As part of our commitment to celebrating, developing and lifting up women around the world, Walmart and VTFA (USAID • VCCI • AmCham) are excited to announce the Walmart Women Owned Businesses Supplier Development Conference (WOBSDC). The event will include speakers and discussions with Walmart executives, Walmart Women Owned Business (WOB) Suppliers in Vietnam, and explanations of how to become a qualified supplier for Walmart’s global supply chains.
Là một phần trong cam kết phát triển và nâng cao vai trò của phụ nữ trên khắp thế giới, Walmart and VTFA (USAID • VCCI • AmCham ) hân hạnh đồng tổ chức Hội Thảo Phát Triển Các Doanh Nghiệp Cung Ứng do Phụ Nữ Sở Hữu (WOBSDC). Sự kiện này sẽ bao gồm các khách mời và thảo luận với các nhà lãnh đạo cấp cao từ Walmart cùng với các nữ doanh nhân sở hữu doanh nghiệp cung ứng cho Walmart (WOB).
If you want to attend the Conference and Lunch only, the event will end at 12:45. Please tick ‘Attend only. No pre-screening / Chỉ tham dự. Không yêu cầu giờ hẹn chọn lọc’ and provide all requested information in the Registration form.
Nếu doanh nghiệp không yêu cầu sắp xếp cuộc hẹn với đại diện Walmart vào buổi chiều mà chỉ muốn tham dự hội thảo và ăn trưa (chương trình kết thúc lúc 12g45), Vui lòng click chọn
‘Attend only. No pre-screening / Chỉ tham dự. Không yêu cầu giờ hẹn chọn lọc’ và điền đầy đủ thông tin yêu cầu vào form.
If you want to attend the Conference, Lunch, and request an appointment with Walmart representatives in the afternoon, please tick ‘Attend and appointment for Pre-screening / Tham dự và yêu cầu giờ hẹn chọn lọc’ and provide all requested information. We will contact you in two days after getting your registration to confirm the meeting time.
Nếu doanh nghiệp muốn tham dự hội thảo, ăn trưa, và yêu cầu sắp xếp cuộc hẹn với đại diện Walmart vào buổi chiều (chương trình từ 8g00 – 12g45, và 20 phút vào buổi chiều để gặp riêng với đại diện Walmart), Vui lòng click chọn ‘Attend and appointment for Pre-screening / Tham dự và yêu cầu giờ hẹn chọn lọc’ và điền đầy đủ thông tin yêu cầu vào form. Chúng tôi sẽ thông báo thời gian Walmart hẹn gặp trong vòng 2 ngày sau khi nhận được đăng ký.
Please click the Registration Online button below to register your participation.
Vui lòng nhấn nút Register Online dưới đây để đăng ký tham dự sự kiện.
Cost / Phí tham dự
1,000,000 vnd/person, includes meeting and lunch
Payment should be made after registration. We accept your payment in cash at AmCham office, or by credit card, or wire transfer. Our bank details will be sent to you in our confirmation email.
1,000,000 vnd/khách, bao gồm hội thảo và ăn trưa
Vui lòng thanh toán phí này sau khi đăng ký. Ông/bà có thể thanh toán bằng tiền mặt tại văn phòng AmCham, hoặc bằng thẻ tín dụng, hoặc chuyển khoản qua ngân hàng. Thông tin về tài khoản sẽ được gởi cho ông/bà trong thư xác nhận của chúng tôi.
|8:00 – 8:30||Welcome Guests|
|8:30 – 8:45||Welcome Remarks |
Ms. Ly Le, AmCham Vice Chair / Legal & PAC Director – Indochina, Coca-Cola Beverages VietnamMs.
Rena Bitter, Consul General, US Consulate General in HCMC
|8:45 – 9:00||Building awareness around the business case and success factors for sourcing from women-owned businesses in Vietnam|
Ms. Jocelyn Tran, Regional Sr. Director – SEA, Walmart Global Sourcing
|9:00 – 9:15||Vietnamese Women in Business & Global Supply Chain |
Ms. Pham Thi Thu Hang, General Secretary, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI)
|9:15 – 9:30||Challenges that women entrepreneurs face to grow and solutions for overcoming |
Ms. Kara Valikai, Sr. Manager – Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE), Walmart Corporate Affairs, USA
|9:30 – 10:00||Vietnam supplier challenges in meeting Walmart Compliance requirement|
Ms. Sridevi Kalavakolanu, Sr. Director, Responsible Sourcing, Walmart
|10:00 – 10:15||Coffee/Tea Break|
|10:15 – 11:45||Corporate Panel: How a WOB can be a successful supplier to a multi-national corporation such as Walmart. Profiling 2 successful Vietnamese women owned suppliers for Walmart|
Facilitator: Ms. Jocelyn Tran, Regional Sr. Director – SEA, Walmart Global Sourcing
|11:45 – 12:45||Lunch with Key Note Speaker Madam Ambassador Ton Nu Thi Ninh|
|13:00 – 17:00||Vetting out potential WOB suppliers.|
|8:00 – 8:30||Đón khách|
|8:30 – 8:45||Phát biểu chào mừng |
Bà Ly Lê, Phó Chủ tịch AmCham / Giám đốc Pháp Lý và Đối Ngoại khu vực Đông Dương, Công ty Nước Giải Khát Coca-Cola Việt NamBà Rena Bitter, Tổng Lãnh Sự, Tổng Lãnh Sự Quán Hoa Kỳ tại Tp. HCM
|8:45 – 9:00||Yếu tố hình thành sáng kiến trao quyền kinh doanh cho phụ nữ của Walmart|
Bà Jocelyn Tran, Giám Đốc Cấp Cao – Walmart Global Sourcing Đông Nam Á.
|9:00 – 9:15||Doanh nhân nữ Việt Nam và Chuỗi cung ứng toàn cầu|
Bà Phạm Thị Thu Hằng, Tổng Thư Ký, Phòng Thương Mại và Công Nghiệp Việt Nam (VCCI)
|9:15 – 9:30||Thách thức mà doanh nhân nữ phải đối mặt để tăng trưởng và giải pháp khắc phục|
Bà Kara Valikai, Trưởng Phòng Cấp Cao, Chương trình WEE, Walmart Corporate Affairs, USA
|9:30 – 10:00||Thách thức của nhà cung ứng Việt Nam trong việc tuân thủ các quy định của Walmart|
Bà Sridevi Kalavakolanu, Giám Đốc Cấp Cao, Nguồn Cung Ứng Có Trách Nhiệm Walmart
|10:00 – 10:15||Nghỉ giải lao|
|10:15 – 11:45||Phiên thảo luận: làm thế nào để doanh nghiệp do phụ nữ sở hữu có thể thành công trở thành nhà cung cấp cho một công ty đa quốc gia như Walmart. Chia sẻ của hai doanh nghiệp Việt Nam do phụ nữ sở hữu đang là nhà cung cấp của Walmart|
. Thành viên 1: Bà Nguyễn Hoài Anh, Giám Đốc, Công ty Thuận Phương
. Thành viên 2: Bà Trần Thị Vân Loan, CEO, Công ty CP XNK Thuỷ Sản Cửu Long An Giang
. Thành viên 3: Bà Phạm Thị Mỹ Lệ, Phó Chủ Tịch, Hội Nữ Doanh nhân Tp.HCM (HAWEE)
. Thành viên 4: Bà Kara Valikai, Trưởng Phòng Cấp Cao, Walmart Corporate Affairs, WEE.
. Thành viên 5: Ông Todd Kouns, Giám Đốc Cấp Cao, Giày Dép, Walmart Global Sourcing
. Thành viên 6: Ông James Bui, Lotus Impact
. Thành viên 7: Bà Ly Lê, Giám Đốc Pháp Lý và Đối Ngoại khu vực Đông Dương, Công ty Nước Giải Khát Coca-Cola VietnamĐiều tiết: Bà Jocelyn Trần, Giám Đốc Cấp Cao, Walmart Global Sourcing Đông Nam Á
|11:45 – 12:45||Ăn trưa và nghe diễn giả Đại Sứ Tôn Nữ Thị Ninh chia sẻ về “Phụ Nữ với vai trò lãnh đạo”|
|13:00 – 17:00||Thảo luận chuyên sâu theo từng ngành – tìm kiếm nhà cung ứng tiềm năng.|
Speakers & Panelists
Prior to joining Coca-Cola, she was responsible for all aspects of legal work, government affairs, regulatory affairs, general legal services and ethics and compliance matters of the Vietnam operations of a global cosmetics firm, and from 2010, in addition to her Vietnam responsibilities, Ly Le has been in charge of legal work in Thailand for the firm.
She has been actively involved in various non-government business associations, including the American Chamber of Commerce Direct Selling Committee, the Vietnam Association of Oils – Aromas – Cosmetics, the Vietnam Association of Trademark Protection, and the establishment of the local Vietnam Direct Selling Association.
She led the development of the AmCham Direct Selling Committee, which now includes the following companies as members: AmWay, Aloe Trading Co. (Forever Living Products), Oriflame, Tahitian Noni, Herbalife, International Consumer Products (ICP), Beaute Cosmetique, and Sophie Paris Vietnam, with the support of the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations, based in Washington, DC.
Education: Bachelor of Degree in Law , Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) in Corporate Law, Singapore Institute of Management
Jocelyn is the Regional Sr. Director for Walmart Global Sourcing, Southeast Asia Region; responsible for sourcing products in the region for Walmart US and international retail markets. She is also a member of the Women Leadership Council in Walmart Global Sourcing with the mission to
make Walmart Global Sourcing the best place to work for women at all levels. In that capacity she is in charge of building talent pipeline through leading Walmart Mentoring Circle Group for our female associates in India, Pakistan and Turkey.
Prior to Walmart, Jocelyn was Associate Vice President for Mast Industries, a wholly-owned subsidiary of L.Brands, whose brands include Victoria Secret’s, Bath & Body Works and Henri Bendel. Her 17 year career with the company included roles responsible for apparel sourcing, procurement and production from Mexico, Central America and Vietnam. In 2002 she opened and managed Mast Vietnam office for the next 11 years.
Jocelyn is currently on the Board of AmCham Vietnam, HCMC Chapter and Vina-Capital Foundation. She was the first AmCham Vietnam-HCMC’s Vietnamese-American Chairperson in 2010. Her contribution includes in 2007, leading effort to support Vietnamese government establishing an export monitoring system to prevent dumping and illegal transshipments and in 2007-08 initiating AmCham close cooperation with VCCI to support the Prime Minister’s Action Plan to establish harmonious labor relations for a stable investment environment while actively participated as part of
AmCham Advisors to review the Labour Code.
Jocelyn has an AA degree in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, USA. She is married to Toan Nguyen and they have a 16 year old son named Matthew.
Dr. Hang has gained Ph.D degree on Economics in 1990 at Moscow State University, Russia. She has been assigned as Secretary General of Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry in July, 2011. She also has been Director of SME Promotion Center of VCCI since 2001 until 2013, Vice- chairwomen of Vietnam Women Entrepreneurs Council since 2001 until 2008 and Director of Enterprise Development Foundation – an R& D unit of VCCI since 2004 untill now. Dr. Hang has managed numerous SME development, supporting industries, supplier chain and women entrepreneurship projects implemented by VCCI in collaboration with World Bank Group, ADB UNIDO, ILO, UNDP, WHO, DFID, USAID, GIZ, JICA… She is member of ASEAN SMEs advisory board and continousely has been Judging member of ASEAN Business Awards since 2007.
Dr. Hang is the Chief Editor of 8 series of “Vietnam Annual Business Reports’’ of the years 2006-2013 and leading a number of market research and publications on SMEs, innovation, poverty reduction. She has been co-author of some research papes published by World Bank, ILO, IDS (Brighton, UK).
Dr. Hang has got an Labor Medal of Third Class by President of Vietnam and three Award Certificates by Prime Minister of Vietnam
Ms. Kara Valikai, Senior Manager, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Walmart
Kara Valikai is the Senior Manager of International Sourcing for the Women’s Economic Empowerment Initiative at Walmart. In this role, she works toward the goal of doubling sourcing from women-owned businesses within Walmart’s 11 international markets. Previous to this role, she was the director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center’s Women’s Economic Empowerment and Health and Wellness Issue Networks.
Valikai earned an M.B.A. and M.P.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management and the Harvard Kennedy School. In these programs, she specialized in sustainability, corporate responsibility, and international affairs. Kara has worked on various international development and local economic development projects around the world. Before embarking on graduate studies, she worked as a consultant for TechnoServe in Romania, Colombia, Chile, and Nicaragua. Valikai spent two years working for a microfinance rating agency, Planet Rating, in Peru where she led and executed financial risk and social ratings for microfinance institutions across Latin America. In addition, Kara has a background in finance and accounting. Valikai earned her CPA and holds a B.A. in Business-Economics from U.C. Santa Barbara.
Ms. Ton Nu Thi Ninh
President, Ho Chi Minh City Peace and Development Foundation Deputy Chair, Vietnam Peace Committee
Director, Tri Viet Center for Social & Educational Studies
Former Ambassador of Viet Nam to the E.U and Belgium
Former Vice-chair, Foreign Affairs Committee, Viet Nam’s National Assembly
As an academic (1969-1979), a career diplomat (Ambassador of Viet Nam to the E.U and Belgium, 2000- 2003), an elected official (Vice-Chair, Foreign Affairs Committee, Viet Nam’s National Assembly, 2003- 2007) and today, an educational and sociocultural ambassador, Madam Ninh has constantly worked to build bridges of understanding and cooperation between Viet Nam and the world. Among other continuing domestic and international commitments, she is consistently engaged in post-war legacy issues, such as rapprochement with the Vietnamese diaspora and the impact of Agent Orange/Dioxin in Viet Nam, as well as gender advancement, youth outreach and nation branding. Through her frequent interaction with the public, especially youth, women and the media, she is known as one of the public figures with a meaningful voice in Viet Nam.
Madam Ninh is the recipient of the French Legion d’Honneur (Commandeur), the Belgian Order of Leopold II, and the Vietnamese Medal of Labor – First Class.
Mr. James Dien Bui, Founder & Partner, Lotus Impact
James has over 15 years experience in economic development and impact investing in North America and Southeast Asia. At Lotus Impact, James oversees social impact investments in micro-finance, workforce development, affordable housing and sustainable agriculture. He also leads the development of impact metrics and evaluative studies. Prior to joining Lotus Impact, James worked as principal consultant on affordable housing, workforce development and clean energy projects for a number of clients including the IFC, FMO and non-profit organizations worldwide. He helped raise and implement over USD50 million for social impact projects, particularly in post Hurricane Katrina reconstruction and clean water projects in Southeast Asia. James holds a Masters from the University of Michigan and was awarded graduate fellowships in community economic development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and UCLA. He is a US citizen residing in Ho Chi Minh City. He is also a member of the Asia LEDS Partnership Steering Committee.
Posted: Dec 18, 2015; Updated: Jan 27, 2016