As part of the CEO Training Course, from November 27 to December 1, 2022, AIT Vietnam’s students had a study visit in Buon Me Thuot City, Daklak Province under the auspices of the Surporting Center for Enterprises – Department of Planning and Investment in Hanoi.
The visit aimed to help CEO students experienced practically products, services, as well as observed and learned about management and operating from big corporations. The students visited the Factory and Showroom displaying coffee products of An Thai Group, the World Coffee Museum, Trung Nguyen Coffee Village, Simexco Coffee Factory and explored some famous places such as Buon Don Tourist Center, Dray Nur Waterfall, Lak Lake, Elephant Rock Mountain to learn experience in the field of tourism management and development.
At the factory and showroom displaying coffee products of An Thai Group, the students were instructed and explained by the specialists in detail about how to distinguish some types of coffee. In addition, the BOD of An Thai Group shared with the students about the process of formation and development, and the experience of transforming business models and applying innovation in the manufacturing.
Moving to the World Coffee Museum, the students spent time visiting and listening to the stories of coffee in different countries, as well as enjoying Turkey sand coffee.
The students of the CEO training course also immersed themselves in the majestic natural scenery of Dray Nur Waterfall, Lak Lake, Elephant Rock Mountain, as well as experience traditional culture and cuisine at Buon Don Tourist Center. This is also an opportunity to help students better understand Buon Ma Thuot, as well as learn more experience about managing and operating in tourism.
AIT Vietnam also organized a Gala Dinner to facilitate bonding, develop long-term relationships and sustainable cooperation, as well as create more memorable memories among students.
A CEO students sincerely shared after finishing the trip, “Thanks for the thoughtfulness of AIT Vietnam and Hanoi Suporting Center for Enterprises, and thank you all students for the enthusiasm that made the visit full of fun and experience”.
Some photos of the study visit: