Unilever Vietnam Pioneers in Making Sustainable Development Popular

6:09:52 PM | 16/12/2020

Unilever Vietnam is honoured in the Top 10 Vietnamese Sustainable Enterprises in 2020, evaluated by the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD) based on Corporate Sustainability Index (CSI).


Mr. Do Thai Vuong, Vice President of Sustainable Development and Communications Unilever Vietnam received the top 10 most sustainable enterprises in Vietnam for the fifth consecutive year

This is the fifth consecutive year that Unilever Vietnam has won this noble title, recognizing its pioneering role and outstanding contribution to the sustainable development of the Vietnamese enterprise community.

This year marks Unilever Vietnam’s 25th year of operation and development, a 25-year journey that Unilever accompanies and supports to improve living conditions, sanitary conditions and health for the Vietnamese people.

2020 is also the year that Unilever Vietnam completes its 10-year Sustainable Development Plan (2010-2020) with 3 main pillars.


Mr. Do Thai Vuong, rep. of UVN, concurrently Vice Chairman of Standing Committee of Business Council for Sustainable Development of Vietnam (VBCSD) and other units received the Prime Minister's Certificate of Merit for VBCSD

Do Thai Vuong - Vice President of Sustainable Development and Communications of Unilever Vietnam, Vice Chairman of Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development (VBCSD) shared: “As one of the pioneering enterprises in sustainable development, we want to share our experiences and inspire other enterprises to make sustainable development popular in Vietnam.”

Until now, Unilever Vietnam has achieved the goal of improving the health and living conditions of more than 22 million Vietnamese people; using 100% renewable energy, reducing 43% water, and no harmful waste in the factory system in Vietnam; actively training for more than 3.7 million women; providing a total capital of more than 350 billion VND to support women start their business through the microfinance program.

D.A (Vietnam Business Forum)