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Date(s) - Jun 6, 2019
6:30 pm - 9:15 pm

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InterContinental Saigon

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AmCham Vietnam members and their guests are invited to take part in a formal dinner for our Ambassador Daniel J. Kritenbrink on his visit to Ho Chi Minh City at the InterContinental Saigon at 6:30 pm on Thursday, June 6, 2019.

Ambassador Kritenbrink will share with us insight on the economic climate and political relations between Vietnam and the United States, including priorities for business, trade and economics and how he sees the relationship developing in the coming years.

In addition to this unique networking and insight opportunity, we offer a special four-course Western set menu with a free flow drinks (including wine, Budweiser beer, Coca-Cola, Suntory Pepsico), as well as music during dinner by a popular pianist with many popular songs.  We will also offer a special commemorative gift for all guests of this event.

There are limited spaces available so we recommend you reserve your seat soon.  To ensure your company’s spot, as well as elevate your company profile prior to and at this unique event, sponsorships are available for this special evening. Various sponsor levels are available to meet your/your company needs. While all sponsors will receive name brand exposure prior to and at the event, GOLD and SILVER level sponsors will receive complimentary tickets, VIP seating and additional recognition during the reception remarks.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors:

Gold:

AmCham Vietnam | American Chamber of Commerce

Silver:

Bronze:

AGENDA

6:30pmRegistration and Refreshments
7:05pmWelcome & Introduction by AmCham Chairwoman
 Review of the Bilateral Relationship by Ambassador Kritenbrink
7:25pmDinner is served
Solo Piano Performance
9:15pmEvent ends

TICKET COST

vnd 1,700,000/member

vnd 2,000,000/non-member

Note: Price includes a 4-course dinner menu and a free flow of wine, beer and soft drinks.
Advance ticket is required.
Registration closes on Jun 5 or when we get max registrations.

Cancellations must be received by 48 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept cancellations by telephone.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Gold Sponsor – vnd 40,000,000

  • 2 complimentary tickets to VIP cocktail reception with Ambassador prior to the dinner
  • 10 complimentary tickets to the dinner, including a seat at VIP table 
  • Company Logo on backdrop and on website for the event as a Gold Sponsor
  • Recognition during the Reception Remarks
  • 3 months Networking Online (125px x 125px) on AmCham website

Silver Sponsor – vnd 25,000,000

  • 2 complimentary tickets to VIP cocktail reception with Ambassador prior to the dinner
  • 4 complimentary tickets to the dinner, including a seat at VIP table
  • Company Logo on backdrop and on website for the event as a Silver Sponsor
  • Recognition during the Reception Remarks
  • 2 months Networking Online (125px x 125px) on AmCham website

Bronze Sponsor – vnd 10,000,000

  • 2 complimentary tickets to the dinner 
  • Company Logo on backdrop and on website for the event as a Bronze Sponsor
  • 1 month Networking Online (125px x 125px) on AmCham website

AMBASSADOR DANIEL J. KRITENBRINK

Daniel J. Kritenbrink is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, Class of Minister-Counselor, who has served as an American diplomat since 1994.  He was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be the next U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam on October 26, 2017, and presented his credentials to Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang on November 6, 2017.

Mr. Kritenbrink has completed multiple assignments related to Asia.  Most recently, he was the Senior Advisor for North Korea Policy at the Department of State.  Prior to that, he was Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council (2015-2017), where he worked extensively on Vietnam and oversaw the negotiation of two Joint Statements regarding our Comprehensive Partnership with Vietnam.  At the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, Mr. Kritenbrink served as Deputy Chief of Mission (2013-2015), Minister Counselor for Political Affairs (2011-2013), and as Political Officer (2006-2009).  He also served in Tokyo (1994-1995 and 2000-2004), Sapporo (1995-1997), and Kuwait City (1997-1999).  In Washington, his other assignments have included Director of the Office of Chinese and Mongolian Affairs at the Department of State (2009-2011), and Staff Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs (1999-2000).

Mr. Kritenbrink earned an M.A. from the University of Virginia and a B.A from the University of Nebraska-Kearney.  He speaks Chinese and Japanese.  He and his wife Nami have two children.