The Vietnam Gloryprogramme is an event by the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour and organised by Lao Dong Newspaper, held annually since 2004. After 16 occasions, Vietnam Glory honoured 245 units and individuals with exemplary achievements in the renovation and safeguarding of Vietnam.
The 17th Vietnam Glory Awards were broadcasted on national television on September 10 with the theme Fortitude of Vietnam. The jury selected seven outstanding companies and six individuals to honour this year.
Nguyen Dinh Khang, chairman of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour said at the ceremony, "These are units and individuals that have displayed fortitude and innovation in successfully applying digital transformation to overcome difficulties caused by COVID-19; achieved good outcomes in manufacturing and business operations, bringing added value to the country’s economy and society; and contributing to building a digital economy and society as stipulated by the Party at the National Party Congress XIII.
|SABECO was honoured at the Vietnam Glory Awards |
With a history of more than 147 years of establishment and development accompanying the changes in the country, SABECO has established its position as one of the leading corporations in Vietnam.
With a commitment to always accompany and contribute to the sustainable development and prosperity of the country and people, SABECO focuses on strongly developing high-quality domestic beer brands and raising the brand's position in the market, so that Vietnamese people can be truly proud of this brand.
During the pandemic, SABECO maintained jobs for more than 9,000 direct employees of the company, as well as contributed nearly $435 million to the state budget in 2021. Besides this, SABECO supported communities with more than $2.39 million nationwide through a series of initiatives such as Rise with Vietnam, Collecting Millions of Stars, Tet-One Home, and others.
The company has not only covered additional human resource expenses but also offered bonuses to employees.
|“Our core priority is to ensure stable jobs for the company's workforce, and we are always proactive to support people in need through practical actions. These initiatives and actions reflected SABECO's human-centred values, as well as our commitment to promote sustainable development for the country and the people of Vietnam,” said Bennett Neo, general director of SABECO. |
Bennett Neo, general director of SABECO, said that as a company with a long history in Vietnam, SABECO is always committed to bringing the best to the country.
"Along with our efforts to promote business activities and contribute to the socioeconomic development of Vietnam, we do not forget our responsibility in promoting and supporting the development of the community through sustainable development initiatives," Neo said.
“Our core priority is to ensure stable jobs for the company's workforce, and we are always proactive to support people in need through practical actions. These initiatives and actions reflected SABECO's human-centred values, as well as our commitment to promote sustainable development for the country and the people of Vietnam,” he added
In 2022, SABECO started its second phase of transformation, aiming to further step up in its journey to enhance its competitiveness and profitability.
Initially launched in 2020, SABECO 4.0 is the essential driver to change the business, utilising computerised innovations. This includes updating business processes and hierarchical designs, information systems and data streams, and administration structures, among others.
The ultimate objective SABECO wants to accomplish is to improve, normalise, and mechanise the approaches across the country to reinforce its market authority in the Vietnamese market.
Today, the company’s network includes 26 subsidiaries and 18 associates and joint ventures, with more than 145,000 product consumption channels. For the last three years, it has offered a brand portfolio consisting of some of the most beloved beer brands in Vietnam, such as Bia Saigon Special, Bia Saigon Export, Bia Saigon Lager, Bia Saigon Gold, Bia Lac Viet, Bia Saigon Chill, and Bia 333.