This is quite surprising information because Ms. Van took on the role of “female general” at Grab Vietnam recently.
According to information in Techinasia, Nguyen Thai Hai Van – Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Grab Vietnam will step down next month. This is quite surprising information because Ms. Van took on the role of “female general” at Grab Vietnam recently. In fact, the above information comes right after Grab has just announced a price increase for a series of services in Vietnam due to the impact of rising gas prices.
Nguyen Thai Hai Van – CEO of Grab Vietnam will step down in April 2022.
Speaking to PV, Grab Vietnam’s media representative said that Ms. Hai Van has led Grab Vietnam to overcome the uncertain and challenging time of the Covid-19 pandemic, leading Grab’s business in Vietnam. positive contribution to society through the “Grab for the Community” program.
We can confirm that Ms. Nguyen Thai Hai Van will be leaving Grab Vietnam to pursue new career opportunities. We greatly appreciate Ms. Hai Van’s contributions over the years. We wish Ms. Hai Van all the best. succeed. to be as successful and inspiring as at Grab”, a Grab representative shared.
According to a Grab Vietnam representative, during her time at Grab Vietnam, Ms. Hai Van received support from a strong leadership team. Currently, there is no official information on who will replace the CEO of Grab Vietnam after Ms. Van officially left the position.
Nguyen Thai Hai Van served as CEO of Grab Vietnam from February 1, 2020. At that time, Ms. Nguyen Thai Hai Van focuses on planning development strategies for all of Grab’s business activities in Vietnam.
Previously, Ms. Hai Van joined Grab Vietnam on November 1, 2019, after 17 years of working at Unilever Vietnam. Hai Van is also the co-chair of the Vietnam Mobile Marketing Association (Vietnam Mobile Marketing Association).