BIM Group–Syrena Viet Nam receive Strong Vietnamese Brand award


BIM Group and its property development brand Syrena Viet Nam recently received the Viet Nam Strong Brand Name 2016 award for its contribution to the economic development of the country.

This was the third time BIM Group–Syrena Viet Nam won the award.

“The award is a motivation for us to promote our development, affirm our brand's image as a prestigious property developer providing quality construction, and win the trust of investors and partners,” a representative from BIM Group said.

Consistent with the principles of sustainable development, quality and brand value in its investments in property, traffic infrastructure developments and services, BIM Group–Syrena Viet Nam always strives to bring the best quality products and services to its customers, he added.

The brand BIM Group–Syrena Viet Nam includes several high-profile projects, such as serviced apartments Fraser Suites, Syrena Shopping Centre, and Aeon Mall Ha Dong, which will be one of the largest shopping centres in Viet Nam.

BIM Group also owns Halong Marina Urban Area in Quang Ninh Province. The urban area has developed infrastructure and facilities, including component projects such as luxury apartment Green Bay Towers, resort townhouse Lotus Residences, Coral Townhouse, Halong Marine Plaza, Little Vietnam Homestay, Pearl Villas and condo-hotel Citadiens Marina Halong.

On Phu Quoc Island, BIM Group is developing Phu Quoc Marina Complex with InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort and Residences, Regent Hotels and Resorts, Park Hyatt Hotels, Boutique Hotels, and Phu Quoc Waterfront and Sailing Club.

BIM Group has also expanded its presence in Laos with a five-star hotel, the Crowne Plaza, and the Royal Square office building.

In 2017, BIM Group will expand cooperation with leading names throughout the world, such as InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, Regent Group, Aeon and the Ascott Limited, while developing its projects.

Strong Vietnamese Brand is an annual award by the Viet Nam Economic Times and the Viet Nam Trade Promotion Agency, issued since 2001 to recognise contributions to the Vietnamese economy.