Furama Resort Danang has won the Golden Dragon Award for excellence in quality and service for the 8th consecutive year on April 8. The awards ceremony was jointly held by the Trade Promotion Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Vietnam Economic Times.
The Golden Dragon award is one of the largest held by VET, aimed at recognizing foreign-invested enterprises that have achieved outstanding business performance and made significant contributions to the development of Vietnam’s economy.
The award criteria focus on businesses’ efforts to maintain sustainable development, promote environmental protection and fulfill the corporate social responsibility.
In 2016, Furama Resort Danang reached the growth rate of over 30 per cent, an increase of 20 percentage points compared to its plan, contributing to the tourism revenues of Danang City. Furama Villas’ growth rate alone doubled, 50 per cent surpassing the plan.
Following 20 years of operation, Furama Resort Danang has always tried its utmost to maintain the leading status in Vietnam’s market of luxurious beach resorts, owing to the resort’s efforts to improve management and diversify services, especially culinary services in order to meet various demands of tourists.
“After putting the Ariyana Danang Exhibition & Convention Centre (ADECC) into operation to welcome APEC 2017, we will become a top quality business and leisure experience destination in Danang. Winning the Golden Dragon award has proved our efforts in offering the high-quality services, considerably contributing to tourism development of Central region and Vietnam,” said Matthias Wiesmann, general manager at Furama Resort Danang.
Along with interest generation, contributing to the national budget as well as supporting the economic growth, Furama Resort Danang is well known for its great contributions to society through a number of programs such as Tet traditional culinary events, support programs for children at Danang’s SOS village, a program of “Go Green @ Fabulous Furama”, aimed at encouraging guests to contribute more to a green living and better environment.