Celebrating 50 Years of Vietnam-Australia Relations: A Spotlight on the ’50 Stories’ Initiative
This week, we’ve witnessed an extraordinary celebration marking the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Australia relations, highlighting a journey of mutual respect, collaboration, and shared growth. At the forefront of this celebration was the ’50 Stories’ project, a testament to the enduring bond between our two nations.
The project featured an array of Vietnamese alumni and Australian expats who have played pivotal roles in strengthening this bilateral relationship. Among these inspiring individuals was our CEO – Ms. Van Dang and a proud alumna of the University of Sydney. Her contribution to this event was not just ceremonial but deeply impactful.
Ms. Van’s story, featured in the ’50 Stories’ initiative, resonates with the spirit of innovation and inclusivity. As an advocate for women in the Information Technology sector, she emphasized the unique advantages women bring to the industry. “I find IT interesting and think that women in this sector have an advantage; they have sensitivity and empathy, so their products often have more social meaning or cater to less addressed needs.” she stated.
Looking ahead, the demand for IT labor in Australia is soaring, with projections estimating the need for over 1 million workers by 2024. This surge presents a significant opportunity for collaboration between Australian companies and Vietnamese IT professionals. With entities like Savvycom offering top-notch international services at competitive rates, Vietnam is emerging as an ideal outsourcing partner for Australian businesses.
This 50th anniversary is more than a milestone; it’s a beacon of future collaborations and shared successes. Read more about Ms. Van Dang’s inspiring journey in ‘50 stories‘