Germany, Italy, South Korea, and Japan. The scale of the market is much larger than 35 years ago.

Qui Phuc always makes an effort to improve the value of its products and the comfort they provide for people. The company put prestige and quality at the top of its trading culture.

Tran Thai Nguyen, deputy director of Qui Phuc said its existing success comes from the process to build and develop human resources. Besides, it takes the lead in creating internal and external furniture helping to improve the comfort and quality of people’s lives.

In the context of COVID-19, Qui Phuc built a plan to adapt to the difficulties, focusing on two main missions, namely preventing the pandemic and protecting the health of its staff members while simultaneously maintaining business and manufacturing activities. Thus, the company wasted little time in recovering operations.

One example is that the company invested in two injection-moulding machines worth $2 million to increase the production capacity to meet customers’ increasing demand for consumption. Qui Phuc also made an effort to increase the products’ quality, promote the online trading channel while simultaneously build the omnichannel system.

Being recognised as a Vietnam Value Brand 2020 is the result of its efforts during the past 35 years. The company considers the award as a motivation and basis for it to promote brand and position on both international and domestic markets.

qui phuc receives vietnam value award 2020
Qui Phuc receives Vietnam Value Award 2020 ((source:sggp.org.vn))

2020, the first time the Vietnam Value Programme has been implemented according to Decision No.30/2019/QD-TTg dated October 8, 2019 on promulgating regulations on building, managing, and implementing the Vietnam National Brand Programme.

Mr. Vu Ba Phu, General Director of Trade Promotion Department, Ministry of Industry and Trade, said that after 17 years of implementing the program of voting national brands of seven brands, we have witnessed the continuous growth of many domestic enterprises.

By 2018, this had grown to 97, and this year we have registered 124 businesses and their brands.

However, the growth of the business community is not only in the number of enterprises participating, but also in exports, sales, contributions to the state budget, as well as their efforts in social responsibility. and job creation.

At the first selection in 2008, we saw only 30 selected companies with their products. By 2018, this had grown to 97, and this year we have registered 124 businesses and their brands.

However, the growth of the business community is not only in the number of enterprises participating, but also in exports, sales, contributions to the state budget, as well as their efforts in social responsibility. and job creation.

For example, the national brand recognized enterprise in 2018 achieved revenue of about 907 trillion VND (39.4 billion USD), export turnover reached 130 trillion VND (5.6 billion USD), contributing 85 trillion VND (3.7 billion USD) to the state budget and created 340,000 jobs.

Meanwhile, this year, those figures have increased to 975 trillion dong (42.4 billion USD) and 123 trillion dong (5.34 billion USD) by 2020, with the amount contributed to the bank. State books amounted to 179 trillion VND (8.5 billion USD) and 350,000 new jobs were created - all despite the pandemic.

Vu Ba Phu also said that, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has supported businesses in difficulty. After the first months of the health crisis, the domestic market was redefined.

Right from the beginning of the year, following the direction of the Government, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has worked with ministries, branches and localities to implement supply-demand activities across the country to remove difficulties for businesses in production. and distribution.

In addition, to support businesses with high quality brands, we have also been integrating selected brands into national promotions such as the Clean Food Program to vote Vietnamese products for local people.

The integration of such programs has helped grow the domestic market since the beginning of the year, despite the economic consequences of the pandemic. This shows that the communication, promotion and support efforts of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and its agencies so far have been effective.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade also published Circular No.33/2019/TT-BCT regulating the criteria system which, among others, states that the intellectual property of companies participating in the programme must be protected and that all registering enterprises must be the owner thereof.

Dr. Le Ngoc Lam, former deputy director general of the National Office of Intellectual Property under the Ministry of Science and Technology, said, this year, most of the registered enterprises had been aware of the importance of intellectual property rights (IPRs).

The programme requires businesses and their products to meet certain criteria concerning quality, innovation, and creativity. However, the appraisal process of participating enterprises shows that many of them have confused the programme with pure awards for their brands.

As companies register for the programme, they must make certain investments to achieve the requirements, which are meant to prove consistency with their development.

Saying so does not mean that enterprises can rely on their brands and that the quality of their products is guaranteed forever, which is the reason why the programme is run every two years, with some of its processes and criteria changing and adapting to recent developments.

Lam said, enterprises need to be aware of this, as branding and maintaining one’s brand names is a challenge.

By Van Oanh

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