Saturday, September 18, 2021
GE & Vietnam

GE & Vietnam

Atlantis Is Calling: GE Turbines To Power The World’s Largest Offshore...

Ever since Plato wrote about the lost island of Atlantis, scientists and enthusiasts of every ilk have been searching for it. One location that’s...

Will of the People, and Developing their Skills are essentials for...

Vietnam’s vision to become a manufacturing powerhouse is driven by government policy supporting industrial modernization (especially in support of new tecnologies and solutions) and...
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Save lives “in slices”: How Revolution ACTs redefine what’s possible in...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_V9Vx5VUrMA&t=6s One night last December, a 14-year-old schoolboy was brought to Northwestern Nghe An General Hospital in a serious condition after a traffic accident. In...

Memorandum of understanding between GE Healthcare and Vinmec: Towards high-quality health...

The two companies will work together to improve Vietnam’s healthcare standards in all areas, including human resources, medical equipment, science and technology application, and...
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The solution to “Balance the Equation” at GE Hai Phong

“Technology jobs are for men” – this outdated yet still prevalent prejudice has been creating an invisible occupational barrier for women in many countries....

GE Energy Ecosystem powers Vietnam

The recent "Powering Vietnam" conference marks the global debut of GE Energy Ecosystem - an interconnected system of digital and industrial technologies covering GE’s...

GE Helps Vietnam Power Up With $2 Billion In Agreements

As recently as the 1990s, it wasn’t unusual to walk into a home in Vietnam and find people living without electricity. Children did homework...

New ideas and technologies to support Vietnam’s sustainable energy future plans

Developing new power plants to meet strong demand for reliable, sustainable, affordable energy, and sourcing capital to fund these, are some of the most...

What Companies Should Ask: Do We Actually Value Diversity Or Are...

Project Include started with eight women in tech who wanted to move diversity forward by having hard conversations. Co-founder Ellen Pao describes the group’s suggestions...