TGM joins with Adam Khoo Group
Viết vào ngày 29/03/2010. Chủ đề: Việt Nam.
Singapore-based Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group on Tuesday named TGM Joint Stock Company as its official partner in Vietnam. The cooperation will help TGM to translate more Adam Khoo Group-published books into Vietnamese as well as open more courses that focus on personal development, finance management and other key life skills.
Founded in 2008, TGM is a publishing and training enterprise. Already, the company has translated five book titles and sold thousands of copies in Vietnam. TGM also provides courses to develop human potential, communication and marketing and administration skills for people of differing ages.
Since it opened, TGM has published several books written by Adam Khoo including I Am Gifted, So Are You!, Master Your Mind – Design Your Destiny and Nurturing The Winner and Genius in Your Child. I Am Gifted, So Are You! became a bestseller in Vietnam with more than 60,000 printed and e-book copies sold.
Tran Dang Khoa, TGM’s chairman told the Daily at a signing ceremony held on Tuesday at the company’s headquarters in HCMC’s District 10 that: “Since last June, the I Am Gifted courses have attracted nearly 2,000 students ranging from 15 to 22-years-old on average in Hanoi and HCMC.”
Khoa added that the course helped young people to develop better living skills and to “be happy to be successful”. Each course lasts three days and costs VND5.1 million. TGM recently invested VND1.5 billion to open two new training rooms.
TGM introduced its newest Vietnamese translated book Secrets of Building Multi-Million Dollar Business, also published by Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group, at on Tuesday’s press conference.
Launched in 2002, Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group is present in Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Holland and now Vietnam. The group has trained more than 560,000 students and hundreds of organizations worldwide to realize their potential. The group’s yearly turnover is more than USD30 million.
>>> Source: Sai Gon Times