Masterise Homes among 10 excellent national brands

16-Oct-2021 Intellasia | Vnexpress | 5:02 AM Print This Post

Masterise Homes was named among Vietnam’s Top 10 Excellent brands 2021, organised by Vietnam Economic Magazine, in its first year of participation.

Among the representatives of real estate named on the list, Vingroup and Sun Group invest in a variety of large projects, while Masterise Homes is the only nominee specialised in property development.

“Vietnam’s Excellent Brands” is an annual event organised by Vietnam Economic Review, initiated in 2003. With theme “Overcoming Challenges”, this year, the programme honors brands with outstanding performance, resilience and growth despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

Gibran Bukhari, head of Sales, Masterise Homes, said: “This is a testament to the recognition from experts and the market for Masterise Homes’ efforts. We will keep accompanying Vietnam to upgrade the infrastructure and appearance of urban areas with impressive, modern designs, while preserving historical and cultural values, aiming for economic goals.”

He also pledged to constantly raise the standard of living of Vietnamese people, enhancing the position of Vietnamese real estate in the international arena.

In October, Masterise Homes and Marriott International officially announced their strategic partnership to introduce the Ritz-Carlton Residences to Hanoi, marking the debut of The Ritz-Carlton brand in Vietnam..

Responding to the pandemic, Masterise Homes has quickly innovated and applied digital technology in operations, optimising customer experience with safe online real estate transactions. These innovative solutions and flexible digital transformation helped not only save time and operating costs but also boost market confidence amidst the pandemic.

Masterise Homes and other members of Masterise Group have also launched a series of activities called “Together with Vietnam to Defeat the Pandemic”, which has supported nearly 20,000 vulnerable labourers and Covid-19 patients, and provided healthcare equipment for frontliners with a total value of VND32 billion ($1,4 million).


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