AmCham members are invited to participate in the 3rd annual Indo-Pacific Business Forum (IPBF) on October 28-29 in Hanoi as the US seeks to advance geopolitical and economic interests in the region.
The IPBF was initiated in 2018 and is considered the economic pillar in the Trump administration’s Indo-Pacific strategy.
At this month’s forum, government and business leaders from the United States, Vietnam, and across the Indo-Pacific will discuss energy and infrastructure, the digital economy, market connectivity, health and economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, and US-Indo-Pacific partnerships and commercial opportunities. Click HERE to view the draft agenda. The Secretaries of State, Commerce, and Energy are expected to participate virtually along with Vietnam’s Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade.
The forum will be hosted virtually on the mornings of October 28 and 29. Participation is free-of-charge for virtual participation. Click HERE to register directly with the event organizers.
In addition, there is an in-person event on October 28 at the Hanoi Daewoo Hotel organized by VCCI in cooperation with the US Embassy and AmCham. This program takes place the morning of October 28 and finishes with a networking lunch. Participation costs VND 700,000. Click HERE to register for the in-person program.