With the brand value estimated as 8.8 billion USD, Viettel Group continues to maintain its position as the most valuable brand in Vietnam for 7 consecutive years. The brand valuation was announced by Brand Finance, the world's leading independent brand valuation consultancy.
Viettel’s investments in many overseas markets saw impressive results in the first half of the year despite of political unstability, natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic. Viettel's nine foreign markets still enjoyed growth against the same period last year. Six out of its nine foreign markets had double-digit growth rates.
Surpassing hundreds of companies, Viettel Group was honored as Best Company to work for in Asia 2022, for the second consecutive year, according to HR Asia Magazine. Organized by the prestigious HR Asia magazine, "HR Asia Best companies to Work for in Asia" is an annual award honoring firms with outstanding HR policies, attractive programs, cohesive and inclusive working environments.
In 2022, Viettel Group has won 17 awards at the IBA Stevie Awards (IBA), accounting for more than half of the awards achieved by Vietnamese businesses. Most of Viettel's awards are digital transformation products and services such as SMAS, K12Online, Covid-19 vaccination platform, MyID, Natcash, Citizen App, V20...
Breeding cows to help the poor in border areas - also known simply as the Cow program - is a social program where Viettel will deduct 1 million VND in revenue when each customer uses Viettel's postpaid products to buy cows for the people to end border poverty.
Every year, each commune covered by the policy will be supported with 10 scholarships (05 scholarships for primary school students; 05 scholarships for high school students), either in cash or in-kind as tools and supplies for children in the learning process with a value of 1 million VND/person.
The program supports poor districts (full name: The program to support poverty reduction and sustainability is a program of economic development - society of the government to create rapid changes in material life and morale for poor households and ethnic minorities so that by 2020 they can be on par with other districts in the region.