The Vietnam Digital Communications Association (VDCA) on March 30 launched the Vietnam Digital Awards 2021, with a view to honoring outstanding digital achievements and “make-in-Vietnam” technology products.
The outstanding digital achievements have made an important contribution to promoting Vietnam’s digital transformation, said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Huy Dung.
He added that digital transformation has changed the way of living, working and business models; improved customer experience; and provided new services.
At the launching ceremony. Photo: Kinhtedothi.vn
“The Ministry of Information and Communications has begun dealing with challenges facing Vietnam using digital technology,” Dung said.
He called on ministries, agencies, localities, associations, businesses and the entire society to join efforts in speeding up digital transformation in the country.
Over the past three years, the awards have commended 200 outstanding digital initiatives and organizations, according to the deputy minister.
Speaking at the launching ceremony, Dr. Nguyen Minh Hong, VDCA Chairman highlighted the program’s contributions to the drafting of relevant documents.
The award would continue to promote digital products, services and solutions, notably “make-in-Vietnam” products, in both domestic and foreign markets, Hong said, adding that the award has also encouraged agencies and businesses to step up investment and application of digital technology.
Deadline for entries submission would be by the end of July, via the link www.vda.com.vn. The award ceremony is scheduled to take place in October and broadcast live by Vietnam Television, on multiple channels or other media platforms.
Winners of Vietnam Digital Awards 2021 will also have the opportunity to introduce and promote their services, products as well as finding partners and investors through a series of events and digital transformation seminars.