BRG Group’s Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Nga wins major prizes at Asian Golf Awards 2019
The Hanoitimes - These awards are a recognition for Madame Nga's efforts and contributions to the sustainable development of Vietnam’s golf industry.
Madame Nguyen Thi Nga, Chairwoman of BRG Group, has been honored across several categories at the prestigious Asian Golf Awards 2019, namely “Asia's most powerful people in golf” and “Asia Pacific spirit of Enterprise gold standard award”.
|Mr. Mark Reeves, Division Director of BRG Group, on behalf of Madame Nguyen Thi Nga receives awards at the Asia-Pacific Golf Summit 2019|
At the 13th Asia-Pacific Golf Summit (APGS 2019) held in Gurugram, India on November 6, Madame Nguyen Thi Nga, Chairwoman of BRG Group was again named one of Asia's most powerful people in golf, in recognition of her great contributions to the development of the sport in Vietnam, as well as reaffirming her vision and influence in the industry.
At the event, Madame Nga received the Asia Pacific spirit of Enterprise gold standard award. This is the award category for the best entrepreneur in the field of golf in the region.
According to Asian Golf Magazine, the organizer of APGS, the award was presented to Madame Nga to recognize her courage, perseverance and pioneering efforts on the journey to developing Vietnamese golf over recent years.
Speaking at the awards ceremony, Mark Reeves, Division Director of BRG Group said, “These awards are a recognition for Madame Nga's efforts and contributions to the sustainable development of Vietnam’s golf industry. BRG Group's golf courses are all designed by the world's leading golfing architects and are managed according to international standards, to bring players the premium experience.”
Along with practical contributions to the development of Vietnamese golf, BRG Group is making long-term orientations towards contribute to the development of Vietnam’s golf tourism, as well as making the country one of the top golfing destinations in Asia-Pacific.
The Asian Golf Awards, one of the longest-running and most established special recognition events for the golf industry, is organized by Asian Golf Magazine to honor outstanding achievements in the industry, as well as golf courses that maintain excellent conditions and high standards of service across Asia.
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