PRESENTATIONS OF HIGH QUALITY STUDENTS IN FIATA CLASS WITH COMPANY REPRESENTATIVES
Within the framework of the training program of FIATA Diploma in International Freight Management organized between Ton Duc Thang University and the Institute for Logistics Research and Development (Logistics Institute for short), the students had presentations to finish the first stage of the FIATA class. This is an opportunity for students to present based on hypothetical situations in international business in import and export companies. The presentations took place on Saturday, May 27, 2017 in Room E605.
At the presentations, there are many representatives from the department and the Logistics Institute:
Representatives of the International Business Department:
Dr. Pham Thi Ngan, Head of the Department
Nguyen Thi Phuong Dung, Lecturer
Representatives from Logistics Institute:
- Mr. Tran Chi Dung, Vice President
- Mr. To Diep, Deputy Director of PNL Logistics Company cum Lecturer of FIATA, Logistics Institute, with more than 20 years of experience in Marine Shipping.
The presentations are full of professionalism, and excitement. Mr. Tran Chi Dung and Mr. To Diep as judges encouraged students to confidently present and show their competence as future international businesspersons. It is not an intense presentation anymore, but a playground where students can prove their credentials, knowledge, and skills by offering logical arguments to persuade the judges acting in the role of business representatives to use their company logistics services. They had to present many challenging topics, but they were so excited and confident in their presentations.
Mr. Tran Chi Dung delivered a short introduction about marking criteria and motivated students to stay confident, keep calm and win the prize.
The first team presented the topic “Importing cars from Southampton, UK”.
The presentation time for each group is 20 minutes. They successfully completed the presentation and clearly conveyed the practical information about competitive prices, professional staff as well as highlights of company services. In addition, they confidently answered the questions and provided practical solutions to help companies improve services, analyze advantages and disadvantages of companies by using SWOT to gain new customers and retain current ones.
The first group was enthusiastic about presenting the company’s forwarding services to the judges acting as the company representatives.
After the presentation, Mr. To Diep had some comments and questions to counter some points in their presentation. They discussed together and answered questions confidently.
Mr. To Diep granted the first prize to the Best Presentation to Group 1 with the topic “Exporting rice to Tincan/Lagos Port in Nigeria”.