Why Diageo Vietnam Limited?
Diageo is a global leader in alcoholic beverage with an outstanding collection of brands. These brands include Johnnie Walker, Mortlach, Crown Royal, J&B, Buchanan’s and Windsor whiskies, Smirnoff, Cîroc and Ketel One Vodka, Captain Morgan, Baileys, Don Julio, Tanqueray, and Guinness.
Being a global company, our brands are sold in more than 180 countries around the world. The Company is listed on both the London Stock Exchange (DGE) and the New York Stock Exchange (DEO).
As one of the entities within Diageo PLC group (Diageo), Diageo Vietnam Limited (DVL) has been first incorporated in Vietnam since 2006. Diageo holds investment at Halico in the North with Habeco and at VSW in the South with Saigon Beer Company. The principal activities of DVL include import, export and trading of alcoholic drinks in Vietnam. Diageo’s brand portfolio in Vietnam consists of Johnnie Walker, Mortlach, Singleton, Smirnoff, Baileys and many others… The company is headquartered in Ninh Thuan, and it has branches in Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi city of Vietnam. We employ hundreds of people for our businesses in Vietnam.
The sense of values and purposes guides Diageo’s business operations and social activities on a global scale. We always commit to support the communities where we operate. In March, DVL donated 3 billion to Tuoi Tre’s Fund for Covid vaccines which helps ten of thousand Vietnamese people to get free vaccination. Last June, Diageo Vietnam partnered with Central Committee of Vietnam Fatherland Front to present Ministry of Health with 18,600 hand sanitize vcr bottles of 670 million VND worth, alongside its campaign “Clean Serve by Diageo” which provided sanitizing toolkits and guidelines for more than 315 bars and club across the country. Under the campaign’s framework, Diageo hosted a much-anticipated livestreaming session, where the brand ambassador shared advice and tips to more than 2,000 participants on how to maintain hygiene and secure experience as they serve customers.
For more information about Diageo, our people, our brands, and performance, visit us at www.diageo.com. Visit Diageo’s global responsible drinking resource, www.DRINKiQ.com, for information, initiatives, and ways to share best practice.
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