GreenHub, APD students and lecturers of the Faculty of Business Administration had a meaningful experience at Bat Trang Ceramic Village. Every moment of the trip is associated with the journey of learning and discovering new things.
By the enthusiastic sharing of Ms. Ha Thi Vinh – Founder of the Centre of Vietnamese Quintessential Handicraft and the perspective of GreenHub Advisory Board and APD’s representative teachers, the workshop “Craft villages innovation towards sustainable business – A case study of Bat Trang Ceramic Village” has contributed to helping students better understand craft village products, early access to innovative business models, thereby enhancing students’ professional skills, familiarizing themselves with business models that create social impacts.
On behalf of GreenHub, Mr. Boris Fabres – Advisor of the Nature Conservation Project shared, the development of a sustainable economy is always linked to environmental protection, which entails conducting business without having an adverse impact on the surrounding community.
GreenHub believes that the journey of experience from environmental-friendly products and the valuable lessons of the previous generation helped more than 80 participating students gain more knowledge on the parallel role of innovation and responsibility for environmental protection, thereby supporting APD students to discover and implement ideas about the upcoming Material Recovery Facility (MRF) waste recycling model at the school.