The Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) is the official platform dedicated to people with a real passion for the hospitality industry, helping them connect with each other, share experiences and accompany each other in their careers. Therefore, AHA Vietnam has implemented a plan to organize an annual Connection Day, creating opportunities to exchange and connect members and experts to jointly develop Vietnam’s tourism industry more and more professionally and reach out to the world. world level.
Connecting Festival 2021: Spring Fever inspired by the Melbourne Cup – Melbourne Spring Festival, was successfully held on December 23, 2021, at one of the most luxurious hotels in Saigon – Sofitel Saigon Plaza with the presence of many experts and leaders in the industry. In particular, the event took place both online and offline with the aim of connecting all members from many states and regions between Vietnam and Australia.
What AHA is aiming for is not only values for the tourism – hotel industry but also tries to bring human values to society. Therefore, AHA Vietnam has cooperated with the charity Operation Smile Vietnam to help many children with disabilities have the opportunity to have surgery, bringing a better future for them. In the near future, on the fanpage of Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam, there will be an auction program with many luxury resorts in Vietnam. Look forward to being able to win valuable and meaningful gifts.
Operation Smile – a non-profit organization operating in the field of health and human health
About Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam
The Australian Hospitality Alumni Network in Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) was founded in 2014 by Camellia Dinh, an Australian hospitality alumnus from Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School with the purpose of building a platform for Australian hospitality graduates and connecting them to the right resources of information and support for their career opportunities and growth.
Judging at the present time that organizations and companies in the field of Hospitality are collaborating to revive Vietnam’s tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic, Australian Hospitality Alumni Network in Vietnam is now professionally run by an executive committee with board members and staff, industry experts and community leaders with a purpose of connecting our exclusive members to future Career Opportunities, Education Support, Scholarships, Migration Services, Investment Advisory and Social Projects.
Next time in February, March and April, AHA Vietnam will launch a project called “Taste of Australia” with 3 main themes: Melbourne Coffee Culture (HCMC), Australian BBQ (Da Nang) and Australian Food and Wine (Hanoi).