Club of Good Times: A unique Indo-Vietnam partnership

An Indian company, Jeeva Universal Organization that’s focused on renewable energy production has entered into a long term partnership with Vietnam’s Institute of Innovation and Strategy (ISAI) and Vietnam’s Institute for legal support, talent, and business development (RamBon). Jeeva has a unique approach to solving some of the most pertinent problems facing energy production today. Its “Club of Good Times” is a family of twelve clubs. It aims to take its goodwill, ideas and investments across communities in 21 countries.

We spoke to Ms Usha Iyer, the Executive Director of Jeeva Universal Organization and the General Director of ISAI Investment Trade Promotion (ISAI ITP), Ms. Nguyen Thi Tram in an exclusive interview over the email:

What’s the significance of this strategic business alliance between ISAI, RAMBON and Jeeva Universal Organization in the larger context of India-Vietnam relations?

Ms Iyer: This partnership not only enhances the economic ties between the two countries but also strengthens their overall relationship. India and Vietnam have had historical ties and have been working towards enhancing their bilateral cooperation in various fields, including trade, defense, and culture.

This collaboration will create opportunities for mutual growth and development, and it will contribute to the prosperity of both nations.

Ms Thi: This will not only benefit the two nations but also contribute to global efforts towards environmental sustainability. It signifies their shared goals and aspirations for economic prosperity, sustainable development, and a harmonious existence. The Jeeva Network and ISAI share the same desire to act as a bridge, connecting people to the universe.

What are the USPs of this strategic alliance?

Ms Iyer: The strategic alliance with Jeeva brings with it a number of unique selling points that set it apart from other partnerships. This strategic alliance brings a wealth of opportunities for trade and investment promotion, as well as a strong commitment to improving the quality of life for individuals in Vietnam

How did the idea of a club of good times come to the founders?

Ms Iyer: The idea of the “Club of Good Times” was born out of a deep sense of purpose and a desire to make a meaningful difference in the world. The founders, Nikhil Gowda Kedambadi and I, were driven by their shared passion for environmental conservation and sustainability. They recognized the urgent need to address the pressing environmental issues facing society and saw an opportunity to create a platform that not only organized engaging events and activities, but also promoted a deep appreciation for nature and ecological balance.

The founders’ collective efforts aimed at creating a greener and more sustainable planet for future generations. With a focus on organizing events and activities that promote environmental awareness and conservation, the club endeavors to drive meaningful change for the betterment of society and the planet.

Which 21 countries will the alliance work together with and how will this network help to foster goodness in the world?

Ms Iyer: The alliance of Jeeva and ISAI will work together with 21 countries in order to foster goodness in the world. These 21 countries include Brazil, India, Canada, Mauritius, Russia, Saint Lucia, Namibia, Japan, Australia, Caribbean, Barbados, Belize, Jamaica, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Tonga ( Indo-Pacific), Fiji, Kenya, Vietnam, Solomon Islands, and Thailand.

These nations have been chosen for their cultural and economic significance, as well as their potential to influence positive change on a global scale.

How has ISAI become part of this initiative?

Ms Thi: ISAI is part of the innovation strategy institute. ISAI innovates on innovative ways of doing things and forward thinking and strategies on good ways of doing things. We look forward to the business community.

ISAI is aiming for global Vietnam. We are looking forward to combining with investment funds. Út Trâm Bình, my partner at ISAI, believes that the most important part of our department is still the education of human intelligence so that everyone can learn and work professionally. The ISAI strategy institute is also aiming to help disabled children, to help disadvantaged children and to guide student children to have a career.

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